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Highlights At SIM GE Open House 2017
Missed out on joining us at the SIM GE Open House held on 10 & 11 March? We bring you some of the exciting highlights here!
As the newest addition to the SIM family, the SIM International Academy made its much anticipated debut at Open House this year. The Academy which will open its doors to 12 to 16 year old international students come September, conducted Parent Info Seminars in English and Chinese. The Academy also had a booth at the atrium for parents and prospective students who were keen to find out more about the Academy’s curriculum and student life. For more information about the SIM International Academy, click here
SIM International Academy staff, Terence Lee, sharing about the Academy.
Staff and student volunteers from The Office of Global Learning also shared with prospects about the exciting opportunities that await them, as they look to sharpen their global competence. These include a wide array of summer abroad programmes, study trips, workshops and on-campus activities as a platform for personal training in global competence. To find out more about the Global Learning programmes, click here
Our Student Volunteers at the Global Learning booth.
As the crowd made their way around the atrium, they were also treated to free ice cream and won attractive prizes at our Snap & Win booth.
All scoops and smiles at our photo booth.
SIM GE staff sharing about the pathways available at SIM GE.
A packed theatre at the Parent Info Seminar.
Programme consultation with parents and prospective students.
Dreamwerkz dancers display their smooth moves. Their performance was one of the many Student Life performances at Open House.
Dance Art enchanting the audience with their captivating performance.
A Student Volunteer explaining the different programmes available at SIM GE.
It’s a wrap! Cheerful University at Buffalo staff and student volunteers pictured together as Open House comes to an end.
Look out for more details on our upcoming Open House in September!
Posted online, 31 March 2017