President’s Welcome Message
Dear LSE Alumnus and Friends of the LSE,
The LSE Alumni Association of Singapore (LSEAAS) is an active society that provides various platforms for our alumnus and friends of the LSE to network, gain knowledge and relive their memories of studying at the LSE.
The LSEAAS is your link to fellow alumni, your gateway to the LSE, your "LSE family" in Singapore, and a place you can find the familiar LSE spirit of discussion, debate and drinks!
Please visit our website to help you keep abreast of the latest happenings with the LSEAAS - the many diverse events, membership benefits, news bulletins and career links.
We warmly welcome you to Singapore and hope you will be able to join us at a future event.
Garich Lim Shington, President, LSEAAS Committee
The LSEAAS continues a proud tradition of organising events that are educational, entertaining and a means to maintain our links to The School and each other here in Singapore.
It has also been the platform for which the Singapore LSE Trust Scholarship for undergraduates and postgraduates was launched as an independent initiative.
The LSEAAS is committed to continue organising captivating and special interest events for the alumni to network and make new acquaintances as well as maintain a platform in which friendships and memories developed at the LSE can be shared and rekindled for social and business purposes.
Please also visit: www.lsesingapore.com
the official website of the LSEAAS
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There are approximately 1889 Singaporean Alumni who have studied in London at the LSE. In Sep 1973, the LSE Alumni Association of Singapore (LSEAAS) was formally registered with the Singapore Registry of Societies (0169/1973).
Past luminaries closely associated with the LSE and indeed the LSEAAS from the 1970s through to the 1990s include former Deputy Prime Minister Dr. Goh Keng Swee and Professor You Poh Seng.
The LSEAAS has seen its ups and downs over the years. In 2002, the LSEAAS in Singapore experienced a revival in leadership which has carried on till present day.