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Dear valued alumni,

SMSANZ is hoping to collate data regarding where our graduates go after graduation. The information will be pivotal in advising MOHH on the demand for housemanship and residency positions by overseas Singaporeans. This allows for proper estimation to ensure availability of job positions for returning graduates.

Thus, we hope you can fill up this form and encourage your fellow alumni members to do so as well:

Thank you!Dear Alumni, we are looking to gather some information regarding where our graduates go after graduation.

This data is extremely important as it is shared with MOHH and used in their projections for the demand for housemanship and residency positions from overseas Singaporeans. Accurate information is needed to provide better estimates and ensure adequate jobs for all returning graduates. As such, it would be great if you could please assist with filling this to the best of your abilities and encourage your fellow Alumni members to fill this in as well.

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Your personal information will only be collected for the purposes of future contact and statistical analysis, and will not be divulged to any other party. If there are any questions regarding this poll, please feel free to contact us at:
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Hello everybody, thank you for coming great for Meddies’ Dinner today! We hope that you had a blast of a time enjoying all the types of food that was prepared this time round such as spring rolls, sweet and sour pork, fried rice and noodles! For those who were busy or unavailable during this period, there is always another opportunity next semester!

Special thanks to Central Equity and OSU for sponsoring the event, as well as the wonderful organising committee who has prepared this event and Ee Lynn for the great photographs!
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