Cooperative/Hands-on Learning

A person studying to be a chef does not learn how to cook by only reading recipes. The same concept applies to most other careers. Trini U students have the opportunity to learn outside of a traditional classroom where real learning takes place. Traditional classroom instruction time is reduced.

For example: nursing majors work at our partner hospitals in Africa, Asia, Europe, and learn first-hand many aspects of medicine. Educators work in schools and learn teaching techniques by practicing at institutions from around the world. These international experiences also allow for our students to learn foreign languages and culture. In real life experience settings, our students also acquire the skills necessary to become successful in the workplace.