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Yale-NUS College: Rounds of Admissions UpdateWednesday, 19-Oct-2016  

Dear JC2 students,

From October 2016, Yale-NUS College will now offer two Rounds of Admissions for students interested to apply to the college. The deadlines are 15 January 2017 and 20 March 2017 respectively for the coming year. There is no demonstrated advantage for students applying in either Round. Yale-NUS College also offers robust loan-free study awards for all students, regardless of nationality, in addition to comprehensive scholarships.
There are three ways to apply to Yale-NUS College:

1.      Students not applying to US schools can use the  Yale-NUS Application .  

2.      Students applying to US schools and Yale-NUS should use the  Common Application  and add the Yale-NUS College Member Screen.

3.      Alternatively, students applying to Yale College via the Common Application can choose to share their application with Yale-NUS College. This option is available to them on the Yale College Member Screen.

More information on our application process, study awards and deadlines can be found here:  http://admissions.yale-nus.edu.sg/apply/ . Please contact  admissions@yale-nus.edu.sg if you have questions, as we are happy to help.

Warmest regards,

Yale-NUS College Admissions

Posted by : Abdul Razak   

Invitation to SMU Leadership Symposium 2016Tuesday, 18-Oct-2016  
Dear AJCians,

The SMU Leadership Symposium will be happening on 5 and 6 December 2016, and we are pleased to invite your school’s student leaders to join us in this annual symposium.

At this year’s symposium, titled Setting Your Compass, participants can look forward to insightful plenary sessions and workshops conducted by respected individuals across industries - many of whom are exemplary leaders in their own right - who will share their leadership experiences.

Among this year’s prolific symposium speakers are:

  • Mr Goh Theng Kiat (Chief Marketing Officer, Global Consumer Financial Services, OCBC Bank)
  • Ms Zhang Tingjun (Executive Director, Mercy Relief and Co-founder of The Chain Reaction Project)
  • Mr Jason Wong (Board Chairman, Focus on the Family)
  • Ms Denise Phua (Member of Parliament for Jalan Besar and Mayor, Central Singapore District)
  • Ms Yip Pin Xiu (Paralympian Gold Medallist and SMU undergraduate)
  • Ms Manorama Singh (Senior Officer, SPRING Singapore and SMU alumnus)
  • Mr Benjamin Twoon (Managing Director, Fundnel Limited and SMU alumnus)
  • Ms Carrie Tan (Founder, Daughters of Tomorrow)
  • Mr Kenneth Tan (Director, Office of Student Life, SMU)

Interested students, pls sign up here  http://tinyurl.com/SMU-symposium  by 20 Oct . Priority will be given to student leaders.

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  SMU Leadership Symposium.png (8.27 MB)  Posted by : Abdul Razak   

SUTD Admissions and Career TalkTuesday, 11-Oct-2016  
Dear AJCians,

You are warmly welcomed to join in the SUTD Admissions and Career Talk which you will be able to learn more aout SUTD and how they prepare students for careers across industries. You will also get to hear from industry leaders, their President, faculty, students and alumni to find out more about their unique design-centric education at the exhibition featuring projects that address real world challenges. You may visit http://sutd.edu.sg/careertalk for more information. 

Posted by : Abdul Razak   

Camp REConnection Friday, 07-Oct-2016  

Dear AJCians,


Ren Ci will be collaborating with NUS to conduct a youth camp end of this year and they hope to invite youth age between 16 to 19 years to join them!


Sharing with you more information about the camp:

Camp REConnection is a project initiative started in 2014 by Ren Ci Hospital, targeted at post-secondary students. NUS USP [National University of Singapore (University Scholars Programme)], in collaboration with Ren Ci Hospital will be organizing a 4-day camp with the objective of reconnecting the elderly and youths of today.

Aimed at youth participants between 16 and 19 years old, it is hoped to raise awareness of the problems that beleaguer the elderly sector in Singapore, particularly the elderly who require long-term care. The 4-day camp shall comprise a combination of theoretical and practical activities, culminating in a finale activity with the elderly. Through exposing the youths to the difficulties faced by the elderly in their daily lives, we hope to stimulate their thought and compassion, thereby helping them to better empathise with the older generation. Participants can look forward to an enriching line-up of programmes, including dialect lessons, sharing sessions about the various aspects of eldercare including active ageing and elderly nutrition, as well as fun activities such as arts and craft with the elderly. These programmes will be held at Ren Ci Nursing Home, which will give students a unique first-hand experience in interacting with the elderly residents.


Details of Camp REConnection III

Dates: 12th to 15th December 2016

Time: 9am to 5.30pm

Registration Fees: $10 (inclusive of daily lunch)


Registration is open from now until 31 October 2016. Interested students can sign up by registering online via http://tinyurl.com/camprec3signup. CIP hours will also be awarded to participants in appreciation of their time spent interacting with the elderly residents.


Should you have any query or feedback, please do not hesitate to email the committee at camprec2016@gmail.com.


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Beyond Social Services Wednesday, 05-Oct-2016  

Dear AJCians,

Have you considered helping underprivileged children gain access to tuition? Not everyone can afford private or even group tuition and most of the less privileged families often struggle to provide their children with much-needed help in their studies.

Beyond Social Services is recruiting volunteers to tutor children from underprivileged families. The tuition programme at Blk 646 AMK Ave 6 runs on Tue and Fri evenings and has about 30 children and youths. Ideally they are looking to recruit 30 volunteers so that the children get one-to-one attention, something that they need due to their attention span and the amount of work they have to catch up on.

Interested students, sign up here (http://tinyurl.com/bss-tuition) by 12 Oct. Please feel free to approach Mr Edwin Chia if you have any enquiries.


Commitment period: Jan to Jun 2017 (negotiable);  Tue 7-8.30pm or Fri 7.30-9.00pm.

Requirement: Able to tutor children in English or Maths

Venue:    Blk 646 AMK Ave 6 

Targeted group: Children 7-12 yrs old from underprivileged families


About Beyond Social Services (http://www.beyond.org.sg)

Beyond Social Services is a charity dedicated to helping children and youths from less privileged backgrounds break away from the poverty cycle. We provide guidance, care and resources that enable families and communities to keep their young people in school and out of trouble.

Posted by : Abdul Razak   

NUS-MOE Humanities and Social Sciences Research (HSSR) 2017 – H3 Research SubjectsThursday, 22-Sep-2016  

Dear JC1 Students,

The NUS-MOE Humanities & Social Sciences Research 2017 (henceforth ‘HSSR 2017’) is now open for application.

It is an H3 option for outstanding students, offering research topics in one of the following subjects:

Chinese Language and Literature




Literature in English, and 

Malay Language and Literature

Suitable JC1 students are invited to apply for the programme.  Generally, students applying for the programme in a particular subject are expected to achieve a ‘B’ or better in the corresponding subject at H2 level.The HSSR is open only to students who are taking the ‘A’ Level Examination in end 2017.

Students will choose one research topic from the given list of topics provided by FASS, NUS and write a research proposal of about 300 words as well as provide a typewritten sample of their writing which demonstrates their interest in and knowledge of the subject.

Please refer to this website to find out about more about the programme:

The application form (Form A & Form B) and list of research topics are attached here, for your convenience.

The deadline for submission of applications (hard copy) to your subject teacher for the corresponding H2 subject is Wed 12 Oct 2016, 12 pm.

Do note that this date is earlier than for other H3 programmes so as to meet the NUS Registar’s Office timeline for registration.

Ms Ong Shir Nee

  HSSR2017.zip (293 KB)  Posted by : Abdul Razak   

Common Purpose - SG100 Young Leaders Programme 2016Tuesday, 13-Sep-2016  

The Common Purpose - SG100 Young Leaders Programme 2016  is a four-day experiential leadership development programme specifically designed for  *pre-university / Post-Secondary*  students of Singapore. It was launched last year as part of the SG50 celebrations supported by the SG50 Celebration Fund, set up by the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (MCCY). As a result of its success last year, we have been invited to run the programme once again. This year it is supported by the National Youth Council.


The Programme will bring together 150 exceptional students from diverse backgrounds to tackle the challenge, ‘How do the young leaders of Singapore kick start their 50 year legacy?’. Using Singapore as a classroom, students will be immersed and exposed to a range of different views and perspectives from a cross section of society. The students will work in small groups; generate ideas to tackle the above challenge with the guidance of mentors who will be experienced professionals in their chosen fields. They will pitch their ideas to a panel of experts and stakeholders, and will continue to be supported on the execution of their ideas beyond the four day programme.


They will also become a part of the Common Purpose Massive Online Innovation Community, a global online platform dedicated to taking the innovative ideas forward. As a result of these diverse experiences, the students will be inspired to become better leaders; leading change in society and learn to solve complex problems.


To apply to be a part of this exciting programme, please refer to   https://commonpurpose.org/singapore/young-leaders-programme/  for instructions.

  SG100_2pager_2016.pdf (431 KB)  Posted by : Abdul Razak   

Volunteering Opportunities at River SafariWednesday, 24-Aug-2016  

Greetings from Wildlife Reserves Singapore!


We have 2 exciting events coming up. You may read more about it and sign up using the links given in the attachment.

1.       River Safari September Event (3 – 11 Sep 2016)

2.       Safari Boo (21 – 30 Oct, Fridays to Sundays)

  Volunteer Opportunities _September_October.pdf (254 KB)  Posted by : Abdul Razak   

Engaging Youths, Empowering Seniors (EYES)Tuesday, 23-Aug-2016  

Dear JC1 students,


We are pleased to share with you     Engaging Youths, Empowering Seniors (EYES)  – starts 5 November (5 weeks programme, with seniors)   organised by Youth Corps Singapore.

Registration will be via the Youth Corps portal ( www.youthcorps.sg ). All you would need to do is to sign up for an account and you can start registering for the volunteering opportunities that interest you  J


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BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT)[Important for students interested in Medicine!]Friday, 12-Aug-2016  
Dear JC2 Students,

If you wish to further your studies in the medical field either in NTU or medical schools in the UK,you will need to take the BioMedical Admissions Test(BMAT),which will take place on 2 November 2016.Do note that the registration window is from 1 Sept to 1 Oct 2016.Please refer to the attached for more information.
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  2016 BMAT Overview.pdf (152 KB)  Posted by : Abdul Razak