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Undergraduate Programme

The combination of fieldwork, theory and laboratory work give the students of our highly selective major programmes a unique skillset. Our overseas field courses are particularly appreciated; not only do they provide opportunity to connect with faculty and fellow students in a collaborative and fun environment, but also to practice leadership, group work, critical thinking, and innovative problem-solving skills.

Small cohorts enable an interactive learning environment, where students become a part of the multicultural and friendly ASE community. We encourage students who are interested in gaining international experience to pursue a semester abroad within our comprehensive study abroad programme.

Undergraduate News

Plastic is quickly becoming the most widespread marine pollutant on shorelines worldwide. During the recent ASE Introductory Field Course (ES1006) in Bali, the students participated in a beach clean-up event organised with support from @theindigov, @plastic save and, @gekodive. A total of 227 kg of plastic was collected on an undeveloped black sand beach. The Coastal Ecology section of...

Last month, as part of the Environmental Biotechnology course (ES3303, Asst Prof Adriana Lopes), 3rd and 4th year ASE students visited the Marine Aquaculture Center (MAC) on Saint John's Island (Singapore). They learned how advanced DNA techniques are helping MAC researchers to perform selective breeding of Sea bass. Big thanks to Liang Bing, Ailian Mei and Jun Hui Jiang from MAC for...

 

Humans of ASE is a nine-part interview series by the ASE Club Publicity team (previously published on Instagram). This part features Kathleen, undergraduate student and president of the 4th ASE Club Management Committee.

 

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My name is Kathleen, I am in year 2 and I am...

Congratulations to ASE undergraduates Way Lin and Zhang Meilun who have been accepted into the summer research internship program at Earthquake Research Institute (ERI), University of Tokyo, Japan. Way Lin and Meilun are both Y2 students in the geoscience specialisation with a keen interest in earthquakes. They will be spending 3 weeks in Tokyo, where they are hosted by local...

Humans of ASE is a nine-part interview series by the ASE Club Publicity team (previously published on Instagram). This part features SE Lei, Chief Events Officer (CEO) of ASE Club, who turns ideas into reality with her team!

 

 

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I am Si Lei Y2 from Geoscience. E2S2 was a course that really caught my...