Learning from mentors with global work experience

Fourth-year engineering undergraduate Jodie Loi is one of the first students to apply for the NUS Global Mentorship Programme. She said that she has always wanted to explore a career with a global element and is curious to find out more about the wor
Fourth-year engineering undergraduate Jodie Loi is one of the first students to apply for the NUS Global Mentorship Programme. She said that she has always wanted to explore a career with a global element and is curious to find out more about the working world.ST PHOTO: JOSEPH CHUA

NUS' Global Mentorship Programme, which starts in August, is open to all its undergrads

Students from the National University of Singapore (NUS) are to get the rare opportunity of learning from top executives who have experience working around the world.

Launched last week by the university at its career fair and managed by the NUS Centre for Future-ready Graduates, the NUS Global Mentorship Programme is open to all NUS undergraduates across its faculties.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on February 05, 2019, with the headline 'Learning from mentors with global work experience'. Print Edition | Subscribe