EVENTS & NEWS
April 3, 2018
Amelia Teng, The Straits Times
The survey showed that 79 per cent of fresh private school graduates were employed within six months of finishing their examinations. PHOTO: ST FILE
SINGAPORE - Fresh graduates from private schools continue to fall behind their counterparts from public universities, even as more of them are doing part-time work, a surve...
December 25, 2016
In a class last month, Primary 5 pupils at Woodgrove Primary School mulled over a mathematical puzzle unlike any standard problem sum.
The puzzle read: "Take any two-digit number, reverse the digits and subtract the smaller number from the larger number - what can you say about the results?"
"Try as many numbers as you l...
October 21, 2016
SINGAPORE - The private education sector is set for a major shake-up with new measures to better protect students and make information more transparent for them.
Among the new requirements are making it compulsory for private education institutions (PEIs) offering degrees to take part in an annual graduate employment su...
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47% of private students find full-time work 6 months after graduation, compared with 78% for public university grads