Explore resources available to you as Yale-NUS Alumni.


Alumni can play a key role in communicating the mission of Yale-NUS to prospective students and families. If you would like to get involved with Admissions & Financial Aid, email Alumni Affairs for more information. You can support the department either in-person in Singapore or digitally if you are abroad.

Center for International and Professional Experience (CIPE)

We look to alumni to share their professional and post-Yale-NUS College experiences with current students, and participate in CIPE-led programming, events and initiatives. To collaborate with CIPE on programming, please reach out to Director of Career Services, Norvin Ng.


Alumni who wish to make gifts to Yale-NUS College, including giving towards a fund that supports Yale-NUS student organisations, please contact Joella Lopes-Lam. Should you wish to learn more about how philanthropy has made a difference at the College or join our team of highly passionate Alumni Giving Ambassadors, please reach out to us.

Career Advising


As a Yale-NUS graduate, you can continue to tap on the many existing career development resources and expertise we have at CIPE.  Career development and growth is a life-long process as it is a never-ending process of learning and change, and we are here to help you navigate through them.  The range of career services support available will include 1-1 advising, participation in professional development workshops and access to our online career resources. Besides general career advising, each career advisers at CIPE is able to offer their insights into various industries / sectors and you can tap onto this valuable resource by contacting the respective advisers listed below:

Sectors Career Adviser
Arts & Culture
(including art galleries, museums, theatre, arts administration/management, art spaces, art education, visual & performing arts)
Teo Shien Min
(including marketing, branding, advertising, media)
Teo Shien Min
Consulting & Professional Services
(business strategy, management consulting, industry analysis)
Alicia Chew
Consumer & Lifestyle
(FMCG, hospitality, tourism)
Teo Shien Min
Diplomacy & International Public Policy

(embassies, business chambers, think-tanks, political risk consulting firms)

Jessica Lim
(teaching, administration, curriculum design)
Jessica Lim
(law firms)
Alicia Chew
NGOs, Non-profit & Development
(advocacy, philanthropy, international development)
Jessica Lim
Financial Services
(banks, insurance, investment firms)
Alicia Chew
Public Sector & Government (Singapore)
(government agencies, statutory boards)
Alicia Chew
Science & Industrial
(health, research, urban development, environmental sustainability, marine, shipping, transport, aviation, real estate)
Teo Shien Min
Technology & Start-Ups
(programming, infocommunication, venture capital, entrepreneurship)
Teo Shien Min

We have carefully curated a list of online resources to help you figure out your career interests and listed a wide range of tips on how to hone your career skills.  These include an ever-expanding list of short whiteboard videos that offers you “on-to-go” quick suggestions on topics on how to conduct a productive coffee chat, networking and writing effective emails.  You also have access to a mock interview practice platform that is available 24/7.  You are also able to sign up for our open events and workshops too via Symplicity using your alumni email address.

Graduate School & Fellowship Advising

Graduate school advising support is available to current Yale-NUS students and alumni alike. Many selective graduate programs, especially those with a professional focus (business, law, medicine, education, public policy, etc.) favor candidates who have a few years of relevant work experience after graduation and bring a more mature, in-depth perspective to the classroom. Yale-NUS alumni can approach CIPE for graduate school application guidance at any stage of their post-graduate career. In addition, CIPE organizes graduate school sessions with faculty, workshops on aspects of the application process and info sessions with program representatives. All of these are also open to alumni, who can RSVP via Symplicity using their alumni email address.

For more information on the graduate school application process and funding options, please visit the CIPE Graduate and Professional School webpage.

If you have questions and would like to set up an advising appointment, please email:

  • Nilanjana Pal for help with MBA, graduate medical school and graduate law school programs.
  • Paul Wilt for degree-granting fellowships such as the Fulbright Programme and Knight-Hennessy Scholars.
  • Zhana Sandeva for all other graduate degree programs.

Click here for latest information about graduate school and fellowships available.

Transcript Request

While a matriculated student, Yale-NUS’ Registry Office maintains students’ academic record, prepares transcript letters, and can file status letters on College letterheads at the request of students.

Upon graduation, graduate’s degree scroll and one complimentary official transcript are printed and issued by the NUS Central Registrar. Students may receive the scroll and transcript, in person, if they attend the NUS Commencement Ceremony. If the student is not attending the NUS Commencement Ceremony, they may collect your degree scroll and complimentary transcript from the Registrar’s Office or arrange for it to be mailed.

Any request for additional copies of an official transcript, graduates must apply directly with the NUS Registrar.

If you have any questions please contact

Alumni Access Card

We are pleased to announce that Alumni are able to apply for access card to the College’s Fitness Centre and Library.

The Alumni Access Card will permit alumni to access the aforementioned facilities from 8am-10pm, 7 days a week. The Alumni Card will continue to be on trial until 1 September 2020.

Please contact Vincent Tan from Alumni Affairs if you wish to apply for a card. Please note that you will be asked to sign an indemnity form and visitor’s pass application form, as well as share a soft copy of a portrait photo.

Alumni who are interested in using other campus facilities for an alumni-related event are encouraged to contact Vincent directly.

Library Resources

We encourage alumni to browse the Yale-NUS and NUS library collections, to consult our librarians and to work in the library’s public spaces (this does not include use of the group study rooms or the computer lab). Through an external membership scheme provided through NUS, alumni can be accorded borrowing privileges at Yale-NUS and NUS libraries, at a cost of $139.10 per year. Due to strict licensing agreements, library privileges will not include access to paid electronic resources. Access to a selection of paid electronic resources is available through the National Library.

Association of Yale Alumni – Online Services

As International Affiliates of the Association of Yale Alumni (AYA), Yale-NUS graduates will have access to a variety of online services and programs to connect with the Yale community. Yale University online services include:

Online Directory

The directory is a great resource for networking with Yale alumni and finding Yale clubs across the world.

Yale Career Network

The Yale Career Network is a valuable tool that allows you to connect with Yale alumni to discuss career objectives and explore career interests.


JSTOR is a digital library of academic journals, books, and primary sources.

NUS Office of Alumni Relations – Community Services

As an NUS alumni, you have access to the privileges and resources accorded by the NUS OAR. Community services include:

AlumNUS Card

The AlumNUS card extends benefits and discounts at various merchants in Singapore. It also enables alumni access to NUS libraries upon graduation.

Yale-NUS Lifelong Email

Alumni will be able to keep their student email address and enjoy 50GB of mailbox space.

Venues Booking

AlumNUS Cardholders are entitled to discounted rates on venue rental prices for NUS facilities.

Alumni Service Centre (ASC)

The Alumni Service Centre is located at the first floor of the Shaw Foundation Alumni House and provides alumni access to a lounge, computer lab, and meeting rooms.