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AAA - Singapore PSC Scholarship Selection Criteria
Accountant-General’s Department
Agency for Science, Technology and Research
Agency for Science, Technology and Research (BS)
Agency for Science, Technology and Research (MBBS - PhD)
Agency for Science, Technology and Research (PhD)
Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority
Alpha Kappa Alpha Financial Need Scholarship USA
Australia Endeavour Awards
Beat The GMAT Scholarship USA
British Chevening UK Scholarships
Building and Construction Authority
Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore
Defence Science & Technology Agency ( DSTA )
Do Something Awards USA
Economic Development Board
Government of Singapore Investment Corporation
Housing and Development Board
Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore
Jardine Foundation Scholarship Award
Land Transport Authority
Lee Kuan Yew Scholarship
Maritime and Port Authority
Ministry of Defence (Academic Scholarship)
Ministry of Defence (DMS)
Ministry of Defence (Local Medicine Scholarship)
Ministry of Defence (Local Study Award)
Ministry of Defence (SAF Merit Scholarships)
Ministry of Defence (SAF Overseas Scholarship)
Ministry of Education (EMS)
Ministry of Education (MOE Teaching Award)
Ministry of Education (MOE TS)
Ministry of Foreign Affairs ( MFA )
Ministry of Health
Ministry of Home Affairs
Ministry of Information , Communications and The Arts ( MICA )
Monetary Authority of Singapore
National Parks Board
Public Service Commission (Local Merit Scholarship - Medicine)
Public Service Commission (Overseas Merit Scholarship)
Public Service Commission (Scholarships)
Public Service Commission China Scholarships
Public Utilities Board
Singapore Airlines
Singapore Land Authority
Singapore Power
Singapore Sports Council
SPRING Singapore
ST Engineering Ltd
Tan Ean Kiam Postgraduate Scholarship
 
The Official Good MBA Guide
Aalto University, Finland ( formerly known as Helsinki School of Economics)
BI Norwegian School of Management / NTU
HEC Paris and NUS Double Degree MBA
Heriot Watt University MBA
INSEAD MBA
James Cook 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
Temple University EMBA Singapore
The University of Adelaide MBA
The University of Hull EMBA Singapore
UCLA and NUS Double MBA
University of Northumbria MBA
University of Birmingham MBA
University of Bradford MBA
University of Manchester MBA
University of Newcastle MBA
University of Nottingham MBA
University of Strathclyde MBA
Cardiff Metropolitan University MBA
 
Featured Executive Programs in Asia-Pacific
 

Executive Certificate in Organisational Leadership
The Effective Manager Program is a premium leadership training program for highly-motivated managers and team leaders who would like to accelerate their leadership development. Participants will gain confidence and a new perspective as they learn how to lead and manage others. The specially-designed curriculum will help participants to gain insights into the roles and responsibilities of a manager, diagnose their current situation and build skills and capabilities for their critical function by understanding key management concepts and tools. This leadership training course is highly interactive and inspiring and participants will learn in a peer environment through discussions and exercises focusing on Asian workplace scenarios and global best practices in leadership and management.

 
 

Executive Certificate in Strategic Negotiation
Based on an executive learning model and packed with practical ideas, The Strategic Negotiator® Program is a blended conceptual and hands-on negotiation skills training course in Asia aimed at people who would like to be a better negotiator personally and professionally. In fact, Harvard University’s research suggests that all great leaders share a key quality: the ability to negotiate.
Participants will gain the skills, insights and competencies required for negotiation at all levels regardless of industries and organizational contexts. They will learn important negotiation concepts, strategies and skills, how to develop negotiation power and how to become more influential in all kinds of business and social interactions.

 
 
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  • Speech by Mr Hawazi Daipi at the Opening Ceremony of the 2015 Hwa Chong Asia-Pacific Young Leaders Summit
  • Speech by Mr Heng Swee Keat at the 2015 A*Star Scholarship Award Ceremony
  • Extending subsidies to families of children with dyslexia

    Response

    Over the years, a range of provisions targeted at language and literacy support, including dyslexia remediation, have been made available to students in mainstream and government-funded Special Education (SPED) schools.

    The MOE-Aided Dyslexia Association of Singapore Literacy Programme is one example and this Programme is specifically designed to meet the needs of mainstream school students with no other special educational needs. The financial assistance scheme for this Programme is thus provided only to eligible mainstream school students.

    SPED schools have various programmes in place to provide customised literacy support for their students. For example, since 2011, MOE has worked...

  • Renaming the Institute Of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) to the ISEAS - Yusof Ishak Institute

    The Ministry of Education (MOE) will be tabling the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies [ISEAS] (Amendment) Bill for its Second Reading in Parliament.

    The Bill primarily seeks to effect the renaming of the Institute to the “ISEAS - Yusof Ishak Institute”, as announced by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong at the 2014 National Day Rally. This is to honour Mr Yusof Ishak’s significant contribution to the nation’s development, especially in his role as the first President of Singapore through Singapore’s difficult early years. One of the preeminent figures in our pioneer generation, Mr Yusof stood for the values that underpin...

  • Institute Of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) (Amendment) Bill Second Reading Speech
  • Scholarships awarded to international students

    Response

    The annual number of scholarships awarded to international students at the undergraduate level has come down in recent years. Since 2012, about 900 such scholarships are awarded each year.

    The scholarships include school fees, and typically include accommodation and some allowances. The annual cost per scholarship is about $25,000 on average.

  • Private education institutions (PEIs)

    Response

    The Private Education Act (“the Act”) was enacted in 2009 with the primary aim of protecting the interests of students, by setting basic standards in corporate and academic governance, strengthening student fee protection measures, and requiring private education institutions (PEIs) to disclose key information on courses and teachers.

    Any PEI that has been found to have contravened the requirements of the Act can have its registration period shortened, suspended or cancelled. Since 2009, CPE has received a total of 526 complete applications for renewal of registration, of which 8 were rejected. Separately, 4 PEIs have had their registrations cancelled because...

  • International students on scholarships

    Response

    Since 2012, about 68% of international students on undergraduate scholarships have graduated with second upper class honours or better. This is comparable to the performance of Singaporean scholarship holders studying at the local universities. It is also higher than the overall percentage of students graduating with second upper class honours or better, which is about 38%.

    Mr Yee asked how these figures compare with that of PSC scholars. There is no good basis for comparing as the number of PSC scholars is extremely small and they undertake their studies in a variety of top-tier universities, both local and overseas.

    The basic grade...

  • Foreign students

    Response

    In 2014, around 3,650 international students in the 2014 matriculation cohort in the polytechnics and autonomous universities received the tuition grant. Upon graduation, international students work in Singapore to supplement our labour force.

    Faculty-level employment information for international students is not readily available. However, on average, 8 in 10 international students who received tuition grant in our polytechnics and autonomous universities are either working in Singapore after graduation, or have been granted approval by MOE to defer their service obligation to pursue further studies. For the remaining international students, some are in the midst of seeking deferment approval, and...

  • Waiver of national examination fees

    Response

    From 2015, MOE will waive the fees for the four national examinations, namely, the PSLE, GCE “N”, “O” and “A” level examinations for Singapore Citizen students in Government-funded schools. The waiver will apply as long as the student is still studying in a Government-funded school, including those who qualify to repeat their examinations as school candidates.

    For Singapore Citizens taking the national examinations as private candidates, the waiver of fees will not apply.

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