Specially for FASS students -> FASS Career Tea Session – see you on 27 Aug!

Specially for FASS students

Equip yourself with practical tips and industry insights for your career planning.

Join your FASS Careers Advisors on 27 August as we help to debunk those career “hearsays” amongst your peers. Leverage on this annual tea session to share your joys (or woes) on your career planning and gain information to start charting your unique path to your dream career today.

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(Registration close 21 Aug 13, 2355 HR)

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NUS Industry Talks 2013!

Dear FASS Students, the NUS Career Centre cordially invites you to an exciting line-up of Industry Talks on 15, 19, 20, 21 and 22 August.

These talks are conducted by industry experts and senior management in the various industries, addressing topics such as industry overview, key industry players, job opportunities, and what it takes to be successful in the industry. Don’t miss this opportunity to gather relevant industry information for your career planning! You can also look forward to meaningful interaction with the speakers during the Tea and Networking session right after the exhilarating talks.

Shaw Foundation Alumni House
Auditorium, Level 2

Please view the talk schedule and register via https://esurvey.nus.edu.sg/efm/se.ashx?s=7A0CA45A5705BAEA


Forefront Asia Signature Series: The Study of Southeast Asia Today

FASS is pleased to present Forefront Asia: the Signature Series, an annual meeting for expert dialogues on Asia. Each forum in the annual series will consist of focused workshops on topics of critical interest, as well as talks designed for a wider audience of scholars, graduate students and interested members of the public. The first workshop in FASS’s Forefront Asia Signature Series, “The Study of Southeast Asia Today: A Dialogue at NUS”, will showcase the latest scholarship on Southeast Asia while creating a forum for dialogue and interaction among FASS colleagues working on this region, together with Southeast Asianists from the region and beyond. Featured speakers will include Professors Anthony Reid, Abidin Kusno, and Jonathan Rigg.



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