Implementing “Week 7” at Yale-NUS College, Singapore: A Pedagogical Experiment Beyond Disciplinary Boundaries
Yale-NUS College, a new liberal arts college in Singapore, was established in 2012 as a collaboration between Yale University and the National University of Singapore. Its innovative curriculum, integrated residential life, and professional experiences represent an integral part of the education at Yale-NUS College. Its vision as a liberal arts college “In Asia, For the World” is an outcome of its distinctive curriculum, which covers Asia and the rest of the world in the arts, social sciences, and sciences.
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