s’pore’s links with hebrew university

S’pore’s links with Hebrew University Singapore’s links with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem began as early as 1922, when one of its founders, Albert Einstein, was in the Republic raising funds for the institution. Israel has the largest number of high-tech start-ups after the United States and there are more than 5,000 …

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tourism a big hit among students

Tourism a big hit among students Local polytechnics, which offer diploma courses to prepare students for university and work, will be increasing their intake sizes and offering more service industry-related courses in anticipation of a staffing shortage when the integrated resorts and new hotels open in the next three to …

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queen margaret university to open singapore campus

Queen Margaret University to open Singapore campus United Kingdom tertiary institution Queen Margaret University will be opening its Singapore Campus in April. The institution is popular for its hospitality and tourism management courses. However, it will also be offering business management degrees and is looking into introducing courses in banking and finance …

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international school opens in the east

One World International School opens The 44th international school opens in Singapore to offer foreign-system curricula to students aged three to eleven. One World International School, started by Mumbai-based businessman Nishant Garodia, will be headed by Noel Hurley, who was for seven years the principal of the Australian International School’s …

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singaporean youths exposed to the intricacies of policy-making in singapore

First public policy competition held in Singapore Singapore’s Public Service Division organised the first public policy competition to expose students to the intricacies of policy-making. Through this competition, some 400 undergraduates from National University of Singapore (NUS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Singapore Management University (SMU) proposed ideas on handling …

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singapore’s a*star offering attachments to students from foreign universities

A*STAR offers student attachment programmes from overseas Research attachment to promote greater collaboration between two communities Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) recently signed an agreement to allow students from the UK’s University of Sheffield to complete a 2-year attachment at the agency. This is to promote greater …

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singapore schools making use of cutting technology for learning

Singapore students can soon integrate cutting-edge technology into their educational experience Singapore’s Education Ministry, together with four other private companies, has invested in new technologies to facilitate learning in classrooms. Soon, Singapore students will use cutting-edge technologies such as Global Positioning System (GPS) that are integrated seamlessly into their educational …

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