Everything You Need To Know About Studying STEM at Top US & UK Unis | Singapore
The tech innovation hub of Silicon Valley, the global construction boom and the digital revolution are pushing demand for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) skills like never before.
Computer scientists, data analysts, app developers, coders, mechanical and civil engineers - these are the jobs of the future, not to mention doing your own thing as a STEM entrepreneur!
Institutions like Carnegie Mellon University, M.I.T, Stanford, Oxbridge, and Imperial College have long been known to produce some of the most innovative and influential tech and engineering thinkers.
The question is: how do you grab a seat in their labs?
40% of international students in the US and the UK are enrolled in STEM programs.
87% of those students are from Asia.
How can you make your profile pop?
This month, join Crimson for a talk about university paths in STEM fields. Our speakers & panellists will cover:
The future of STEM
The top STEM university programs & careers in the U.S. and the UK
How to maximise your school years (especially in JC and high school) to further your passion for STEM
Case studies: real examples of what competitive applications look like for students interested in STEM!
Who should attend this event:
✓ Grade 8 - 12, or 14 - 18 year old students interested in studying STEM
✓ Parents of the above
This talk is free of charge. However, seats are limited and are secured on a first come, first serve basis. Reserve your spot now!
Bob Fan graduated from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, where he majored in Cellular and Molecular Biology. Students that Bob has previously worked with have gained acceptances to institutions such as Harvard, Stanford, UChicago, UPenn, Deerfield Academy, and Phillips Academy Andover. Bob enjoys working with students to explore their untapped potential by equipping them with the skills and capabilities to excel in their chosen paths.
Evelyn Wu graduated from the University of Oxford, UK with an honored Master and Bachelor degree in Mathematics. Before joining Crimson, she had previously worked for the British Council, Taiwan, for almost 10 years in Education training, and UK University Admission Strategy. She is currently serving as a Strategy Consultant at Crimson Education, based in Singapore.
Crimson Education Strategy Director, EMAA
Crimson Education UK Admissions Strategist