TAN Leong Chye
Leong Chye pursued Bachelor of Science in Economic, Finance & Banking at University of Portsmouth, UK; and currently reading MSc Finance at University of Portsmouth, UK
It is easy to decide that you want to study abroad, but it is challenging to navigate your way through the whole host of information on institutions around the world. ASA’s professional and friendly team helped me make this formidable task much easier. The ASA staff also helped me better understand the different application processes of various countries and guided me to a successful admission. Thank you, ASA!
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Tan Chelsea
Chelsea pursued Undergraduate Pathway – Science or Natural Resources at INTO Colorado State University, USA; and currently at Colorado State University, USA reading Bachelor of Business (Management and Psychology)
Hi, I'm Chelsea from Malaysia. CSU is a really great school and the people here are really nice! I highly recommend the INTO programme for international students as it helps us to get used to the study style and environment here in the United States. And believe me, it's VERY different from most countries. I've personally gained a lot of knowledge and experiences that would not have been possible back in my home country at all. Hope to see you soon! Go Rams!
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Wan Yi pursued Grade 12 Express Programme at Bronte College Canada; and currently at University of Waterloo, Canada reading Actuarial Science
I am certainly fortunate to being able to experience six months of awesome study life in Bronte College Canada. Express Grade 12 classes weren’t as taxing as expected simply because our teachers and librarians were there for us during or even after school; just to help us excel in our studies. I found it easier to concentrate on my studies there as the routine was pretty similar every day. It was definitely a different experience studying in Bronte as friends there live as a family. Residence Dons in Bronte were very friendly and approachable. Read more

Apart from that, I had lots of fun throughout my six months there. Everything went quite smoothly. I also got to take part in many activities. I am quite sad to leave Bronte as it was definitely the most memorable six months of my life.

ASA counselors helped me a lot in transitioning into Bronte College as there were so many documents to prepare and the application process was rather complicated. I am grateful that the counselors were very responsible and helpful in supporting us students who are going overseas to study.

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TAN Weiken
Weiken pursued A-Levels in Abbey College Cambridge, UK ( Been awarded scholarship by Abbey DLD); and currently at University of Bristol, UK reading Medicine.
Studying abroad was a first for me when I was attending Abbey College Cambridge. Everything was a new and different experience – the environment, the climate, the people, the food and the lifestyle. Despite that, it was not difficult to get used to these changes. During my time in Abbey College, I met many wonderful friends and caring teachers who would always be happy to lend a helping hand or to just hang out with. Abbey College has also given me the foundation and preparation needed to be accepted into the university that I’ve always wanted – University of Bristol. Read more

My first year in Bristol was easier for me as I was more prepared and ready to take on university life. Making new friends is always enjoyable but meeting old friends in a country so far away from home is something else. It is indeed a small world after all. The lecturers in my university, without a doubt, are very passionate in assisting students in their studies and helping them achieve their goals. Overall, I truly enjoy studying in the United Kingdom and all the extraordinary experiences that come along with it – all of which have been possible because of the guidance and help from ASA.

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