To what extent has our liberal foreign labour policies contributed to the low salaries of graduates?
Why aren’t alarm bells ringing if 4 in 10 graduates can’t find full-time jobs?
“Lifelong learning” is as relevant today as it was 30 years ago in 1987
Most of the jobs growth in the last decade went to foreigners, is it worth to upgrade?
Should higher education community take QS rankings seriously?
To what extent has the up to 300% increase in foreign students’ fees “forced” them to hit at least 10-year highs in new citizens and new PRs granted last year?
Growing number of foreigners are finding it tougher to find places in local schools for their children; while foreign students take up about 35% enrollments in public universities.
Facing the shifts in education system, we must keep changing to meet the challenges.
Singapore’s education system came out tops in Asia, but hardly any of the job growth went to true-blue Singaporeans in the last two years.
Compared with the fame of the public university, private institutes continue to bear the label of mediocrity, is it the time for us to reconsider the condition that private institutes are facing.