The Global Affairs major at Yale-NUS College is supported by Student Ambassadors who serve to introduce the major to interested students as well as support all Global Affairs events. They are an essential part of the Global Affairs team and are involved in the minute details of organizing events that bring the world to Yale-NUS. To see who our current Student Ambassadors are, check out their profiles below.
Hi! I’m Tyronne, and I’m from the Class of 2021. I was born and raised here in Singapore; the biggest move in my life has been from Central Singapore to the North West of Singapore. I felt compelled to pursue Global Affairs at Yale-NUS College because how connected Singapore is. We pride ourselves as a hub for trade, finance, and commercial activity – our economy is also kept buoyant by the many migrant talents in our workforce. Accordingly, I find it necessary, as a Singaporean, to have an understanding of GA. Do let me know if you have questions about minoring, or about GA events. I’ll try my best to answer you, or find answers for you! I’m also always happy to talk about any feedback or thoughts you have.
Hi! My name is Hanna and I am from the class of 2021. I was born and raised in Poland. What draws me to the GA major is my long-term interest in international affairs. My favourite GA topics include peace & conflict studies as well as global inequality, particularly an unequal access to education. I hope to combine these interests in my future professional life and I think that the multidisciplinary nature of the GA major will help me in achieving it. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns regarding the GA major. I am also happy to talk about your ideas on possible events and initiatives in the field of GA.
Hi! My name is Suyeon Lee from the class of 2021. I am from South Korea and spent most of my life there. Out of the diverse topics in Global Affairs, I am particularly interested in migration and forced displacement across international borders. I find it fascinating (at the same time very difficult) to learn about the different actors involved in the act of border-crossing, as well as how different identities of an individual can entirely shape the motivation, process, and outcome of migration. I wish to work in the humanitarian field for refugees and forced migrants, focusing on women and children’s rights. Please hit me up if you are interested in GA or have any ideas for speaker seminar and events related to GA that you hope to see happening. I am always open to any feedback or comment! Thank you.