Trinity College Dublin strengthens ties with Indian students
To open first office in India’s national capital, New Delhi
New Delhi: Setting a benchmark in the education sector and welcoming students from all over the world to study in Ireland, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin is looking to further strengthen its outreach in India by launching its first office in the national capital on February 21st at the Taj Palace, New Delhi and announcing scholarships & partnerships for Indian students. The office will be officially opened by Mr. Brendan Ward, Ambassador of Ireland to India.
Expressing his excitement, Mr. Ronan Hodson, Regional Manager for India at Trinity College Dublin said, “Trinity has focused heavily on India in our efforts to internationalise our student body, with great success. We are now one of the most international universities in the world, with a thriving community on India students. This dedicated office will benefit thousands of students aspiring to join that community, as well as acting as a hub for our growing numbers of Indian alumni. We are also looking forward to announcing a range of new scholarships for future students.”
Followed by a great response from Indian students, Trinity College Dublin will be visiting multiple cities alongside the Education in Ireland fairs. The visit will be dedicated to help and guide aspiring students who want to study at Trinity College Dublin for bachelors and master's degrees and professional qualifications. Elaborating regarding the same, Mr. Hodson further added, “Professors and representatives from Trinity will be visiting 5 cities in India to engage with interested students. The aim is to ensure that aspiring students are provided guidance that best suit their academic background and promote inclusive nature of studies that we provide at Trinity.”