You made it.
Congratulations on your graduation.
You have spent three years attending lectures, going for tutorials, mugging for exams and spent countless sleepless nights doing your assignments. It’s over! You made it.
You’ve graduated but this is not the end of learning.
Your graduation is a milestone in your development in the profession that you were trained for, but this is just the beginning of learning. In the past three years, your lecturers and tutors have designed a curriculum that ensures that every lesson and topic is properly scaffold for ease of learning. But the learning in the real-world will bring other dimensions to your professional field. There are no more “A”s or “D”s in the real world. You are either competent, or you are not.
Always be a student of life. You can learn from anyone, in any situation. Seek out the lessons, be quick to listen, volunteer yourself and build your experience.
Your graduation marks the end of a chapter in your life but it is the start of a lifetime of friendships.
The friends you made on campus are more likely to be lifelong friends.
For all those days you’ve spent mugging together, discussing over answer sheets, the laughter you’ve shared and the occasional fights and tears, you have made friends and perhaps some frenemies as well. Cherish those moments and treasure these relationships. Your classmates, your campus friends are likely your lifelong friends.
This is not Goodbye, only a “See you soon”
Yes, you are leaving the campus… for now. But we hope you remember your favorite teachers, your favorite stall at Food Club or your advisor who has walked this path with you for the past three years.
As you start your career, there will be times you will look for an upgrade, we hope you come back to the School where it all started.
When it’s Open House, or Graduation Showcase day or Alumni Homecoming, we hope you’ll come back and support the School again, and tell us of the countless adventures you’ve had.
We are always happy to hear from our graduates.
See you soon,
Director, School of InfoComm Technology