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The Definitive Asia-Pacific & Middle East MBA Guide 2014/15
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
INSEAD 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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  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.
 
     
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  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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  • Ministry of Education Appoints 52 Principals in 2014

    The Ministry of Education (MOE) will be appointing 52 Principals at the Appointment and Appreciation Ceremony for Principals, which will be held on 30 December 2014. Of these, 20 are newly-appointed Principals. (Please refer to Annex A for the details.)

    Principals are key to shaping and strengthening the culture and ethos of our schools. They lead and inspire teachers, and work with parents and the community to help students discover their strengths and pursue their passions.

    The appointment is an important milestone for the 20 newly-appointed Principals as they assume major responsibilities as leaders in education. For the 32 serving...

  • Speech by Mr Heng Swee Keat at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Alumni Homecoming - Alumni Night
  • Speech by Mr Heng Swee Keat at the Malay Youth Literary Association (4PM) Bestari Award Ceremony 2014

    It gives me great pleasure to join you at 4PM’s Bestari Award presentation ceremony for outstanding Malay/Muslim students from the Institute of Technical Education (ITE).

    ITE- 4PM Partnership

    ITE and 4PM have been working closely for more than a decade, developing the potential of many ITE students. One exemplary product of their partnership is the Project Bestari ITE, or bITE. bITE enhances the learning of our ITE students through their participation in service-learning projects in the community. Under the ambit of this project, ITE students have the opportunity to reach out to the under-privileged in our society. For example, 65 students from...

  • Opportunities for students to participate in various sports in school

    Response

    MOE promotes sports as it is an important platform for the holistic development of students.

    All students participate in sports through their Physical Education (PE) lessons. In addition, one-third of them participate in sports Co-curricular Activities (CCAs) where they play sports recreationally or compete in inter-school competitions.

    Because of its importance, Sports has been made available to every student through PE lessons. The 2014 PE Syllabus develops the fundamental movements and strength of primary school students, which allow them to participate in modified games. At the secondary level, they learn at least six physical activities and take...

  • Wide range of sports CCAs for students

    Response

    Co-Curricular Activities (CCAs) including sports CCAs, provide a natural platform for character development, whilst allowing students to pursue their talents and passion.

    MOE does not set Key Performance Indicators for schools in CCAs. Schools had earlier been recognized for sustained performance in the aesthetics, uniformed groups, sports and academic domains, but these awards have since been removed to give more emphasis to best practices. In addition, with the revised co-curricular recognition system for students implemented from 2014’s Secondary One cohort onwards, students are recognized for their balanced development in the co-curriculum. Under this new framework, students can receive recognition for...

  • Speech by Ms Sim Ann at the Asia Pacific Breweries Foundation Scholarship for People With Disabilities Award Presentation Ceremony

    It gives me great pleasure to join you this morning to celebrate the successes of some bright young individuals amongst us. I am very proud and inspired by their achievements and I am sure their loved ones are too.

    Education is an important enabler and the Ministry of Education is committed to building a strong education system and providing an appropriate education to develop all our students. Students with physical disabilities are supported and have access to quality education, regardless of their physical challenges.

    We have enhanced the support for students with disabilities in our institutes of higher learning (IHLs)....

  • Calibrating homework load for students in Primary and Secondary schools

    Response

    Students and teachers have found homework to be useful for checking whether students have mastered concepts and skills, and are able to apply them to different contexts. Generally, parents and students appreciate the importance and value of homework. However, to be effective, the amount of homework has to be calibrated appropriately, taking into account factors such as the learning needs and abilities of students, which can vary considerably among students. Therefore, professional judgment needs to be exercised by each school and teacher. Our schools are also mindful that students also need to have time to bond with...

  • Student suicides over last 10 years

    Response

    Youth suicides, and indeed any form of suicides, are painful to family members. Suicides among our students are also painful for our teachers and their fellow students. They often occur due to a combination of reasons. These include family problems, relationship difficulties, difficulties in coping with challenges, and mental health issues.

    In the last ten years, the suicide rate in Singapore has fluctuated from year to year within a certain band. Statistics published by the birth and death registry of the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) indicates that from 2004 to 2013, the number of suicide cases...

  • Trained teachers for Physical Education lessons in Primary schools

    Response

    All teachers teaching Physical Education (PE) in primary schools have received basic training to be able to conduct PE safely. Such training included school-based professional development and training in basic first-aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the use of the automated external defibrillator.

    Beyond these basic skills, MOE hopes to equip all our teachers teaching PE with additional knowledge and skills in motor development, movement concepts and physiology to ensure high quality planning and development of learning tasks. With better training in instructional methods specific to PE and deeper content knowledge in the various learning areas that are taught in primary schools, such...

  • Appreciation of Singapore history

    Response

    The study of Singapore history is a staple in the History and Social Studies curriculum. All Primary school students learn about Singapore’s past through Social Studies. Lower secondary students study Singapore history in a 2-year syllabus. As Singapore celebrates our 50 years of nationhood, the Ministry agrees with the need to deepen students’ appreciation of Singapore’s past.

    The new lower secondary history curriculum focuses on Singapore’s history, starting from its early beginnings in the 14th century and moving on to the pre-colonial period. Students go on to learn that pre-colonial Singapore was a part of the global network, and developed as...

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