There's something all of us speaking at this panel have in common. We've had the benefit of an educational philosophy that emphasises more than professional training - an education system that avoids the mass production of cookie-cutter citizens, unlike the universities many other countries. We've enjoyed incredible opportunities to grow as individuals, and often at the expense of the very institutions we attend. But for every one of us, there are many who could have had the same experience, yet for some reason simply ended up elsewhere.
Some of you might remember this letter one of us wrote to a local media outlet some months back, which highlighted the incredible dearth of information about the opportunities America offers.
This Saturday the 23rd 2.00pm we're doing our little bit to change this sad situation. At the Descartes Education Counselling Centre in Damansara Utama, a group of us - current students and alumni from various American universities and liberal arts colleges - will be speaking on the hows, the whys, the whats of applying to American institutions of higher education. We hope you'll join us.
- Mohd Hafiz Noor Sham (Michigan)
- Nathaniel Tan (Harvard)
- Andrew Loh (Swathmore)
- Ng Eng Han (Dartmouth)
- John Lee ML (Dartmouth)
Or you can view the details on Facebook.
In the group pictures are a map to the venue, and a poster for the event. If you're interested in helping distribute the poster, please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org and we can talk about reimbursement for photocopying costs, etc.
- Introduction to the Liberal Arts Concept
- Liberal Arts College vs Research University
- The advantages and disadvantages of a Liberal Arts college
- Future Prospects of a Liberal Arts Degree