GIS Alumni Branching out to New Pastures – Ryan Chan

Ryan Chan (Class of 2019) Bachelor of Science in Psychology at the University of Bristol   Hi Ryan Chan! Can you share with us your experiences at university so far? So far, university life has been great! The University of Bristol has given me so many...


Rasmit Singh Harmit Singh (Class of 2013) – DEDICATION MESSAGE

“I would first of all like to thank my parents, as without them I wouldn’t have been able to attend GIS in the first place! I am very grateful to them for giving me the opportunity to study at GIS for 13 years.  Even though I’ve left GIS, I still have fond memories...


Alumna Makissa Sophia with ‘RAGE COFFEE’

Home-grown Malaysian tech startup, RAGE has been the talk of the town for reinventing the local coffee scene in the Klang Valley with a refreshing new cafe concept and mobile application, DrinkRage. Armed with a catchy “RAGE to #NeverSettle” tagline, the brand hopes to...


GIS Alumni Branching out to New Pastures – Yunshen Lee

Yunshen Lee (Class of 2019) Reading Masters in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Bath   Hi Yunshen! Can you share with us your experiences of settling into university life?  Despite being eager to move 10693km away from home for university,...


GIS Alumni Branching out to New Pastures – Yelin Kim

Yelin Kim (Class of 2019) Studying Integrative Biology (pre-medicine track) at the University of California, Berkeley.   Hi Yelin! Can you share with us your experiences at university so far? University so far has just been nothing but an amalgam of...


GIS Alumni Making A Difference!

Alumni Sarah Aleysha Jabir and Clio Chin, both from the GIS Class of 2015, are currently based near a refugee camp in Samos, Greece. They are working with Refugee 4 Refugees, an NGO that aims to improve the quality of life and living conditions for refugees.    Sarah...


Cheong Ka-Mun (Class of 2016) – DEDICATION MESSAGE

Pursuing Degree in Primary School Education at Taylor’s University “When the unfortunate cannot find help, those who are blessed must go to them” - Master Cheng Yen When I first did Reach Out teaching for Discovery Week in Year 7, it would be fair to say that I...