Rayner Tan Kay Jin graduated from the SMU School of Social Sciences in July 2016 with a Bachelor of Social Science in Sociology. We managed to get a chance to ask Rayner a few questions about his current postgraduate experience and his journey as an SOSS undergraduate.
1. Where are you doing your postgraduate studies? Could you briefly describe what your graduate programme is about?
I am currently a PhD candidate at the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health (National University of Singapore), sponsored by the Courage Fund Scholarship for Infectious Diseases research. The Saw Swee Hock School...
Track Tan Tze Tuan
BSocSc Class of 2017
When I first arrived in New Zealand for my exchange, I wasn’t sure what to expect other than that the weather would be colder than in Singapore. Settling in wasn’t much of a problem as Wellington is relatively small and compact, with everything being within walking distance of each other. The city itself gave me a very cosy vibe yet retained a “modern” feel fitting of the country’s capital. Getting to the main campus at Victoria University of Wellington (VUW) involves walking up a small steep hill located...