Alumni

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Once a Ram, Always a Ram!

 

We’re excited to connect you to our network of alumni (former students, faculty, and staff) from all over the world, who all share something in common with you     your time at AISG.

The connection between the school and our alumni should not end on graduation day. Even though you may have moved on, we hope AISG continues to hold a special place in your heart.

We’re thrilled our alumni are pursuing their passions, making the world a better place, and serving as incredible role models for our current Rams.

Thank you for helping AISG become a leader in international education and making us so proud.

 

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Your connection to AISG community doesn't end with graduation. Update your contact information to learn more about alumni activities, publications, and news.

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We encourage you to get involved in our alumni events and help us reach out to others. We’d love to connect with you online through one of our alumni social media pages so that we can share your success stories with the AISG community and keep you up to date with news of upcoming alumni events, information about the alumni program, details for planning a visit back, and more!

 

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“My father taught me all I know. Rather than discouraging me from becoming a musician, he encouraged me to do whatever made me happy. That’s how it started.”

--Brandon Bott, Class of 2015, Student at Northern Illinois University

“It's ok to be different. It's ok to have different interests. It's really, really great to have a passion for something. If you want to perform, if you want to be a musician, a singer or an actor then you should work on that. Put all your effort into doing what you can, to get to where you want to be... You can always learn more. The more you know, the better you get, and the more fun it becomes. “

--Pippa Rous, Class of 2016, Student at Newcastle University

"I never realized how many opportunities I got at AISG until I went to university and met friends who had a very different experience with their schooling. China Trips... Travelling to Korea for APAC Choir... That's an awesome thing. Not many people can say they've had those experiences at school.”

-- Natalie Lim, Class of 2014, Student at University of New South Wales

"My years at AISG helped me realize that I enjoy communicating with people and organizing events, making the school a welcoming and entertaining place for students. "

 -- Lynn Maekawa, Class of 2017, Student at Keio University

Blockchainer - Fruzan Nijrabi

 

Class of 2013

While many people still don't understand what blockchain is, Fruzan has finished her Master’s thesis on Entrepreneurial Opportunities in Blockchain from The University of Manchester. Fruzan has recently returned to Guangzhou and has given us some insights on the innovation and tech trend. 

Child Development Researcher - Frances Chang

 

Class of 2012

After completed a Masters in Human Development and Psychology at Harvard, Frances joined the Early Childhood Innovation Network of Washington DC as a Research Specialist. Frances' interest in psychology began in high school when she first took IB Psychology here at AISG. Her experience in community service has also helped to guide her to where she is today. 

Founder & Director of 9212 Data - Nina Schneider

 

Class of 2009

Nina has recently established 9212 Data LLC, a consultancy focused on impact assessment and sustainability reporting. Prior to starting her own company, Nina is an experienced data analyst already having served in the United Nations for 3 years. She enjoys multivariate statistical analysis and envisions an ideal world with smart data.  

 

Alumni Events

AISG hosts networking events and your fellow alumni host reunions all over the world. Make sure you get invited to events by keeping your contact information up to date.

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