Trinity Walton STEM Programme

About this course

Emerald, in collaboration with the prestigious Trinity Walton Club at Trinity College Dublin, is delighted to offer this unique programme that allows students to enhance their STEM knowledge while improving their English language skills.

Trinity Walton Club was named after Ireland’s first Nobel Laureate for Science, Ernest Walton (06 October 1903 – 25 June 1995). The Club is a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) club based at Trinity College Dublin, where students connect with like-minded individuals and STEM role models. Each day students 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.

Students aged between 14-17 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 to enhance 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 the Laws of Motion.

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Dublin, Ireland
2 weeks
Class Size
Maximum 15
10 hours of group tuition per week of General English
10 hours of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Tuition per week
A minimum Level of Upper Intermediate (CEFR B2) is required (subject to entrance test)
Course Code

SUM9R - Residential Accommodation
SUM9 - Homestay Accommodation

Start Dates

17th July - 31st July 2022

Please Note

Subject to Entrance Test - Applicants will have to confirm they have the minimum level required before being accepted on this course.

Giovanni, Italy

I particularly enjoyed the maths and physics lessons, it was very interesting to be in the labs and do experiments to understand the practical applications of the things we did in class. It was a new way to approach the subjects I have always studied.

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