Congratulations Graduate Students Class of 2021!

Congratulations To Your Outstanding Achievements!

Ph.D. Graduates
Masters Graduates

Congratulations!

A Message From Prof Lee Pooi See

Congratulations to the graduates of 2021, and to your parents and families who are celebrating with you, and for reaching an important milestone in your life journey, and opening a new life chapter.

We are cognisant that COVID-19 has led to disruptions since the first quarter of 2020. It is heartwarming that you have completed your academic journey despite these extraordinary challenges. I am sure that many of you have encountered different difficulties along the way. I am confident that we as the NTU community and now with you, as part of our alumni, will continue to be resilient, courageous and that each of you will find not just perseverance but also unusual opportunities to contribute and thrive during these unprecedented times.

The knowledge, skills and competencies gained during your training and education, the professional and social relationships you have forged, and the experiences you have garnered during your time spent in NTU, will serve you well during your coming life journey.

Once again, congratulations! I wish you great success and happiness.

Please remain in contact with us, with your advisors, classmates and friends. You are not alone in the coming journey.

Thank you.

Prof Lee Pooi See
Dean, Graduate College

Reflections

Tony Fook Hiu Tung

Doctor Of Philosophy
School Of Materials Science & Engineering
About a year after I started my PhD in 2016 in field that I had limited experience in, I had the opportunity to present at the International Conference on Materials for Advanced Technologies (ICMAT) in 2017 at Suntec Convention Centre Singapore. It was a truly exciting moment for me in my postgraduate journey as it marked the first conference I participated in since embarking on my PhD.

Pae Jian Yi

Doctor Of Philosophy
School Of Mechanical And Aerospace Engineering
This photo was taken in 2018 with members of the research team under A/P Murukeshan V.M. We have made many bittersweet memories together. We celebrated the success of the team when new papers/patents are published, but we also celebrated whenever anyone left the team to pursue their careers. The journey was not easy and at times dull, but their support from the team members was one of the primary factors that I am able to complete my postgraduate journey. It is now time for me to leave and pursue my own career.

Jeremy Goh

Master Of Arts (Global And Interdisciplinary History)
School Of Humanities
My postgraduate study in NTU is both enriching and challenging. The graduate modules and programmes offered by the School of Humanities have deepened and broadened my interest and expertise in the study of global and interdisciplinary history. Presentations and participation at local and overseas academic conferences enabled me to expand my network and seek out possible avenues of cross-disciplinary research.

Dinesh Nair

Master Of Media & Communication
Wee Kim Wee School Of Communication And Information
My postgraduate study in NTU is both enriching and challenging. The graduate modules and programmes offered by the School of Humanities have deepened and broadened my interest and expertise in the study of global and interdisciplinary history. Presentations and participation at local and overseas academic conferences enabled me to expand my network and seek out possible avenues of cross-disciplinary research.