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From Academic Programmes to Global Opportunities and Career Preparation - 28 February 2021 (Sunday), from 1400 to 1500 hours (GMT+8)
Join us in this session as we introduce experiences you can look forward to as an NUS Undergraduate! We will share pertinent information about admissions application, the foray of multidisciplinary academic programmes available to you, as well as study abroad opportunities and career preparation services NUS provides to
enable our graduates to be future-ready.

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Feb 28, 2021 02:00 PM in Singapore

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Speakers

Professor GOH Say Song
Dean, Office of Admissions @National University of Singapore
Goh Say Song is the Dean of Admissions at the National University of Singapore (NUS). He joined NUS' Department of Mathematics in 1994. He is passionate about education and has received numerous teaching awards, including the University Outstanding Educator Award in 2009. His research interests are on the theory and applications of wavelets, approximation theory and harmonic analysis.
Associate Professor Reuben WONG
Associate Vice President, Global Relations Office @National University of Singapore
Reuben Wong is Associate Vice President (Global Relations) in NUS. He is an Associate Professor jointly in the College of Alice & Peter Tan (CAPT) and the NUS Department of Political Science. Reuben’s research focuses on European integration, foreign policy, and the politics of disability. He teaches inter-disciplinary modules in CAPT, international relations in Political Science, and is a Fellow in the Teaching Academy. A former diplomat based in Paris, Reuben helps push Singapore’s TFR by raising 4 children in CAPT.
Ms Joan TAY
Director, NUS Centre for Future-ready Graduates (CFG) @National University of Singapore
As Director of CFG, Joan has a cool job. She is constantly engaging employers and students in conversations on the Future of Work. Joan is responsible for developing strategies and driving innovative initiatives to equip NUS graduates with essential core, transferable skills for a dynamic and competitive job market. She engages actively with both local and global employers to build a strong talent pipeline for their organisations through internships and graduate recruitment. Employers choose NUS as a preferred hunting ground to hire the best-fit talents. Joan brings with her an outstanding record in elevating undergraduate and MBA employment to new heights during her helm at NUS Business School Career Services.