The inaugural Yale-NUS class has now graduated and over 60% of them already have jobs or graduate school admission offers. Some of the graduate schools the inaugural class will be attending include Cornell, Harvard, University College London and Tsinghua University in China. Of those who accepted jobs, nearly a quarter are going into consulting, another quarter into public service with education the third most popular option attracting 14%. (The remainder took positions in start ups, banks, tech firms and other miscellaneous industries.)
While this is a bit lower than peer schools such as the National University of Singapore (NUS) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU), it should be noted that NUS and NTU statistics are derived from the annual Ministry of Education survey, which is conducted six months after students graduate. Because Yale-NUS is a younger school graduating its first class, its 60% statistic was calculated before graduation.