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Sunday, August 07, 2005
Singapore Education Destination
The quest for new vistas of education
"Indian institutions here are growing beyond expectations"
Striking an upbeat note on Singapore's attractiveness as an educational centre, Kenneth Tan, Director, Headquarters, Education, Environmental and Professional Services Cluster, Economic Development Board (EDB), outlines the latest scenario. Excerpts from an interview with Mr. Tan:
Living and learning, Singapore style
Destination Lion City for a career in arts or the hotel industry or post-graduate education in logistics
A young Indian student leader's laudable effort
Vrutika oversaw one of the largest-ever fundraisers for tsunami victims
Borderless education is the motto at MDIS
Borderless education of international standing is promised by the Management Development Institute of Singapore. Excerpts from an interview with MDIS secretary-general R. Theyvendran:
Academic system: a blend of eastern and western models
Articulate, committed and passionate about their academic endeavours, Indian students thrive in the environment around them
A unique pathway from Singapore to Canada
This comes as a wonderful opportunity to all those who are looking for a world-class degree from one of those prestigious institutes in Canada with the icing on the cake, which is to study in Singapore and in Canada. The Canadian International ...
Stansfield Business School, now in Chennai
"We chose Chennai as it has very good infrastructure, a pool of talented people and is closest to Singapore"
The one-stop shop
Education in Singapore has become just a call away. The Singapore Study Centre, one of the leading education consultants, established in April 2003, makes this possible. As an independent wing of AEC business school, it is a joint venture ...
What they say...
I chose Singapore because it is diverse and offers a multi-cultural study environment. It also offers a cutting edge curriculum and an impressive pool of intellect in faculty and students. Tejpal Singh, The Logistics ...
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