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Postgraduate Welcome Tea

Dear fellow postgrad,

Ever wondered what your life would look like beyond academic studies and research? What should our mind-set and aims be before starting out on our postgraduate journey?

Well, this year GSS is proud to have invited 2 highly successful industry leaders and distinguished NUS alumni- Professor Freddy Boey and Dr. Tan Lai Yong to share their valuable experiences and advise graduate students. Our own professors, other alumni and professionals will also be there to interact with you to advice you on making the most of graduate studies.

The details of the event is as follows,

Date: 1st August 2013 (Thurs)
Registration Time: 5:45pm – 6:00pm
Event Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Venue: Centre for Translational Medicine MD6 LT35 (Level 1)
Free admission and free dinner for NUS PG students
To join this welcome event, please register here. Hurry up! Registration is on first come first serve basis.



Do not miss out on this golden opportunity! Please do join us for this enlightening event!
For the venue of the event, please see the map attached. GSS volunteers will be present at both Science bus stop and Kent ridge MRT station from 5:00pm to 6:00pm to guide you to the venue. Please approach our volunteers on the day if you are in doubt for the location of the venue.

More questions? Please don’t hesitate to contact our PG student welcome event’s secretary Miss Lu Ning This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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