Tommy Guo

Tommy Guo

Property Valuation Management, Class of 2016, Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT)
“I was blessed with the decency and the hospitality of Irish people during my 7 years of stay in Ireland. By being a member of the LIT basketball club as well as outdoor sports club I’ve built some strong friendships with many.With relatively small class size as well as work placement I was able to build personal connections with lecturers and practitioners. I gratefully obtained a graduate position in a European bank with their recommendations and looking back my experience in Ireland was nothing but delightful.”—Tommy Guo, PropertyValuation Management, Class of 2016, Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) Ireland.
Tiffany Cheung

Tiffany Cheung

BSc (Hons) Biological and Chemical Science, UCC – 2017 Year 1

I have been studying in UCC for 3 months already which is a new life for me. Not like Dublin Cork is a city of culture, I can slow down myself to enjoy the study life. I love this learning environment which is really different from Hong Kong. In my course, nobody is Asian, except me! In here, I meet many new friends who come from different countries. They are so friendly and nice, so don’t be shy and say Hi to the one who sit next to you! I joined the Dublin day trip with Korean Society, therefore, I have met quite lots of friend who study at UCC, TCD, UCD and DIT. We had a good time, what a memorable experience!

 

Bella Li

Bella Li

BA in Culinary Art, DKIT

I have an amazing time in the past few months of my first year studying at DKIT.  All of the lecturers are equipped with very high qualifications and they conduct classes with professional attitudes. In the lectures, they are helpful, friendly and funny. They talk to me like friends without inequity. 

Normally I have classes in the kitchen 4 days a week, so I have a lot of opportunities to practice kitchen skills instead of only watching and listening. 

Furthermore, there are many sports and societies open to students. For example archery and fencing. Sometimes there are tours visiting different places and the costs are really low.

About our learning assessment, lecturers always tell us not to stress too much on exams but to do better assignments. It’s great, I don’t need to worry too much on exams and enjoy classes.  My lecturer Michael also assisted me to get a part-time job, he is very kind and takes good care about me that I feel so warm here.

Kenny Chan

Kenny Chan

BA in Culinary Arts, IT Tralee (Completed L6 at IIHCS, transfer to year 2 at IT Tralee)

Studying in Ireland is not a common choice for Hong Kong students, but studying in Ireland could be a good alternative that you may consider.

I am a year 2 student studying Bachelor of Arts in Culinary Arts in Institute Technology of Tralee.  In this programme, I am involved in different kind of research and training in the Kitchen.  Skills learned in year one such as reaction of different combination of ingredients, food biology and nutrition analysis, they are foundation knowledge for my current and future learning.

Studying Culinary Arts here is so much different from what people at home normally think, such as the operation of the kitchen, very often we need to work on our own and learn to handle different problems.  I am also benefited from small class learning that allows me to receive more focused professional support and teaching by experienced lecturers in the industry which has facilitated my learning very much.  I am happy that I chose studying in Ireland.

Moses Chan

Moses Chan

BA (Hons) Social Science, UCD – 2017 Year 1

My study life in UCD is awesome. As UCD has a massive campus with all kinds of facilities such as libraries, gym room, sports courts etc. It indeed provides a comfortable environment for me to study, learn and enjoy the college life. I have met some friends in my course and in a society. I really make my college life more colourful so that it is not just about study. The lecturers in UCD are very professional too. They teach very well and always feel free to answer our questions. In many aspects, UCD really gives me a nice college experience for studying aboard.