Reach Cambridge: 7th-19th August 2011 Reach Cambridge is a residential summer school programme which aims to act as a mid-house between Junior College and University. The 36 Hwachong participants were spread across 9 courses, from the sciences such as Biotechnology and Chemistry and Medicine, to the arts such as English Literature and History, even including […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
36 students. 3 teachers. 2 weeks. REACH CAMBRIDGE SUMMER SCHOOL Taking on a variety of courses, which ranged from Chemistry & Medicine to International History, the thirty-six of us delved head on into our courses over the span of two weeks. Our time spent in Cambridge was not for naught, as we all managed to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Six weeks –fun, research and Boston. The highlights of my experience were attending lectures at MIT for a week and the internship at Broad Institute for the next five under MOE’s Overseas Student Attachment Program. In the third week of June, 6 Singaporeans from 4 JCs in Singapore headed for Boston to immerse in the […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
OCIP Cambodia 2010 was a really memorable experience for us, the Artemis Fac Comm. The thirteen days were filled with joy, sweat and tears. Not only did we make new friends in Cambodia, the bond between the faculty committee strengthened as well. All good things must come to an end but we will always remember […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Prior to this trip, I knew next to nothing about Korea – save for my limited knowledge of the ever-increasing popularity of K-pop and one or two famous Korean drama serials. However, over the course of our eleven days here, I have had a glimpse into the daily lives of a student in Korea, experiencing […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
London was nothing of a stranger city to us all, after all it is in fact one of the biggest and most important cities in the world. Despite the immense popularity of the city, due to our low exposure as well as perhaps being a little culturally ignorant, all we actually knew about London was […]Continue Reading... 6 Comments.