NUS welcomed some 21,250 visitors at its Open Day held on March 15, one of the largest gatherings to date for this annual event. As in previous years, the School’s deanery, faculty members, staff and undergraduate team turned out in full force to lend their support to the event, and to showcase and share the NUS BBA experience.
NUS Open Day provides prospective students and their friends and families with a preview of our academic programmes, global exchange opportunities and vibrant student activities. About 40 different faculties and schools participated through 16 exhibition booths, campus tours and talks this year. Visitors also had an opportunity to learn more about the ‘residential experience’ at NUS.
At the School’s booth, hundreds of prospective students and their families found out about the NUS BBA. The School’s undergraduate team, including Assistant Dean Dr Helen Chai and Assistant Dean and Associate Professor Ravi Chandran, was on hand to outline the programme to prospective students and their families and answer queries.
The School’s Career Services team also spoke about career opportunities. Assistant Dean and Associate Professor Yeo Wee Yong gave an admissions talk to a packed audience at theNUS UTown auditorium.