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Studying within the Australian education system can be quite different to school in Vietnam, but as Cedric Nyugen found out, the challenge can be worth it.
Chemistry teacher Dr Kerry Higgins shares the best places in Victoria that she thinks international students should visit, and what she loves most about teaching at Trinity.
Vanij says living in Melbourne is very different to his home city of Delhi, India, but he loves it. Read on to find out why.
The annual Trinity College Fair Dinkum festival lets students sign up to clubs that suit nearly every interest.
Dr Wendy Cai shares why she loves stories and reading, and her experience of moving to Australia when she was 14.
In 2023, we're pleased to welcome Sandy Clark and Kirsten Gray to the Trinity College Board.
We're pleased to welcome Cara Greenham Hancock as the student body president for our Theological School in 2023.
Harry Dao is an economics lecturer and has been teaching at Trinity since 2017. Here he shares some of his favourite things.
Linh Ngan Vu has found that studying foundation studies at Trinity College in Melbourne suits her learning style and lifestyle. Here’s what she says about the experience.
Brisa Quek and Yu Kai Chong met through Trinity College's Young Leaders Program, and loved the campus so much they returned to use it as a backdrop for their wedding photos. Here they share some of their beautiful photos and the story of how their relationship evolved.
Ahead of Valentine’s Day, we share the story of Charles and Susan La Nauze, who married in the Trinity College Chapel in 1972 after just three months of dating (after a blind date, no less). When you know, you know, right?
In February 2023, Trinity College Theological School Dean, the Revd Canon Dr Bob Derrenbacker, will be teaching a one-day seminar and five-day intensive about the Gospel of Matthew.
Melbourne is one of Australia’s most vibrant cities and has long been a sought-after study destination for domestic and international students alike. Here are 8 reasons why you should consider studying and living in Melbourne.
Congratulations to the members of the extended Trinity College community for their recognition in the Australia Day Honours list for 2023.
Ophelia shares the most pivotal moment in her life and her favourite things about Melbourne.
We are pleased to announce Gillon McLachlan (TC 1994) as our 2022 Bill Cowan Alum of the Year. Gill has been recognised for his work expanding the AFLW and for ensuring AFL games continued during the pandemic.
As many of our third year students say goodbye to life on campus, Blanca Brew Ferrer reflects on the time they spent together (including in lockdown), the types of people she met, and the type of person she's grown into at Trinity.
First-year international student Stella Mackenzie talks about her experience of living at Trinity so far, including balancing study and hobbies, and settling in with the aid of Trinity’s international student committee.
Trinity student Cooper Craig-Peters plays for the Western Bulldogs in the VFL and is proud to see his teammates wearing an Indigenous guernsey, which he designed in 2018. One of Cooper’s guernsey’s now hangs as part of the Trinity College art collection, so we caught up with Cooper to chat about his upbringing and culture, and what his design means.
According to Jem Herbert, his love of classical music has always brought out the best in him. It’s what drove him to join the Australian Boys’ Choir after a childhood spent in the Victorian High Country. It’s what drove him to leave home at age 13 to study music. It’s what delivered him to the gates of Trinity College, where he became a member of the Choir of Trinity College, music director of the Trinity Tiger Tones, and writer of one of our musicals.
From rural NSW to the US Department of State: Rebecca Martin talks about the scholarship that changed her life.
With the closing tenure of the 2021–22 TCAC, we meet the people who will become the primary facilitators of residential life for the rest of 2022 and into 2023.
Will Smith's high school teachers helped him find the ideal uni course to match his interests, while a college scholarship gave him the space to thrive while studying.
It took Alvin Pun (TCFS 1993) a long time to work out what he wanted to do with his life, and even longer to decide which stream of medicine he wanted to follow, having assumed that once he graduated from med school he would just be a ‘doctor’. But eventually he worked it out, as most students do, and is now a leading spine surgeon. Here he gives insight into his career choice, why seeing a surgeon costs so much, and why the life of a surgeon isn’t as glamorous as you may think.
Oscar Hegge can’t quite say how he chose Melbourne as the city that would form the backdrop of the post-school chapter of his life, but his move to Victoria and to Trinity College turned out to be the right decision.
Joanne shares her favourite book, Bible verse, and the activity that makes her lose track of time.
One of the greatest strengths of the Trinity community is its commitment to creating an environment that allows students to excel in their chosen area of study. For Dan Adamson, it meant gaining work experience with alumni and fast tracking his degree.