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UB Open Day @ SIM

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At University at Buffalo (UB), The State University of New York,
our thinking, research, creative activity and people positively impact the world.

Visit UB Open Day @ SIM on Saturday, 9 June, from 9.30am to 2pm to find out: 

  • What UB as a premier, research-intensive public university dedicated to academic excellence has to offer at SIM Global Education.
  • How does the American education system shape a future-thinking graduate? 

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Register online to receive an exclusive UB gift at the event! *T&Cs apply.
Light refreshments will be provided.



  • Panel Discussion with Resident Director & Faculty
    10am - 11.30am

Join SIM-UB Resident Director, Kevin McKelvey, and UB–Arts & Social Sciences Faculty for a chat on what UB has to offer in the course disciplines: Psychology, Communication, Sociology, and Economics, at SIM Global Education. Learn more about the broad-based American tertiary education that has transformed graduates and alumni in the global workplace with 21st century skills, the opportunity to learn and engage with UB faculty in Singapore, and the option of studying a semester at the UB home campus!

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  • Career Conversations with Alumni
    12pm - 1pm

SIM-UB alumni are part of a worldwide community of more than 255,000 UB alumni. Curious to know how you can benefit from having a UB degree? Hear from our alumni at this segment as they share more about how the SIM-UB experience has helped them in their careers and postgraduate studies.



  • Program Consultations, 9.30am - 2pm
  • Sharing by Students & UB Alumni Association, 9.30am - 2pm
  • MBTI Profiling Seminar, 1pm - 2pm
    (Limited seats - sign up onsite from 9.30am onwards!)
  • Campus Tours, 1.15pm & 2pm
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*T&Cs: While stocks last. SIM reserves the right to change the gift without prior notice. Gifts are for non-SIM students and must be redeemed personally at the event from 1pm-2.30pm.

Note: Photos and videos taken during the event may be used for publicity purposes.

Information updated as at 23 May 2018.