As a student at Raffles Institution, Andrew sat for 11 subjects for the GCE O- Level Examinations, obtaining 9A1s, A2 for Malay and a B3 for Higher Chinese. He completed his GCE A-Levels at Raffles Junior College, attaining a perfect score of 9 distinctions. He was selected to represent Raffles JC in the National Economics and Fund Management Quiz and won first prize (team). He was also Chairman of the Economics and Current Affairs Society and represented the school in Fencing. Passionate about public debates, he won the NUS Vice Chancellor’s Shield and the Hwa Chong Debate Invitational and consistently ranked among the top 15 speakers in Singapore. He obtained 2320 on his SAT and a perfect 1600 for SAT Subject Tests.
Andrew read Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) at St Hugh’s College, Oxford on full scholarship from the Singapore Government, obtaining distinctions at the First Public Exams and at the Final Examinations. He was awarded an Academic Scholarship by the University and won the John Hicks Prize for Best Paper for Microeconomics Finals in Oxford. At Oxford, he was President of the Malaysian and Singaporean Students’ Association (OUMSSA). He also co-founded the Capitox, one of the largest student finance societies in Oxford currently, and organized the inaugural Oxford Investment Banking Conference with the Said Business School. He was Secretary of the St Hugh’s Basketball team and played floorball for the University in the Universities League. He then completed his masters in International and Development Economics at Yale, achieving 5 distinctions out of 8 modules.
He is passionate about learning and has picked up Muay Thai and Korean in recent years. He loves swimming, basketball, and reading.
Bianca has had a multicultural educational background. She was enrolled in SJKC Lai Meng in the centre of KL for her primary school education. After which, she gained the best grades in her year in Garden International School Kuala Lumpur of 12A* 1A for her O Levels. She also won an academic scholarship to study A Levels in Benenden School, a top-tier UK boarding school, which was granted to the top 15% of students only. Bianca then achieved straight A*s and As for A Levels. She was co-head of the Benenden Law Society during her time there. Bianca read Law at Balliol College, Oxford. During her time there, she was a member of the Oxford University Ballroom Dancing team, where only the top 20 couples were members. She has also won international competitions across the ballroom dances, and dabbles in salsa and argentine tango. She speaks 4 languages (English, Mandarin, Malay and Spanish), and 2 Chinese dialects. She is passionate about health and wellness – she believes in active living, health optimization and reads naturopathic medicine books.
Fung is a trilingual Chinese-Malaysian whom graduated from a British international school with 10 A*s in her IGCSEs, straights As for her A-levels and 2000 on her SATs. She graduated with a B.A. in Psychology from UC Berkeley, and even studied abroad in Sydney in 6 months. Fung is an individual that has no qualms in trying new things, and often dives into new challenges with gusto. She has dabbled in the realms of ballet and ballroom dancing, piano and ukulele, taekwondo and horse-riding; she has even worked as a freelance model, a cafeteria dishwasher and a clinical laboratory research assistant. But perhaps most important is that Fung has an undeniable passion to help others: she is a member of AWAM (All Women’s Action Society, Malaysia), a non-profit organisation that fights for women’s rights and in college, Fung administered and led a student-run class that provided physical therapy that combined yoga and traditional massage to help disabled members of the community. Moreover, she has even travelled to China and Thailand to teach elementary school children English, and volunteered to tutor Myanmar refugees in Malaysia.