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Trinity Walton Club

Supporting tomorrow's scientists, technologists, engineers & mathematicians today!

Today more than ever, science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) competencies are highly desirable for tomorrow's demanding world.

Therefore, it is essential to provide extra-curricular opportunities for students to further enhance their literacy and skills in STEM.

At Trinity Walton Club, we offer post-primary students a unique hub to connect with like-minded students and STEM role models.

Each week, students partake in a range of challenging STEM sessions and activities that complement their national maths and science curricula and enrich their understanding of STEM even further.

Trinity Walton Club strives to support students to reach their potential and encourages them to one day become passionate, forward thinking innovators.


To create an engaged and dynamic STEM literate society.


To deliver an excellent STEM educational experience that creates passionate, forward-thinking, innovative and creative problem solvers.


  • Connecting STEM and the World
  • Interdisciplinarity and Collaboration
  • Diversity and Access
  • Empowerment and Innovation

“With academic excellence comes responsibility. We are keen to assist secondary school students in developing their abilities in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). The pursuit of STEM and innovation is hugely exciting and satisfying, and although there is a lot to be learned before one can independently embark on the road of discovery, we are here to help you get ready for this exciting journey of a lifetime. Let’s get started.”

Prof. Igor Shvets, Head of the School of Physics TCD and Co-founder of Trinity Walton Club


Trinity Walton Club is a not-for-profit STEM Education programme that is subsidised by Trinity College Dublin and supporters.

All club fees cover the direct costs associated with running this initiative.


Trinity Walton Club offers a limited number of scholarships to students from socio-economic backgrounds that are currently under-represented at university, such as students from DEIS and TAP (Trinity’s Access Programme) affiliated schools.

Students from DEIS schools and TAP are invited to apply for a scholarship by completing the application form on our apply page and checking the DEIS or TAP box contained within the form.

For more information or to enquire about eligibility, please contact us.