Welcome to yearningforlove. This site serves as a diary of sorts for me. Though most of the contents are factually accurate, some content in the site, however, may be scripted to comedic, satirical or even emotional effect and hence may not reflect my actual sentiments. All rights are reserved to the relative sources for all images found on yearningforlove and I meant no disrespect if one finds my articles offensive.

Name: Aaron Wee

Relationship Status: What do you think?

Alma Mater: Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University (August 2012 – July 2015), Jurong Junior College (January 2008 – December 2009), Fuhua Secondary School (January 2004 – December 2007), Shuqun Primary School (January 1998 – December 2003)

Aspirations: To become a published writer, journalist, successful businessman

Likes: Manchester United, Football, Good Food, Swimming, FC Dynamo, Debating


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2 responses to “About

  • audrey

    Hi just stumbled upon your blog while i was trying to learn more about NBS as im deciding between nbs/nus biz school. May I know how is school like/what made you choose ntu and not nus?

    • yearningforlove

      Hi Audrey, I’m assuming you’ve completed your A’s/Diploma and waiting to be enrolled into university this coming August?
      If I may ask, what stream (Arts or Science) did you do in JC or what major did you read in Poly?
      Personally, for me I chose Business because I was an Arts student in JC. Took Literature, History and Econs as my H2 subjects, which were very heavy in essay writing. I didn’t have much science nor mathematics background, and I didn’t want to take humanities as the industry in Singapore is pretty small in that field (unless you want to go into civil service or academia), so a business degree was the most logical choice as it is largely viewed as a generic degree.
      As to why I chose NTU and not NUS, there were a few deal breakers.
      1) Location. I stay in Jurong West, so NTU’s just a stone’s throw away. There are days where I’ll just hop on my bike and cycle to school. Saves me transportation costs and time spent on the road.
      2) Duration of studies. NTU’s (single) degree for NBS is 3 years long (plus direct honours), compared to NUS or SMU, which is 4. If one is willing to “chiong”, can even complete within 2.5 years. I nearly managed that, but didn’t quite plan my calendar quite properly, so ended up having to spend my last semester completing my final two S/U modules but thus had time to do a part-time private internship. https://yearningforlove.wordpress.com/2015/04/30/intern-annals-terrapinn/
      3) I was offered USP enrollment at NTU. Another reason why I chose NTU was that I was invited to join the pioneer batch of USP in NTU. This program allows for a multi-disciplinary approach to one’s curriculum as the student has to take modules that bridges across his/her disciplines. http://www.ntu.edu.sg/usp/Pages/default.aspx
      These were the 3 major factors which made me leaned towards NTU instead of NUS/SMU. However, there is nothing to say that NUS or SMU do not have their pros in it. All depends on how you weigh your concerns regarding your university life. SMU for example, has a very different education style from the rest, which can make one stand out from the conventional. My advise is to take your time and slowly decide what each school can offer, and if they meet your requirements and personal fulfillment.
      Should you require more information or advice, don’t hesitate to contact me again, and I’ll respond as soon as I can:)

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