Tipperary native Michael has made friends for life in WIT

'Love going to college here made friends for life'

'Love going to college here made friends for life'

Opportunity to do international work placement and balance of practical and theory modules has made college an unbelievable experience for Michael

BSc in Agriculture final year student, Michael Doughan is a past pupil of Borrisokane Community College, Co. Tipperary

Time at WIT
2015- Present.

Why did you choose study in Waterford?
Heard some great things about it and knew the agricultural courses there were strong.

What was your experience?
Love going to college here made friends for life.

Can you recall your feeling when finding out you were offered a place in WIT
Very pleased.

What advice would you give to students considering your course?
Well worth it, very good balance between practical and science based modules.

If your course included a work placement, what was it like and how has it been of benefit?
Yes I went to New Zealand for 5 months, definitely helped shape me as a person, unbelievable experience.

Tell us whatever you want that we haven't asked about
Member of the WIT debating team.

From Cloughjordan in Co. Tipperary.

From a beef farm.

Living arrangements
Lived in student accommodation, stayed with my grandmothers in Kilkenny and commute regularly.

What is Waterford like as a city for college social life?
Great social life no problem fitting in or making friends all round very good.

Related Courses

Bachelor of Science in  Agriculture

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