Small cohort size
Our small cohort sizes mean a more interactive and productive learning environment, with opportunity for students to interact with faculty. Many of our students join a lab to do a small research project during their undergraduate years.
At ASE we believe in the importance of applying classroom skills in real world scenarios, be it a volcano, a coral reef, or a rain forest. Our field programmes provide the opportunity for students to conduct real field surveys, gaining skills and understandings from applying them in real world scenarios. During the pandemic our field programmes have been rearranged to take place in and around Singapore.
ASE is a small and welcoming school, made up of faculty from diverse backgrounds and academic disciplines. The open, dynamic and collaborative working environment makes it an exciting and fun place to study. Our undergraduate student and alumni associations are active and engaged, arranging activities on a regular basis.
Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Environmental Earth Systems Science (EESS)
In this undergraduate programme, regardless of specialisation, students will gain a strong background in supporting mathematics and science subjects, modern computing techniques, and the fundamentals of Earth systems science.
Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Environmental Earth System Science and Public Policy and Global Affairs (ESPP)
This double major programme prepares students for a career and leadership role in both public and private sectors in Singapore as well as in the Asian region.