About Us

About Us

About Us

 

The University of the Philippines Alumni Association (Singapore) is a non-stock, non-profit association organized in 2003 for the primary purpose of bringing together the UP Alumni in various parts of Singapore. The organization seeks to devote its efforts to the advancement of the UP Cause and Ideals as well as pioneer in the identification, conceptualization and implementation of projects for the benefit of the UP campus and the community at large.

Our Vision
We, alumni from various academic units of the University of the Philippines currently residing and/or working in Singapore, voluntarily unite ourselves to form a chapter of the UP Alumni Association in order to strengthen our capacity as a global community of institutions of higher learning.

Our Mission
The Association has the following objectives:

  • To provide for organized alumni assistance to the University in the fulfillment of its mission as an academic institution;
  • To coordinate projects and activities that benefit University students and University alumni;
  • To help strengthen the University to play its vital role in the development of the Philippine society and of the Filipino nation;
  • To promote the welfare of Filipinos in Singapore and members of the Association; and
  • To provide opportunities for members of the Association and graduates of other universities to meet one another and provide facilities for interaction and exchange.
Are you a UP alumnus residing and/or working in Singapore? Join us then!

Please email membership (at) upaas (dot) org

Or you may initiate your membership by submitting your application online here: Membership Form. Tell us something about yourself that will help us expedite your application, like the UPAAS member who referred you, what you do in Singapore, or what your favorite pet or song is!

The Membership Committee will contact you once your application is received. We look forward to having you aboard!

Have you any feedback about our website?

Please write to infocom (at) upaas (dot) org. Thank you for visiting our site.

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