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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
 
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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.

 
 

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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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  • More Continuing Education Opportunities for Polytechnic Graduates

    Enhanced Post-Diploma Certificate Courses to be launched to refresh and deepen skills

    As part of the national SkillsFuture movement to provide individuals with opportunities to develop to their fullest potential regardless of their starting points, polytechnic graduates can look forward to refreshing and deepening their skills and knowledge through compressed and enhanced Post-Diploma Certificate (PDC) courses.

    From October 2015, polytechnic graduates from the five polytechnics in Singapore who have graduated from a relevant course of study for at least two years will be able to enrol in such Enhanced PDC courses. These Enhanced PDC courses will help refresh and...

  • Graduation Address by Ms Indranee Rajah at the Temasek Polytechnic Graduation Ceremony 2015
  • Speech by Mr Heng Swee Keat, at the Launch of the Official SG50 Book - Living the Singapore Story: Celebrating Our 50 Years 1965-2015
  • Graduation Address by Mr Heng Swee Keat at the Nanyang Polytechnic Graduation Ceremony
  • MOE's SG50 "Building My SG" Set - Inspiring Students to Know Our Roots and to Build Our Desired Future Together

    To commemorate Singapore’s Golden Jubilee, students have been engaged in a series of learning experiences throughout the year to guide them in reflecting on our journey together, celebrating what makes us Singaporean, and inspiring action to contribute to Singapore’s future.

    “Building My SG” is a set of building bricks that can be used by students in class to construct three iconic Singapore landmarks - Cavenagh Bridge, Changi Airport and Gardens by the Bay - each representing a distinctive aspect of Singapore. Through creative play, the building bricks open many meaningful and creative opportunities for students to learn about these...

  • Special needs children

    Response

    Various agencies are involved in supporting children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) and their parents or care-givers. For children below the age of seven, the Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA) works with the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) and other partners to equip pre-school educators with basic skills to identify children with special needs and learning difficulties, and to raise their awareness of early intervention strategies to assist such children.

    Pre-school children identified as having special needs can be enrolled in support programmes overseen by MSF such as the Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children...

  • AUs' expenditures to support the learning of their students

    Response

    In FY2006, expenditure on manpower was $1.1B, and other operating expenditure was $0.8B. The corresponding figures in FY2013 were $2.0B, and $1.5B respectively. These figures are for the National University of Singapore (NUS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and the Singapore Management University (SMU), which were the only three universities that turned autonomous in FY2006.

  • Funding for the AUs

    Response

    In FY2006, Government funding (including operating and research grants) was $1.9B, and investment income (including income from endowment) was $0.3B. The corresponding figures in FY2013 were $2.8B, and $0.5B respectively. These figures are for the National University of Singapore (NUS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and the Singapore Management University (SMU), which were the only three universities that turned autonomous in FY2006.

  • Student-to-lecturer ratio at AUs

    Response

    For the three Autonomous Universities, i.e. NUS, NTU and SMU, the ratios of average student-to-faculty for full-time faculty, average student-to-faculty for full-time and part-time faculty, and average student-to-non-teaching staff are 17.8, 16.7 and 5.6 respectively in 2013. This is an improvement over the corresponding ratio of 19.3, 18.5, and 8.0 in 20061.

    Data for SUTD and SIT have been excluded as they have only attained the status of Autonomous Universities in 2012 and 2014 respectively.

    Footnote
    1. 2006 is the first year when all three Universities were Autonomous Universities.
  • Addressing intercultural issues and online communications

    Response

    In schools, students are taught about intercultural issues primarily through Character and Citizenship Education but it is also found in a variety of other subjects like English and Social Studies. Younger students learn through stories of our daily interactions with different people in school and the community. As students mature, they discuss and reflect on current and relevant case studies from newspapers and social media, where they are encouraged to consider various perspectives and clarify their values.

    Every year, Racial Harmony Day is specially commemorated in all education institutions to focus on social cohesion and racial harmony. Learning...

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