Welcome (back, for some) to our vibrant community of USP alumni! Here, you can find interesting stories of our alumni and what they are doing. For our USP alumni, wherever you find yourself in the world, we encourage you to remain an active member of our ever-growing community. Stay connected, get involved, and give back. If you have any ideas to share with us, please write in to us!
Dear USP alumni and students,
We warmly invite you to be members of our Scholars Programme Alumni Network (SPAN).
The purpose of SPAN is to build group identity and relationships for an extended community of University Scholars Programme (USP) alumni and students. In order to provide our alumni with a way to keep in touch with USP and the friends that you have made here, we have created this section. We also hope to sponsor activities, which alumni will be invited both to attend and to lead, as with your undergraduate days with us.
Welcome to the Scholars Programme Alumni Network (SPAN). We would like to keep in touch with you as you move on to new endeavours after your graduation from USP. Membership with SPAN is free.
Registration will help you to stay connected with us, and keep you updated of our latest USP news and events that you can also participate in! After you have registered, you can also update your particulars by logging in anytime. Just click the buttons below.
Should you encounter any problems during the online registration, kindly use the alumni registration form available here. You may send it back to us either by email at email@example.com, or dropping it off at the USP General Office.
Conversations@8 is a series of informal gatherings where alumni, students, staff and faculty may reconnect, meet new friends and share experiences. Do join us at this series to catch up on happenings at USP!
The USP Alumni Society was formed in 2015 by a group of passionate USP alumni to connect USP alumni with each other and with the broader USP community, and to facilitate initiatives which contribute to USP and the society. Some of our flagship initiatives are ChatterboxPro – a quarterly gathering where USP alumni engage in USP conversations in the spirit of Chatterbox at the old Block ADM, and We Will Dance – Singapore’s first ever fundraising dance marathon.
Membership is open to all NUS alumni who have spent at least 5 semesters in the USP programme. Register to join us as a member here: http://uspalumni.typeform.com/to/aksiXn.
For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out what happened at our past alumni gatherings at our Highlights page.
Our alumni are engaged to conduct admissions interviews during our admissions cycles each year.
Do you have a desire to mentor the USP students and make a difference to them? USP invites you to embark on a mentoring journey with the USP students to help them to be more career-ready.
Is your organisation looking for interns? USP invites you to share internship opportunities for the USP students. The USP students can be part of your organisation’s talent acquisition pipeline. To share internship opportunities for the USP students, please email the job descriptions and job requirements to Mr Alfred Lim at email@example.com.
Every year, USP nominates the key students of each batch to be the Class Ambassador. Find out who are your batch representatives!
Your gift to USP will serve as a strong encouragement to us to stay focused on nurturing a community of thinking, engaged, globally minded, and concerned young people to make significant contributions to society. No gift is too small, and we will be sincerely grateful to receive yours.
The USP Alumni Society was formed in 2015 by a group of passionate USP alumni to connect USP alumni with each other and with the broader USP community, and to facilitate initiatives which contribute to USP and society. We would like to welcome you to join us as a core team member in the USP Alumni Society. If you have any new ideas and initiatives or interested in helping out at our events like ChatterboxPro? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.