Posts Tagged: Admissions

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International Outreach Roundup: thoughts from three officers on doing admissions work in Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, and Australia

From Austin Shiner, Admissions As of a month ago, there were virtually no cash points, aka ATMs, in all of Myanmar, at least none that took foreign credit cards. The currency, the kyat, is not sold at most airports or

International Outreach Roundup: thoughts from three officers on doing admissions work in Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, and Australia

From Austin Shiner, Admissions As of a month ago, there were virtually no cash points, aka ATMs, in all of Myanmar, at least none that took foreign credit cards. The currency, the kyat, is not sold at most airports or

Upfront! with Jeremiah Quinlan, Yale-NUS’s Dean of Admisssions & Financial Aid: a re-post of Tan Xiang Yeow’s June 3, 2012 piece in the Kent Ridge Common

Jeremiah Quinlan is the Dean of Admissions & Financial Aid, Yale NUS College (YNC) as well as the Deputy Dean of Undergraduate Admissions, Yale University. He sat down with me to discuss about YNC, the liberal arts school that promises

Upfront! with Jeremiah Quinlan, Yale-NUS’s Dean of Admisssions & Financial Aid: a re-post of Tan Xiang Yeow’s June 3, 2012 piece in the Kent Ridge Common

Jeremiah Quinlan is the Dean of Admissions & Financial Aid, Yale NUS College (YNC) as well as the Deputy Dean of Undergraduate Admissions, Yale University. He sat down with me to discuss about YNC, the liberal arts school that promises

Preserving Yale’s Exclusive, Elite Identity and Community: a re-post of Koh Choon Hwee’s April 16th, 2012 piece in the Kent Ridge Common

Although I feel at best ambivalent about the Yale-NUS College venture — because as with so many aspects of Singapore today, the government still feels that ‘grafting’ foreign expertise onto local soil is the fastest way to achieve policy aims,

Preserving Yale’s Exclusive, Elite Identity and Community: a re-post of Koh Choon Hwee’s April 16th, 2012 piece in the Kent Ridge Common

Although I feel at best ambivalent about the Yale-NUS College venture — because as with so many aspects of Singapore today, the government still feels that ‘grafting’ foreign expertise onto local soil is the fastest way to achieve policy aims,