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SASS Dialogue Session About Course Registration And Dean's Sharing Session

On 8 April 2015, SIM University's School of Arts and Social Sciences (SASS) held its biannual Dialogue Session about Course Registration and Dean's Sharing Session, which was attended by over 100 staff, faculty and students.

Held during the course registration period, this informal dialogue session is designed to address students' questions about course offerings, curriculum requirements and academic progression, as well as to update them on the latest happenings in the school.

The session started with a briefing by SASS Dean, Associate Professor Genice Ngg, where she shared with the students the most recent initiatives by the School and upcoming events that students can look forward to attending. Following that, students were given the opportunity to mingle with fellow students and seek guidance from the Heads of Programme regarding the registration of courses for the following semester.

By the end of the session, the students had a much clearer understanding of the curriculum requirements and how they should choose their courses.

Associate Professor Ngg addressing the audience.

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