NUS Open Day 2018

NUS Open Day 2018 will be held on 10 March (Sat), and we are excited to show you all that the Faculty has to offer!

We will be at Hall 2 of University Town, and each of our 17 Departments will have an individual booth for you to find out more about your intended major. Professors, lecturers, staff, and students will all be around to answer all of your burning questions and share about their respective fields, so head right down to University Town to talk to us! A variety of talks has also been arranged just for you, and the schedule may be found below:


Time: 10am, 12pm, or 2pm

Location: U-Town Auditorium 2 (A7)

FASS. We have 3 divisions, 17 Departments, 20 majors, 15 multidisciplinary minors, and 13 languages. Does that overwhelm you? If your answer is yes, come right down to our Faculty Talks at Auditorium 2, where our Dean and Vice-Deans will give you a concise overview of the Faculty's offerings. Majors? Check. Minors? Of course. Student Exchange Programmes? Sure. Internships? Plenty.

Come explore your future with us, and let us show you what FASS can do for you.

Attend any one of these three sessions to find out more about FASS:

  • 10am: Prof Robbie Goh, Dean
  • 12pm: A/P Valerie Wee, Vice-Dean
  • 2pm: A/P Melvin Yap, Vice-Dean


Location: Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium (C1)

Are you interested in a specific major at FASS? Would you like to find out more about the special degree programmes and study abroad opportunities that we offer? Head right down to the Programme Talks at Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium, where all your questions will be answered.


What Psychology is (and is not)

A/P Sim Tick Ngee


Thinking Like An Economist

A/P Chia Ngee Choon


Experiential Learning at FASS: Study Abroad Programmes, Residential Colleges, and Internships

A/P Loy Hui Chieh


What Psychology is (and is not)

A/P Sim Tick Ngee


Going Beyond a Single Major: Minors, Double Majors, Double Degrees and more

A/P Pow Choon Piew


Thinking Like An Economist

A/P Chia Ngee Choon



Location: ERC Seminar Room 3 (A11)

Sample Classes lets you have a taste of the lectures and seminars at FASS. Given by two of our award-winning professors, FASS' Sample Classes will open your eyes to new perspectives and cast doubts on the assumptions that you have always held.


The Study of Crime and Deviance in Sociology

A/P Narayanan Ganapathy


Introduction to Japanese Studies: Population Problems in Japan

A/P Chris McMorran

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