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What does team building services in Singapore offer

August 1, 2016 | Author: Zoe Gan | Posted in Continuing Education

Team building services in Singapore creates activities that emphasize cooperation and collaboration among people to develop a strong team spirit and ensuring it to evolve into a stronger organization. Team bonding companies in Singapore design customized programs that: 1) Improve trust 2) Increase effective communication 3) Develop strategies for overcoming obstacles 4) Identify strengths that …

What is the NTU master plan for the next 15 years?

SINGAPORE: The Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has unveiled an ambitious masterplan to transform its Yunnan Garden campus into a mini city in the next 15 years. There is even a possibility of having a light rail system leading into the university. The NTU’s masterplan includes provisions for a possible light rail system, which it hopes …

What is the impact on a growing child if 1 of the parents have a degree?

January 24, 2011 | Author: huiping | Posted in College University, Continuing Education, Educations, Parenting, Teaching

SINGAPORE : Students from families with at least one or both parents being university graduates are likely to have a better learning environment. The correlation was evident in statistics released when Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew visited Dunman High School on Monday. Mr Lee also assured non-Chinese students that promoting the learning of the Chinese …

Fee hikes at polys, ITE and universities

THE three universities, five polytechnics and Institute of Technical Education (ITE) announced separately on Friday that they will raise tuition fees for the academic year starting this year. The institutions all said the increased cost of providing a quality education has forced the fee hikes which, as with previous hikes, will be bigger for permanent …

What is the possibility of higher pay for poly graduates?

SINGAPORE: The starting pay for fresh polytechnic graduates rose 5.3 per cent last year, to an average gross monthly salary of S$1,871. Post-National Service (NS) diploma holders earned an average gross monthly salary of S$2,183, an increase of about 2.5 per cent from 2009. During the economic downturn in 2009, post-NS diploma holders’ gross average …

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