The Straits Times' Communities platform has won a prestigious industry award for its unique interactive brand of microsites that get readers published alongside journalists.
Eleven leading accounting firms have partnered with the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) to host students in its first work-study programme.
The 14-year-old Singapore Sports School student took the silver in the girls' 10m air rifle event at the Fangshan Shooting Hall on Tuesday morning.
Mr Roy Lim, 57, now draws a five-figure salary every month as a shipyard manager at Keppel Fels.
When Mr Abu Bakar joined Keppel Shipyard in 1990 as a diploma holder, he never thought he could rise to become a chief executive officer.
Two top Institute of Technical Education and polytechnic graduates with perfect grade point averages were cited by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong last night as examples of men with great character and resolve.
The public service can and will do more in offering more career opportunities for those without degrees, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said in his National Day Rally address.
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong stressed in his rally yesterday that a university degree need not be the only route to a fulfilling career for young Singaporeans.
Every week, Madam Dorothy Han works five days at Keppel Fels' shipyard in Gul Road, and spends three nights studying in a classroom at Ngee Ann Polytechnic.
Singapore Management University (SMU) students are so keen to take up internships that some are going on up to six during their four years of study - even though they are required to do only one.
25 were students awarded the Lee Kuan Yew Scholarship to Encourage Upgrading (LKY-Step) award, presented to ITE and polytechnic graduates who excel in their schoolwork and co-curricular activities.
Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) has bought a stake in pre-school and enrichment provider MindChamps Holdings. This marks the media company's first investment into the education business.
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SINGAPORE - ITE and polytechnic graduates will get a big boost to help them match their skills to the right jobs and move up, with the setting up of a tripartite committee chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam.
All 78 are Singaporeans, with most having scored three As or more at the A levels, or near perfect International Baccalaureate scores.
Work-study scholarships aim to develop innovative, skilled engineers
Interviews being conducted here; one university has held talks in Singapore schools to publicise offerings
Twenty-one out of 94 schools were left oversubscribed on Wednesday, with the possibility of a ballot next Tuesday.
For those who are not familiar with the school system here, E-learning days means pupils do not have to go to school but are supposed to complete some online assignments at home.
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