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Shattuck-St. Mary's School: A prestigious American boarding school now in Johor

(Aug 27): Parents today demand quality education for their children. This has given rise to the establishment of numerous premier private schools in Malaysia.

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From Garage to Empire

SINGAPORE (Aug 17): Up until two years ago, Felicia Chua was a self-professed “tech idiot”.

Learning

SAP signs MoU with polytechnics and SkillsFuture to launch tri-sector education programme

SINGAPORE (July 23): Global enterprise software corporation SAP on Friday morning signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Singapore’s five polytechnics and SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) to l

Learning

NTU Singapore partners Maybank to set up Wealth Management Academy

SINGAPORE (June 25): The Wealth Management Institute (WMI) of National Technological University Singapore (NTU Singapore) and Maybank Group have signed a strategic partnership to establish the Mayb

M&A

Chip Eng Seng to acquire up to 75% stake in US education consulting firm

SINGAPORE (May 21): Chip Eng Seng (CES) is planning to acquire up to 75% in Pennsylvania-based American Scholar Group (ASG) for US$1.5 million ($2 million).  

Careers & Training

Ngee Ann Polytechnic partners London's CFTE to launch AI in Finance course

SINGAPORE (Apr 24): Singapore’s Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) is partnering London-based Centre for Finance, Technology and Entrepreneurship (CFTE) to launch a new AI in Finance (AIF) course.

Singapore Budget

Students to benefit from enhanced financial assistance schemes

SINGAPORE (Feb 19): Starting from Jan 2019, annual Edusave contributions for each Singaporean primary and secondary school student will be raised to $230 and $290, respectively, from $200 and $240

New training programme to prepare accounting & finance professionals for the future

SINGAPORE (Oct 11): CPA Australia has partnered Singapore’s NTUC and Employment and Employability Institute (e2i) to launch a new training programme for accounting and finance professionals.

Building a ‘Smart Nation’ in Singapore doesn't come cheap

SINGAPORE (July 12): Schooling isn't cheap in Singapore: not just for citizens, but for the government too.

Is Hong Kong or Singapore a better city for expats?

HONG KONG (June 29): In the race to lure talent for global firms’ regional headquarters, Hong Kong and Singapore have long been neck-and-neck.

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