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The combination of fieldwork, theory and laboratory work give the students of our highly selective major programmes a unique skillset. Our overseas field courses are particularly appreciated; not only do they provide opportunity to connect with faculty and fellow students in a collaborative and fun environment, but also to practice leadership, group work, critical thinking, and innovative problem-solving skills.

Small cohorts enable an interactive learning environment, where students become a part of the multicultural and friendly ASE community. We encourage students who are interested in gaining international experience to pursue a semester abroad within our comprehensive study abroad programme.

Undergraduate News

Our warmest congratulations to ASE undergraduates Regine Tiong Hui Yi and Manimaran Sonali who have been awarded the URECA Undergraduate Research Excellence Award 2019. The award is presented to URECA students who have demonstrated excellent research experience & achievement throughout the 11-months of the URCEA Programme and comes with a certificate as well as $300 monetary award...

Ms. Ang Pei Shan, recent ASE graduate from the Geosciences stream, has been recognised as a Highly Commended entrant and Regional winner for Asia of The Global Undergraduate Awards 2019 in the Earth & Environmental Sciences category. Her entry is an OFYP titled ‘Spatial probabilities of eruption scenarios: A case study of the Auckland volcanic field, New Zealand’, supervised by...

Discovering Bali beyond the tourist attractions and resorts during ASE's 3 week long Introductory Field Course turned out to be an eye-opening experience for ASE student Grace Tan. She shares her story of the rocks, plankton and people of Bali in a commentary in Today Online.

Read the commentary by Grace Tay in Today Online here

The second batch graduating as Bachelor of Environmental Earth System Science celebrated convocation yesterday. Our warmest congratulations to all our graduating students! 

Plastic is quickly becoming the most widespread marine pollutant on shorelines worldwide. During the recent ASE Introductory Field Course (ES1006) in Bali, the students participated in a beach clean-up event organised with support from @theindigov, @plastic save and, @gekodive. A total of 227 kg of plastic was collected on an undeveloped black sand beach. The Coastal Ecology section of...