Use of Roadmap: An Illustration

  • Make Study Plans & Read Hard Skills Modules

    Alex, a Political Science major is keen to work towards the Public Administration industry track. To facilitate planning, he would refer to the list of hard skills modules associated with his track and read at least 8 MCs worth of modules from two different hard skills clusters.

  • FASS Industry Seminar

    After passing the Career Catalyst module, Alex could then register for the FASS Industry Seminar, and concurrently sign-up for various career skills workshops organised by CFG, to further strengthen his profile.

  • Embark on Internships

    Alex should start searching for an internship within the Public Administration industry, through NUS TalentConnect, in Year 2 or 3. Upon securing an internship, Alex can get it registered as a credit-bearing internship module under the FASS Internship Programme. Alex could consider a global internship in Year 2 to gain internship exposure (and to affirm his interest), followed by the track-specific internship in Year 3, for localized experience.

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  • Receive Mentorship & Expand Professional Network

    In his 3rd year, Alex would participate in the Capstone Career Preparation module, to receive mentorship guidance from a FASS alumni mentor in the Public Administration industry. He should also actively attend recruitment and networking events to expand his professional network, in preparation for his job search.

  • Intensify Job Search

    In the first semester of his final year, Alex should be actively attending career fairs and applying for jobs. He should be working very closely with his Career Advisor to sharpen his CV and interviewing skills tailored to the roles.

  • Nail the Offer

    By adopting a targeted and systematic approach when planning his university journey, Alex would have acquired relevant industrial knowledge that complements his FASS education, as well as a repertoire of hard and soft skills essential to nail an offer in his chosen field, by the time he graduates. Upon fulfilling all the requirements in FASS 2.0 Industry Tracks, the Faculty will issue a track-specific certificate to him.

Use of Roadmap: An Illustration

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  • Make Study Plans & Read Hard Skills Modules

    Alex, a Political Science major is keen to work towards the Communications, Advertising and Media industry track. To facilitate planning, he would refer to the list of hard skills modules associated with his track and read at least 8 MCs worth of modules from two different hard skills clusters.

  • FASS Industry Seminar

    After passing the Career Catalyst module, Alex could then register for the FASS Industry Seminar, and concurrently sign-up for various career skills workshops organised by CFG, to further strengthen his profile.

  • Embark on Internships

    Alex should start searching for an internship within the Communications, Advertising and Media industry, through NUS TalentConnect, in Year 2 or 3. Upon securing an internship, Alex can get it registered as a credit-bearing internship module under the FASS Internship Programme. Alex could consider a global internship in Year 2 to gain internship exposure (and to affirm his interest), followed by the track-specific internship in Year 3, for localized experience.

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  • Receive Mentorship & Expand Professional Network

    In his 3rd year, Alex would participate in the Capstone Career Preparation module, to receive mentorship guidance from a FASS alumni mentor in the Communications, Advertising and Media industry. He should also actively attend recruitment and networking events to expand his professional network, in preparation for his job search.

  • Intensify Job Search

    In the first semester of his final year, Alex should be actively attending career fairs and applying for jobs. He should be working very closely with his Career Advisor to sharpen his CV and interviewing skills tailored to the roles.

  • Nail the Offer

    By adopting a targeted and systematic approach when planning his university journey, Alex would have acquired relevant industrial knowledge that complements his FASS education, as well as a repertoire of hard and soft skills essential to nail an offer in his chosen field, by the time he graduates. Upon fulfilling all the requirements in FASS 2.0 Industry Tracks, the Faculty will issue a track-specific certificate to him.

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