Yale-NUS College graduates will have the triple benefit of being part of the official alumni networks of their alma mater, NUS and Yale. The strength of the combined networks will provide graduates with instant worldwide connections to use for business, educational, social, service, and leadership opportunities.
NUS Alumni Relations
The NUS alumni community is an expanding and dynamic network of talent, expertise and experience connecting across world regions and reaching into local societies.
There are are currently 210,000 alumni in more than 100 countries representing different eras in the rich history of the university. NUS alumni have long embraced the university's guiding spirit by making significant contributions in both private and public sectors in Singapore —and throughout the world. There are currently 16 chapters representing active alumni in four continents.
In Singapore and on campus, the efforts and generosity of NUS alumni have also made a marked difference in the learning experience of current students inside and outside the classroom. NUS alumni, for example, participate in banking partner programs to help fund awards for students with financial need and/or for students who aspire to gain a learning experience overseas.
There are many and frequent alumni activities on both the university level and faculty-level: spirited reunions, golf outings, and public seminars are just some of the many ways to extend and enrich mutual ties with the university, especially as NUS continues to take significant strides as a public institution and center for excellence.
For more information about the NUS Office of Alumni Relations, please visit their web site at: https://www.alumnet.nus.edu.sg
The Association of Yale Alumni
Yale-NUS College graduates will be the beneficiaries of over 200 years of Yale alumni activity - the longest record of any American university. To meet the broad and varied interests and concerns of Yale alumni, the Yale Alumni Board was officially chartered in 1906. Today, the Association of Yale Alumni (AYA) has approximately 170 Clubs worldwide, 14 of which are in Asia, including Singapore.
Yale Clubs provide ever growing ways for graduates to affiliate. Throughout the year, Yale Club sponsored events provide social cultural, educational and community service activities. In addition, new opportunities are being developed to connect alumni through shared interest groups. Whether stemming from student activities or associations while at Yale, or through a common vocation or avocation, there are increasing opportunities to discover networks of common interest. To facilitate communication, AYA has developed a comprehensive online database which will be available to all Yale-NUS graduates.
For more information about the Association of Yale Alumni, please visit their web site at: www.aya.yale.edu
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