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Exciting STEM camp for International students and native English speakers. Join a unique 20 summer program that allows you to enhance their STEM knowledge and skills. Trinity College Dublin is based in the heart of Dublin city where Facebook, Google and Amazon have made their homes. Expand your scientific vocabulary, as well as enhancing problem-solving and critical thinking skills. Work in teams alongside STEM experts and engage in activities such as designing mathematical functions; building micro controlled projects; and having fun with Newton’s laws of motion.

  • STEM and English classes in International groups or and Irish Cultural Studies for native English speakers
  • Social and cultural program with a wide range of activities and excursions
  • Residential accommodation with full board
  • Diploma certifying the student’s attendance and competency
  • Irish Host family visit option

STEM at Trinity College Dublin

Exciting STEM camp for International students and native English speakers.

AFS/EIL Ireland in collaboration with Emerald Cultural Institute, is delighted to offer a unique 14 day summer programme that allows students to enhance their STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) knowledge and skills. Trinity College Dublin is based in the heart of Dublin city where Facebook, Google and Amazon have made their homes….. STEM Camp Students aged between 13-14 and 15-17 will join a STEM camp at Trinity Walton Club, in Trinity College Dublin. They will have the opportunity to expand their scientific vocabulary, as well as enhancing their problem-solving and critical thinking skills. Learners will work in teams alongside STEM experts and engage in activities such as designing mathematical functions; building micro controlled projects; and having fun with Newton’s laws of motion. Trinity Walton Club Trinity Walton Club is a STEM club based at Trinity College Dublin. At the Club, students connect with like-minded individuals and STEM role models and each day they are provided with an invigorating learning experience where they partake in a range of challenging STEM sessions and activities. Trinity Walton Club strives to support each student to reach their STEM potential and experience lots of Eureka! moments. Ernest TS Walton Trinity Walton Club was name after ETS Walton who studied Mathematics and Science in Trinity (1922-26) and obtained his Master’s degree in 1927. After doctoral studies in Cambridge with Ernest Rutherford he collaborated with John Cockcroft to develop a particle accelerator to carry out the first artificial ‘splitting of the atom’ in 1932. He returned as a staff member to Trinity in 1934 and later became Professor. In 1951 he and Cockcroft were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physic.

Eligibility Requirements

PARTICIPANT DATE OF BIRTH

18 August 2003 to 18 July 2008

PARTICIPANT AGE RANGE UPON ARRIVAL

13years 0month(s) to 17years 11month(s)

LANGUAGE LEVEL NEEDED UPON ARRIVAL

– Medium English

Students will take an Online Placement Test, delivered by Oxford University Press. You can also watch this video guide: https://www.brainshark.com/oup/vu? pi=zHNz19aY7Pz9gdQz0&r3f1=&fb=1&nodesktopflash=1