Young Scholarz alumni go on to do purposeful work across the globe.
Some step into the realm of engineering, law and medicine or business management and marketing with others serving their country through National Service.
Collectively, through whichever industry they choose to shape, their contributions and insights continue to impact our culture, our economies and our daily lives.
We couldn’t be prouder!
I will be studying in Boston University where I will be majoring in Marketing and will graduate as part of the class of 2025. The reason I picked marketing as my major was because marketing is everywhere. From the things we buy, to the way we introduce ourselves!
In September, I am scheduled to go to Newcastle University to study Film & Media. I picked film and media because I’ve always loved the arts and I wanted to do something related to them whilst still pursuing my passion for journalism and writing. I believe that it will give me a good insight into both the practical and theoretical elements of media, and hence facilitate a future career in journalism.
After having studied for six wonderful years at UWCSEA East, I have finally graduated! These next two years I will have the privilege to serve under the Singapore Police Force. After National Service, I hope to double major in aerospace engineering and astrophysics in the United States.
Here are a few of the many ways for our alumni to continue their lifelong connection and contribution to Young Scholarz! Join your LinkedIn Community and create a unique network for you to connect with each other – be it for those invaluable internships, career support and/or jobs. Pick up on friendships formed during classes and keep in touch.
Sign up to be an Alumni Connector to provide perspectives and insights, to our younger scholars, on school to university transition, university to work-life transition and value of an IB education. Share your passion and flair for writing by being our Guest Blogger! We welcome posts on any relevant, worthwhile topics that our community could benefit from.