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Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) has disbursed S$1.5 million in financial support to assist students facing hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In April, President Subra Suresh announced the NTU COVID-19 Relief Package to provide immediate help to students facing serious financial challenges due to the global pandemic. To support the Relief Package, NTU also launched new mechanisms …

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 …

The Institute of Technical Education (ITE) and DBS Bank are rolling out an enhanced ITE-wide financial literacy programme to all 27,000 of ITE’s attending students. With ITE rolling out Home-Based Learning (HBL) given elevated Covid-19 social-distancing measures, lessons have been adapted accordingly for students. This year’s iteration expands on last year’s pilot, which involved 10,000 …

All 6 Autonomous Universities (AUs) will freeze tuition fee increases for the Academic Year 2020 (AY2020), for Singapore Citizens1 enrolled in government-subsidised undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. As key national institutions with a public mission, the AUs are committed to ensuring the affordability of higher education for Singaporeans, especially during challenging times. Their move is in line …

The Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) will be extending a Community Grant to its students who are non-scholarship and financial aid recipients to help defray the cost of an SUTD education, starting this academic year. In SUTD, we are committed to ensure that no deserving Singaporean student is denied access to our programmes …

Singles’ Day is around the corner — it is the perfect time to restock on your school supplies, there’s a lot of great deals during this time. Here are some of the best school accessories that you can get for way less in Singles’ Day. Keep Tidy & Organised: New Office Student’s Pen Pouch & …

All upper primary school students in Singapore will soon have to undergo a mandatory 10-hour coding program, said the country’s minister for communications and information, S Iswaran. The pilot program will begin this year at selected schools targeting students who have finished their Primary School Leaving Examination. It will be rolled out to all Primary 4 …