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Aalto University, Finland ( formerly known as Helsinki School of Economics )
Anglia Ruskin University MBA
Arcadia University MBA
BI Norwegian School of Management / NTU
CQ University MBA
HEC Paris and NUS Double Degree MBA
Heriot Watt University MBA
James Cook University MBA
Lancaster University MBA
Murdoch University MBA
Nanyang Technological University MBA
National University of Singapore and Peking University MBA
National University of Singapore MBA
Northwestern University / HKUST EMBA
NTU and Norwegian School of Business EMBA
NTU and Shanghai Jiao Tong University
NTU and Waseda University Double MBA
NUS Asia – Pacific Executive MBA
NUS, Korea University and Fudan University MBA
Queen Margaret University MBA
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey MBA
S P Jain School of Global Management EMBA
Singapore Management University EMBA
Southern Cross University MBA
Temple University EMBA Singapore
The University of Adelaide MBA
The University of Hull EMBA Singapore
UCLA and NUS Double MBA
University at Buffalo MBA
University of Northumbria MBA
University of Aberdeen MBA
University of Birmingham MBA
University of Bradford MBA
University of Chicago MBA
University of Manchester MBA
University of Newcastle MBA
University of Nottingham MBA
University of Strathclyde MBA
Cardiff Metropolitan University MBA
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  Glyndwr University MBA for Working Executives  
  Develop 21st century management skills with innovative MBA programs from Wales' newest university named after 15th century Welsh prince Owain Glyndwr. For your career advancement, the dynamic university offers Master of Business Administration, MBA in Accounting & Finance , MBA in International Business , MBA in Human Resource Management and MBA in Marketing. Contact TEG International College at Tel: 65-6334-0004 now for full details on these top-notch MBA programs from Glyndwr University in Wales UK.  
  National University of Singapore MBAs  
  NUS Business School offers these top MBA programs:
The NUS MBA, The NUS-Peking MBA, The NUS- Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy Double Degree MBA, The S3 Asia MBA with Fudan University and Korea University and The NUS-HEC Paris Double Degree MBA.
  Top-ranked American MBA by Arcadia University Pennsylvania  
  Founded in 1853, the Arcadia University is a Tier-1 American university which is internationally recognised and accredited. The university offers an Accelerated 12-month part-time Master of Business Administration program for high-achieving business executives and professionals with 3 optional concentrations - Leadership, Finance and Entrepreneurship.


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  • Results of 2014 Singapore Cambridge General Certificate of Education Advanced Level (GCE A-Level) Examination

    Of the 14,185 students who sat for the 2014 Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education Advanced Level (GCE A-Level) Examination as school candidates, 12,963, or 91.4%, received at least three H2 passes, with a pass in General Paper or Knowledge and Inquiry.

    School candidates have been issued their result slips by their respective schools from 2.00 pm today.

    Private candidates will be notified of their individual results by post. They will also be able to access their results online (using the password provided to them) via the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board website at http://www.seab.gov.sg from 2.00 pm today.

    The Singapore-Cambridge GCE...

  • All Primary Schools to Benefit from School-Based Dyslexia Remediation Programme in 2016

    The Ministry of Education (MOE) has further expanded the School-based Dyslexia Remediation (SDR) Programme to 60 more primary schools in 2015, to now cover 121 primary schools, or two-thirds of all primary schools. Another 290 students are expected to benefit from the programme in the additional 60 schools. This is on top of the 1,510 students who have benefited from the SDR since 2012. The programme will be made available to all primary schools in 2016.

    First piloted in 2012, the SDR programme is a two-year intervention programme for Primary 3 and 4 students. Students with weak language and literacy...

  • Speech by Mr Heng Swee Keat, Minister for Education at The Boys' Brigade 85th Anniversary Celebration
  • Presence of CCA Teachers at Training Venues


    CCA is an integral part of students’ holistic education. Through CCA, students discover their interests and talents while learning life skills, values and socio-emotional competencies.

    CCA activities are supervised as schools are concerned about the safety and well-being of students. The degree of supervision may vary depending on the circumstances. As an example, for overnight or out of school CCA activities, CCA teachers will be present to provide more immediate response should somebody be injured. It would not be prudent to leave the duty of care fully to the external CCA provider.

    As far as possible, schools will...

  • Sharing of School Sport Facilities


    The Ministry of Education partners Sports Singapore (SportSG) and the People’s Association (PA) to share sports facilities in schools with the community outside of school hours. Newer sports facilities, such as the indoor sports halls (ISH), are designed with community sharing in mind.

    School sports facilities are made available to the community in partnership with SportSG and PA based on the demand for such facilities. This year, more than half of our schools are involved in the arrangement to share their facilities, allowing the community to have access to about 150 school fields and 75 indoor sports halls.


  • SkillsFuture: iN.LAB

    An Innovation Lab known as iN.LAB will be set up by the Singapore Workforce Development Agency’s (WDA) Institute for Adult Learning (IAL), at the Lifelong Learning Institute. iN.LAB is a key initiative under the SkillsFuture Council’s drive to promote technology in learning and propel innovative learning design and delivery, so as to enhance learning experience and efficacy. It will provide a conducive environment to support Continuing Education and Training (CET) partners and practitioners in their efforts to cultivate collaboration and experimentation, build capabilities and establish network to develop innovative learning solutions that would benefit learners and the CET Community.


  • SkillsFuture: Sectoral Manpower Plans

    The Sectoral Manpower Plan (SMP) is a key initiative under SkillsFuture that brings together employers, unions, education and training providers, trade associations and the Government, to project future skills needs and set out a systematic plan to develop those skills in the local workforce. It takes a sectoral and forward-looking approach to developing the skills needed for our economic and social sectors.

    What are the objectives of a SMP and what will a SMP include?

    The SMP seeks to achieve three key objectives at the sectoral level:

    • To identify the current and future skills needs1 for the sector and quality jobs...

    • SkillsFuture: SkillsFuture Mentors

      SPRING Singapore will work with partners in key sectors to build up a pool of SkillsFuture mentors who will help SMEs develop the potential of their workforce.

      SMEs play a key role in developing the skills mastery of our workforce as 70% of our workers are employed by them. However, given their relatively small employment size, SMEs often face challenges developing internal training competence.

      SkillsFuture mentors will help SMEs implement measures to deepen the skills of their workforce, and help their supervisors and managers develop their coaching skills; mentors will also provide feedback to the employer and trainee in this...

    • SkillsFuture: SkillsFuture Leadership Development Initiative

      The SkillsFuture Leadership Development Initiative aims to support aspiring Singaporeans in developing the necessary capabilities to take on increased roles and responsibilities in their respective companies.

      The initiative recognises that for an individual to take on leadership and managerial roles, having the requisite work experiences and competencies is essential. The individual would also need to be exposed to key global or regional markets and critical business functions.


      To ensure that these individuals are able to access relevant developmental opportunities during their careers, the Government will support companies which are keen to create and/or enhance in-house programmes...

    • SkillsFuture: SkillsFuture Fellowships and Employer Awards

      The establishment of the SkillsFuture Jubilee Fund was announced by the Prime Minister in November 2014 to kick-start support for the SkillsFuture movement and to mark the SG50 celebrations. The Fund will comprise donations from employers, unions, the public and the Government. This broad-based involvement signifies everyone being a stakeholder; and the Government will provide a dollar for dollar matching grant for donations raised.

      The Fund will be used to give out SkillsFuture Fellowships, to recognise and develop Singaporeans with deep skills, typically acquired through significant work experience in the same industry/occupation. The Fellowships will help them achieve skills mastery...

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