One of the world’s leading universities, King’s College London, will be giving a presentation on graduate study opportunities in London. Following the presentation, representatives from the university will be happy to speak with students individually, offering guidance and advice regarding graduate study options.
NUS President Professor Tan Chorh Chuan and Sciences Po President Mr Frédéric Mion will sign an Agreement to cement the two university’s partnership on a new Double Degree Programme (DDP). President Mion, the Sciences Po delegation and USP Directors will attend a lunch hosted by NUS Vice President Professor Andrew Wee, before attending the signing ceremony at University Hall. Further information on the DDP is available at http://www.usp.nus.edu.sg/nus-sciencespo/.
Eight USP students, together with three students from the Department of Malay Studies, will travel to Tehran to explore various aspects of Iranian civilisation. Led by Associate Professor Farid Alatas, the students will be hosted by the Faculty of World Studies at the University of Tehran and will attend lectures by Iranian experts and visit universities, research centres, museums and other cultural sites.
USP alums from the various cohorts will get together at this event to reconnect and get USP updates. Jointly organised by the USP Alumni Society and USP, the event will also include participation by USP student leaders, class ambassadors, faculty members and admin staff.
Ten USP students will travel to Princeton University to participate in the Princeton Interactive Crisis Simulation (PICSim) Conference. Founded in 2006, PICSim delivers what has been hailed as the most realistic collegiate crisis simulation in the US. Under the theme “Crisis in Latin America”, PICSim 2016 will focus on the regional conflict in Latin America.
The University Scholars Club (USC) cordially invites the USP community to join the Lo Hei session. Let’s usher in the Year of the Monkey by tossing Yusheng in the Dining Hall.
Two USP students will travel to Tufts University to participate in the Education for Public Inquiry and International Citizenship (EPIIC) International Symposium hosted by the Institute for Global Leadership. The theme for this year’s symposium is “The Future of Europe” and students will present an issue related to their home country and the future of Europe, attend panel discussions and topical forums and participate in informal gatherings and workshops.
Two USP students will travel to Tempe, Arizona to attend the “Desert Nights, Rising Stars” Writers Conference hosted by the Virginia G. Piper Centre for Creative Writing at Arizona State University (ASU). The conference provides an opportunity for participants to exchange ideas and share an appreciation for literature and writing.
This is a student-initiated outreach event under the Chua Thian Poh Community Leadership Programme (CTPCLP) aimed at promoting healthy dating relationships amongst students and raising awareness against Dating Violence. This event will provide educational materials, and include fun activities and games. CTPCLP is based in and supported by USP.
This is an informal sharing session for students interested in pursuing the NUS-Waseda Double Degree Programme (DDP). Current Year 4 DDP students will share their experiences and Year 1 students can ask questions and gain a better understanding of the programme before making any plans.
To register, please email your name and year of study to Noel at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Note: We will only hold the session if we receive student sign-ups.)