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Year after year, Singapore’s students and universities consistently top international rankings, reflecting the nation’s dedication to educating its citizens. But learning doesn’t just take place at universities or polytechnics. Even after graduates enter the workforce, continuous reskilling and upskilling is needed to remain competitive in a rapidly evolving job market, a need even more keenly …

These are the countries which recorded the largest shares of outbound flows of tertiary students. More than five million students are studying abroad as of 2019. These ten countries are where most of these students come from, according to the data from the United Institute for Statistics (UIS), the official statistical agency of the United …

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) has maintained its standing among the top echelons of the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings. NTU is ranked 13th internationally, and achieved its highest position in citations per faculty, an indicator of its research impact, soaring 11 places to rank 25th. The latest QS World University Rankings results …

Graduates of the National University of Singapore (NUS) achieved strong employment rates and earned higher starting salaries in 2019, according to the Joint Autonomous Universities Graduate Employment Survey (JAUGES) 2019. The JAUGES 2019 was jointly conducted by NUS and the other Autonomous Universities. Professor Ho Teck Hua, NUS Senior Deputy President and Provost, said, “We …

The Singapore Management University (SMU) hosted the inaugural ASEAN University Network-Technology-Enhanced Personalised Learning (AUN-TEPL) Symposium on 27 February 2020. Originally scheduled to be held at SMU comprising many overseas educators from the AUN+3 network, the symposium was moved to an online platform so more could access and participate in it. A total of over 100 educators from 51 universities …

Apart from a breathtaking airport and mouth-watering cuisine, Singapore is also the place to be for science, history or art junkies. Singapore has an interesting history and you can learn a lot of interesting facts and insights by visiting some of the museums here. Here are ten of the best Singapore museums you should not …

Singapore ranked second place across all areas in the 2018 edition of the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). Methodology The PISA study measured three areas: Reading, Mathematics, and Science. According to PISA, apart from determining what the students know, they also want to see what the students can do with what they know. For …

Compared to older age groups, Singaporeans in their 40s today are more educated, better able to find jobs, earn more, save more, and live longer and healthier years. These are some of the key findings in a new MOF report on socio-economic outcomes of Singaporeans born in 1940 – 1979. Improved Education Educational attainment levels …

When she was a teenager, Andrea Francke attended Schnupperstudium, or “Taster Week”—an event aimed at high-school girls to give them a taste of what it’s like to study computer science and work in the industry. That moment changed the course of her life. “As a teenager, Schnupperstudium was a game changer for me. That’s when I …