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Alumni Chat for Seniors

Sharing university tips and experiences with current students.

We are always grateful to alumni who choose to share their experiences and mentor our current students. In January, ASB seniors were fortunate to have alumni share university tips and experiences about life after ASB on campus and virtually. Organized by our HS Student Life Coordinator, Ms. Monica Villanueva, and the alumni relations office, Grade 12 students heard first-hand about IB and university application processes and tips to ease the transition from school to university from alums currently studying in Spain, The Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Much appreciation to high school advisors for facilitating and alums mentioned below (in alphabetical order) for their time and insights. It is extremely impactful for students to hear and learn from their peers. Thank you to all!

Joe Alkubeh ‘ 21, Business Administration, ESADE
Mariana Araujo ‘21, Political Science, University of Amsterdam
Mateo Bockmann ‘22, Economics and Political Science, McGill University
Yuchan Choi ‘21, Mechanical Engineering, Northwestern University (currently completing his mandatory military service in Korea)
Pol Codina ‘21, Business Administration, ESADE
McKenna Fellman ‘22, Pharmacology, University of Leeds
Marina Fernandez ‘21, Psychology, University of Amsterdam
Martí Sales ‘21, Global Governance, Economics & Legal Order, ESADE
Vincent Muratet ‘18, History/Education, University of Glasgow
Marina Volchok ‘21, Medicine, Trinity College Dublin

Check out more photos from the different sessions in our photo gallery below - registration required. Once a Lynx, Always a Lynx! 

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