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EDUCATION GUIDE 2006/07


FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

EDUCATION GUIDE 2006/07


FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Education Services Division


Singapore Tourism Board
1 Orchard Spring Lane, Singapore 247729
Tel: (65) 6736 6622 Fax: (65) 6736 9423

Singapore Education Services Centre


NOT FOR SALE

(YMCA Building)
1 Orchard Road, #01-01, Singapore 238836
Tel: (65) 6831 3764 Fax: (65) 6337 6322
Email: singaporeedu@stb.com.sg

Every effort has been made to ensure that the information


in this guide is accurate at the time of publication -
March 2006.

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SET YOUR SIGHTS
HIGH
Education bristles with life in Singapore. A premier knowledge hub, it
attracts a convergence of progressives and learning institutions,
enriching its diverse learning pathways. Fostering a vibrant exchange
of ideas. Opening the minds of the learner and the learned to even
wider perspectives. It is a city where the ideas of the future mingle
with the ways of tradition. Culturally inspiring. Intellectually enriching.
It is in a class of its own.
DIRECTOR’S MESSAGE CONTENTS EDUCATION GUIDE 2006/07
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Planning for an overseas education is more than


choosing the right course and institution.
You will have to make many decisions which you
might often take for granted at home.
Deciding where to stay, how to commute to school,
where to dine and how to make new friends, affect the
overall education experience you are about to receive.
You would thus want to ensure that you have all the 02 DIRECTOR’S MESSAGE
necessary information to help you make the right
decision. 04 STB OFFICES WORLDWIDE

06 SPREADING WINGS
The SINGAPORE EDUCATION Guide for International Ms Magdalene Lee Singapore. The Global
Students aims to help you answer questions concerning Schoolhouse 06
studying in Singapore, such as: Director Singapore’s Education System 12
Education Services Division
• The Singapore Education system Singapore Tourism Board
• The courses and opportunities available
38 LIFE BEYOND
THE CLASSROOM
• Living and learning in Singapore
Accommodation 38
• Application and financial matters Out-of-School Activities 43
Where we are not able to provide the details, we have
44 MAKING PREPARATIONS
provided references to authoritative sources of information
How To Apply 44
that could help. Do spend some time reading through this Finances 54
guide carefully so that you can make an informed decision on Immigration 57
the course of study and the choice of institution. We have also Health Matters 65
listed some questions you would want to ask of your student
agent, if one is used, or of the institution. 66 GLOSSARY

Apart from this guide, the SINGAPORE EDUCATION website 67 INDEX OF SCHOOLS
carries information in a variety of languages. You can access 75 SCHOOL LISTING
the website for the latest information. Please visit us at
www.singaporeedu.gov.sg. 169 LOCATION MAPS
An overseas education is more than attending classes and 177 INDEX OF COURSES
rushing for assignments. Making new friends, learning about
a different culture, discovering new places and gaining a 195 COURSE LISTING
fresh perspective about oneself, can be a very enriching and
rewarding experience… one that you will remember for life.

Your first step to this transformation begins here.


STB OFFICES WORLDWIDE
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HEAD OFFICE INDONESIA REPUBLIC OF KOREA PHILIPPINES OCEANIA


Singapore Tourism Board Singapore Tourism Board Singapore Tourism Board
SINGAPORE 27th Floor - Suite 01/02 9th Floor Young Poong Building 17th Floor, 6788 Ayala Ave AUSTRALIA
Singapore Tourism Board Menara Bank Danamon 33 Sorin-dong Chongro-ku 1226 Makati City, Manila, Singapore Tourism Board
Tourism Court Jln Prof. Dr Satrio Kav E IV/6 Seoul, Republic of Korea Philippines Level 11, AWA Building
1 Orchard Spring Lane Mega Kuningan, Jakarta 12950, Tel: (82-2) 399 5570 Tel: (632) 813 0946/4968 47 York Street
Singapore 247729 Indonesia Fax: (82-2) 399 5574 Fax: (632) 813 6585 Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia
Tel: (65) 6736 6622 Tel: (62-21) 5799-2276 or Email: info@visitsingapore.or.kr Email: stbphils@pacific.net.ph Tel: (61-2) 9290 2888 / 9290 2882
Fax: (65) 6736 9423 (62-21) 5799-2279 Fax: (61-2) 9290 2555
Fax: (62-21) 5799-2271 PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA VIETNAM Email: stb-syd@stb-syd.org.au
For Singapore Education related Email: STB_indonesia@stb.gov.sg Singapore Tourism Board Singapore Visitors Centre
enquiries: Level 20, Room 2003 Central Plaza 3rd Floor NEW ZEALAND
Tel: (65) 6831 3764 Singapore Tourism Board 18 Harbour Road Saigon Tourist Department Store Singapore Tourism Board
Email: singaporedu@stb.com.sg Grand Angkasa International Hotel Wanchai, Hong Kong SAR 35 bis - 45 Le Thanh Ton Street, (Marketing Representative)
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Touristline: 1800-736 2000 (toll-free Tel: (62-61) 456 6649 Emai: stbhk1@hknet.com Fax: (84-8) 827 7648 Manukau City, Auckland 1702
in Singapore) Fax: (62-61) 456 6650 Email: visitsingapore@hcm.vnn.vn New Zealand
Email: stb_visitsingapore@stb.gov.sg Email: STB_indonesia@stb.gov.sg Singapore Tourism Board Tel: (64-9) 262 3933
Website: visitsingapore.com Rm 1005, Shanghai Kerry Centre UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Fax: (64-9) 262 3937
JAPAN 1515 Nanjing Road West Singapore Tourism Board Email: stb.auckland@xtra.co.nz
ASIA Singapore Tourism Board
Osaka City Air Terminal (OCAT),4F
Shanghai 200040
People’s Republic of China
Crowne Plaza Commercial Tower,
19th Floor, Unit 1901/02 ,
INDIA 1-4-1, Minato-machi, Naniwa-ku Tel: (86-21) 5298 5688 Sheik Zayed Rd, Po Box 62425, EUROPE
Singapore Visitors Centre Osaka 556-0017, Japan Fax: (86-21) 5298 5388 Dubai, United Arab Emirates GERMANY
Ispahani Centre Tel: (81-6) 6635 3088 Email: stbsh@cn.visitsingapore.com Tel: (971) 4 329 0898 Singapore Tourism Board
123/124 Nungambakkam High Road Fax: (81-6) 6635 3089 Fax: (971) 4 331 2177 Hochstrasse 35-37
Chennai, 600 034, India Email: info@stb.or.jp Singapore Tourism Board Email: dubai@stb.gov.sg
Jian Wai Avenue, Unit 1202 - 1205 60313 Frankfurt, Germany
Tel: (91-44) 4213 9995 Tel: (49-69) 920 7700
Fax: (91-44) 4201 2200 Singapore Tourism Board West Tower of LG Building
8th Floor, Chiyoda Building Beijing 100022 Fax: (49-69) 297 8922
Email: chennai@stb.gov.sg Email: info@stb-germany.de
1-6-4, Yuraku-cho, Chiyoda-ku People’s Republic of China
Singapore Tourism Board Tokyo 100-0006, Japan Tel: (86-10) 5879 3388
Manek Lodge, No. 85, Tel: (81-3) 3593 3388 Fax: (86-10) 5879 3666 - UNITED KINGDOM
Fax: (81-3) 3591 1480 Greater China office Singapore Tourism Board
First Floor, Above HDFCBank
Email: info@stb.or.jp (86-10) 5879 3616 - 1st Floor, Carrington House
Hughes Road (N S Patkar Marg)
Northern China office 126-130 Regent Street
Mumbai 400 007, India
MALAYSIA London WIB 5JX, United Kingdom
Tel: (91-22) 2380 220/03/06
Singapore Tourism Board TAIWAN Tel: (44-20) 7437 0033
Fax: (91-22) 2380 2207
Ground Floor, Menara Keck Seng Singapore Tourism Board Toll-free Tel: (08080) 656565 (in UK
Email: mumbai@stb.gov.sg
203 Jalan Bukit Bintang Unit H, 6th Floor, Hung Tai Center only)
Singapore Tourism Board Kuala Lumpur 55100, Malaysia 168 Tun Hwa North Road Fax: (44-20) 7734 2191
Block F, Ground Floor Tel: (60-3) 2142 7133 Taipei 105, Taiwan Email: info@stb.org.uk
International Trade Tower, Fax: (60-3) 2148 7133 Tel: (886-2) 2718 5280
Nehru Place
New Delhi 110019, India
Email: info@stb.org.my Fax: (886-2) 2719 1049
Email: stbtpeinfo@seed.net.tw
THE AMERICAS
Tel: (91-11) 4168 3070/71/72 Singapore Visitors Centre USA
Fax: (91-11) 4168 3073 Level 2, Mk 2-05 THAILAND Singapore Tourism Board
Email: delhi@stb.gov.sg Johor Bahru City Square Singapore Visitors Centre 4929 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 510
108 Jalan Wong Ah Fook Level 2, Unit F2-09/F2-10 Los Angeles, CA 90010, USA
Johor Bahru 80000, Malaysia United Center Building Tel: (1-323) 677 0808
Tel: (60-7) 222 3355 323 Silom Road, Bangrak Fax: (1-323) 677 0801
Fax: (60-7) 222 2939 Bangkok 10500, Thailand Email: losangeles@stb.gov.sg
Email: information@stb.org.my Tel: (66-2) 630 4774/5/6
Fax: (66-2) 630 4773 Singapore Tourism Board
E-mail: stbbkk@truemail.co.th 1156 Avenue of the Americas,
Suite 702, New York, NY 10036, USA
Tel: (1-212) 302 4861
Fax: (1-212) 302 4801
Email: newyork@stb.gov.sg

SINGAPORE
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SINGAPORE I came here when I was ACHIEVEMENTS They were declared world champions in
18 and Singapore has IT and were also champions in the IT-PC
THE GLOBAL SCHOOLHOUSE Well known for its stability, efficiency, & Network Support and IT-Software
shaped me into who I connectivity, and high education standards,
Singapore is a premier education hub which provides Applications categories.
am today. The tutors Singapore consistently does well in
excellent education opportunities for local and international
students alike - from preparatory education to
here are very committed international competitions and rankings: Preparatory education
postgraduate programmes. Singapore offers students an and very active in their • At the 36th International Physics Olympiad
international perspective and also diversity of options, in research, and they make Singapore held in Salamanca, Spain, in 2005,
an environment that is inspiring and conducive to sure students really • Top-ranked Asian country in the Economist Singapore was placed 5th out of 74
education. understand. In terms of Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) Quality of Life Index participating countries.
2005, which ranked the world’s best places
Singapore provides high quality of teaching and research. environment , Singapore • At the 36th International Chemistry
to live and work.
From an internationally recognised public school system provides you with an Olympiad held in Kiel, Germany, in 2004,
which features a distinctive and effective bilingual policy • Named the World’s Most Globalised Nation the four students who represented
ideal environment to do in the A.T. Kearney/Foreign Policy Magazine
to world-class local universities, Singapore ensures a Singapore received two Silver and two
comprehensive education environment. More than 16
the things you want to Globalisation Index 2005. Bronze medals in a field of 234 student
leading foreign universities have made their presence here, do. There will not be any • Ranked the 4th Most Vital International Air participants from 65 countries.
either with an Asian campus, or through collaboration with hurdles in terms of a Travel Hubs by the National Academy of • At the 15th International Biology Olympiad
our local tertiary institutions. These include top European lack of facilities or a lack Science in 2005. held in Brisbane, Australia, in 2004, the four
business school like INSEAD and top American universities of know-how. • Rated the Least Bureaucratic Place for doing students representing Singapore received
such as Stanford, MIT among others. Quality private business in Asia by the Political and two Gold and two Silver medals in a field of
schools also add diversity to the education landscape.
Singapore gives you
Economic Risk Consultancy in June 2005. 160 student participants. Singapore came in
all the opportunities. 2nd out of 43 participating countries.
As such, Singapore has attracted top international students • Ranked No.3 in the world for ease of doing
to pursue their studies here. As of 2006, there are more business in the World Bank’s report on • At the 45th Mathematical Olympiad held in
than 70,000 international students from over 70 Naresh Kumar Agarwal Doing Business in 2005. Athens, Greece, in 2004, the six students
nationalities here, forming a strong international student (India) • Ranked No.1 in BERI’s 2005 Labour who represented Singapore received three
community. The cosmopolitan city is also home to more NUS School of Computer, Force Rankings. Silver and three Bronze medals in a field of
than 7,000 multinational corporations and to more than Graduate programme 486 student participants from 85 countries.
90,000 professional expatriates. These, no doubt, add to • Singapore came in 1st in both Mathematics
the cultural vibrancy of Singapore - a country that is
Higher education
and Science in the Trends in International
ethnically diverse - and results in a colourful and inspiring • In the Times Higher Education Supplement Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS)
social fabric. (THES) World University Rankings: 2005, which surveyed the Primary Four and
- National University of Singapore (NUS) Secondary Two students of 49 countries.
Maintaining Singapore’s pre-eminence in education,
was ranked 22nd and Nanyang
the government has also put in place various initiatives
Technological University (NTU), 48th in Sports
in affirmation of its commitment to its goal of making
the world.
Singapore a global schoolhouse. With our excellent • At the 23rd Southeast Asia (SEA) Games
physical infrastructure, convergence of top education - NUS was also ranked 9th in the world for held in the Philippines in 2005, Singapore
institutions and the safe, comfortable surroundings, Technology, 15th for Biomedicine, and won 42 Gold, 32 Silver, and 55 Bronze
Singapore makes for a great destination for pursuing 13th for Social Sciences. medals.
your education. - NTU was ranked 26th in the world • At the 8th Thai Inter Sports School Games
for Technology. held in Ubon Rachatani, Thailand, in 2005,
And at the helm of it all is Singapore Education, a multi-
agency initiative that was established by the Singapore • NUS Business Schoo’s full-time MBA the Singapore Sports School competed in
government in 2003, to make Singapore the choice programme was ranked 92nd in the world, track and field, football, table tennis, and
destination for international students in the region in the Financial Times MBA 2006 ranking. swimming, finishing second in the Overall
and beyond. • Nanyang Polytechnic students won 1st and Medal Standings with 40 Golds, 26 Silvers,
2nd places at the 38th WorldSkills and 15 Bronzes.
Competition 2005 held in Helsinki.
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GLOBAL EDUCATION
Our institutions maintain strong industry links and BILINGUAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
emphasise creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
An example of our commitment to research and Singapore offers students an enriching bilingual environment. While English is the
development is One-North, a multi-billion-dollar project main medium of instruction, students also learn a second language, which may be
where technopreneurs can live, work, play and learn. Chinese, Malay, or Tamil. Students who have the interest and ability can also take up
languages such as French, German, and Japanese in our public schools. Many students
We also believe in lifelong learning. Hence, our also pick up Korean, Bahasa Indonesia, Vietnamese and other Asian languages offered
education system offers professional and skills-based as enrichment programmes.
training for working adults as well. Regardless of the level
of study, students are assured of a fulfilling learning
experience here.

I think one of the misconceptions is that because


Singapore is a small island, a student’s development
would be restricted. Hence, I was very pleasantly
surprised to find a learning environment that is so
dynamic and exciting, much like other learning
capitals in the world, such as Boston in the
United States and London in the United Kingdom.
Here, the curriculum is flexible and gives me the
opportunity to choose the modules I want to take
with the help of an academic advisor for my facul ty.
With more time on my hands, I take advantage of
Singapore’s all-year sunny climate and participate
in sports. I also enjoy playing the violin. Life here is
good. There are many opportunities - you really
have to come and see it for yourself.
In Korea, we speak two languages, English and Korean, and we think it is
good enough. Here, you realise that it is not . People here learn a lot of other
Huang Yan, Catherine languages. These languages are very easy to pick up because we have
(China) friends of other races. We just listen to them and if we take an interest in it ,
NTU, M. Engineering we can understand what they are saying even if we don’t learn how to write
it . I have been doing job attachments at the National Cancer Society, and I
was really surprised that they could speak so many dialects and a number
of Chinese colleagues can converse in Malay too. To them, it’s very normal.
I think that’s a resul t of living in a country with many races. You learn more
than the language. You get to understand and appreciate different cul tures.

Jung Yu Jin (South Korea)


Hwa Chong Institution (College)
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LIFESTYLE
Singapore is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city, where
Chinese, Malays, Indians, and Eurasians live
and work alongside more than 90,000
professional expatriates.
And we enjoy a high standard of living. In fact, the
Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) listed Singapore
as the best place to live and work in Asia.
Singapore is a clean and green garden city, as well
as a food and shopping paradise. We also offer an
unforgettable cultural experience. The recently
opened Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay stages
performances by top international artistes while
ethnic districts such as Little India, Chinatown, and
AFFORDABLE QUALITY EDUCATION Malay Village provide a taste of our rich history
The cost of living in Singapore is significantly lower than that of many developed and culture.
countries. School and tuition fees are affordable and talented students who need
financial aid can apply for scholarships, bursaries, and study loans.
In addition, international students may be offered tuition grants that cover up to 80 I am always amazed by the efficient
percent of their tuition fees in either Diploma or Undergraduate Programmes. If you administration across all levels of public
accept the grant, you will need to sign an undertaking with the Singapore Government and private sectors here. Whenever I need
to either work in Singapore or in a Singapore-owned company overseas for three years to get something done, it is done in no time.
upon completing your course. The work cul ture here makes living and
studying in Singapore a breeze for
international students.
Singapore is suitable for me because the cost of living and studying here is
not as high as in places like the United States. I also like the environment here. With excellent infrastructure and state-of-
I can use Mandarin and English and this makes me feel very comfortable. the-art technology in campuses such as
I found it very easy to settle in. The staff here are very kind and they will help NUS, students here have an opportunity
you at any time. The hostels are also convenient to apply to and they are to receive a world-class education.
comfortable and cosy. You can say it exceeded my expectations. The whole Parents should also be comforted by
enrolment process was very smooth. the fact that crime rates here are one
of the lowest in the world.
Liu Lan, Cindy (China)
NTU, MBA Taberez Ahmed Neyazi (India)
NUS, Ph.D. South Asian Studies
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SINGAPORE’S EDUCATION SYSTEM OVERVIEW


Singapore’s education system offers students of differing interests and aptitudes a GOVERNMENT/GOVERNMENT-
chance to find their niche and realise their potential. AIDED SCHOOL
(4-5 years)
With various pathways starting from pre-school and leading up to the postgraduate Mainstream education
level, you can chart the route that is right for you. JUNIOR
At each stage of your academic life, there are various options that can lead you to COLLEGE
your academic goals: (2 years)
(GCE ‘A’ Levels)
AUTONOMOUS SCHOOL
(4-5 years)
Have greater autonomy to provide
a wider range of innovative and UNIVERSITY
enrichment programmes,
may charge additional miscellaneous fees
CENTRALISED
INSTITUTE
(3 years)
(GCE ‘A’ Levels)

PRE-SCHOOL PRIMARY INDEPENDENT SCHOOL


(3 years) SCHOOL (4 years)
(6 years) Enjoy autonomy in setting their own scale of
fees, admission of students and implementation
(PSLE) of school programmes and administration
POLYTECHNIC
(3 years)
(Diploma)

SPECIALISED INDEPENDENT
SCHOOL (4-6 years)
Cater t o students with t alents in specific fields,
e.g. Singapore Sports School, NUS High School
of Mathematics and Science, and the proposed Arts ITE
School determine their own curriculum and (1-2 years)
programmes t o develop the students’ special abilities
(Nitec/Higher Nitec)

PRIVATELY-FUNDED SCHOOL
(4-6 years)
Provide more choice and variety
for Singapore students
Singaporeans/Permanent
residents likely to comprise at
least 50 percent of enrolment, in
order t o provide a Singaporean
INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS/ PRIVATE SCHOOLS environment
FOREIGN SYSTEM SCHOOLS ADD DIVERSITY TO
OFFER EDUCATION UP TO THE EDUCATION
PRE-UNIVERSITY LEVELS LANDSCAPE
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Pre-school AFTER POST-SECONDARY


• Enter a kindergarten or childcare centre. EDUCATION OR
PRE-UNIVERSITY EDUCATION
AFTER PRE-SCHOOL University
Primary • Enter University after graduating with the
• Enter a public Primary School. necessary qualifications from a Polytechnic,
• Enter an International School. a Junior College, the Centralised Institute,
an Integrated Programme, a Specialised
Independent School, an International
AFTER PRIMARY SCHOOL School, or a Private School.
Secondary • Choose to study at a local University,
• Enter a Secondary School for a four- or five- a leading Foreign University, or a
year programme in one of three courses Private School offering foreign
(Special, Express, or Normal). Degree programmes.
• Opt for a school that offers an integrated
programme that combines Secondary AFTER ATTAINING A
education with Pre-university education. BACHELORS DEGREE
• Opt for a Specialised Independent School Postgraduate
with a specific focus, such as Sports,
Mathematics and Science, or the Arts. • Pursue postgraduate studies at a local
University, a Private School offering
• Enter (or continue in) an International postgraduate programmes or a Foreign
School or a Private School. University with a presence in Singapore and
that offers postgraduate programmes.
AFTER SECONDARY SCHOOL
Post-Secondary
• Enter an Institute of Technical Education
or Polytechnic.
• Enter an Institute of Technical Education and
then a Polytechnic.
• Enter (or continue in) an International
School or a Private School.
Pre-University
• Enter a Junior College or the Centralised
Institute, which is specifically geared towards
preparation for University.

Step into diverse learning pathways offered


by internationally recognised
government universities along with
other foreign learning institutions.
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PRE-SCHOOL
Children aged 3 to 6 may receive Pre-school Education
either at kindergartens or childcare centres.

Kindergartens: Childcare centres:


• Are operated by the private sector, including • Are licensed by the Ministry
community foundations, religious bodies, and social of Community Development,
and business organisations. Youth and Sports (MCYS).
• Are Private Schools that have to be registered with • Usually admit students
the Ministry of Education (MOE). There are Foreign all year round, subject
System Schools that offer Kindergarten Programmes to vacancies.
for children of expatriate parents. Registration periods for
• Provide a structured three-year Pre-school Education Kindergartens and Childcare
programme for children aged 3 to 6. The three-year Centres vary from centre to
programme consists of Nursery, Kindergarten One and centre. Please contact the
Kindergarten Two. individual Kindergartens and
• Usually operate five days a week, with two sessions a Childcare Centres directly
day. The duration of each session ranges from 21/2 to for details.
4 hours.
• Have programmes that generally include learning PRIMARY SCHOOL
activities that develop language and literacy skills, basic
Singapore’s Primary School curriculum has been used as a model internationally,
number concepts, simple science concepts, social skills,
especially for its teaching methods in Mathematics. International students are accepted
creative and problem-solving skills, appreciation of
at Primary Schools depending on the availability of vacancies.
music and movement, and outdoor play.
• Ensure that children are exposed to two languages, Essentially, Primary Education consists of a four-year foundation stage, followed by a
English as the first language and Chinese, Malay, or two-year orientation stage. From 2006 onwards, the number of students in Primary
Tamil as the Mother Tongue. One and Two classes will be capped at 30, to provide each child with more
individualised attention and to ease the transition from Kindergartens where the classes
usually have fewer than 30 children.

Studying here is a unique experience. In Korea, most


of the lessons are taught in Korean. But in Singapore,
the teachers teach in English and Mother Tongue, so I
can learn more languages. It is quite tough for me but
my teachers and my friends have been helping me.
They are very encouraging and caring. And I will not
give up because I believe that my knowledge of English
and Chinese will help me in the future.

Cha Yoo Jin (Korea)


Tanjong Katong Primary School

The young minds are moulded


through fun-filled learning.
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The foundation stage:


• Has a core curriculum
comprising English,
Mother Tongue, and
Mathematics, with
supplementary subjects
such as Art & Crafts, Civics
& Moral Education, Music,
Physical Education, and
Social Studies. Science is
included from Primary
Three onwards.
• Culminates in a streaming
exercise at the end of
Primary Four to place
students in a stream that is
suited to their pace of
learning. Students are
assessed on their
performance in English,
Mother Tongue, and
Mathematics.

The orientation stage:


• Has a core curriculum comprising English, Mother Tongue, Mathematics, Science,
Art & Crafts, Civics & Moral Education, Health Education, Music, Physical Education,
and Social Studies.
• EM1 and EM2 streams have been merged. Schools will advise parents whether their
child is eligible to take Higher Mother Tongue. Schools have the flexibility to integrate
EM3 students with those from the other classes. These changes give schools greater
flexibility to organise their students to achieve the best educational outcomes.
• Culminates in the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE), an examination that
students sit for at the end of Primary Six. The PSLE assesses their abilities for entry
to Secondary Schools and which stream (Special, Express, or Normal) they are most
suitable for. Generally, students sitting for the PSLE (other than those selected for
discretionary admission - see Admissions section under ‘Secondary School’) choose
their Secondary Schools after the release of the PSLE results. The results are amde
known soon after the last day of the school year. Students are given six choices, and
posting results are released before 25 December. Posting is based on merit and
choice. Parents and students are encouraged to select schools that best meet the
students’ learning needs.
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Singapore Sports School National University of For information on


The Singapore Sports Singapore High School admission to NUS High
School (SSS) is a specialised of Mathematics School in 2007, log onto
school that provides a and Science www.highsch.nus.edu.sg
conducive academic and (NUS High School) You can also download
training environment for curriculum information
talented youth athletes. The National University of from http://www.highsch.
Officially launched in 2004, Singapore High School of nus.edu.sg/files/Curriculu
the school is located in a Mathematics and Science m.pdf.
SGD75 million complex (NUS High School) is a
in Woodlands. specialised, six-year high
school that emphasises
Proposed Arts School
The SSS focuses on critical thinking, independent A specialised Arts School
combining sports and learning, problem-solving, for youths aged 13-18 is
education and offers a currently being developed.
writing, and research and
modular curriculum that The school will provide
enables students to juggle excellence in science and
technology. The school has both an academic and an
their studies and the arts curriculum in an open,
demands of training and a broad-based curriculum
and uses innovative multi-disciplinary, and
competition. Students live
five days a week on the teaching methods in the cross-cultural learning
7-hectare campus and take technology-rich classrooms. environment, so that youths
a four- or five-year course, with the interest and the
Singapore’s Secondary Schools teach students to be analytical and The school aims to
critical and are highly regarded the world over. at the end of which they sit talent can realise their full
prepare students for higher creative potential.
for the GCE ‘O’ Level
examination. Students can education and to nurture
dynamic and well-rounded Arts School students
offer up to nine subjects in would graduate after six
SECONDARY SCHOOL the Upper Secondary individuals who will pursue
years with an International
levels, depending on their the highest standards in
In general, Secondary Education takes four to five years and the curriculum includes sports schedule and Mathematics and Science. Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma,
English, Mother Tongue, Mathematics, Science, and the Humanities. academic achievement. Leveraging on the pool of which qualifies them for
lecturers and specialists in entry into both local and
There are several types of schools at the Secondary Level: The fully-equipped SSS has overseas universities to
NUS, the school is able to
• Government and Government-aided schools (four to five years) provide a Sports Science Academy, provide extensive coaching pursue both arts and non-
mainstream education. where a biomechanist, an for gifted and motivated arts degrees.
• Autonomous Schools (four to five years) have greater autonomy and provide a exercise physiologist, two
students who are interested
sports psychologists, a
wider range of innovative and enrichment programmes. in specific fields.
physiotherapist, a strength
• Independent Schools (four to five years) set their own fees and admission criteria and conditioning coach, a In addition to its well-
and also implement their own programmes. sports trainer, a nutritionist, equipped laboratories,
• Specialised Independent Schools (four to six years), namely the Singapore Sports and a nurse monitor the the school also has a 700-
School, the National University of Singapore High School (NUS High School), and growth and development seat auditorium, an
the proposed Arts School, cater to students with specific talents and interests. of the student sportsmen, observatory, and an on-
These schools set their own curricula and programmes, which lead to recognised ensuring that they perform campus hostel. The campus
qualifications that can be used to gain entry into post-secondary institutions at their best.
is located in Clementi, close
and/or universities. For more information on to NUS, and students are
• Privately-funded Schools provide additional education choices that lead to recognised the SSS, download their encouraged to tap into
qualifications which can be used to gain entry into post-secondary institutions FAQ from http://www. NUS’s extensive resources.
and universities. sportsschool.edu.sg/sssw
eb/sss/SssMgrServlet?pTa
sk=Faq With so many inspiring
places to explore, studying
in Singapore is not
confined to the classrooms.
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Different courses of study at the Secondary level:


• The Special course (four years) is offered under the Special Assistance Plan to the top
10 percent of PSLE students. It aims to enable students to be effectively bilingual in
English and Chinese and to inculcate traditional values. The course leads to the
Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education Ordinary (GCE ‘O’) Level
Examination, in which students are typically offered seven to eight subjects. Students
may be offered up to ten subjects depending on ability.
• The Express course (four years) also leads to Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate
of Education Ordinary (GCE ‘O’) Level Examination, in which students are typically
offered seven to eight subjects. Students may be offered up to 10 subjects depending
on ability.
• Normal course students may opt for either the Academic or Technical stream and sit
for the Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education ‘Normal’ (GCE ‘N’) Level
Examination after four years of study. Typically, students from the Normal (Academic)
stream are offered six to eight subjects at the GCE ‘N’ Level Examination. Those in the
Normal (Technical) stream are typically offered five to seven subjects at the GCE ‘N’
Level Examination. Normal course students may progress to the fifth year of Secondary
education if they do sufficiently well at the GCE ‘N’ Level Examination. At the end of
this fifth year, they will sit for GCE ‘O’ Level Examination. If their GCE ‘N’ Level
Examination results do not qualify them for the fifth year, they may opt for a technical
and vocational education at an Institute of Technical Education (ITE).
Special, Express, and Normal course students who have completed their Secondary
School education progress to Junior Colleges, the Centralised Institute, Polytechnics,
Institutes of Technical Education, or Private Schools based on their interests and GCE ‘O’
Level Examination results.

I don’t think I am studying much harder in


Singapore in terms of the curriculum content.
However, classes here force us to think more
critically about the issues we learn from
textbooks. Therefore, application of knowledge
has become a way of life in school.
I get a lot more opportunities here, and I have
become involved in a number of school-based
and external team activities. This has given me
a chance to explore aspects of myself and
stretch my potential further. Yes, there is
pressure. But it is a feel-good pressure because
there is a lot more teamwork and you feel that
you belong and are committed to one goal—
which is to receive a good education.

Tan Chang Yung (Malaysia)


Victoria Junior College
Secondary students are channeled to their fields of interest to prepare them for the bigger challenges ahead.
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Other programmes in Secondary Specialised learning institutions such as the


Schools: Singapore Sports School encourage students
to develop their special abilities.
• The Integrated Programme (six years)
provides a seamless education where
students progress from Secondary to Pre-
university education without having to sit
for the GCE ‘O’ Level Examination. The
Integrated Programme is aimed at students
who can benefit from a less structured
programme. Meant for clearly university-
bound students, the programme is designed
to engage students in broader learning
experiences and to develop their creative,
critical thinking, and leadership abilities.
• The Bicultural Studies Programme
(Chinese) is a four-year programme from
Secondary Three to Pre-university Two. In
addition to Higher CL, students can offer
electives such as Chinese history and
Chinese philosophy.
• The Elective Programme in Malay Language
for Secondary Schools (EMAS) is offered
to students who take Higher Malay.
• The Malay (Special Programme) and
Chinese (Special Programme) allow
students to study a non-native language as
a third language. It is currently open to the
top 30 percent of the PSLE cohort who
meet the language criteria. From 2007, the
criteria will be lifted and all Secondary One
students will be allowed to study a non-
native language as a third language.
• The Foreign Language Programme offers
students from the top 10 percent of the
PSLE cohort the chance to study French,
German, or Japanese, as a third language.
• The Art Elective Programme (AEP) prepares
students for the GCE ‘O’ Level Art examination.
• The Music Elective Progamme (MEP)
prepares students for the GCE ‘O’ Level
Music examination.

For more information on admissions, download the


Secondary One Posting Booklet from
http://www.moe.gov.sg /esp/schadm/sec1/pslemain.htm
For more information on specific schools, please refer to
the respective schools’ websites or log on to
http://www.moe.gov.sg /schdiv/sis/ for MOE’s School
Information Service.
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PRE-UNIVERSITY ALTERNATIVE CURRICULA


Junior Colleges and the Centralised Institute
AND QUALIFICATIONS
Students who have completed the GCE ‘O’ Level Examination may apply for entry to Selected schools offer alternative curricula and
a Junior College for a two-year Pre-university course or the Centralised Institute for a qualifications, such as the International Baccalaureate
three-year pre-university course. Both Junior Colleges and the Centralised Institute (IB), which is also internationally recognised and
prepare students for their entry to university. At this level, students can choose to take enables students to further their studies, either here
an Arts, Science, or Commerce course. In the final year of their Pre-university education, or overseas.
students sit for the Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education ‘Advanced’
(GCE ‘A’) Level Examination.
In general, the Pre-university curriculum comprises of two compulsory subjects,
namely General Paper and Mother Tongue, and a maximum of four Singapore-
Cambridge General Certificate of Education ‘Advanced’ (GCE ‘A’) Level subjects from
their chosen course.
International students are accepted at Junior Colleges and the Centralised Institute
subject to the availability of vacancies. You may apply directly to the institution of your
choice. For more information on applying to JC/CI, Polytechnics, and ITE, log on to
http://www.moe.gov.sg /esp/schadm/jae.

With the island’s rich legacy of cultures as a backdrop, learning about the places and
people of the region becomes even more engaging and fascinating.
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POST-SECONDARY STUDIES Polytechnics ITE graduates as well as students with GCE ‘O’ level and GCE ‘A’ level qualifications
Polytechnics, or ‘Polys’, can apply for Polytechnic courses, which include Engineering, Business Studies,
Institutes of Technical Education (ITE) offer broad-based training for Accountancy, Maritime Studies, Mass Communications, Nursing, Biotechnology,
Institutes of Technical Education are alternative post- students inclined towards Chemical Engineering, Digital Media Design, Applied Science, Product Design,
secondary institutions for secondary school-leavers and practice-oriented studies at Infocommunications, Optometry, Early Childhood.
adults who opt to develop their technical skills and the diploma level. There are currently five Polytechnics in Singapore:
knowledge in various industry sectors. ITE provides full-
time institutional training and traineeship programmes
• Nanyang Polytechnic
for secondary school-leavers and continuing education • Ngee Ann Polytechnic
programmes for working adults. • Republic Polytechnic
• Singapore Polytechnic
• Temasek Polytechnic
Polytechnic graduates are popular with employers as they emerge into the working
world fully equipped with hands-on skills relevant to the New Economy.

Nearby cafes offer relaxing moments after school.


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Singapore has excellent International universities in Singapore


UNDERGRADUATE AND POSTGRADUATE STUDIES
teaching and research Singapore’s vibrant education landscape has attracted
Singapore has three local universities offering internationally recognised degree leading international universities as well. Top European
standards and the
programmes as well as research and scholarship opportunities to postgraduate students MBA School INSEAD set up Asia’s first international
in various disciplines. students here come from business school with a full campus in Singapore, investing
many different countries. SGD60 million in a facility at the Science Hub. The
Working with highly University of Chicago Graduate School of Business also
motivated people from chose to locate in Singapore. It is the first leading American
different cultural business school to have a permanent campus in Asia.
Both INSEAD (Singapore) and the University Chicago
backgrounds has Graduate School of Business (Singapore) have been
improved my thinking accredited as Institutes of Higher Learning (IHL) by the
and enabled me to deal Ministry of Education, Government of Singapore.
with different cul tures
better and to work with Other Institutes of Higher Learning (IHL) that have chosen
greater ease in cross- to locate their Asian campus in Singapore include:
disciplinary research. • University of New South Wales
• Ecole Supérieure Des Sciences Economiques Et
Beyond my immediate Commerciales (ESSEC)
field of study, I had the
• University of Nevada, Las Vegas – William F.
opportunity to take up
Harrah College of Hotel Administration
Vibrant learning interactions broaden law and other cross-
every student’s mind. disciplinary subjects. This • SP Jain Center of Management
flexibility in the choice of Leading international universities which have collaborated
my modules has given with local institutions to launch their presence in
The three Singapore universities are: me a fresh perspective of Singapore include:
my own specialisation, • Cornell University – joint Masters programme in
• National University of Singapore (NUS)
Founded in 1905, NUS offers courses in major disciplines such as the Sciences,
and more importantly, hospitality management with NTU
Engineering, Computing, Law, Arts & Social Sciences, and Medicine. I now see myself • Georgia Institute of Technology – The Logistics
differently from how I Institute, Asia Pacific
• Nanyang Technological University (NTU) used to. • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) –
Founded in 1981, NTU incorporates the National Institute of Education (NIE), and offers Singapore MIT Alliance
courses in disciplines such as Engineering, Science, Humanities, Accountancy & Rohit Joshi (India)
Business, and Communication Studies. • Shanghai Jiao Tong University
NUS, Ph.D.
(Graduate Programme), • Stanford University – Singapore Stanford
• Singapore Management University (SMU) School of Computing Partnership
Established in 2000, SMU is Singapore’s first publicly-funded university offering degree • Technische Universiteit Eindhoven – Design
programmes in Business Management, Accountancy, Economics, Social Sciences, and
Technology Institute
Information Systems Management.
• Technische Universität München – German
Institute of Science and Technology
• Wharton School of the University of
Pennsylvania – Wharton SMU Research Centre
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I chose Singapore because I was excited at the prospect of studying acting


in South-east Asia, a region famed for its richness and diversity in the
traditional performing arts. I had also heard that the Singapore government
is fostering the arts and, consequently, the arts scene here is developing
and moving in dynamic new directions. The opportunity to study my
chosen vocation in English, whilst being immersed in a lifestyle and cul ture
so far removed from my own was one I didn’t want to miss.
My research told me that the programmes in LASALLE-SIA are of a very
high standard and that the lecturers are respected industry
professionals. I believe that the Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) Acting programme
at LASALLE-SIA will offer me a quality education and a promising future as
an actor. I am excited to be currently invol ved in a project outside of the
college, working with local writers, actors and directors, and preparing to
perform in front of local audiences. And, as a student, the numerous ‘free’
PRIVATE SCHOOLS
events, such as the Spanish Film Festival at The Arts House, the regular
Singapore also has Private Schools that offer a I had heard good things about concerts at the Esplanade and ‘free entry’ Friday nights at the Singapore
broad range of courses such as commercial, SIM from my friends. I also did Art Museum, have been a pleasant surprise.
information technology, fine arts, and language
my own Internet research on Belinda Ann Wylie
programmes. These Private Schools may offer
courses leading to Certificate, Diploma, Bachelor, Singapore’s schools. I chose (Australia) LASALLE-SIA
and even Postgraduate levels. to do my degree with SIM
Courses are offered through the schools’
because it is an established
partnerships with popular universities from and accredited institution with
countries such as the United States, the United a good reputation. It is very
Kingdom, and Australia. These universities confer important to me that the
the Degrees and Certification. Hence, Private institution I go to is credible
Schools provide students with the opportunity to
attain qualifications from these foreign universities
and that the qualifications I
whilst studying in Singapore’s affordable and earn are recognised. I am in
comfortable environment. These private institutions my second year of my degree
also confer their own certificates and diplomas. course and I am enjoying it.
Each Private School conducts its own admission Singapore is a good place to
and enrolment exercises and potential students study and the environment is
should contact the schools directly for more stable, so my parents do not
information. When choosing a Private School, have to worry.
you should ensure that the school meets your
expectations in the following areas:
• Courses offered Nguyen Thu
• Recognition of certification attained
Trang Vanessa
(Vietnam)
• Quality of teaching faculty SIM, Bachelor
• School facilities (classrooms, computer facilities, etc) of Science in
• International student services (accommodation and Business
visa facilitation, student orientation, student
counselling, etc)
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INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS Education excellence Organisational excellence


(FOREIGN SYSTEM /MOE in Singapore PEOs are encouraged to upgrade to enhance their organisational excellence. This is
Singapore has an Education done through the Singapore Quality Class (SQC) for PEOs Scheme, which recognises
PRIVATELY-FUNDED SCHOOLS) Excellence Framework PEOs that have attained a commendable level of business performance and excellence.
Foreign system schools are registered with the Ministry of designed to protect The scheme sets the benchmarks to ensure that qualifying PEOs have a firm foundation
Education (MOE) but follow the guidelines and curricula of students’ interests and to for academic and business excellence and are committed to providing quality education.
their country of origin. MOE privately-funded schools adhere build high quality education These benchmarks cover important aspects, including:
to MOE’s bilingual policy and incorporate National Education providers. Aimed primarily
into their curriculum. at Private Education • International Student Recruitment
Organisations (PEOs), the • Learning Resources Infrastructure
These International Schools, which include Anglo-Chinese framework focuses on:
School (International) and Hwa Chong International School, • Educational Programmes
admit foreign students and permanent residents. • Academic excellence • Staffing
• Organisational excellence • Student Support
Admission criteria, which may include nationality and
language proficiency, vary with each school. The school year • Student protection and • Grievance Procedures
and semesters also differ from school to school. Anglo- welfare practices
• Transfer and Fee Policies
Chinese School (International) offers students secondary
• Student Evaluation
education culminating in the International General Certificate
of Secondary School Education (IGCSE), followed by two Schools that achieve SQC certification for PEOs benefit from fast-track visa processing
years of study for their International Baccalaureate Diploma and other privileges.
Programme (IBDP). Hwa Chong International School offers
a six-year programme leading up to the GCE ‘A’ Levels.

Singapore’s education system is the best in the region.


It is also near Indonesia, where my parents live. As it
was the first time I would be away from home, I didn’t
want to go too far away. The cul ture here is also more
sensitive to Asian sensibilities than, for example, the
United States. So there is no cul ture shock. I found it
easy to adapt to life here.
I stay at the ACSi boarding school. Here, you get to
meet a lot of schoolmates from many different
countries. I have friends who come from China,
Malaysia, Vietnam, Korea, and the Philippines. You
can learn a lot from interacting with them. ACSi was
my top choice because I wanted to do an International
Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Course. The IB course suits
my style of learning because it is a more open and
active course that does not overly emphasise
memory work.

Ricky Willianto (Indonesia)


Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)
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For general enquiries on CaseTrust for education:


Contact the CaseTrust Secretariat:
Consumers Association of Singapore
170 Ghim Moh Road
#05-01 Ulu Pandan Community Building
Singapore 279621
Tel: 6461 1800
Email: casetrust@case.org.sg
Website: www.case.org.sg
For enquiries on Student Tuition Fee Account (Escrow):
DBS:
Ms Joyce Teo: 6878 8591
Ms Irene Tan: 6878 9594
Ms Cornelia: 6878 5117
HSBC:
Mr Chum Wei Wei
Assistant Vice-president
Tel: 6530 2710
Highly qualified mentors are Email: weiweichum@hsbc.com.sg
always around to assist you.
For enquiries on Student Tuition Fee Insurance:
Aegis Insurance Services
(Administration Agency for NTUC Income)
15 Queen Street,
Excellence in student protection and welfare practices #03-07, Tan Chong Tower,
The CaseTrust for Education Scheme was launched in 2004 to protect the interests of Singapore 188537.
international students studying in Singapore. It gives international students the added Tel : 6837 0306
assurance that the PEOs have proper systems and practices to look after their welfare Fax : 6837 0305
and interest. A PEO with CaseTrust for Education certification is one that has good Mobile : 9856 3573 (Mr Richard Tay) and 9387 0446 (Mr Evan Chng)
practices for student protection and welfare practices and standards. The good practices Email: richard@aegisic.com and evan@aegisic.com
that PEOs need to put in place include:
• Clear Fee Policies
• Well-Defined Student Redress Practices and Systems
• Disclosure of The PEOs’ Commitment To Quality
• Well-Trained Personnel
Since 1 September 2005, only schools that have attained the CaseTrust for Education
status will be able to admit international students. Students with feedback on PEOs
may contact the Singapore Tourism Board’s Student Services Hotline at (65) 6831 3764
(from 9am to 5pm, Mon-Fri), or e-mail singaporeedu@stb.com.sg.
For more information, log on to www.singaporeedu.gov.sg. Students should approach
CASE at complaints@case.org.sg for complaints concerning contractual disputes.
For a complete listing of PEOs with CaseTrust for Education or the full information kit
on CaseTrust for Education, log on to: http://app.singaporeedu.gov.sg/asp/common
/extlink.asp?url=www.case.org.sg /casetrust5.htm
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Halls of Residence (On-campus hostels) EduStay


Halls of Residence on university campuses The EduStay programme provides
often give priority to first-year international international students with room and board
students. The rooms may be single or as well as guardians who are responsible for
shared. Double-room rates are about providing pastoral care, family support, and
SGD40 a week and standard single rooms love and attention as though the students
go for about SGD60 a week. For an air- were their own children. EduStay matches
conditioned single room with an attached students with a suitable guardian. In addition,
bath, the rate is about SGD110 a week. the programme also provides counsellors
Shared facilities include television rooms, who hold monthly meetings with both
reading rooms, laundry rooms, computer guardians and students to review the month’s
rooms, and kitchenettes. Meal plans activities, and submit progress reports to the
consisting of breakfast and dinner, six days parents. You can also download the EduStay
a week, cost about SGD360 per semester. handbook from http://www.homestay
holidays.com/jsp/edustay/AMCIS_Edustay
Boarding Schools _Handbook.PDF.
Secondary and Junior College students aged
between 13 and 19 years can opt for Homestay
boarding schools, which may require a Some Singapore households open up their
selection interview with the student and his homes to offer international students
or her parents. Boarding schools usually offer full board. The cost ranges from SGD500 to
meals, laundry service, 24-hour security, SGD1,000 per month. For more information,
pastoral guidance, tuition as well as sports log on to www.amcis.sg and
and recreational facilities. Rates range from www.homestayholidays.com. You can also
SGD8,000 to SGD15,000 per academic year. call (65) 6100 1220, fax: (65) 6779 8154, or
email: info@homestayholidays.com.
Private Hostels
Independent agencies also run private Private Apartments/House
hostels that provide single and shared You can also rent a room, apartment, or
ACCOMMODATION rooms. The rate for a simple twin-share house, directly from the owners of public or
International students have a wide range of accommodation options to choose from. room is about SGD350 a month. A bed in private housing. You can expect to pay at
Before arriving in Singapore, it is best to arrange for at least temporary accommodation, a dormitory would cost less and for a better- least a month’s advance rent and a security
while you decide on which kind of housing best suits your needs and budget. equipped single room with an attached deposit of one month’s rent. Your school’s
You can download the Student Accommodation Handbook from bathroom, twice-weekly laundry and International Student Service Centre can help
http://www.singaporeedu.gov.sg /htm/stu/. housekeeping service, be prepared to pay you with contacts for housing agents. You
over SGD1,000 a month. can also look up the local newspapers for
rental advertisements.
For more information and a list of Boarding
When I first came to Singapore, I think I took about a week to settle in. Schools, School Hostels, and Private
Hostels, download the Long-Term Student Serviced Apartments
But if you go to a western country that you are totally unfamiliar with,
it would probably take longer. I also find that Singaporeans are quite ready Accommodation handbook from If a family member is staying with you, you
http://www.singaporeedu.gov.sg/htm/stu/. may want to consider renting a serviced
to help. I participated in a homestay programme with a local family. They apartment instead. Serviced apartments
were quite enthusiastic about helping me assimilate into the local environment. would give you the comforts of home as well
as take care of your housekeeping needs.
Yin Zhao Xin (China)
ACS (I)
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Before you sign anything...


• Verify the property’s ownership. Make sure the person you are dealing with is
the rightful owner/landlord. Ask to see a conservancy bill (for HDB/public or
governmental housing owners) or a property tax statement (for private
property owners).
• To rent a property, you usually need to sign a legal document called a tenancy
(rental) agreement. Even if you are using the services of a student/housing agent,
this agreement should be between you and the landlord/owner. Ensure that the
agreement states the obligations between both parties for a fixed term agreed
upon. The tenancy agreement will require the landlord/owner to make sure all
utilities are properly installed and in working condition, whilst the tenant will be
SOME THINGS TO REMEMBER responsible for ensuring that the property is maintained in good order.
IF YOU DECIDE TO RENT • Ensure that the inventory list (items within the property that would be entitled for
A ROOM OR APARTMENT the tenant’s use) within the tenancy agreement is satisfactorily met and inspected
(you may like to take pictures for evidence). Clarify with your landlord whether
Shop around... the use of common household facilities like the kitchen, TV, etc. is allowed.
• Consider your budget, transportation, food, privacy, • Find out if you have to share the room with any other person(s) at any time during
and other requirements when you evaluate your the rental period.
housing options.
• Do not sign anything unless you have fully understood the terms and
• Not all housing is fully furnished, and costs quoted conditions/contents of the agreement and settled any uncertain terms with the
do not take into account electricity, telephone, and landlord. If you are unsure of any of the terms and conditions, seek advice from
gas charges. friends/relatives/school. Do not feel pressured to sign the agreement.
• Seek advice from your school’s International Student • Only those over 21 years of age can sign the tenancy agreement. If you are under
Office (ISO). Talk to other students and check out 21, a guardian or guarantor/sponsor will have to sign the tenancy agreement
your school’s notice boards and the local newspapers together with you.
for options and an idea of cost.
• If you need a housing agent or student agent, ask
your relatives or friends for recommendations. You After signing...
can obtain a list of estate agents from the Institute of • It is common practice for the tenant to pay a security deposit equivalent to one
Estate Agents website, www.iea.org.sg. month’s rental, together with the first month’s rental upfront. Be wary of contracts
• Never feel pressured into renting a place until you are that require upfront payments exceeding this amount. Subsequent rental
comfortable with it. You are not obligated to the agent. payments are usually done on a monthly basis. The security deposit is refundable
• If your student agent is not trained in tenancy issues, at the end of the contract period, provided there is no damage to the property.
go to a licensed housing agent instead. The cost of any damages caused by the tenant will be deducted from the security
deposit when it is released. In some cases, the security deposit may also not be
refunded if the tenant does not give sufficient notice to the landlord about moving
out before expiry of the contract.
• Ensure that you hand your rental fees directly to the landlord/owner, to avoid
possible misunderstandings or mishandling. It is best to make cheques payable
to the landlord/owner’s name. Obtain receipts for all monies paid, including the
security deposit and monthly rental fees. Also, keep a copy of the tenancy
agreement for your own records.
• If you have valuable personal items, you may like to take up personal
housing insurance.
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Out-of-School Activities
Many attractions in Singapore offer exciting educational tours and programmes for
students. The Orientation Programme for International Students (includes an
Orientation Talk and Tour) is geared specifically towards students who have just arrived
from overseas and would like to familiarise themselves with Singapore. During the
Orientation Talk, you can find out more about Student Pass requirements, address
your accommodation and housing concerns, and receive advice on how to manage
your finances and arrange your healthcare needs. To book your place in the Orientation
Programme, call the Hotline: 6831 3764, or log on to www.singaporeedu.gov.sg.
You can also join the Overseas Students’ Association (OSA), which is an organisation
that represents all international students studying full-time in Singapore. The OSA hosts
a number of interesting activities such as rock-climbing and visits to interesting places
in Singapore. As a member of the OSA, you will get to meet the rich variety of
international students living in Singapore and share one another’s experiences. The
OSA also organises cultural interaction activities that will provide opportunities for
you to mix with the locals. To become a member of the OSA, register online at
www.osa.org.sg or fill in their Application Form and post/fax it to:
Overseas Students’ Association (OSA)
Singapore Education Services Centre
1 Orchard Road, #10-01
Singapore 238824
These out-of-school activities promise hours of fun while you find out more about
Singapore’s natural surroundings, its history, and its lively arts scene. For a few ideas
on what to do in Singapore, log on to:
http://www.singaporeedu.gov.sg/htm/pla/pla0202.htm
http://www.singaporeedu.gov.sg/htm/liv/liv0902.htm
http://www.singaporeedu.gov.sg/htm/liv/liv0904.htm
http://asp.singaporeedu.gov.sg/asp/common/extlink.asp?url=http://
www.visitsingapore.com/publish/stbportal/en/home.splash.html

Out-of-school activities such as visits to


the parks, museums and sports venues help
to nurture the young minds.
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HOW TO APPLY CERTIFICATION TESTING


Application procedures vary with the institution applied to. Here are some examples: The Principals Academy Inc (PAI) administers the Certification Test (CT), which assesses
the students’ abilities in Mathematics and English, for admission purposes.
GOVERNMENT, GOVERNMENT-AIDED AND The test costs SGD200 for primary school applicants and SGD250 for Secondary School
applicants. The CT saves applicants the trouble of taking multiple tests at different schools.
INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS Test results are released within a month of taking the test and are valid for a year.
Admission of international students depends on the vacancies available.
For more information on test dates and the list of participating schools,
• Submit your application at the school of your choice with the required documents. call PAI at 6838 7337, email info@academyofprincipals.edu.sg or log on to
• If there is a vacancy, you will need to sit for a placement test conducted by the school. www.academyofprincipals.edu.sg.
(If you have parents working in Singapore but are not eligible for the Dependant’s
Pass, you will be referred to the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) before
sitting for the placement test.)
• Upon passing the test, the school will issue you with a Letter of Acceptance.
• The Letter of Acceptance is valid for two weeks, during which, you must apply for a
Student Pass with the ICA and come back to the school with your Student Pass
confirmation.
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PRIVATE EDUCATION ORGANISATIONS (PEOs)


Private Education Organisations, or Private Schools, conduct their own admissions
exercises, which are usually publicised in their course brochures.
• Verify that the courses offered, certification granted, school facilities and services
meet your expectations.
• Check the course brochures or school website to see if you meet the
course requirements.
• Check that the PEO has attained CaseTrust for Education status. Only schools that
meet criteria are allowed to admit international students. For an updated list of
schools with the CaseTrust for Education Trademark, you can visit the Singapore
Education website at www.singaporeedu.gov.sg.
• Apply directly to the school with the relevant certification and documentation.
• You will be kept informed of your application status and sent a Letter of Offer
upon acceptance.

INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS
(FOREIGN SYSTEM /MOE PRIVATELY-FUNDED)
Meet new friends from around the world and
exchange cultural perspectives. International schools, or foreign system and MOE privately-funded schools conduct
their own admissions exercises, which are usually publicised in their course brochures.
• Apply directly to the school accompanied by the relevant certification
and documentation.
INSTITUTES OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION, • You will be kept informed of your application status and sent a Letter of Offer
LOCAL UNIVERSITIES AND POLYTECHNICS upon acceptance.
• Check the institution’s prospectus/course brochure/website to see if you meet the • Check that the course offered, certification granted, school facilities, and international
requirements. student services meet your expectations.
• Apply directly to the institutions, with the relevant certification and documentation.
Local universities accept online applications. STUDENT AGENTS
• Some institutions or courses will require you to undergo an interview or
placement test. Student agents provide services such as visa processing and sourcing for
accommodation. Be sure to choose one who is reliable and has a good reputation.
• If you are accepted, you will be sent a Letter of Offer. Applicants who apply online Check with your relatives and friends, your school or embassy, who may have
to local universities can check their application status online. experience dealing with such agents.
• Sign the acceptance form and return it by the closing date.
If you have reason to doubt the integrity of your student agent, speak to your school’s
• You will receive a package from the institution and should plan to arrive in Singapore International Student Services Officer, or contact the Singapore Education Hotline
at least two weeks before term begins. number at (65) 6831 3764 (operating hours, Monday to Friday).

LEADING INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITIES


Apply directly to the university you are interested in.
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QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK YOUR 24 Where will the placements be


(in Singapore or elsewhere)?
EDUCATION AGENT OR SCHOOL: 25 Will I be paid for the industrial attachment?
ABOUT THE SCHOOL 26 Do I have to pay, and if so, how much?
27 What if the school is unable to place me? Will I still
Education excellence be able to graduate?
1 Has the school attained CaseTrust for Education status?
2 Has the school obtained the SQC for PEO? Course fees
28 What is the payment schedule like?
School facilities/Student mix 29 How much are the total tuition fees?
3 Where is the school located? 30 Are the tuition fees inclusive of examination fees?
4 What study/resource/recreational facilities does it have? If not, how much are the examination fees?
5 How many classrooms are there? When are they due?
6 What teaching aids are used? 31 Besides tuition fees, what other fees are payable?
7 What is the teacher-student ratio? 32 Who do I pay the tuition fees to?
8 What qualifications do the teachers have? 33 What are the payment methods available?
9 How many full-time and part-time teachers are there? 34 Do I get a receipt for any payments that I make?
10 How many students are there? 35 How will I be notified that tuition fees are due?
11 Where are the students from? 36 Is there a charge for late payment of fees?
Security deposit
ABOUT THE COURSE 37 Do I have to pay a security deposit?
Entry requirements 38 When do I have to pay the security deposit?
12 What are the entry requirements for the course? Am I eligible for the course? 39 Whom do I pay the security deposit to?
13 Do I have to take any pre-placement courses? 40 How much do I have to pay?
14 Is there a standard student contract with the school that I should sign? 41 When will the deposit be returned to me?
15 When do I have to arrive in Singapore? 42 Will the deposit be returned to me in full?
Information about the course 43 How will I get my deposit back?
16 Is the course registered with MOE or other authorities? Which authorities? Refund policies
17 Who will be conferring the qualifications? 44 What is the school’s refund/transfer policy in the
18 When does the course commence? event that:
19 When does the course end? • The course fails to commence as scheduled?
20 Will there be any term breaks? When? • The course is cancelled?
21 Am I allowed to switch courses if I find the current course I am attending unsuitable, • I transfer to another course?
and what is the penalty? • I decide not to pursue the course?
Internship • I withdraw from the course mid-way?
22 Does the course require me to do a period of industrial attachment/internship? 45 How much will I be able to recover?
For how long? 46 How will I get my refund?
23 Who will arrange for the placements?
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58 What should I do if I do not hear from ICA after three days/ two weeks/four weeks?
Student contract 59 How do I collect my Student Pass?
47 Are the following in order? 60 What are the types of courses that I can attend without applying for a Student Pass?
• Do I have a copy of the standard contract?
Sponsor/Guardian
• Does the contract reflect the name of the school
and address and not the education agent or the 61 Do I need a sponsor/guardian?
holding company (check that it is consistent with 62 Who will help me secure one?
that which you had applied for)? 63 How much do I have to pay?
• Is the name of the course registered for reflected 64 What is the role of the sponsor/guardian?
in the contract? 65 How do I secure a local sponsor?
• Is the commencement date of the course reflected?
• Are the refund/transfer policies (as explained to Renewal of Student Pass
you) clearly reflected in the contract? 66 How soon should I apply for the renewal of my Student Pass?
• Are your particulars correctly reflected in 67 How long will the process take?
the contract? 68 How will I be notified of the outcome of my renewal application?
• Do you have a copy of all receipts?
69 Is there a fee for renewal?
• Do the amounts stated tally with what was paid for?
• Are the amounts paid for fully itemised? 70 Who can help me apply for the renewal of my Student Pass?
• Is the date of payment reflected correctly? Work privileges
• Are the name and address of the school reflected
71 Am I allowed to work?
in the receipt?
72 What are the limitations?
73 Do I need to apply for permission to work? Who do I apply to?
ABOUT THE STUDENT PASS 74 Am I allowed to work during my school vacations?
Student Pass application
48 Who will make the arrangements for my Student
Pass application?
49 Which documents do I need?
50 How long is the approval process for the
Student Pass?
51 What should I do if my Student Pass application
is rejected?
52 How long is my Student Pass valid for?
53 If I transfer to another school, what happens to my
Student Pass?
54 Do I have to pay for the Student Pass?
If so, how much?
55 Will I be allowed to work in Singapore?
56 Do I need to submit my application in person to
the Singapore Embassy in Beijing?
(For People’s Republic of China Students only)
57 Who can certify true copies of supporting
documents?

Experience the vibrancy of the city and enjoy its many interesting precincts.
MAKING PREPARATIONS EDUCATION GUIDE 2006/07
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SINGAPORE EDUCATION (SE) SPECIALISTS


If you need help with your application, you can turn to Singapore
Education (SE) Specialists, education counsellors who have been
certified by Singapore Education. SE Specialists have established
track records of providing quality education counselling, and have
undergone rigorous training on the educational courses and
programmes available in Singapore, and the policies and processes
for getting international students admitted into Singapore’s
education institutions. SE Specialists can provide professional advice
to help you make informed choices.

All appointed SE Specialists display a certificate awarded by


Singapore Education. For a list of SE specialists in your country,
log on to: www.singaporeedu.gov.sg
You can also download the following resources and more from
the Singapore Education Website: Singapore Education Guide,
Accommodation Guide, Studying and Living in Singapore Guide
and more.

SPECIALIST

Learn more of your host country and you will


realise how stimulating and inspiring it is.
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FINANCES Fees for full-time international students at the five Polytechnics as at Academic Year
2006-2007:
BASIC EDUCATION
Monthly fees for government and government-aided schools: Course Tuition fee MOE tuition Direct payment
grant tuition fees
Level Monthly fees payable

Primary SGD80 All Polytechnics SGD12,652.50 SGD10,342.50 SGD2,310


Secondary SGD130
Pre-University SGD240
Note that the fees are correct at the time of printing and are subject to revision on an
annual basis.
As rates for independent and autonomous schools vary, please check with the
institutions directly. The fees at independent and autonomous schools are generally Most universities charge miscellaneous fees for items such as student’s union,
higher than at government and government-aided schools. examination, health services, insurance and so on. Amounts vary from university to
university, so you are advised to check out their brochures and websites for details.
If your application to study in Singapore is approved, you will be requested to make
a donation to the MOE’s Education Fund once every two years. Each donation is at a Payment of fees is usually by cheque or electronic bank transfer (GIRO) at the beginning
flat rate of SGD1,000 and applicable to international students enrolling in Primary and of each semester.
Secondary Schools, Junior Colleges, and the Centralised Institute. Donations to the
Education Fund are tax-exempt and non-refundable except when you are awarded a FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
Singapore Government Scholarship.
Numerous financial assistance schemes are available for those who need help with
tuition fees.
TERTIARY EDUCATION
The MOE provides tuition grants to students who are enrolled at local universities and Tuition Fee Loan Scheme
polytechnics. Students who accept the tuition grants need only pay the fee (known as The Tuition Fee Loan Scheme loans up to 80 percent of the direct payment tuition fee
‘Direct Payment’). Please note, however, that tuition fees are subject to change each year. payable and is available to Polytechnic and local University students.
International students enrolled at institutes of higher learning are eligible for the same
grant if they sign an undertaking with the Singapore government, to work in Singapore Bursaries
for three years upon completion of their programme. International students may apply for bursaries to pay for their tuition fees and other
Fees for international students at the three local universities as at Academic Year expenses. Bursaries are awarded based on financial need and usually do not exceed
2006-2007: SGD1,500 per academic year. As bursaries are administered by the educational
institutions themselves, check with your educational institution for details.

Course type Tuition fee MOE Direct Study Loans


per year grant payment Study loans are usually payable upon graduation or completion of the programme,
at favourable interest rates. Some educational institutions offer additional loans for
Non-laboratory based* SGD20,420 - SGD21,950 SGD13,700 SGD6,720 - SGD8,250 miscellaneous expenses, such as computer loans. Please check with your educational
Laboratory-based** SGD22,420 SGD15,700 SGD6,720 institution for the availability of such loans.
Dentistry, Medicine SGD83,870 SGD64,600 SGD19,270
Music SGD40,330 SGD32,000 SGD8,330 Scholarships
A number of scholarships are also open to international students. Selection is usually
* Non-laboratory based courses include Accountancy, Arts & Social Sciences, Business, based on academic merit and leadership, or co-curricular track records.
Law and Mass Communication.
** Laboratory-based courses include Computing, Design and Environment, Engineering,
and Science.
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The Ministry of Education offers/ • Monetary Authority of Singapore The Singapore Management University The Agency for Science, Technology
administers scholarships for different Scholarship (open to all nationalities) offers/administers scholarships for and Research (A*STAR) offers:
levels of study: • Motorola Scholarship international students including:
• The A*STAR Graduate Scholarship (open
• Association of Southeast Asian Nations (open to all nationalities) • Cambridge Raban Scholarship to Singaporeans, Singapore Permanent
(ASEAN) Secondary Scholarship (open to • Professional Engineers Board Scholarship (open to business management students) Residents, and ASEAN nationals)
ASEAN nationals, except Singaporeans) (open to all nationalities) • Chio Lim Stone Forest Financial Scholarship • National Science Scholarships (open to
• ASEAN Pre-University Scholarship (open • SMBC Global Foundation Scholarship (open to accountancy students) Singaporeans, Singapore Permanent
to ASEAN nationals, except Singaporeans) (open to all nationalities) Residents, and ASEAN nationals)
• DFS Scholarship (open to Information
• SIA Youth Scholarship • Research Scholarship Systems Management students) • A*STAR International Graduate Scholarship
(open to Indian nationals) (open to all nationalities) (open to final year undergraduate students
• Foreign Students Endowed Scholarship
• Hong Kong Scholarships & Awards and recently graduated individuals from
• Singapore Millennium Scholarship (open to all international students)
(open to students from Hong Kong) Iranian universities)
(open to all nationalities) • Ian Ferguson Foundation Scholarship
• A*STAR India Youth Scholarship
• AUN/SEED Net Scholarship (open to (open to all international students)
(open to Indian nationals)
Nanyang Technological University young teaching staff and senior • Lee Kong Chian Scholars Programme
(NTU) offers/administers various students/young graduates) (open to Business Management students) Some private institutions offer their own
scholarships including: • NTU Sports Scholarship (open to scholarships and awards. Please refer to
• Li Ka-shing Endowed Scholarship
• Nanyang Scholarship (open to all nationalities) matriculated /registered students of the them directly for details.
(open to all international students)
university who have represented the
• ASEAN Undergraduate Scholarship (open university in sports) • NOL Scholarship
to ASEAN nationals except Singaporeans) (open to all international students)
• Dr Goh Keng Swee Scholarship • SMU Scholarship
(open to Nationals of Asia Pacific region) The National University of Singapore (open to all international students)
(NUS) offers/administers scholarships
• OCBC International Undergraduate including:
Scholarship (open to Indonesian and PRC
nationals) • Undergraduate Scholarship for Hong Kong
Students (open to students who have Hong
• Singapore Government Undergraduate Kong (SAR) citizenship or Permanent
Scholarship for Hong Kong Students (open Residency status)
to students who have Hong Kong (SAR)
citizenship or Permanent Residency status) • SembCorp Undergraduate Scholarship IMMIGRATION
(open to Indonesian nationals)
• SembCorp Undergraduate Scholarship STUDENT PASS APPLICATION
(open to Indonesian nationals) • SIA-NOL Undergraduate Scholarship
(open to Indian nationals) International students are generally required to apply for a Student Pass, unless:
• SIA-NOL Undergraduate Scholarship • You have a Dependant’s Pass (DP)
(open to Indian nationals) • Donated Scholarships
(open to all nationalities) • You have an Immigration Exemption Order (IEO)
• BCA-Construction Industry Undergraduate • You have been granted a short term Social Visit Pass at the Singapore Checkpoint and wish
Scholarship (open to Singaporeans, • ASEAN Undergraduate Scholarship (open
to ASEAN nationals except Singaporeans) to attend a short course that can be completed within the validity of the initial Social Visit Pass
Singapore Permanent Residents, granted or 30 days, whichever is shorter. (The course must be a complete, stand-alone
and Malaysians) • OCBC International Undergraduate module. Courses with multiple programme modules are excluded from this Student Pass
• PwC Scholarship (open to all nationalities) Scholarship (open to Indonesian and exemption scheme. The course must also not involve hands-on practical occupational training
PRC nationals) and/or industrial attachment, which have interaction with walk-in customers or be conducted
• Indeco Scholarship (open to all nationalities) at premises that are also places of business, e.g. hair salons and beauty salons.)
• Singapore Millennium Scholarship
• Meinhardt Scholarship (open to (open to all nationalities)
Singaporeans, Singapore Permanent
Residents, and Malaysians)
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GENERAL PROCEDURES
FOR STUDENT PASS APPLICATIONS

Institutions Basic requirements Sponsor requirements Submission of application

Approved private To apply for a Student A local sponsor is The Student Pass application must be However, you may submit your Student
education organisations/ Pass, you must first be required for the submitted at least two months and not Pass application directly to the Visitor
kindergartens registered accepted by an application for a Student more than six months from the course Services Centre, ICA, if you are a PRC
with MOE/ childcare approved Private Pass and you are commencement date. national who
centres licensed by MCYS Education Organisation required to submit the The completed application form, • Intends to study in kindergartens
to conduct kindergarten or Kindergarten application through together with the required documents, registered with MOE/childcare centres
courses registered with MOE or your local sponsor. can be submitted licensed by MCYS
Childcare Centre • By hand, at any of the Drop-in Boxes • Intends to take up a full-time course at
Your nominated local an approved Private Education
licensed by MCYS to located at:
sponsor must be a Organisation that is awarded Singapore
conduct kindergarten Information/Queue Ticket Counter
Singapore Citizen/ Quality Class for Private Education
courses, to pursue an Visitor Services Centre
Singapore Permanent Immigration & Checkpoints Authority Organisation SQC (PEO) by
approved full-time
Resident above the age 4th Storey, ICA Building, SPRING, Singapore
course. Since
of 21 years old or the 10 Kallang Road • Is 19 years old and below at the time of
1 September 2005,
educational institution (Next to Lavender MRT station) applying for a Student Pass to attend a
all Private Education full-time course at an approved Private
where you intend Singapore 208718
Organisations need to Education Organisation (i.e. you have
to study. • By post to:
be awarded with the applied for a Student Pass on or before
CaseTrust for Education Visitor Services Centre your 19th birthday), or
to offer school Immigration & Checkpoints Authority
4th Storey, ICA Building, • Intends to take up a full-time university
placement for degree (Graduate/Post-Graduate)
10 Kallang Road, #08-00,
international students. Singapore 208718 programme at an approved private
And since 1 September Attn: Student Pass II Unit education organisation.
2005, Student Pass
If you are a People’s Republic of China The Student Pass application must be
applications will be submitted at least two months from the
accepted only if they are (PRC) national who wishes to pursue a
language, commercial, vocational, or fine course commencement date.
for foreign students The completed forms together with
arts course at a Private Education
who are enrolled in a Organisation in Singapore, you need to supporting documents are to be
CaseTrust institution. submit the new Student Pass application submitted with queue tickets obtainable at:
through the Singapore Embassy in Information/Queue Ticket Counter
Beijing. Please note that applications will Visitor Services Centre
not be accepted at the Visitor Services Immigration & Checkpoints Authority
Centre, ICA. Submit your application to: 4th Storey, ICA Building
• Embassy of the Republic of 10 Kallang Road
Singapore - Beijing (Next to Lavender MRT station)
No. 1 Xiu Shui Bei Jie Singapore 208718
Jian Guo Men Wai,
Beijing 100600
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GENERAL PROCEDURES
FOR STUDENT PASS APPLICATIONS

Institutions Basic requirements Sponsor requirements Submission of application

Government /Government- To apply for a Student Pass, you must first be A local sponsor is required for the
aided/independent schools accepted by a Government/Government- application for a Student Pass
Aided/independent School. and you are required to submit
the application through your
local sponsor.

Institutes of Technical Education To apply for a Student Pass, you must first Your nominated local sponsor must
be accepted by an Institute of Technical be a Singapore Citizen/Singapore
Education to pursue an approved full-time Permanent Resident above the age
course. of 21 years old or the educational
institution where you intend to study.

Polytechnics and universities From 1 January 2005, all applications by Not required. For electronic submission through the
foreign students for Student Passes to pursue Student Pass Online Application and
courses offered by the Institutes of Higher Registration (SOLAR) System
Learning (IHLs) in Singapore are to be
You should have the following documents:
submitted via the Student Pass On-Line
Application and Registration (SOLAR) system. • A valid travel document
An international student who has been • A Letter of Offer to take up a course from
offered a place as a full-time matriculated the Institute of Higher Learning (IHL) in
student at any of the IHL has to apply for a Singapore which has accepted you.
Student Pass electronically via the Internet • A notification from the IHL providing you
using the SOLAR system. with the information to submit your Student
The IHLs include National University of Pass application electronically.
Singapore, Nanyang Technological University,
Singapore Management University, INSEAD
(Singapore), University of Chicago Graduate
School of Business (Singapore), Ecole
Supérieure Des Sciences Economiques Et
Commerciales (ESSEC), SP Jain Center of
Management, University of Nevada, Las
Vegas, Singapore Polytechnic, University of
New South Wales, Ngee Ann Polytechnic,
Nanyang Polytechnic, Temasek Polytechnic,
and Republic Polytechnic.
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GENERAL PROCEDURES
FOR STUDENT PASS APPLICATIONS

Institutions Basic requirements Sponsor requirements Submission of application

MOE Privately Funded schools To apply for a Student Pass, you must first The application for a Student Pass may be
be accepted by either Anglo-Chinese submitted through the school. Please check
School (International) or Hwa Chong with your school for details.
International School.

Foreign System schools To apply for a Student Pass, you must first be The Student Pass application must be
accepted by an International School to submitted at least two months and not more
pursue an approved full-time course. than six months from the course
commencement date.
The completed application form, together
with the required documents, can be
submitted with queue tickets obtainable at:
• Information/Queue Ticket Counter
Visitor Services Centre
Immigration & Checkpoints Authority
4th Storey, ICA Building,
10 Kallang Road
(Next to Lavender MRT station)
Singapore 208718

Please note that:


• You and your local sponsor may have to furnish additional information and
documents as requested.
• All original documents must be presented for verification.
• Official translations of the documents are required if they are not in English.
• All forms need to be duly signed and completed. Applications with incomplete
forms or documents will not be accepted for processing.
• You may need to apply for an exit visa from your home country as well.
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SECURITY DEPOSIT Under the conditions stipulated by their Student Pass/visa, international students are
eligible to work under certain circumstances. You need not apply for a work permit if:
A security deposit may be required from your local sponsor upon approval of • You are an international student who is 14 years of age and above, a full-time
your application. matriculated or registered student of the schools or institutions listed in the Work
Permit Notification (2006) and are on vacation.
Country Rate per person and • You are a full-time matriculated or registered international student of the schools or
form of security deposit institutions listed in the Work Permit Notification (2006), who wishes to work no
more than 16 hours a week.
Malaysia and Brunei Nil International students who belong to institutions other than those listed in the Work
Permit Notification will not be allowed to work part-time while holding Student Passes
Indonesia, Philippines, SGD1,000 in the form of a in Singapore.
and Thailand Banker’s Guarantee from any For more information on which schools or institutions are listed in the Work Permit
established bank in Singapore Notification(2006), contact the Ministry of Manpower – Work Pass Division.
or Cashier’s Order or NETS Tel: 64385122. Email:mom_wpd@mom.gov.sg or visit their website: www.mom.gov.sg

People’s Republic of SGD5,000 in the form of a HEALTH MATTERS


China, India, Bangladesh, Banker’s Guarantee from any
and Myanmar established banks in Singapore If you are a new applicant and not in Singapore, your medical examination can either
or Cashier’s Order be done in your home country or in Singapore by a qualified doctor. However,
medical examinations for subsequent renewals of your Student Pass must be done in
Singapore. The doctor must record and certify the results of the medical examination
Others SGD1,500 in the form of a in the designated medical report form.
Banker’s Guarantee from any
established bank in Singapore Immunisations may be required for your travel and residence in Singapore, as stipulated
or Cashier’s Order or NETs by the World Health Organisation. Make sure you receive the necessary ones and
bring a copy of each medical report.
You should consider applying for medical insurance covering the duration of your
Exemption from the security deposit requirement may be granted to: study. Ask your school about health insurance providers in Singapore.
• Malaysians/Brunei nationals.
• Holders of valid Dependant’s Pass, long term social visit pass, and work pass.
• Children of Singapore Citizens/Permanent Residents.
• Foreign students who study in kindergartens registered with MOE/childcare
centres licensed by MCYS.
• Foreign students who attend a full-time course at an approved Private Education
Organisation that is awarded Singapore Quality Class for Private Education
Organisation, or SQC (PEO), by SPRING, Singapore.
• Foreign students who pursue a full-time diploma/university degree programme at
an approved Private Education Organisation.
For enquiries about Student Pass (STP)/visa changes:
Contact Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA)
Tel: 63916100
Email:ica_feedback@ica.gov.sg
GLOSSARY

CaseTrust for The CaseTrust for Education Scheme has been customised by the Consumers
Education Scheme Association of Singapore (CASE) for the education industry in Singapore. Since
1 September 2005, only schools that have attained the CaseTrust for Education status
are allowed to admit international students.

Centralised Passing the Centralised Qualifying Test was previously a requirement for admission to
Qualifying Test (CQT) the popular Primary Schools, top Secondary Schools and Junior Colleges. With effect
from January 2005, international students seeking admission to these schools are no
longer required to take the CQT.

Certification Test (CT) The Certification Test (CT) assesses the students’ abilities in Mathematics and English,
for admission purposes. The CT saves applicants the trouble of taking multiple tests
at different schools. Results are valid for a year.

Foreign System Foreign system schools are registered with the Ministry of Education (MOE) but
Schools follow the guidelines and curricula of their country of origin.

GCE ‘A’ Level The Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education ‘Advanced’ Level
Examination.

GCE ‘N’ Level The Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education ‘Normal’ Level Examination.
Students may progress to the fifth year of Secondary education if they do well at the
GCE ‘N’ Level Examination. At the end of this fifth year, they may sit for the GCE ‘O’
Level Examination.

GCE ‘O’ Level The Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education ‘Ordinary’ Level
Examination.

Integrated The Integrated Programme (IP) spans Secondary and Junior College education and
Programme (IP) is meant for clearly university-bound students.

MOE privately-funded Ministry of Education (MOE) privately-funded schools adhere to the Ministry’s bilingual
schools policy and incorporate National Education into their curricula.

Polytechnics Polytechnics offer broad-based training for students inclined towards practice-oriented
studies at the diploma level.

Primary School Leaving Students sit for the Primary School Leaving Examination at the end of six years of
Examination (PSLE) primary school education.

Private Education Private Education Organisations can be privately-funded and privately-run as


Organisations (PEOs) commercial enterprises. They may not be registered with the Ministry of Education
(MOE).

Singapore Quality Class The Singapore Quality Class for PEOs (SQC-PEOs) Scheme recognises PEOs that have
for Private Education attained a commendable level of performance and business excellence.
Organisations
(SQC-PEO) Scheme

Specialised Specialised Independent Schools cater to students with special talents in sports, the
Independent Schools arts, mathematics and science.

Student Pass International students are generally required to apply for a Student Pass, which
is issued by the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA).

Student Protection The Student Protection Scheme protects the fees of international students in the
Scheme (SPS) event that the Private Education Organisation (PEO) is unable to continue operations
due to insolvency and/or regulatory closure.
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INDEX OF SCHOOLS

The information published is


compiled as of March 2006.
Please refer to
www.singaporeedu.gov.sg
for the latest updates.

Composite
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3dsense Media School 156 Bedok North Secondary School 90


Bedok South Secondary School 90
Bedok Town Secondary School 90
INDEX OF SCHOOLS

A Bedok View Secondary School 90


Bedok West Primary School 77
ACS (International) 111
Bendemeer Primary School 77
Acton English School 156
Bendemeer Secondary School 90
Admiralty Primary School 77
Bhavan’s Global Indian International School 112
Admiralty Secondary School 90
Bishan Park Secondary School 91
Advance Supply Chain Training Center 156
Blangah Rise Primary School 77
AEC Business School 140
BMC Academy 157
AEC Edu Group Pte Ltd 140
Boon Lay Garden Primary School 77
Aesara School of Liberal Arts 156
Boon Lay Secondary School 91
Aestral Private School 156
Boston Business Management School Pte Ltd 157
Ahmad Ibrahim Primary School 77
Boston Business School 157
Ahmad Ibrahim Secondary School 90
Boston International School Pte Ltd 157
Ai Tong School 77
Bowen Secondary School 91
AM School of Business Studies 156
Brighton Commercial Training Centre 141
AMGT Management School 156
British Council English Language Centre 142
Anderson Junior College 101
Broadrick Secondary School 91
Anderson Primary School 77
Bukit Batok Secondary School 91
Anderson Secondary School 90
Bukit Merah Secondary School 91
Ang Mo Kio Primary School 77
Bukit Panjang Govt. High School 91
Ang Mo Kio Secondary School 90
Bukit Panjang Primary School 77
Anglican High School 90
Bukit Timah Primary School 77
Anglo-Chinese Junior College 101
Bukit View Primary School 77
Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road) 90
Bukit View Secondary School 91
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) 101
Anglo-Chinese School (Junior) 77
Anglo-Chinese School (Primary) 77
Arium Consulting & Education Pte Ltd 156 C
Ascendas Education Centre 156
Cambridge Business School 157
Ascent Educentre Pte Ltd 156
Cambridge School of Languages Pte Ltd 157
Asher Success Education Centre 156
Camford Business School Pte Ltd 157
Asia Pacific Management Institute 140
Canadian International School (Elementary) 112
Asia-Australia School of Management 156
Canadian International School (Secondary) 113
Asian Centre for Professional Excellence Pte Ltd 156
Canberra Primary School 78
Asian School of Education 157
Canberra Secondary School 91
ASK School of Management 157
Canossa Convent Primary School 78
Assumption English School 90
Cardiff Learning Centre Pte Ltd 157
at-sunrice, The Singapore Culinary Academy
Casuarina Primary School 78
and Spice Garden 157
Catholic High School 91
Auston Institute of Management & Technology 141
Catholic High School (Jr) 78
Australian International School Singapore 111
Catholic Junior College 101
Cavalry School of Management and Design 157
Cedar Girls’ Secondary School 91
B Cedar Primary School 78
Chai Chee Secondary School 91
Balestier Hill Primary School 77 Changkat Changi Secondary School 91
Balestier Hill Secondary School 90 Changkat Primary School 78
Bartley Secondary School 90 Chartered Institute of Technology 158
Beacon School of Technology 157 Chestnut Drive Secondary School 91
Beatty Secondary School 90 CHIJ (Bukit Timah) 78
Bedok Commercial School 157 CHIJ (Katong) Primary 78
Bedok Green Primary School 77 CHIJ (Kellock) 78
Bedok Green Secondary School 90 CHIJ Katong Convent 91

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CHIJ Our Lady of Good Counsel 78 E


CHIJ Our Lady of The Nativity 78
CHIJ Primary (Toa Payoh) 78 EASB Institute of Management 142

INDEX OF SCHOOLS
CHIJ Secondary (Toa Payoh) 91 East Coast Primary School 79
CHIJ St. Joseph’s Convent 92 East Spring Primary School 79
CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls’ School 92 East Spring Secondary School 93
CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls’ School (jr) 78 East View Primary School 79
CHIJ St. Theresa’s Convent 92 East View Secondary School 93
Chong Boon Secondary School 92 Edgefield Primary School 79
Chongfu Primary School 78 Elias Park Primary School 79
Chongzheng Primary School 78 ESSEC Asian Center 128
Christ Church Secondary School 92 EtonHouse International School 114
Chua Chu Kang Primary School 78 Eunos Primary School 79
Chua Chu Kang Secondary School 92 Evander Language School Pte Ltd 158
Chung Cheng High School (Main) 92 Evergreen Primary School 79
Chung Cheng High School (Yishun) 92 Evergreen Secondary School 93
City Harvest Education Centre 158
Clementi Primary School 79
Clementi Town Secondary School 92 F
Coleman College 158
Fairfield Methodist Primary School 80
Columbia Business School 158
Fairfield Methodist Secondary School 93
Commonwealth Secondary School 92
Fajar Secondary School 93
Compassvale Primary School 79
Farrer Park Primary School 80
Compassvale Secondary School 92
Fengshan Primary School 80
Concord Primary School 79
Fernvale Primary School 80
Construction Industry Training Institute 123
Fig Learning Centre 159
Continental Educators 158
First Toa Payoh Primary School 80
Coral Primary School 79
First Toa Payoh Secondary School 93
Coral Secondary School 92
FIS Education Centre Pte Ltd 159
Cornerstone Training Centre 158
FTC Training Centre 143
Corporation Primary School 79
FTMS Global 143
Cosmoprof School of Beauty Therapy &
FTMS School of Engineering &
Make-Up Pte Ltd 158
Computing Sciences 143
Creative Learning Centre 158
FTMS School of Professional Accounting
Crescent Girls’ School 92
and Finance 143
CSM Academy International Pte Ltd 158
Fuchun Primary School 80
Cut & Curl Professional & Academy Pte Ltd 158
Fuchun Secondary School 93
Fuhua Primary School 80
Fuhua Secondary School 93
D
Da Qiao Primary School 79 G
Damai Primary School 79
Damai Secondary School 92 Gan Eng Seng Primary School 80
Dazhong Primary School 79 Gan Eng Seng School 93
De La Salle School 79 Genesis School For Special Education Pte Ltd 159
Dennis Austin Language School 158 GEOS Language Centre 159
Design Technology Institute 128 German European School Singapore 115
Deyi Secondary School 92 German Institute of Science & Technology 129
Dimensions Commercial School Pte Ltd 158 Geylang Methodist Primary School 80
Dimensions Language Centre (S) Pte Ltd 158 Geylang Methodist Secondary School 93
Dover Court Preparatory School 113 Ghim Moh Primary School 80
DPS International School 114 Ghim Moh Secondary School 93
Dunearn Secondary School 92 Gongshang Primary School 80
Dunman High School 102 Good Learning Educare Centre 159
Dunman Secondary School 93 Goro Language School 159

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Greendale Secondary School 93 Institute of Technology 160


Greenridge Primary School 80 Insworld School Pte Ltd 160
Greenridge Secondary School 93 Intense Animation Studio Pte Ltd 160
INDEX OF SCHOOLS

Greenview Secondary School 93 International Centre for Early Childhood Education 160
Greenwood Primary School 80 International Community School 116
Griffiths Primary School 80 International Cuisine Association of Singapore
Growth Language Centre 159 (ICAS) 161
Guangyang Primary School 80 ISS International School Singapore 117
Guangyang Secondary School 93

J
H
Jamiyah Business School 161
Hai Sing Catholic School 94 JCU Singapore Pte Ltd 161
Haig Girls’ School 80 JE Computer & Education Centre Pte Ltd 161
Hanbridge Language School Pte Ltd 159 Jiemin Primary School 81
Harriet Business School 159 Jin Tai Primary School 81
Harriet Teacher Training & Language School 159 Jin Tai Secondary School 94
Hartford Institute Pte Ltd 159 Jing Shan Primary School 81
HEG Centre for Higher Education 159 Junyuan Primary School 81
HEG Singapore Pte Ltd 159 Junyuan Secondary School 94
Hemsdale Associates Pte Ltd 160 Jurong Junior College 103
Hemsdale Management School Pte Ltd 160 Jurong Primary School 81
Henderson Secondary School 94 Jurong Secondary School 94
Henry Park Primary School 81 Jurong West Primary School 81
Hillgrove Secondary School 94 Jurong West Secondary School 94
HMI Institute of Health Sciences (HMI-IHS) 160 Jurongville Secondary School 94
Hollandse School 115 Juying Primary School 81
Holy Innocents’ High School 94 Juying Secondary School 94
Holy Innocents’ Primary School 81
Hong Kah Primary School 81
Hong Kah Secondary School 94 K
Hong Wen School 81
Hougang Primary School 81 Keming Primary School 81
Hougang Secondary School 94 Kent Ridge Secondary School 94
Hua Business School 144 Kheng Cheng School 81
Hua Language Centre 144 Kimage Hairdressing School Pte Ltd 161
Hua Yi Secondary School 94 Kimarie Esthetics & Make-Up Pte Ltd 161
Huamin Primary School 81 Kimarie Hair & Beauty Training Centre Pte Ltd 161
Hwa Chong Institution 102 Kingston International School 161
Hwa Chong International School 116 KLC School of Education 161
KnowledgeWindow Asia Pacific 161
Kong Hwa School 81
I Kranji Primary School 82
Kranji Secondary School 94
Ibiso Creative Inspirational Learning 160 Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Primary School 82
IDY Learning Centre Pte Ltd 160 Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Secondary School 94
Imelda Unisex Hairstyling & Beauty Training School 160
Informatics Institute 145
inlingua School of Languages, Singapore 160 L
Innova Education Centre 160
Innova Junior College 102 Lakeside Primary School 82
INSEAD 129 LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts, Singapore 145
Inspiration Design International Pte Ltd 160 Learning Capital School of Early Childhood 161
Inspiration Design School 160 Lianhua Primary School 82
Institute of Systems Science Lingo Language School Pte Ltd 161
(National University of Singapore) 130 Lingo School of Business Pte Ltd 161

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Linguaphone Language Centre 161 Nanyang International Film Art College 162
Lorna Whiston EAL School 146 Nanyang Junior College 104
Loyang Primary School 82 Nanyang Learning House 162

INDEX OF SCHOOLS
Loyang Secondary School 95 Nanyang Polytechnic 123
LP Language School 162 Nanyang Primary School 83
Lycee Francais de Singapour 117 Nanyang Technological University 132
Nanyang Technological University (Graduate) 132
Nanyang Yuwen School of Commerce Pte Ltd 162
M National Institute of Education 133
National Junior College 105
MacPherson Primary School 82
National University of Singapore 133
MacPherson Secondary School 95
National University of Singapore (Graduate) 134
Maha Bodhi School 82
Naval Base Primary School 83
Management Development Institute of Singapore 146
Naval Base Secondary School 95
Manjusri Secondary School 95
New Town Primary School 83
Maris Stella High School 95
New Town Secondary School 95
Maris Stella High School (jr) 82
Ngee Ann Polytechnic 124
Marketing Institute of Singapore 162
Ngee Ann Primary School 83
Marsiling Primary School 82
Ngee Ann Secondary School 95
Marsiling Secondary School 95
North Spring Primary School 83
Marymount Convent School 82
North View Primary School 83
Mayflower Primary School 82
North View Secondary School 95
Mayflower Secondary School 95
North Vista Secondary School 95
Mee Toh School 82
Northbrooks Secondary School 96
Meridian Junior College 103
Northland Primary School 83
Meridian Primary School 82
Northland Secondary School 96
Methodist Girls’ School (Primary) 82
Novation Business School 162
Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary) 95
NOVO Professional Development Centre 162
Millennia Institute 104
NUS Business School 134
MIT School of Management 162
NUS Graduate School for Integrative
MMI Business School 162
Sciences and Engineering (NGS) 135
Modern Montessori Training Centre 162
NUS High School of Mathematics and Science 105
Monash Business School Pte Ltd 162
NYU Language Centre 162
Monk’s Hill Secondary School 95
Montfort Junior School 82
Montfort Secondary School 95 O
MTC Asia Education Centre 162
Opera Estate Primary School 83
Orchid Park Secondary School 96
N Orient Education Centre 163
OSB Centre for Open Learning (OEG Education) 163
N2P2 Professional Training Centre 162
Outram Secondary School 96
Nan Chiau High School 95
Overseas Family School 118
Nan Chiau Primary School 82
Oxford Business and Language School 163
Nan Hua High School 95
Nan Hua Primary School 83
Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts 147 P
Nanyang Business School,
Nanyang Technological University (Graduate) 130 Pacific UniCollege & Pacific UniCampus 163
Nanyang Business School, Pandan Primary School 83
Nanyang Technological University Park View Primary School 83
(Office of Executive Education) 131 Parry Primary School 83
Nanyang Business School, Pasir Ris Crest Secondary School 96
Nanyang Technological University Pasir Ris Primary School 83
(Undergraduate) 131 Pasir Ris Secondary School 96
Nanyang Girls’ High School 104 Paya Lebar Methodist Girls’ School (Primary) 83
Nanyang Institute of Management Pte Ltd 147 Paya Lebar Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary) 96

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Pei Chun Public School 83 Rivervale Primary School 84


Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School 83 Rosyth School 85
Pei Hwa Secondary School 96 Rulang Primary School 85
INDEX OF SCHOOLS

Pei Tong Primary School 84


Peicai Secondary School 96 S
Peirce Secondary School 96
Peixin Primary School 84 S. P. Jain Center of Management 135
Peiying Primary School 84 SAE Institute 164
Perfect Image Beauty & Cosmetology Sam Kiang School 164
Academy Pte Ltd 163 San Yu Adventist School 164
Ping Yi Secondary School 96 School of Communication & Design 164
Pioneer Junior College 106 School of Service Management 164
Pioneer Primary School 84 Scitech Language School 164
Pioneer Secondary School 96 Sekolah Indonesia Singapura 118
Pivot Point Cosmetology Training Centre 163 Sembawang Primary School 85
Poi Ching School 84 Sembawang Secondary School 97
Portman Business School 163 Seng Kang Primary School 85
Portman Management Centre 163 Seng Kang Secondary School 97
Presbyterian High School 96 Serangoon Computer Training Centre 164
Princess Elizabeth Primary School 84 Serangoon Garden Secondary School 97
Process Educational Centre Pte Ltd 163 Serangoon Garden South School 85
Proweb Learning Centre 163 Serangoon Junior College 107
PSB Academy (A division of PSB Corporation) 148 Serangoon Secondary School 97
Punggol Primary School 84 SGP International Management Academy (S)
Punggol Secondary School 96 Pte Ltd 164
Shelton College International 149
SHINES Education Centre 164
Q Shunji Matsuo Hair Academy 164
Shuqun Primary School 85
Qiaonan Primary School 84
Shuqun Secondary School 97
Qifa Primary School 84
Si Ling Primary School 85
Qihua Primary School 84
Si Ling Secondary School 97
Queensfield Business School 163
Siglap Secondary School 97
Queensfield International Business School Pte Ltd 163
Singapore Accountancy Academy 150
Queenstown Primary School 84
Singapore American School 119
Queenstown Secondary School 96
Singapore Chinese Girls’ Primary School 85
Queensway Secondary School 96
Singapore Chinese Girls’ School 97
Singapore College of Traditional Chinese Medicine 164
R Singapore Commercial School 164
Singapore Hotel & Tourism Education Centre
Radin Mas Primary School 84 Pte Ltd 150
Raffles Academy Pte Ltd 163 Singapore Human Resources Institute 164
Raffles Campus Business School 163 Singapore Institute of Commerce 151
Raffles Campus Pte Ltd 148 Singapore Institute of Management 151
Raffles Design Institute (Singapore) 149 Singapore Institute of Materials Management 165
Raffles Girls’ Primary School 84 Singapore Institute of Science 165
Raffles Girls’ School (Secondary) 106 Singapore Management University 136
Raffles Institution 106 Singapore Polytechnic 125
Raffles Junior College 107 Singapore Raffles Music College 165
Red Swastika School 84 Singapore Sports School 97
Regent Secondary School 97 Singapore-MIT Alliance 136
Republic Polytechnic 124 SMa School of Management 165
Rex Commercial School 164 Smart Learners Education Centre 165
River Valley High School 107 SMDC Business School 165
River Valley Primary School 84 South View Primary School 85
Riverside Secondary School 97 Spring Language School 165

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Springfield Secondary School 97 Temasek Polytechnic 125


SSTC Education Centre 152 Temasek Primary School 86
ST Education & Training Pte Ltd 165 Temasek Secondary School 98

INDEX OF SCHOOLS
St Francis Methodist School 152 Thames Business School 145
St James English School 153 Thames Language School 145
St. Andrew’s Junior College 108 The Barclyne Business School 166
St. Andrew’s Junior School 85 The Japanese School (Secondary) 120
St. Andrew’s Secondary School 97 The Restaurant Association of Singapore 166
St. Anthony’s Canossian Primary School 85 The TESOL Training Centre 166
St. Anthony’s Canossian Secondary School 97 The Tourism Academy @ Sentosa 126
St. Anthony’s Primary School 85 The Turning Point Business School 166
St. Gabriel’s Primary School 85 The Young Prodigy Language School 166
St. Gabriel’s Secondary School 97 Times Educational Services Pte Ltd 167
St. George’s Private School 165 TMC Academy 154
St. Hilda’s Primary School 85 TMC Academy for Advanced Education 154
St. Hilda’s Secondary School 97 Toni & Guy Singapore Pte Ltd 166
St. Joseph’s Institution 98 Top Image Hair & Beaute Training Centre 167
St. Margaret’s Primary School 85 Tourism Management Institute of Singapore 155
St. Margaret’s Secondary School 98 Townsville Primary School 86
St. Michael’s School 85 Trusthouse Centre For Travel & Tourism Studies 167
St. Patrick’s School 98 Turning Point Academy Pte Ltd 167
St. Stephen’s School 86 Tyndale Business School 167
Stamford Primary School 86 Tyndale Electronics School 167
Stansfield College 153 Tyndale Language Centre 167
Steven Tuition Centre (Rochor) 165
Stirling School of Business 165
Strategic Business Management School 165 U
Swiss Cottage Secondary School 98
United World College of SEA 120
Swiss School 119
Unity Primary School 86
System Computer & Commercial Training Pte Ltd 165
Unity Secondary School 98
Systematic Commercial Training Centre 165
University of Chicago Graduate School
of Business 137
T UNSW Asia 137
Uptrend Business School 167
T.E.D. Huaxia Institute 166
T.E.D. Human Resource Development Centre 166
Tah Li Electronic Pte School 166 V
Tamaris Hairdressing & Beauty School (1987) 166
Tampines Junior College 108 Victoria Junior College 109
Tampines North Primary School 86 Victoria School 98
Tampines Primary School 86
Tampines Secondary School 98
Tanglin Secondary School 98
W
Tanjong Katong Girls’ School 98
Wall Street Education Centre 167
Tanjong Katong Primary School 86
Waseda Shibuya Senior High School 121
Tanjong Katong Secondary School 98
Washington Commercial And Language School 167
Tao Nan School 86
Washington Computer School 167
TC Education Centre 166
Wellington Language School 167
TCM Professional Centre 166
Teck Ghee Primary School 86 Wellington Primary School 86
Teck Whye Primary School 86 West Business School Holdings Pte Ltd 167
Teck Whye Secondary School 98 West Grove Primary School 86
TeleLingua Educational Centre Pte Ltd 166 West Spring Secondary School 98
Telok Kurau Primary School 86 West View Primary School 86
Telok Kurau Secondary School 98 Westwood Secondary School 98
Temasek Junior College 108 White Sands Primary School 86

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Whitley Secondary School 98 Yio Chu Kang Secondary School 99


Wilcare School of Healthcare Management 168 Yishun Junior College 109
Woodgrove Primary School 87 Yishun Primary School 87
INDEX OF SCHOOLS

Woodgrove Secondary School 99 Yishun Secondary School 99


Woodlands Primary School 87 Yishun Town Secondary School 99
Woodlands Ring Primary School 87 YMCA Education Centre 167
Woodlands Ring Secondary School 99 Yu Neng Primary School 87
Yuan Ching Secondary School 99
Woodlands Secondary School 99
Yuhua Primary School 87
Yuhua Secondary School 99
X Yumin Primary School 87
Yusof Ishak Secondary School 99
Xinghua Primary School 87 Yuying Secondary School 99
Xingnan Primary School 87
Xinmin Primary School 87
Xinmin Secondary School 99 Z
Xishan Primary School 87
Zesprion Language Centre 168
Zhangde Primary School 87
Y Zhenghua Primary School 87
Zhenghua Secondary School 99
Yangzheng Primary School 87 Zhicheng Private School 168
Yew Tee Primary School 87 Zhonghua Primary School 88
Yio Chu Kang Primary School 87 Zhonghua Secondary School 99

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Primary Schools 77
Secondary Schools 90
Pre-University Institutions 101
International (Foreign System and 111
MOE Privately-funded) Schools
Polytechnics & Technical Institutes 123
Universities 128
Private Schools 140

The information published is


compiled as of March 2006.
Please refer to
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Admiralty Primary School Bedok Green Primary School


11 Woodlands Circle S(738907) 1 Bedok South Avenue 2 S(469317)
Tel: (65) 6362 0598 Fax: (65) 6362 7512 Tel: (65) 6442 5416 Fax: (65) 6449 1491
Email: admiralty_ps@moe.edu.sg Email: bgps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/admiralty Map: East Coast
Map: Woodlands
Bedok West Primary School
Ahmad Ibrahim Primary School 50 Bedok Reservoir Crescent S(479225)
10 Yishun Street 11 S(768643) Tel: (65) 6445 1224, 6445 1244 Fax: (65) 6449 5856
Tel: (65) 6759 2906 Fax: (65) 6759 2927 Email: bwps@moe.edu.sg
Email: aips@moe.edu.sg Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/bwps
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/aips Map: East Coast
Map: Woodlands

Ai Tong School Bendemeer Primary School

PRIMARY SCHOOLS
91 Bendemeer Road S(339948)
100 Bright Hill Drive S(579646)
Tel: (65) 6298 2911 Fax: (65) 6299 5735
Tel: (65) 6454 7672 Fax: (65) 6453 2726
Email: bendemeer_ps@moe.edu.sg
Email: aitong_sch@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/benps/
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/ats
Map: East Coast
Map: Upper Serangoon

Anderson Primary School Blangah Rise Primary School


19 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 9 S(569785) 91 Telok Blangah Heights S(109100)
Tel: (65) 6456 0340 Fax: (65) 6552 2310 Tel: (65) 6271 7387 Fax: (65) 6276 3037
Email: anderson_ps@moe.edu.sg Email: brps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/andersonps Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/brp
Map: Upper Serangoon Map: West Coast

Ang Mo Kio Primary School Boon Lay Garden Primary School


20 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3 S(569920) 20 Boon Lay Drive S(649930)
Tel: (65) 6452 0794 Fax: (65) 6458 8121 Tel: (65) 6316 0998 Fax: (65) 6316 0209
Email: amkps@moe.edu.sg Email: blgps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/amkps/ Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/blgps
Map: Upper Serangoon Map: Jurong

Anglo-Chinese School (Junior) Bukit Panjang Primary School


25 Peck Hay Road S(228315)
109 Cashew Road S(679676)
Tel: (65) 6733 7911 Fax: (65) 6734 6518
Tel: (65) 6769 1912 Fax: (65) 6763 7462
Email: acjs@moe.edu.sg
Email: bpps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.geocities.com/kocata/acjs/
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/bpps
index2.htm
Map: Choa Chu Kang
Map: Central

Anglo-Chinese School (Primary) Bukit Timah Primary School


50 Barker Road S(309918) 111 Lorong Kismis S(598112)
Tel: (65) 6250 1633 Fax: (65) 6353 1366 Tel: (65) 6466 2863 Fax: (65) 6469 2179
Email: acps@moe.edu.sg Email: bukittimahps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/acsp Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/btps/
Map: Bukit Timah Map: Bukit Timah

Balestier Hill Primary School Bukit View Primary School


565 Balestier Road S(329927) 18 Bukit Batok Street 21 S(659634)
Tel: (65) 6353 9451 Fax: (65) 6254 6150 Tel: (65) 6566 1980 Fax: (65) 6563 5015
Email: bhps@moe.edu.sg Email: bukitview_ps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/bhps Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/bvps/
Map: Upper Serangoon Map: Choa Chu Kang

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Canberra Primary School CHIJ (Kellock)


21 Admiralty Drive S(757714) 1 Bukit Teresa Road S(099757)
Tel: (65) 6759 7433 Fax: (65) 6758 7312 Tel: (65) 6273 0096 Fax: (65) 6273 1710
Email: canberra_ps@moe.edu.sg Email: chijks@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/canps Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/kellock
Map: Woodlands Map: Central

Canossa Convent Primary School CHIJ Our Lady of Good Counsel


1 Sallim Road S(387621) 10 Ang Mo Kio Street 54 S(569184)
Tel: (65) 6844 1418 Fax: (65) 6844 1417 Tel: (65) 6288 6930 Fax: (65) 6281 4132
Email: ccps@moe.edu.sg Email: chijolgcs@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/ccps Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/olgs
Map: East Coast Map: Upper Serangoon

Casuarina Primary School CHIJ Our Lady of The Nativity


PRIMARY SCHOOLS

30 Pasir Ris Street 41 S(518935) 1257 Upper Serangoon Road S(534793)


Tel: (65) 6583 7132 Fax: (65) 6583 6227 Tel: (65) 6385 2455 Fax: (65) 6385 2012
Email: casuarina_ps@moe.edu.sg Email: chijps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/casuarinaps Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/chijoln
Map: Changi Map: Upper Serangoon

Catholic High School CHIJ Primary (Toa Payoh)


9 Bishan Street 22 S(579767) 628 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh S(319765)
Tel: (65) 6458 2177 Fax: (65) 6456 1322 Tel: (65) 6353 2164 Fax: (65) 6353 6362
Email: chs@moe.edu.sg Email: chijtpps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.chs.moe.edu.sg Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/chijpritp/chij.htm
Map: Upper Serangoon Map: Upper Serangoon

Cedar Primary School CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls’ School


15 Cedar Avenue S(349700) 501 Ang Mo Kio Street 13 S(569405)
Tel: (65) 6288 5633 Fax: (65) 6283 0113 Tel: (65) 6454 9698 Fax: (65) 6456 6169
Email: cedar_ps@moe.edu.sg Email: chijsng@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/cps/ Website: http://www.sngs.sch.edu.sg
Map: Upper Serangoon Map: Upper Serangoon

Changkat Primary School Chongfu Primary School


11 Simei Street 3 S(529896) 170 Yishun Avenue 6 S(768959)
Tel: (65) 6783 0923 Fax: (65) 6784 4740 Tel: (65) 6758 5527 Fax: (65) 6257 9571
Email: changkat_ps@moe.edu.sg Email: cfps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/changkat Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/chongfu
Map: Changi Map: Woodlands

CHIJ (Bukit Timah) Chongzheng Primary School


300 Jalan Jurong Kechil S(598668) 1 Tampines Street 21 S(529392)
Tel: (65) 6769 1529 Fax: (65) 6765 3551 Tel: (65) 6781 9002 Fax: (65) 6784 5054
Email: chijbts@moe.edu.sg Email: czps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/chijbt Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/cz
Map: Jurong Map: Changi

CHIJ (Katong) Primary Chua Chu Kang Primary School


17 Martia Road S(424821) 20 Choa Chu Kang Avenue 2 S(689905)
Tel: (65) 6344 3072 Fax: (65) 6345 9007 Tel: (65) 6766 1574 Fax: (65) 6766 1583
Email: chijktps@moe.edu.sg Email: cckps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/chijkcp Website: http://www.cckps.moe.edu.sg
Map: East Coast Map: Choa Chu Kang

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Clementi Primary School De La Salle School


8 Clementi Avenue 3 S(129903) 11 Choa Chu Kang Street 52 S(689285)
Tel: (65) 6779 7449 Fax: (65) 6773 2898 Tel: (65) 6766 7675 Fax: (65) 6762 2075
Email: clementi_ps@moe.edu.sg Email: dlss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/clementips Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/delasalle
Map: West Coast Map: Choa Chu Kang

Compassvale Primary School East Coast Primary School


21 Compassvale Street S(545091) 8 Chai Chee Lane S(469031)
Tel: (65) 6388 2819 Fax: (65) 6388 2798 Tel: (65) 6244 7652, 6244 7657 Fax: (65) 6449 0429
Email: cvps@moe.edu.sg Email: ecps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/comps Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/ecps
Map: Upper Serangoon Map: East Coast

Concord Primary School

PRIMARY SCHOOLS
East Spring Primary School
3 Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4 S(689814)
31 Tampines Street 33 S(529258)
Tel: (65) 6763 2139 Fax: (65) 6763 2452
Tel: (65) 6786 6192 Fax: (65) 6786 6649
Email: concord_ps@moe.edu.sg
Email: esps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/concordps
Map: Changi
Map: Choa Chu Kang

Coral Primary School East View Primary School


20 Pasir Ris Street 51 S(518902) 4 Tampines Street 91 S(528907)
Tel: (65) 6585 4491 Fax: (65) 6585 4493 Tel: (65) 6783 6531 Fax: (65) 6788 7016
Email: coral_ps@moe.edu.sg Email: evps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/coralps/ Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/evps/
Map: Changi Map: Changi

Corporation Primary School Edgefield Primary School


31 Jurong West Street 24 S(648374) 41 Edgefield Plains S(828869)
Tel: (65) 6795 7381 Fax: (65) 6795 7098 Tel: (65) 6312 6091 Fax: (65) 6312 6093
Email: cps@moe.edu.sg Email: edgefield_ps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/cps Map: Upper Serangoon
Map: Jurong
Elias Park Primary School
Da Qiao Primary School 11 Pasir Ris Street 52 S(518866)
8 Ang Mo Kio Street 54 S(569185) Tel: (65) 6584 4393 Fax: (65) 6584 4392
Tel: (65) 6458 8225 Fax: (65) 6458 4028 Email: epps@moe.edu.sg
Email: dqps@moe.edu.sg Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/epps
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/dqps/ Map: Changi
Map: Upper Serangoon

Damai Primary School Eunos Primary School


52 Bedok Reservoir Crescent S(479226) 95 Jalan Eunos S(419529)
Tel: (65) 6445 6483 Fax: (65) 6449 9681 Tel: (65) 6746 3336 Fax: (65) 6748 8554
Email: damai_ps@moe.edu.sg Email: eunos_ps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/dps Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/eps/
Map: East Coast Map: East Coast

Dazhong Primary School Evergreen Primary School


35 Bukit Batok Street 31 S(659441) 31 Woodlands Circle S(738908)
Tel: (65) 6565 8002 Fax: (65) 6563 6421 Tel: (65) 6368 7705 Fax: (65) 6368 8084
Email: dazhong_ps@moe.edu.sg Email: evergreen_ps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.meo.edu.sg/daps/ Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/everps/
Map: Choa Chu Kang Map: Woodlands

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Fairfield Methodist Primary School Geylang Methodist Primary School


100 Dover Road S(139648) 4 Geylang East Central S(389706)
Tel: (65) 6778 8431 Fax: (65) 6776 2948 Tel: (65) 6748 6746 Fax: (65) 6748 8980
Email: fmps@moe.edu.sg Email: gmps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/fmps Map: East Coast
Map: West Coast
Ghim Moh Primary School
Farrer Park Primary School 287 Ghim Moh Road S(279623)
2 Farrer Park Road S(217567) Tel: (65) 6466 0347 Fax: (65) 6469 9793
Tel: (65) 6295 2272 Fax: (65) 6294 2272 Email: ghimmoh_ps@moe.edu.sg
Email: fpps@moe.edu.sg Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/ghimmps
Map: Central Map: West Coast

Fengshan Primary School Gongshang Primary School


PRIMARY SCHOOLS

307 Bedok North Road S(469680) 1 Tampines Street 42 S(529176)


Tel: (65) 6586 0123 Fax: (65) 6586 0122 Tel: (65) 6783 1191 Fax: (65) 6788 0004
Email: fsps@moe.edu.sg Email: gsps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/fsps Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/gps
Map: East Coast Map: East Coast

Fernvale Primary School Greenridge Primary School


1 Fernvale Lane S(797701) 11 Jelapang Road S(677744)
Tel: (65) 6315 3051 Fax: (65) 6315 3067 Tel: (65) 6760 4265 Fax: (65) 6762 0189
Email: fernvale_ps@moe.edu.sg Email: grps@moe.edu.sg
Map: Upper Serangoon Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/grp
Map: Choa Chu Kang
First Toa Payoh Primary School
7 Lorong 8 Toa Payoh S(319252) Greenwood Primary School
Tel: (65) 6256 7822 Fax: (65) 6256 1102 11 Woodlands Drive 62 S(737942)
Email: ftpps@moe.edu.sg Tel: (65) 6366 6158 Fax: (65) 6366 6159
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/ftpps Email: greenwood_ps@moe.edu.sg
Map: Upper Serangoon Website: http://school.moe.edu.sg/greenwood
Map: Woodlands
Fuchun Primary School
29 Woodlands Centre Road S(738926) Griffiths Primary School
Tel: (65) 6368 3925 Fax: (65) 6367 0117 3 Tampines Street 22 S(529366)
Email: fcps@moe.edu.sg Tel: (65) 6783 0427 Fax: (65) 6784 5293
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/fuchps Email: griffiths_ps@moe.edu.sg
Map: Woodlands Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/gps
Map: Changi
Fuhua Primary School
65 Jurong East Street 13 S(609647) Guangyang Primary School
Tel: (65) 6562 4370 Fax: (65) 6563 9542 6 Bishan Street 12 S(579806)
Email: fhps@moe.edu.sg Tel: (65) 6258 0455 Fax: (65) 6258 0010
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/fuhps Email: gyps@moe.edu.sg
Map: Jurong Map: Upper Serangoon

Gan Eng Seng Primary School Haig Girls’ School


100 Redhill Close S(158901) 51 Koon Seng Road S(427072)
Tel: (65) 6471 7451 Fax: (65) 6479 4152 Tel: (65) 6344 0293 Fax: (65) 6447 4169
Email: gesps@moe.edu.sg Email: haiggirlssch@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/gesps Website: www.schools.moe.edu.sg/hgs
Map: West Coast Map: East Coast

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Henry Park Primary School Jing Shan Primary School


1 Holland Grove Road S(278790) 5 Ang Mo Kio Street 52 S(569228)
Tel: (65) 6466 3600 Fax: (65) 6469 1840 Tel: (65) 6456 6305 Fax: (65) 6458 1619
Email: hpps@moe.edu.sg Email: jsps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/hpp/ Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/jingshan
Map: Bukit Timah Map: Upper Serangoon

Holy Innocents’ Primary School Junyuan Primary School


5 Lorong Low Koon S(536451) 2 Tampines Street 91 S(528906)
Tel: (65) 6288 6516 Fax: (65) 6287 6393 Tel: (65) 6783 0375 Fax: (65) 6788 7395
Email: holyinnocent@moe.edu.sg Email: junyuan_ps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/hips/ Map: Changi
Map: Upper Serangoon
Jurong Primary School
Hong Kah Primary School

PRIMARY SCHOOLS
200 Jurong East Avenue 1 S(609789)
1 Bukit Batok West Avenue 2 S(659203) Tel: (65) 6561 8837 Fax: (65) 6564 1964
Tel: (65) 6896 3660 Fax: (65) 6562 6764 Email: jps@moe.edu.sg
Email: hkps@moe.edu.sg Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/jurong
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/hkp Map: Jurong
Map: Choa Chu Kang

Jurong West Primary School


Hong Wen School 30 Jurong West Street 61 S(648368)
508 Victoria Street S(198372)
Tel: (65) 6793 3419 Fax: (65) 6793 6593
Tel: (65) 6294 3340 Fax: (65) 6293 7625
Email: jwps@moe.edu.sg
Email: hws@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/jwps/
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/hw/
Map: Jurong
Map: Central

Juying Primary School


Hougang Primary School
31 Jurong West Street 91 S(649037)
1 Hougang Street 93 S(534238)
Tel: (65) 6793 2039 Fax: (65) 6793 2040
Tel: (65) 6489 7445 Fax: (65) 6489 7446
Email: juying_ps@moe.edu.sg
Email: hougang_ps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/jups
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/houps
Map: Jurong
Map: Upper Serangoon

Huamin Primary School Keming Primary School


21 Yishun Avenue 11 S(768857) 90 Bukit Batok East Avenue 6 S(659762)
Tel: (65) 6752 9004 Fax: (65) 6755 2455 Tel: (65) 6896 2054 Fax: (65) 6563 2356
Email: huamin_ps@moe.edu.sg Email: kmps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/huamin Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/keming
Map: Woodlands Map: Choa Chu Kang

Jiemin Primary School Kheng Cheng School


2 Yishun Street 71 S(768515) 15 Lorong 3 Toa Payoh S(319580)
Tel: (65) 6758 6472 Fax: (65) 6755 9958 Tel: (65) 6255 2502 Fax: (65) 6255 6569
Email: jiemin_ps@moe.edu.sg Email: kcs@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/jps Map: Upper Serangoon
Map: Woodlands
Kong Hwa School
Jin Tai Primary School 350 Guillemard Road S(399772)
145 West Coast Road S(127367) Tel: (65) 6342 1195 Fax: (65) 6342 1120
Tel: (65) 6778 8692 Fax: (65) 6777 6493 Email: konghwa_sch@moe.edu.sg
Email: jintai_ps@moe.edu.sg Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/khs
Map: West Coast Map: East Coast

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Kranji Primary School Marsiling Primary School


11 Choa Chu Kang Street 54 S(689189) 31 Woodlands Centre Road S(738927)
Tel: (65) 6763 4812 Fax: (65) 6763 4568 Tel: (65) 6269 6193 Fax: (65) 6269 9050
Email: kranji_ps@moe.edu.sg Email: marsiling_ps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www1.moe.edu.sg/kps/ Website: http://www.hosthaven.com/maps
Map: Choa Chu Kang Map: Woodlands

Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Primary Marymount Convent School


School 20 Marymount Road S(297754)
8 Bishan Street 13 S(579793) Tel: (65) 6256 6701 Fax: (65) 6254 3080
Tel: (65) 6259 5396 Fax: (65) 6258 8012 Email: mmcs@moe.edu.sg
Email: kcpps@moe.edu.sg Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/mcs
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/kcpps/ Map: Bukit Timah
Map: Upper Serangoon
Mayflower Primary School
PRIMARY SCHOOLS

200 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5 S(569878)


Lakeside Primary School
Tel: (65) 6452 0849 Fax: (65) 6453 4116
161 Corporation Walk S(618310)
Email: mayflower_ps@moe.edu.sg
Tel: (65) 6262 0918 Fax: (65) 6262 1021
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/mps
Email: lakeside_ps@moe.edu.sg
Map: Upper Serangoon
Map: Jurong

Mee Toh School


Lianhua Primary School 21 Edgedale Plains S(828867)
2 Bukit Batok Street 52 S(659243) Tel: (65) 6489 3326 Fax: (65) 6489 3243
Tel: (65) 6563 9502 Fax: (65) 6563 9591 Email: meetoh_sch@moe.edu.sg
Email: lianhua_ps@moe.edu.sg Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/mts
Map: Choa Chu Kang Map: Upper Serangoon

Loyang Primary School Meridian Primary School


3 Pasir Ris Drive 6 S(519419) 20 Pasir Ris Street 71 S(518798)
Tel: (65) 6582 1449 Fax: (65) 6581 6549 Tel: (65) 6583 2125 Fax: (65) 6583 4993
Email: loyang_ps@moe.edu.sg Email: meridian_ps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/loyang Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/meridianps/
Map: Changi Map: Changi

MacPherson Primary School Methodist Girls’ School (Primary)


2 Mattar Road S(387724) 5 Clementi Avenue 6 S(129835)
Tel: (65) 6746 1516 Fax: (65) 6748 5754 Tel: (65) 6469 4800 Fax: (65) 6779 5530
Email: mpps@moe.edu.sg Email: mgps@moe.edu.sg
Map: Upper Serangoon Website: http://www.mgs.sch.edu.sg
Map: West Coast

Maha Bodhi School Montfort Junior School


10 Ubi Avenue 1 S(408931) 52 Hougang Avenue 8 S(538786)
Tel: (65) 6744 2115 Fax: (65) 6744 3752 Tel: (65) 6510 1588 Fax: (65) 6510 1599
Email: mbs@moe.edu.sg Email: montfort_js@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/mbs Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/mjs/
Map: East Coast Map: Upper Serangoon

Maris Stella High School Nan Chiau Primary School


25 Mount Vernon Road S(368051) 50 Anchorvale Link S(545080)
Tel: (65) 6280 3880, 6282 7743 Fax: (65) 6288 6905 Tel: (65) 6489 7905 Fax: (65) 6489 7906
Email: msh@moe.edu.sg Email: ncps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/mshs/ Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/ncps
Map: Upper Serangoon Map: Upper Serangoon

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Nan Hua Primary School Opera Estate Primary School


30 Jalan Lempeng S(128806) 48 Fidelio Street S(458436)
Tel: (65) 6778 8050 Fax: (65) 6778 4127 Tel: (65) 6241 0417 Fax: (65) 6449 3042
Email: nhps@moe.edu.sg Email: oeps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/sch5622 Website: http://www.oeps.moe.edu.sg
Map: West Coast Map: East Coast

Nanyang Primary School Pandan Primary School


52 King’s Road S(268097) 700 West Coast Road S(608785)
Tel: (65) 6467 2677 Fax: (65) 6468 6913 Tel: (65) 6561 8492 Fax: (65) 6564 6252
Email: nyps@moe.edu.sg Email: pandan_ps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/sch5258 Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools.pdn
Map: Bukit Timah Map: Jurong

Naval Base Primary School Park View Primary School

PRIMARY SCHOOLS
7 Yishun Avenue 4 S(769028) 60 Pasir Ris Drive 1 S(519524)
Tel: (65) 6753 7114 Fax: (65) 6755 5355 Tel: (65) 6585 1421 Fax: (65) 6585 1401
Email: nbps@moe.edu.sg Email: pvps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/nbps Map: Changi
Map: Woodlands
Parry Primary School
New Town Primary School 28 Parry Avenue S(547255)
402 Commonwealth Drive S(149599) Tel: (65) 6288 7238 Fax: (65) 6287 9978
Tel: (65) 6474 8805 Fax: (65) 6474 1249 Email: parry_ps@moe.edu.sg
Email: ntps@moe.edu.sg Website: http://www.parryps.moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/ntps Map: Upper Serangoon
Map: West Coast
Pasir Ris Primary School
Ngee Ann Primary School 5 Pasir Ris Street 21 S(518968)
344 Marine Terrace S(449149) Tel: (65) 6582 2606 Fax: (65) 6582 8492
Tel: (65) 6441 8677 Fax: (65) 6441 7411 Email: prps@moe.edu.sg
Email: naps@moe.edu.sg Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/pasirris
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/naps/ Map: Changi
Map: East Coast
Paya Lebar Methodist Girls’ School
North Spring Primary School (Primary)
1 Rivervale Street S(545088) 298 Lorong Ah Soo S(536741)
Tel: (65) 6881 6887 Fax: (65) 6385 1044 Tel: (65) 6286 2795 Fax: (65) 6280 3915
Email: nsps@moe.edu.sg Email: plmgps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/north_spring Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/plmgps
Map: Upper Serangoon Map: Upper Serangoon

North View Primary School Pei Chun Public School


210 Yishun Avenue 6 S(768960) 16 Lorong 7 Toa Payoh S(319320)
Tel: (65) 6759 3235 Fax: (65) 6759 3237 Tel: (65) 6353 9450 Fax: (65) 6353 8418
Email: nvps@moe.edu.sg Email: pcps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/nvps Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/pcps/
Map: Woodlands Map: Upper Serangoon

Northland Primary School Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School


15 Yishun Avenue 4 S(769026) 7 Pei Wah Avenue S(597610)
Tel: (65) 6759 8884 Fax: (65) 6755 9196 Tel: (65) 6466 3787 Fax: (65) 6462 1944
Email: northland_ps@moe.edu.sg Email: phpps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.northlandps.moe.edu.sg Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/phpps/
Map: Woodlands Map: Bukit Timah

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Pei Tong Primary School Qifa Primary School


15 Clementi Avenue 5 S(129857) 50 West Coast Avenue S(128104)
Tel: (65) 6777 5458 Fax: (65) 6778 9784 Tel: (65) 6778 3085 Fax: (65) 6776 1485
Email: ptps@moe.edu.sg Email: qifa_ps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/ptps Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/qifaps/
Map: West Coast Map: West Coast

Peixin Primary School Qihua Primary School


500 Yishun Ring Road S(768679) 5 Woodlands Street 81 S(738525)
Tel: (65) 6852 2660 Fax: (65) 6755 4198 Tel: (65) 6269 6250 Fax: (65) 6269 3114
Email: peixin_ps@moe.edu.sg Email: qihua_ps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/pxps Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/qihua
Map: Woodlands Map: Woodlands

Peiying Primary School


PRIMARY SCHOOLS

Queenstown Primary School


651 Yishun Ring Road S(768687) 310 Margaret Drive S(149303)
Tel: (65) 6257 5684 Fax: (65) 6755 8802 Tel: (65) 6474 1044 Fax: (65) 6471 3640
Email: peiying_ps@moe.edu Email: qtps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/pps Map: West Coast
Map: Woodlands

Radin Mas Primary School


Pioneer Primary School 1 Bukit Purmei Avenue S(099840)
23 Jurong West Street 81 S(649076)
Tel: (65) 6273 3937 Fax: (65) 6276 3083
Tel: (65) 6793 2397 Fax: (65) 6793 3974
Email: rmps@moe.edu.sg
Email: pioneer_ps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/radinmas
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/pips
Map: Central
Map: Jurong

Raffles Girls’ Primary School


Poi Ching School
21 Hillcrest Road S(289072)
21 Tampines Street 71 S(529067)
Tel: (65) 6468 4377 Fax: (65) 6469 2024
Tel: (65) 6785 6420 Fax: (65) 6785 7198
Email: rgps@moe.edu.sg
Email: poiching_sch@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/rgps
Map: Changi
Map: Bukit Timah

Princess Elizabeth Primary School


30 Bukit Batok West Avenue 3 S(659163) Red Swastika School
Tel: (65) 6565 5111 Fax: (65) 6563 7859 350 Bedok North Avenue 3 S(469719)
Email: peps@moe.edu.sg Tel: (65) 6443 0380 Fax: (65) 6244 8391
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/peps Email: redswastika@moe.edu.sg
Map: Choa Chu Kang Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/rss
Map: East Coast

Punggol Primary School


61 Hougang Avenue 8 S(538787) River Valley Primary School
Tel: (65) 6385 0762 Fax: (65) 6387 7793 2 River Valley Green S(237993)
Email: punggol_ps@moe.edu.sg Tel: (65) 6737 1785 Fax: (65) 6732 1951
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/punggol Email: rvps@moe.edu.sg
Map: Upper Serangoon Map: Central

Qiaonan Primary School Rivervale Primary School


15 Tampines Street 11 S(529454) 80 Rivervale Drive S(545092)
Tel: (65) 6781 7695 Fax: (65) 6784 3217 Tel: (65) 6388 7450 Fax: (65) 6388 7449
Email: qnps@moe.edu.sg Email: rivervale_ps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/qps/home.htm Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/rivervps
Map: Changi Map: Upper Serangoon

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Rosyth School South View Primary School


21 Serangoon North Avenue 4 S(555855) 6 Choa Chu Kang Central S(689762)
Tel: (65) 6481 2273 Fax: (65) 6483 1102 Tel: (65) 6769 7176 Fax: (65) 6763 1091
Email: rosyth_sch@moe.edu.sg Email: svps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.rosyth.moe.edu.sg Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/sv
Map: Upper Serangoon Map: Choa Chu Kang

Rulang Primary School St. Andrew’s Junior School


6 Jurong West Street 52 S(649295) 2 Francis Thomas Drive S(359337)
Tel: (65) 6565 7771 Fax: (65) 6563 2382 Tel: (65) 6288 4303 Fax: (65) 6289 5242
Email: rulang_ps@moe.edu.sg Email: sajs@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/rulang Map: Upper Serangoon
Map: Jurong
St. Anthony’s Canossian Primary School
Sembawang Primary School 1602 Bedok North Avenue 4 S(469701)

PRIMARY SCHOOLS
10 Sembawang Drive S(757715) Tel: (65) 6449 2239 Fax: (65) 6449 2146
Tel: (65) 6756 7330 Fax: (65) 6756 0367 Email: sacps@moe.edu.sg
Email: sembawang_ps@moe.edu.sg Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/sacc
Map: Woodlands Map: East Coast

Seng Kang Primary School St. Anthony’s Primary School


21 Compassvale Walk S(545166) 1 Bukit Batok Street 34 S(659321)
Tel: (65) 6384 0809 Fax: (65) 6384 0839 Tel: (65) 6569 0822 Fax: (65) 6569 0811
Email: skps@moe.edu.sg Email: saps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/skps Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/sap/
Map: Upper Serangoon Map: Choa Chu Kang

Serangoon Garden South School St. Gabriel’s Primary School


49 Kensington Park Road S(557283) 220 Lorong Chuan S(556742)
Tel: (65) 6288 0308 Fax: (65) 6287 4710 Tel: (65) 6280 3628 Fax: (65) 6382 0344
Email: serangoonsth@moe.edu.sg Email: stgps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/sgss Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/sgps/
Map: Upper Serangoon Map: Upper Serangoon

Shuqun Primary School St. Hilda’s Primary School


8 Jurong West Street 51 S(649332) 2 Tampines Avenue 3 S(529706)
Tel: (65) 6563 7129 Fax: (65) 6563 7418 Tel: (65) 6781 1916 Fax: (65) 6783 0527
Email: sqps@moe.edu.sg Email: shps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/sqps Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/hilda/
Map: Jurong welcome.welcome.htm
Map: Changi
Si Ling Primary School
61 Woodlands Avenue 1 S(739067) St. Margaret’s Primary School
Tel: (65) 6269 8832 Fax: (65) 6367 5516 99 Wilkie Road S(228091)
Email: slps@moe.edu.sg Tel: (65) 6339 4247 Fax: (65) 6339 4264
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/slps/slps/ Email: stmargaretps@moe.edu.sg
welcome.html Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/smps/
Map: Woodlands Map: Central

Singapore Chinese Girls’ Primary School St. Michael’s School


190 Dunearn Road S(309437) 3 Essex Road S(309331)
Tel: (65) 6252 7966 Fax: (65) 6252 3577 Tel: (65) 6255 2700 Fax: (65) 6255 7455
Email: scgps@moe.edu.sg Email: stmichaelsch@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/scgs Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/smss
Map: Bukit Timah Map: Bukit Timah

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St. Stephen’s School Telok Kurau Primary School


20 Siglap View S(455789) 50 Bedok Reservoir Road S(479239)
Tel: (65) 6241 9513 Fax: (65) 6442 2576 Tel: (65) 6244 1600 Fax: (65) 6244 2182
Email: ststephensch@moe.edu.sg Email: telokkrau_ps@moe.edu.sg
Map: East Coast Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/tkps
Map: East Coast

Stamford Primary School


1 Victoria Lane S(198423) Temasek Primary School
Tel: (65) 6294 5074 Fax: (65) 6291 9262 501 Bedok South Avenue 3 S(469300)
Email: stamford_ps@moe.edu.sg Tel: (65) 6443 8134 Fax: (65) 6449 5871
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/stamford Email: temasek_ps@moe.edu.sg
Map: Central Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/temasekkp/
tps/
Map: East Coast
Tampines North Primary School
PRIMARY SCHOOLS

30 Tampines Avenue 9 S(529565)


Tel: (65) 6785 4329 Fax: (65) 6786 3117 Townsville Primary School
Email: tnps@moe.edu.sg 3 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10 S(569730)
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/tnps Tel: (65) 6457 4345 Fax: (65) 6457 0141
Map: Changi Email: townsvilleps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/tvps
Map: Upper Serangoon
Tampines Primary School
250 Tampines Street 12 S(529426)
Tel: (65) 6783 1190 Fax: (65) 6784 3521 Unity Primary School
Email: tpps@moe.edu.sg 21 Choa Chu Kang Crescent S(688268)
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/sch1201 Tel: (65) 6767 6750 Fax: (65) 6767 6751
Map: Changi Email: unity_ps@moe.edu.sg
Map: Choa Chu Kang

Tanjong Katong Primary School


10 Seraya Road S(437259) Wellington Primary School
Tel: (65) 6344 4728 Fax: (65) 6344 5370 10 Wellington Circle S(757702)
Email: tkps@moe.edu.sg Tel: (65) 6753 3319 Fax: (65) 6753 3765
Map: East Coast Email: wellingtonps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/wellingtonps
Map: Woodlands
Tao Nan School
49 Marine Crescent S(449761)
Tel: (65) 6442 8307 Fax: (65) 6443 5973 West Grove Primary School
Email: taonan_sch@moe.edu.sg 1 Jurong West Street 72 S(649223)
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/tns Tel: (65) 6267 9234 Fax: (65) 6267 9235
Map: East Coast Email: wgps@moe.edu.sg
Map: Jurong

Teck Ghee Primary School


1 Ang Mo Kio Street 32 S(569299)
West View Primary School
31 Senja Road S(677742)
Tel: (65) 6454 8769 Fax: (65) 6458 9886
Tel: (65) 6760 0178 Fax: (65) 6760 0147
Email: tgps@moe.edu.sg
Email: wvps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/tgps
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/wvps
Map: Upper Serangoon
Map: Choa Chu Kang

Teck Whye Primary School White Sands Primary School


11 Teck Whye Walk S(688261) 2 Pasir Ris Street 11 S(519075)
Tel: (65) 6769 1025 Fax: (65) 6763 5191 Tel: (65) 6581 0182 Fax: (65) 6581 5013
Email: twps@moe.edu.sg Email: wsps@moe.edu.sg
Map: Choa Chu Kang Map: Changi

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Woodgrove Primary School Yew Tee Primary School


2 Woodlands Drive 14 S(738079) 10 Choa Chu Kang Street 64 S(689100)
Tel: (65) 6894 3371 Fax: (65) 6894 3372 Tel: (65) 6767 0027 Fax: (65) 6767 5450
Email: woodgrove_ps@moe.edu.sg Email: ytps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/woodgps/ Map: Choa Chu Kang
Map: Woodlands
Yio Chu Kang Primary School
Woodlands Primary School 1 Hougang Street 51 S(538720)
10 Woodlands Drive 50 S(738853) Tel: (65) 6385 1365 Fax: (65) 6385 5915
Tel: (65) 6269 7410 Fax: (65) 6367 1165 Email: yckps@moe.edu.sg
Email: wps@moe.edu.sg Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/yckps
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/woodps/ Map: Upper Serangoon
Map: Woodlands
Yishun Primary School
Woodlands Ring Primary School 551 Yishun Ring Road S(768681)

PRIMARY SCHOOLS
11 Woodlands Ring Road S(738240) Tel: (65) 6257 7461 Fax: (65) 6755 3886
Tel: (65) 6364 3679 Fax: (65) 6364 3490 Email: yps@moe.edu.sg
Email: wrps@moe.edu.sg Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/yps
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/wrps Map: Woodlands
Map: Woodlands
Yu Neng Primary School
Xinghua Primary School 56 Bedok North Street 3 S(469623)
45 Hougang Avenue 1 S(538882) Tel: (65) 6449 0121 Fax: (65) 6449 8564
Tel: (65) 6288 9121 Fax: (65) 6283 8831 Email: ynps@moe.edu.sg
Email: xinghua_ps@moe.edu.sg Website: http://www.ynps.moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/xinghua Map: East Coast
Map: Upper Serangoon
Yuhua Primary School
158 Jurong East Street 24 S(609558)
Xingnan Primary School
Tel: (65) 6560 5062 Fax: (65) 6564 8278
5 Jurong West Street 91 S(649036)
Email: yuhua_ps@moe.edu.sg
Tel: (65) 6791 3679 Fax: (65) 6792 1493
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/yuhuaps/
Email: xingnan_ps@moe.edu.sg
Map: Jurong
Map: Jurong

Yumin Primary School


Xinmin Primary School 3 Tampines Street 21 S(529393)
9 Hougang Avenue 8 S(538784)
Tel: (65) 6781 1262 Fax: (65) 6784 5554
Tel: (65) 6283 5479 Fax: (65) 6288 0334
Email: yumin_ps@moe.edu.sg
Email: xinmin_ps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/yumin
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/sch1724
Map: Changi
Map: Upper Serangoon
Zhangde Primary School
Xishan Primary School 51 Jalan Membina S(169485)
8 Yishun Street 21 S(768611) Tel: (65) 6274 0357 Fax: (65) 6276 3042
Tel: (65) 6758 8837 Fax: (65) 6758 8361 Email: zhangde_ps@moe.edu.sg
Email: xishan_ps@moe.edu.sg Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/zhangde
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/xishan Map: Central
Map: Woodlands
Zhenghua Primary School
Yangzheng Primary School 38 Teck Whye Crescent
15 Serangoon Avenue 3 S(556108) (Holding School) S(688945)
Tel: (65) 6284 6298 Fax: (65) 6287 9778 Tel: (65) 6769 7478 Fax: (65) 6763 6459
Email: yzps@moe.edu.sg Email: zhenghua_ps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://yzps.edu.sg Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/zhenghua
Map: Upper Serangoon Map: Jurong

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Zhonghua Primary School


12 Serangoon Avenue 4 S(556095)
Tel: (65) 6283 5413 Fax: (65) 6282 3882
Email: zhonghua_ps@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/zps
Map: Upper Serangoon
PRIMARY SCHOOLS

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Admiralty Secondary School Bartley Secondary School


31 Woodlands Crescent S(737916) 10 Jalan Bunga Rampai Road S(538403)
Tel: (65) 6365 1733 Fax: (65) 6365 2774 Tel: (65) 6288 9013 Fax: (65) 6280 5595
Email: admiralty_ss@moe.edu.sg Email: bartley_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: www.schools.moe.edu.sg/adss Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/bss
Map: Woodlands Map: Upper Serangoon

Ahmad Ibrahim Secondary School Beatty Secondary School


751 Yishun Avenue 7 S(768928) 1 Toa Payoh North S(318990)
Tel: (65) 6758 5384 Fax: (65) 6755 7778 Tel: (65) 6256 9108 Fax: (65) 6254 2284
Email: aiss@moe.edu.sg Email: beatty_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/aiss Website: http://beattysecondaryschool.net
Map: Woodlands Map: Upper Serangoon

Anderson Secondary School Bedok Green Secondary School


10 Ang Mo Kio Street 53 S(569206) 360 Bedok North Avenue 3 S(469722)
Tel: (65) 6459 8303 Fax: (65) 6458 6104 Tel: (65) 6446 3301 Fax: (65) 6446 5969
Email: anderson_ss@moe.edu.sg Email: bgss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/sch3001 Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/bgss
Map: Upper Serangoon Map: East Coast

Ang Mo Kio Secondary School Bedok North Secondary School


6 Ang Mo Kio Street 22 S(569362) 20 Jalan Damai S(419612)
Tel: (65) 6454 8605 Fax: (65) 6458 2425 Tel: (65) 6842 0631 Fax: (65) 6842 2563
Email: amkss@moe.edu.sg Email: bnss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/amkss Website: http://www.bnss.moe.edu.sg
SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Map: Upper Serangoon Map: East Coast

Anglican High School Bedok South Secondary School


600 Upper Changi Road S(487012) 1 Jalan Langgar Bedok S(468585)
Tel: (65) 6241 4866 Fax: (65) 6441 4690 Tel: (65) 6441 4479 Fax: (65) 6449 1314
Email: ahs@moe.edu.sg Email: bsss@moe.edu.sg
Map: Changi Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/bedoksouth
Map: East Coast
Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road)
60 Barker Road S(309919) Bedok Town Secondary School
Tel: (65) 6256 1633 Fax: (65) 6256 1366 232 Bedok North Street 3 S(469626)
Email: acbrs@moe.edu.sg Tel: (65) 6445 1163 Fax: (65) 6449 0075
Website: http://www.acsbr.net/ Email: btss@moe.edu.sg
Map: Bukit Timah Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/bts
Map: East Coast
Assumption English School
622 Upper Bukit Timah Road S(678117) Bedok View Secondary School
Tel: (65) 6769 1638 Fax: (65) 6763 6560 6 Bedok South Avenue 3 S(469293)
Email: aes@moe.edu.sg Tel: (65) 6443 0563 Fax: (65) 6449 4286
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/aes Email: bedokview_ss@moe.edu.sg
Map: Choa Chu Kang Map: East Coast

Balestier Hill Secondary School Bendemeer Secondary School


11 Novena Rise S(307516) 1 St Wilfred Road S(327919)
Tel: (65) 6256 4342 Fax: (65) 6256 1220 Tel: (65) 6292 7616 Fax: (65) 6293 2594
Email: bhss@moe.edu.sg Email: bendemeer_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/bhss Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/benss
Map: Bukit Timah Map: East Coast

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Bishan Park Secondary School Canberra Secondary School


2 Sin Ming Walk S(575565) 51 Sembawang Drive S(757699)
Tel: (65) 6458 8772 Fax: (65) 6458 8773 Tel: (65) 6758 5070 Fax: (65) 6758 3110
Email: bpss@moe.edu.sg Email: canberra_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/bpsians/ Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/canberra
Map: Upper Serangoon Map: Woodlands

Boon Lay Secondary School Catholic High School


11 Jurong West Street 65 S(648354) 9 Bishan Street 22 S(579767)
Tel: (65) 6794 0161 Fax: (65) 6794 1324 Tel: (65) 6458 2177 Fax: (65) 6456 1322
Email: blss@moe.edu.sg Email: chs@moe.edu.sg
Map: Jurong Website: http://www.chs.moe.edu.sg
Map: Upper Serangoon
Bowen Secondary School
2 Lorong Napiri S(547529) Cedar Girls’ Secondary School
Tel: (65) 6385 9466 Fax: (65) 6385 6559 1 Cedar Avenue S(349692)
Email: bowen_ss@moe.edu.sg Tel: (65) 6288 4909 Fax: (65) 6282 0244
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/bowen Email: cedargirlss@moe.edu.sg
Map: Upper Serangoon Website: http://www.cedargirls.sch.edu.sg
Map: Upper Serangoon

Broadrick Secondary School


2 Dunman Road S(439188)
Chai Chee Secondary School
5 Sennett Road S(466781)
Tel: (65) 6344 5025 Fax: (65) 6447 1427
Tel: (65) 6241 2728 Fax: (65) 6449 1241
Email: broadrick_ss@moe.edu.sg
Email: chaichee_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/brd
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/chaichee
Map: East Coast

SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Map: East Coast

Bukit Batok Secondary School


Changkat Changi Secondary School
50 Bukit Batok West Avenue 8 S(658962)
23 Simei Street 3 S(529894)
Tel: (65) 6566 3121 Fax: (65) 6560 7006
Tel: (65) 6785 9790 Fax: (65) 6786 8481
Email: bbss@moe.edu.sg
Email: changkatchgi@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/bbs
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/ccss/
Map: Choa Chu Kang
Map: Changi

Bukit Merah Secondary School Chestnut Drive Secondary School


10 Lengkok Bahru S(159050) 58 Chestnut Drive S(679301)
Tel: (65) 6474 8934 Fax: (65) 6474 4122 Tel: (65) 6769 1491 Fax: (65) 6763 3025
Email: bmss@moe.edu.sg Email: cdss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/bmss Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/cdss
Map: West Coast Map: Choa Chu Kang

Bukit Panjang Govt. High School CHIJ Katong Convent


7 Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4 S(689809) 346 Marine Terrace S(449150)
Tel: (65) 6769 1031 Fax: (65) 6762 6576 Tel: (65) 6448 6433 Fax: (65) 6449 4405
Email: bpghs@moe.edu.sg Email: chijktcs@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.bpghs.moe.edu.sg/ Website: http://www.chijktcs.moe.edu.sg
Map: Choa Chu Kang Map: East Coast

Bukit View Secondary School CHIJ Secondary (Toa Payoh)


16 Bukit Batok Street 21 S(659633) 500 Thomson Road S(298133)
Tel: (65) 6566 1990 Fax: (65) 6563 0945 Tel: (65) 6353 4972 Fax: (65) 6354 4573
Email: bukitview_ss@moe.edu.sg Email: chijtpss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/btv Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/chijsectp
Map: Choa Chu Kang Map: Bukit Timah

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CHIJ St. Joseph’s Convent Clementi Town Secondary School


62 Sengkang East Way S(548595) 10 Clementi Avenue 3 S(129904)
Tel: (65) 6489 7580 Fax: (65) 6489 7589 Tel: (65) 6777 7362 Fax: (65) 6778 9543
Email: chijsjcs@moe.edu.sg Email: ctss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/chijsjc Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/ctss
Map: Upper Serangoon Map: West Coast

CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls’ School Commonwealth Secondary School


501 Ang Mo Kio Street 13 S(569405) 561 Jurong East Street 24 S(609561)
Tel: (65) 6454 9698 Fax: (65) 6456 6169 Tel: (65) 6564 5361 Fax: (65) 6564 5204
Email: chijsng@moe.edu.sg Email: commonwealthsec@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.sngs.sch.edu.sg Website: www.cwss.moe.edu.sg
Map: Upper Serangoon Map: Jurong

CHIJ St. Theresa’s Convent Compassvale Secondary School


160 Radin Mas S(099138) 51 Compassvale Crescent S(545083)
Tel: (65) 6477 5777 Fax: (65) 6477 5700 Tel: (65) 6881 5047 Fax: (65) 6881 5998
Email: chijstcs@moe.edu.sg Email: cvss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/cstc/ Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/compassvale
Map: Central Map: Upper Serangoon

Chong Boon Secondary School Coral Secondary School


2 Ang Mo Kio Street 44 S(569250) 31 Pasir Ris Street 51 S(518901)
Tel: (65) 6553 1263 Fax: (65) 6553 1284 Tel: (65) 6583 1387 Fax: (65) 6583 6467
Email: cbss@moe.edu.sg Email: coral_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/cbss Website: http://www.coralss.moe.edu.sg
SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Map: Upper Serangoon Map: Changi

Christ Church Secondary School Crescent Girls’ School


20 Woodlands Drive 17 S(737924) 357 Tanglin Road S(247961)
Tel: (65) 6893 3297 Fax: (65) 6893 2789 Tel: (65) 6474 1709 Fax: (65) 6474 1248
Email: admin@christchurchsec.org Email: crescentgirl@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/chr Website: http://www.crescent.edu.sg
Map: Woodlands Map: Bukit Timah

Chua Chu Kang Secondary School Damai Secondary School


3 Teck Whye Crescent S(688845) 4800 Bedok Reservoir Road S(479229)
Tel: (65) 6765 5228 Fax: (65) 6763 6807 Tel: (65) 6443 6848 Fax: (65) 6442 5629
Email: cckss@moe.edu.sg Email: damai_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/cckss Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/damai
Map: Choa Chu Kang Map: East Coast

Chung Cheng High School (Main) Deyi Secondary School


40 Goodman Road S(439012) 1 Ang Mo Kio Street 42 S(569277)
Tel: (65) 6344 3770 Fax: (65) 6344 9686 Tel: (65) 6456 1565 Fax: (65) 6458 3364
Email: cchms@moe.edu.sg Email: deyi_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.cchms.moe.edu.sg/ Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/deyi
Map: East Coast Map: Upper Serangoon

Chung Cheng High School (Yishun) Dunearn Secondary School


11 Yishun Street 61 S(768547) 21 Bukit Batok West Avenue 2 S(659204)
Tel: (65) 6758 3912 Fax: (65) 6758 7397 Tel: (65) 6565 3692 Fax: (65) 6566 8650
Email: cchys@moe.edu.sg Email: dunearn_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/cchb Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/dunearn
Map: Woodlands Map: Choa Chu Kang

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Dunman Secondary School Fuhua Secondary School


21 Tampines Street 45 S(529093) 5 Jurong West Street 41 S(649410)
Tel: (65) 6786 2668 Fax: (65) 6784 2164 Tel: (65) 6563 3067 Fax: (65) 6563 4379
Email: dunman_ss@moe.edu.sg Email: fhss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/dmn Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/fhss
Map: Changi Map: Jurong

East Spring Secondary School Gan Eng Seng School


30 Tampines Street 34 S(529231) 1 Henderson Road S(159561)
Tel: (65) 6587 3805 Fax: (65) 6587 3804 Tel: (65) 6474 5594 Fax: (65) 6473 2479
Email: esss@moe.edu.sg Email: gess@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/epss Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/gess
Map: Changi Map: West Coast

East View Secondary School


Geylang Methodist Secondary School
3 Tampines Street 42 S(529177)
3 Geylang Bahru Lane S(339626)
Tel: (65) 6784 0130 Fax: (65) 6784 1472
Tel: (65) 6746 6503 Fax: (65) 6747 7317
Email: evss@moe.edu.sg
Email: gmss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/evss
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/gmeth
Map: Changi
Map: East Coast

Evergreen Secondary School


11 Woodlands Street 83 S(738489) Ghim Moh Secondary School
Tel: (65) 6365 6392 Fax: (65) 6365 8083 285 Ghim Moh Road S(279622)
Email: evergreen_ss@moe.edu.sg Tel: (65) 6467 0001 Fax: (65) 6469 1862
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/evg/ Email: ghimmoh_ss@moe.edu.sg

SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Map: Woodlands Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/gmss
Map: Bukit Timah
Fairfield Methodist Secondary School
102 Dover Road S(139649) Greendale Secondary School
Tel: (65) 6778 8702 Fax: (65) 6779 7482 51 Edgedale Plains S(828866)
Email: fmss@moe.edu.sg Tel: (65) 6315 8616 Fax: (65) 6315 8420
Website: http://www.fairfieldsec.org Map: Woodlands
Map: West Coast
Greenridge Secondary School
Fajar Secondary School 32 Bukit Panjang Ring Road S(679938)
31 Gangsa Road S(678972) Tel: (65) 6760 1052 Fax: (65) 6762 8334
Tel: (65) 6891 2377 Fax: (65) 6763 3089 Email: grss@moe.edu.sg
Email: fajar_ss@moe.edu.sg Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/gridge/
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/fajar Map: Choa Chu Kang
Map: Choa Chu Kang

First Toa Payoh Secondary School Greenview Secondary School


580 Toa Payoh East S(319133) 15 Pasir Ris Street 21 S(518969)
Tel: (65) 6251 4773 Fax: (65) 6256 8330 Tel: (65) 6583 6033 Fax: (65) 6583 6034
Email: ftpss@moe.edu.sg Email: gvss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/ftpss Website: http://gvss.moe.edu.sg
Map: Bukit Timah Map: Changi

Fuchun Secondary School Guangyang Secondary School


21 Woodlands Avenue 1 S(739062) 8 Bishan Street 12 S(579807)
Tel: (65) 6368 1984 Fax: (65) 6367 0180 Tel: (65) 6258 9781 Fax: (65) 6354 3108
Email: fcss@moe.edu.sg Email: gyss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/fuchun Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/guangyang
Map: Woodlands Map: Bukit Timah

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Hai Sing Catholic School Junyuan Secondary School


9 Pasir Ris Drive 6 S(519421) 11 Tampines Street 84 S(528933)
Tel: (65) 6582 7864 Fax: (65) 6582 2543 Tel: (65) 6587 3683 Fax: (65) 6587 3682
Email: hshs@moe.edu.sg Email: junyuan_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.hsc.sch.edu.sg/ Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/jyss/
Map: Changi Map: Changi

Henderson Secondary School Jurong Secondary School


100 Henderson Road S(159544) 31 Yuan Ching Road S(618652)
Tel: (65) 6273 6265 Fax: (65) 6273 6037 Tel: (65) 6265 5980 Fax: (65) 6268 6414
Email: henderson_ss@moe.edu.sg Email: jurong_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/hss Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/sch3211
Map: West Coast Map: Jurong

Hillgrove Secondary School Jurong West Secondary School


10 Bukit Batok Street 52 S(659250) 61 Jurong West Street 65 S(648348)
Tel: (65) 6560 3726 Fax: (65) 6563 0920 Tel: (65) 6262 3593 Fax: (65) 6262 3587
Email: hillgrove_ss@moe.edu.sg Email: jwss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/hillgrovess Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/jwss
Map: Choa Chu Kang Map: Jurong

Jurongville Secondary School


Holy Innocents’ High School
202 Jurong East Avenue 1 S(609790)
51 Edgedale Plains S(828866)
Tel: (65) 6563 8704 Fax: (65) 6566 2137
Tel: (65) 6283 3381 Fax: (65) 6283 1737
Email: jurongville@moe.edu.sg
Email: hihs@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/jvss
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/hihs
SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Map: Jurong
Map: Upper Serangoon
Juying Secondary School
Hong Kah Secondary School 33 Jurong West Street 91 S(649038)
931 Jurong West Street 42 S(649370) Tel: (65) 6793 2831 Fax: (65) 6793 2835
Tel: (65) 6567 9655 Fax: (65) 6567 9665 Email: juying_ss@moe.edu.sg
Email: hkss@moe.edu.sg Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/jys
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/hkss Map: Jurong
Map: Jurong
Kent Ridge Secondary School
Hougang Secondary School 147 West Coast Road S(127368)
2 Hougang Street 93 S(534256) Tel: (65) 6773 1127 Fax: (65) 6773 5119
Tel: (65) 6282 0831 Fax: (65) 6280 9073 Email: krss@moe.edu.sg
Email: hougang_ss@moe.edu.sg Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/krss
Website: http://www.hougangss.moe.edu.sg Map: West Coast
Map: Upper Serangoon
Kranji Secondary School
Hua Yi Secondary School 61 Choa Chu Kang Street 51 S(689333)
60 Jurong West Street 42 S(649371) Tel: (65) 6766 2464 Fax: (65) 6766 2095
Tel: (65) 6563 4568 Fax: (65) 6563 4505 Email: kranji_ss@moe.edu.sg
Email: hyss@moe.edu.sg Website: http://kranji.edu.sg/
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/huayss Map: Choa Chu Kang
Map: Jurong
Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Secondary
Jin Tai Secondary School School
170 West Coast Road S(127443) 10 Bishan Street 13 S(579795)
Tel: (65) 6778 2733 Fax: (65) 6778 1951 Tel: (65) 6259 3811 Fax: (65) 6353 6535
Email: jtss@moe.edu.sg Email: kcpss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/jintai Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/kcpss
Map: West Coast Map: Upper Serangoon

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Loyang Secondary School Montfort Secondary School


12 Pasir Ris Street 11 S(519073) 50 Hougang Avenue 8 S(538785)
Tel: (65) 6582 1727 Fax: (65) 6581 0557 Tel: (65) 6386 9351 Fax: (65) 6386 2804
Email: loyang_ss@moe.edu.sg Email: montfort_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/lys Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/mssl
Map: Changi Map: Upper Serangoon

MacPherson Secondary School Nan Chiau High School


121 Circuit Road S(379499) 20 Anchorvale Link S(545079)
Tel: (65) 6746 3282 Fax: (65) 6748 8353 Tel: (65) 6489 7971 Fax: (65) 6489 7970
Email: mpss@moe.edu.sg Email: nchs@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.mpss.moe.edu.sg/ Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/nchs
Map: East Coast Map: Upper Serangoon

Manjusri Secondary School Nan Hua High School


149 Sims Drive S(387380) 41 Clementi Avenue 1 S(129956)
Tel: (65) 6742 8196 Fax: (65) 6749 0963 Tel: (65) 6778 8303 Fax: (65) 6775 1956
Email: manjusri_ss@moe.edu.sg Email: nhhs@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/mjr Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/nhss
Map: East Coast Map: West Coast

Maris Stella High School Naval Base Secondary School


25 Mount Vernon Road S(368051) 901 Yishun Ring Road S(768689)
Tel: (65) 6280 3880, 6282 7743 Fax: (65) 6288 6905 Tel: (65) 6257 1996 Fax: (65) 6755 7706
Email: msh@moe.edu.sg Email: nbss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/mshs/ Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/nbs

SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Map: Upper Serangoon Map: Woodlands

Marsiling Secondary School


New Town Secondary School
12 Marsiling Road S(739110)
1020 Dover Road S(139657)
Tel: (65) 6894 1413 Fax: (65) 6894 6156
Tel: (65) 6775 4140 Fax: (65) 6775 2310
Email: marsiling_ss@moe.edu.sg
Email: ntss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/marss
Map: West Coast
Map: Woodlands

Mayflower Secondary School Ngee Ann Secondary School


1 Tampines Street 32 S(529283)
2 Ang Mo Kio Street 21 S(569384)
Tel: (65) 6784 4583 Fax: (65) 6784 0453
Tel: (65) 6457 7783 Fax: (65) 6458 3284
Email: nass@moe.edu.sg
Email: mayflower_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/sch7310
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/mf
Map: Changi
Map: Upper Serangoon

Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary) North View Secondary School


11 Blackmore Drive S(599986) 530 Yishun Ring Road S(768680)
Tel: (65) 6469 3155 Fax: (65) 6469 8717 Tel: (65) 6752 1366 Fax: (65) 6755 6002
Email: mgss@moe.edu.sg Email: nvss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.mgs.sch.edu.sg/ Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/sch3602
Map: Bukit Timah Map: Woodlands

Monk’s Hill Secondary School North Vista Secondary School


12 Winstedt Road S(227978) 11 Rivervale Link S(545081)
Tel: (65) 6235 3383 Fax: (65) 6735 3620 Tel: (65) 6489 7400 Fax: (65) 6489 7260
Email: mhss@moe.edu.sg Email: northvistass@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/sch3302 Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/northvss
Map: Central Map: Upper Serangoon

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Northbrooks Secondary School Peicai Secondary School


585 Yishun Ring Road S(768692) 10 Serangoon Avenue 4 S(556094)
Tel: (65) 6752 4311 Fax: (65) 6756 6110 Tel: (65) 6288 4159 Fax: (65) 6283 0480
Email: northbrooks@moe.edu.sg Email: peicai_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/northbrooks Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/peicai
Map: Woodlands Map: Upper Serangoon

Northland Secondary School Peirce Secondary School


3 Yishun Street 22 S(768578) 10 Sin Ming Walk S(575566)
Tel: (65) 6257 6781 Fax: (65) 6257 3634 Tel: (65) 6457 6454 Fax: (65) 6457 6448
Email: northland_ss@moe.edu.sg Email: peirce_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/sch3058 Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/peirce
Map: Woodlands Map: Upper Serangoon

Orchid Park Secondary School Ping Yi Secondary School


10 Yishun Street 81 S(768454) 2 Bedok South Road S(469268)
Tel: (65) 6759 8547 Fax: (65) 6758 8770 Tel: (65) 6448 9580 Fax: (65) 6444 2731
Email: opss@moe.edu.sg Email: pyss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.opss.sch.edu.sg Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/pyss
Map: Woodlands Map: East Coast

Outram Secondary School Pioneer Secondary School


3 York Hill S(168622) 21 Jurong West Street 81 S(649075)
Tel: (65) 6733 4077 Fax: (65) 6235 2337 Tel: (65) 6793 2012 Fax: (65) 6793 2014
Email: oss@moe.edu.sg Email: pioneer_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/oss Website: http://www.pioneerss.moe.edu.sg
SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Map: Central Map: Jurong

Pasir Ris Crest Secondary School Presbyterian High School


11 Pasir Ris Street 41 S(518934) 5209 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6 S(569845)
Tel: (65) 6581 1655 Fax: (65) 6581 3226 Tel: (65) 6454 3722 Fax: (65) 6454 3430
Email: prcss@moe.edu.sg Email: presbyterian@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/prcss Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/phs
Map: Changi Map: Upper Serangoon

Pasir Ris Secondary School Punggol Secondary School


2 Bedok South Road S(469268) 51 Edgefield Plains S(828870)
Tel: (65) 6781 3259 Fax: (65) 6786 3324 Tel: (65) 6489 7851 Fax: (65) 6489 7859
Email: prss@moe.edu.sg Email: punggol_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/sch3235 Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/pss
Map: East Coast Map: Upper Serangoon

Paya Lebar Methodist Girls’ School Queenstown Secondary School


(Secondary) 1 Strathmore Road S(148800)
15 Serangoon North Avenue 1 S(555888) Tel: (65) 6474 1055 Fax: (65) 6474 1295
Tel: (65) 6488 0424 Fax: (65) 6382 0558 Email: qtss@moe.edu.sg
Email: plmgss@moe.edu.sg Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/qtss/
Website: http://www.plmgss.moe.edu.sg Map: West Coast
Map: Upper Serangoon
Queensway Secondary School
Pei Hwa Secondary School 2A Margaret Drive S(149295)
21 Fernvale Link S(797702) Tel: (65) 6474 1421 Fax: (65) 6474 1302
Tel: (65) 6343 8325 Fax: (65) 6343 8326 Email: qwss@moe.edu.sg
Email: peihwasec@moe.edu.sg Website: http://queensway.sch.edu.sg
Map: Upper Serangoon Map: West Coast

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Regent Secondary School Siglap Secondary School


50 Choa Chu Kang North 5 S(689621) 10 Pasir Ris Drive 10 S(519385)
Tel: (65) 6765 3828 Fax: (65) 6765 3413 Tel: (65) 6582 9461 Fax: (65) 6581 6879
Email: regent_ss@moe.edu.sg Email: siglap_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/regentss Website: http://www.siglapss.moe.edu.sg
Map: Choa Chu Kang Map: Changi

Riverside Secondary School Singapore Chinese Girls’ School


3 Woodlands Street 81 S(738524) 190 Dunearn Road S(309437)
Tel: (65) 6269 9631 Fax: (65) 6368 3677 Tel: (65) 6252 7966 Fax: (65) 6252 3076
Email: riverside_ss@moe.edu.sg Email: scgss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/riverside Map: Bukit Timah
Map: Woodlands
Singapore Sports School
Sembawang Secondary School 1 Champions Way S(737913)
30 Sembawang Crescent S(757704) Tel: (65) 6766 0100 Fax: (65) 6766 2100
Tel: (65) 6756 6760 Fax: (65) 6758 5380 Email: enquire@sportsschool.edu.sg
Email: sembawang_ss@moe.edu.sg Website: www.sportsschool.edu.sg
Website: http://www.sembawangss.moe.edu.sg Map: Upper Serangoon
Map: Woodlands
Springfield Secondary School
Seng Kang Secondary School 30 Tampines Avenue 8 S(529593)
10 Compassvale Lane S(545090) Tel: (65) 6318 3053 Fax: (65) 6318 3050
Tel: (65) 6388 7258 Fax: (65) 6388 7254 Email: springfields@moe.edu.sg
Email: skss@moe.edu.sg Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/springfield
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/skss/ Map: Changi

SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Map: Upper Serangoon
St. Andrew’s Secondary School
Serangoon Garden Secondary School 15 Francis Thomas Drive S(359342)
21 Serangoon North Avenue 1 S(555889) Tel: (65) 6285 1944 Fax: (65) 6382 3779
Tel: (65) 6288 9227 Fax: (65) 6288 8695 Email: sass@moe.edu.sg
Email: sgss@moe.edu.sg Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/saint
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/sgn Map: Upper Serangoon
Map: Upper Serangoon
St. Anthony’s Canossian Secondary
Serangoon Secondary School School
11 Upper Serangoon View S(534237) 1600 Bedok North Avenue 4 S(469700)
Tel: (65) 6385 1589 Fax: (65) 6385 1635 Tel: (65) 6449 0616 Fax: (65) 6449 0162
Email: serangoon_ss@moe.edu.sg Email: sacss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/sss Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/sac
Map: Upper Serangoon Map: East Coast

Shuqun Secondary School St. Gabriel’s Secondary School


450 Jurong East Street 21 S(609604) 24 Serangoon Avenue 1 S(556140)
Tel: (65) 6561 9630 Fax: (65) 6567 2547 Tel: (65) 6288 9470 Fax: (65) 6289 8615
Email: sqss@moe.edu.sg Email: stgss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/sch3234 Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/stgab
Map: Jurong Map: Upper Serangoon

Si Ling Secondary School St. Hilda’s Secondary School


11 Marsiling Lane S(739148) 2 Tampines Street 82 S(528986)
Tel: (65) 6269 1096 Fax: (65) 6367 7030 Tel: (65) 6781 4994 Fax: (65) 6786 5011
Email: slss@moe.edu.sg Email: shss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/siling Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/shss/
Map: Woodlands Map: Changi

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St. Joseph’s Institution Teck Whye Secondary School


38 Malcolm Road S(308274) 31 Teck Whye Crescent S(688848)
Tel: (65) 6250 0022 Fax: (65) 6253 3640 Tel: (65) 6769 1386 Fax: (65) 6763 0487
Email: sji@moe.edu.sg Email: twss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.sji.moe.edu.sg/ Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/twss
Map: Bukit Timah Map: Choa Chu Kang

St. Margaret’s Secondary School Telok Kurau Secondary School


111 Farrer Road S(259240) 3 Chin Cheng Avenue S(429401)
Tel: (65) 6466 4525 Fax: (65) 6466 6709 Tel: (65) 6345 4258 Fax: (65) 6345 7490
Email: stmargaretss@moe.edu.sg Email: telokkrau_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/stmss/ Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/tekss/
Map: Bukit Timah Map: East Coast

Temasek Secondary School


St. Patrick’s School 600 Upper East Coast Road S(465561)
490 East Coast Road S(429058)
Tel: (65) 6449 5020 Fax: (65) 6449 1450
Tel: (65) 6344 0929 Fax: (65) 6344 5152
Email: temasek_ss@moe.edu.sg
Email: stpatricksch@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.temasekss.moe.edu.sg/
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/stpat
Map: East Coast
Map: East Coast
Unity Secondary School
Swiss Cottage Secondary School 20 Choa Chu Kang Street 62 S(689143)
3 Bukit Batok Street 34 S(659322) Tel: (65) 6767 1070 Fax: (65) 6765 4189
Tel: (65) 6563 7173 Fax: (65) 6569 3028 Email: unity_ss@moe.edu.sg
Email: scss@moe.edu.sg Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/unityss
Website: http://www.swisscottage.moe.edu.sg
SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Map: Choa Chu Kang


Map: Choa Chu Kang
Victoria School
Tampines Secondary School 2 Siglap Link S(448880)
252 Tampines Street 12 S(529427) Tel: (65) 6291 2965 Fax: (65) 6445 2609
Tel: (65) 6783 5423 Fax: (65) 6784 3059 Email: victoria_sch@moe.edu.sg
Email: tpss@moe.edu.sg Website: http://vs.moe.edu.sg
Map: Changi Map: East Coast

Tanglin Secondary School West Spring Secondary School


61 Senja Road S(677737)
301 West Coast Road S(127391)
Tel: (65) 6892 0369 Fax: (65) 6892 9468
Tel: (65) 6424 8200 Fax: (65) 6773 4457
Email: westspringss@moe.edu.sg
Email: tanglin_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.schools.moe.edu.sg/wsss
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/tanglinss
Map: Choa Chu Kang
Map: West Coast
Westwood Secondary School
Tanjong Katong Girls’ School 11 Jurong West Street 25 S(648350)
20 Dunman Lane S(439272) Tel: (65) 6792 9737 Fax: (65) 6792 9738
Tel: (65) 6344 1593 Fax: (65) 6345 1487 Email: westwood_ss@moe.edu.sg
Email: tkgs@moe.edu.sg Website: http://www.westwoodss.moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/tkgs Map: Jurong
Map: East Coast
Whitley Secondary School
Tanjong Katong Secondary School 430 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh S(319759)
130 Haig Road S(438796) Tel: (65) 6355 2730, 6355 2746
Tel: (65) 6344 3471 Fax: (65) 6440 9624 Fax: (65) 6354 0992, 6354 0226
Email: tkss@moe.edu.sg Email: whitley_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.tkss.moe.edu.sg Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/whitley
Map: East Coast Map: Bukit Timah

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Woodgrove Secondary School Yuhua Secondary School


3 Woodlands Avenue 6 S(738990) 35 Jurong West Street 41 S(649406)
Tel: (65) 6893 2564 Fax: (65) 6893 4458 Tel: (65) 6566 1985 Fax: (65) 6569 6689
Email: woodgrove_ss@moe.edu.sg Email: yuhua_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/woodgrovess Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/sch3019/
Map: Woodlands Map: Jurong

Woodlands Ring Secondary School Yusof Ishak Secondary School


10 Woodlands Ring Road S(738239) 11 Bukit Batok Street 25 S(658712)
Tel: (65) 6364 3712 Fax: (65) 6364 3713 Tel: (65) 6560 2026 Fax: (65) 6567 5502
Email: wrss@moe.edu.sg Email: yiss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/wrss/ Website: http://www.yiss.moe.edu.sg
Map: Woodlands Map: Choa Chu Kang

Woodlands Secondary School Yuying Secondary School


11 Marsiling Road S(739111) 47 Hougang Avenue 1 S(538884)
Tel: (65) 6849 4400 Fax: (65) 6269 1774 Tel: (65) 6282 7968 Fax: (65) 6287 1607
Email: wdl_ss@moe.edu.sg Email: yuying_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.woodlandssec.org Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/yss/
Map: Woodlands Map: Upper Serangoon

Xinmin Secondary School Zhenghua Secondary School


91 Senja Road S(677741)
11 Hougang Avenue 8 S(538789)
Tel: (65) 6763 9455 Fax: (65) 6763 3577
Tel: (65) 6288 9382 Fax: (65) 6385 1068
Email: zhenghua_ss@moe.edu.sg
Email: xinmin_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/zhss/
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/xinmin
Map: Choa Chu Kang

SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Map: Upper Serangoon

Zhonghua Secondary School


Yio Chu Kang Secondary School 13 Serangoon Avenue 3 S(556123)
3063 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5 S(569868)
Tel: (65) 6282 4339 Fax: (65) 6282 3472
Tel: (65) 6456 0669 Fax: (65) 6552 2927
Email: zhonghua_ss@moe.edu.sg
Email: yckss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/zhonghua
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/ycks
Map: Upper Serangoon
Map: Upper Serangoon

Yishun Secondary School


4 Yishun Street 71 S(768516)
Tel: (65) 6876 7129 Fax: (65) 6755 7748
Email: yishun_ss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/yiss/
Map: Woodlands

Yishun Town Secondary School


61 Sembawang Drive S(757622)
Tel: (65) 6758 7219 Fax: (65) 6755 9112
Email: ytss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/ytss
Map: Woodlands

Yuan Ching Secondary School


103 Yuan Ching Road S(618654)
Tel: (65) 6261 2489 Fax: (65) 6261 6275
Email: ycss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.moe.edu.sg/schools/ycss
Map: Jurong

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Pre-University Institutions

With a choice of junior colleges and a


centralised institute, students spend either 2
or 3 years in preparations for university.

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ANDERSON JUNIOR COLLEGE Map: 7-A1


4500 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6 Singapore 569843
Telephone: (65) 6459 6822
Facsimile: (65) 6459 8734
Email: anderson_jc@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.sg/ajc

The school offers a two-year pre-university course Facilities: 77 classrooms, Library with
leading to GCE A-levels examinations. 30,000 books, 45 mins to City
centre, 180 PCs
Student Services: Counselling Sports Facilities: Courts, Field, Gym, Sports hall

ANGLO-CHINESE JUNIOR COLLEGE Map: 2-A2


25 Dover Close East Singapore 139745
Telephone: (65) 6775 0511
Facsimile: (65) 6777 5479
Email: acjc@moe.edu.sg
Website: www.acjc.edu.sg

Anglo-Chinese Junior College is a Methodist Enrolment: 1,544 Students


institution committed to an all-round education of the 52% 48%
highest standards based on Christian principles and Full-time: Local: 1,383 Foreign: 161
a consciousness of self, others and God. Facilities: Library
Sports Facilities: Courts, Field, Gym, Pool,
Year Founded: 1977 Sports hall
No of Staff: 139
Students From: Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam,
India, China, Philippines

ANGLO-CHINESE SCHOOL Map: 2-A2


(INDEPENDENT)
121 Dover Road Singapore 139650
Telephone: (65) 6773 1633
Facsimile: (65) 6773 1433
Email: acis@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.acs.sch.edu.sg/acs_indep
PRE-UNIVERSITY
INSTITUTIONS

CATHOLIC JUNIOR COLLEGE Map: 3-C2


129 Whitley Road Singapore 297822
Telephone: (65) 6252 4083
Facsimile: (65) 6253 7267
Email: catholic_jc@moe.edu.sg
Website: www.cjc.edu.sg

The school offers a two-year pre-university course


leading to GCE A-levels examinations.

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DUNMAN HIGH SCHOOL Map: 8-A2


10 Tanjong Rhu Road Singapore 436895
Telephone: (65) 6345 0533
Facsimile: (65) 6344 2316
Email: dhs@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.dunmanhigh.moe.edu.sg/

Founded in 1957, Dunman High School (DHS) has Year Founded: 1957
developed into one of the most distinguished schools
in Singapore, with an illustrious tradition of all-round
excellence. Dunmanians are well known not only for
their academic and co-curricula achievements but
more importantly, for their character and values.
Being a progressive school, DHS has continuously
reinvented her programmes to keep pace with the
changing landscape and maximise the potential of
her students. By becoming the first government
school to offer a six-year Integrated Programme and
the Bicultural Studies Programme, DHS has again
proven her ability to stay at the forefront of
educational innovation.

HWA CHONG INSTITUTION Map: 3-A2


661 Bukit Timah Road Singapore 269734
Telephone: (65) 6468 3955, 6466 5912
Facsimile: (65) 6467 4366
Email: admin@hc.edu.sg
Website: www.hwachong.edu.sg

Hwa Chong Institution is a premier education Enrolment: Age range: 13 - 19


institution that provides students with a broad-based 55% 45%
education to develop their creative and critical Student Services: Accommodation, Financial
thinking and leadership skills. The school offers the Assistance — Bursary
six-year Integrated Programme at the end of which Facilities: 135 classrooms, Library,
students sit for the GCE “A” level examinations. Internet (Broadband), 20 mins
to City centre
Year Founded: 1919
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Sports Facilities: Gym, Running track, Squash/


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No of Staff: 290 Basketball courts, Football,


Staff/Student Ratio: 1:13 pool
Students From: China, Malaysia, Indonesia,
Vietnam, India, Hong Kong

INNOVA JUNIOR COLLEGE Map: Main E6


21 Champions Way Singapore 737902
Telephone: (65) 6894 3566
Facsimile: (65) 6894 3655
Email: INNOVA_JC@MOE.EDU.SG

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JURONG JUNIOR COLLEGE Map: 1-B1


800 Corporation Road Singapore 649809
Telephone: (65) 6562 4804
Facsimile: (65) 6562 4505
Email: jjc@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/jj/

School vision: To be a top-choice junior college. Enrolment: Age range: 16 - 19


School mission: To be a centre for holistic education, 46% 54%
hub for research and development,incubator for Student Services: Counselling, Financial
entrepreneurial talent, hive for people development Assistance — Internal and
and platform for education consultancy. external subsidies
Facilities: 80 classrooms, Library with
Year Founded: 1981 41,400 books, Internet (MOE
No of Staff: 134 Network (Broadband
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:12 equivalent)), 30 mins to City
Students From: Singapore, Malaysia, centre
Indonesia, China and others Sports Facilities: Track, Basketball, Tennis,
Squash, Badminton, Netball,
Rockwall

MERIDIAN JUNIOR COLLEGE Map: Main I4


21 Pasir Ris Street 71 Singapore 518799
Telephone: (65) 6349 3660
Facsimile: (65) 6349 3667
Email: meridian_jc@moe.edu.sg
Website: www.mjc.edu.sg

Meridian Junior College distinguishes itself with an Enrolment: Age range: 16 - 18


environment geared for stimulating intellectual and 45% 55%
personal growth. Students at MJC experience the Student Services: Financial Assistance — MOE
scale and depth of an academic course which Bursary, School Advisory
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prepares them well for university. The College also Comm Bursary, SAC exams
raises platforms for students to nurture and bring fees subsidies
their talents to a higher level through developing Facilities: 46 classrooms, Library with
niche strengths in the co-curricular activities. 9,000 books, Internet
(Broadband) — 301 PCs,
Year Founded: 2003 2,000 Multimedia resources,
No of Staff: 126 30 mins to City centre, On-site
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:11 Catering Facility
Students From: Singapore, Malaysia, China Sports Facilities: Running track, Gym, Tennis
courts, Badminton courts,
Basketball

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MILLENNIA INSTITUTE Map: 3-A1


2 Toh Tuck Terrace Singapore 596640
Telephone: (65) 6463 2810
Facsimile: (65) 6463 2816
Email: millennia_inst@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/mi

Millennia Institute was established in January 2004 Enrolment: 866 Students


with the merger of Jurong Institute and Outram Age range: 16 - 21
Institute. As the sole centralised institute in 33% 67%
Singapore, we are now the only centre offering three- Full-time: Local: 838 Foreign: 28
year pre-university courses in Arts, Science and Student Services: Counselling, Financial
Business leading to GCE “A” level certification. Assistance — Monthly
expenses (books and
Year Founded: 2004 transport), school fees and
No of Staff: 121 examination fees
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:10 Facilities: 68 classrooms, Library with
Students From: Singapore, Malaysia, China, 19,935 books, Internet (LAN
India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Access, Wireless) — 200 PCs,
Vietnam, Japan, Korea, 3,279 Multimedia resources,
Philippines 20 mins to City centre, On-site
Catering Facility
Sports Facilities: Track, Court, Field Fitness,
Gym

NANYANG GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL Map: 3-A2


2 Linden Drive Singapore 288683
Telephone: (65) 6466 3275
Facsimile: (65) 6466 7564
Email: nyghs@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.nygh.moe.edu.sg/
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INSTITUTIONS

NANYANG JUNIOR COLLEGE Map: 7-B2


128 Serangoon Avenue 3 Singapore 556111
Telephone: (65) 6284 2281
Facsimile: (65) 6285 5147
Email: nyjc@moe.edu.sg
Website: www.nanyangjc.org

The school offers a two-year pre-university course


leading to GCE A-levels examinations.

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NATIONAL JUNIOR COLLEGE Map: 3-A2


37 Hillcrest Road Singapore 288913
Telephone: (65) 6466 1144
Facsimile: (65) 6468 4535
Email: njc@moe.edu.sg
Website: www.njc.edu.sg

The National Junior College was established in 1969 Enrolment: 1,630 Students
and officially opened on 14 May by the then Prime Age range: 15 - 19
Minister, Mr Lee Kuan Yew. As the pioneer College in 45% 55%
the Republic, its system has been the model for the Full-time: Local: 1,460 Foreign: 170
junior colleges established in successive years. In Student Services: Counselling, Financial
2004, it has pioneered an exciting four-year Assistance — All financial
Integrated Programme, running parallel with the assistance schemes offered
existing two-year programme. by the Ministry of Education,
plus Alumni Bursaries and
Year Founded: 1969 Assistance schemes
No of Staff: 139 Facilities: Library, 10 mins to City centre,
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:25 On-site Catering Facility
Students From: Singapore, ASEAN countries, Sports Facilities: Sport complex, Track, Soccer
China, India, Hong Kong field, Gym and CCA rooms

NUS HIGH SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICS Map: 2-A2


AND SCIENCE
20 Clementi Avenue 1 Singapore 129957
Telephone: (65) 6516 1709
Facsimile: (65) 6775 6910
Email: einstein@highsch.nus.edu.sg
Website: www.highsch.nus.edu.sg

NUS High School of Mathematics and Science (NUS Year Founded: 2005
High School), a specialised school, is established to
provide a supportive and challenging environment for
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students with the aptitude and interest in mathematics


and science. It is a six-year high school, with
students starting at Year 1 at the age of 12+ through
to Year 6. NUS High School aims to nurture dynamic
and well-rounded individuals who will pursue the
highest standards in mathematics and the sciences
within a broad-based curriculum. They will be
enterprising and exploratory in their outlook, love
learning and living and be able to shape the future.

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PIONEER JUNIOR COLLEGE Map: Main C4


21 Teck Whye Walk Singapore 688258
Telephone: (65) 6564 6878
Facsimile: (65) 6765 1861
Email: pjc@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/pjc

The school offers a two-year pre-university course


leading to GCE A-levels examinations.

RAFFLES GIRLS’ SCHOOL (SECONDARY) Map: 4-B1


20 Anderson Road Singapore 259978
Telephone: (65) 6737 1845
Facsimile: (65) 6235 3731
Email: rgss@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.rgs.edu.sg/

RAFFLES INSTITUTION Map: 3-C1


1 Raffles Institution Lane Singapore 575954
Telephone: (65) 6353 8830
Facsimile: (65) 6353 8357
Email: Raffles_inst@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.ri.sch.edu.sg/

Founded in 1823, Raffles Institution is the premier Year Founded: 1823


education institute in Singapore, having been ranked Staff/Student Ratio: 1:13
as the top boy’s school since the start of the school Enrolment: 100% 0%
ranking system. Each year, more than half of the most Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling
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prestigious government scholarships are awarded to Facilities: Library, 15 Mins to City centre,
RI. Our famous alumni of national leaders testify to On-site Catering Facility
our rootedness in Singapore’s tradition of excellence Sports Facilities: Swimming pool, running track
and commitment to nurturing Leaders, Thinkers and
Pioneers of service to the nation and to the world.
Learning for each student is customized through
significantly greater student-staff contact, international
opportunities, partnerships with world-class research
organizations and institutes of higher learning and
space for student activities and social life up to the
standard of world class institutions. Our vision is to
provide a well-rounded values-driven education that
sees our graduates become responsible and
respectful citizens outstanding by their integrity and
excellence in service to the common good.

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RAFFLES JUNIOR COLLEGE Map: 3-C1


10 Bishan Street 21 Singapore 574013
Telephone: (65) 6419 9888
Facsimile: (65) 6419 9898
Email: rjc@moe.edu.sg
Website: www.rjc.edu.sg

RIVER VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL Map: 2-B1


121 Queensway Singapore 149059
Telephone: (65) 6567 8115
Facsimile: (65) 6567 7351
Email: rvhs@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://www.rvhs.moe.edu.sg

Year Founded: 1956

SERANGOON JUNIOR COLLEGE Map: 7-C1


1033 Upper Serangoon Road Singapore 534768
Telephone: (65) 6285 0779
Facsimile: (65) 6282 5318
Email: srjc@moe.edu.sg
Website: www.srjc.edu.sg

Serangoon Junior College offers a two-year pre- Enrolment: 1,379 Students


university course leading to the GCE “A” level. We Age range: 17 - 20
strive to be an organisation that champions the 51% 49%
passionate pursuit of learning with compassion and Full-time: Local: 1,319 Foreign: 60
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INSTITUTIONS

care, and to develop independent learners and Student Services: Counselling, Financial
responsible caring leaders with the resourcefulness Assistance — MOE financial
and perseverance to meet future challenges. assistance scheme
Facilities: 60 classrooms, Library with
Year Founded: 1988 30,936 books, Internet
No of Staff: 120 (Broadband - MOE leased
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:11 line) — 375 PCs, 3,303
Students From: Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Multimedia resources, 30 mins
India, China to City centre, On-site
Catering Facility
Sports Facilities: Courts, Field, Gym, Sports hall

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ST. ANDREW’S JUNIOR COLLEGE Map: Main G3


55 Potong Pasir Avenue 1 Singapore 358389
Telephone: (65) 6272 3055
Facsimile: (65) 6272 3586
Email: sajc@moe.edu.sg

St. Andrew’s Junior College offers a two-year pre- Enrolment: Age range: 17 - 19
university course leading to GCE “A” level. 42% 58%
Facilities: 44 classrooms, Library with
Year Founded: 1978 30,000 books, Internet (LAN)
No of Staff: 122 — 183 PCs, 3,600 Multimedia
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:12 resources, 10 mins to City
Students From: Asian countries centre
Sports Facilities: Running track, Fitness room,
Tennis Courts

TAMPINES JUNIOR COLLEGE Map: Main I4


2 Tampines Avenue 9 Singapore 529564
Telephone: (65) 6784 1955
Facsimile: (65) 6781 0061
Email: tpjc@moe.edu.sg
Website: www.moe.edu.sg/schools/tpjc

The College facilities include a modern sports Enrolment: 1,600 Students


complex, a well-equipped gymnasium, tennis and Age range: 17 - 19
squash courts and an air rifle range. A unique feature 50% 50%
of the College is its triangular amphitheatre leading to Full-time: Local: 1,500 Foreign: 100
the assembly hall. Student Services: Counselling, Financial
Assistance — MOE financial
Year Founded: 1986 assistance, College advisory
No of Staff: 136 financial assistance
Students From: Malaysia, Indonesia, China, Facilities: 54 classrooms, Library, 30
Mynamar, Thailand mins to City centre, 130 PCs,
On-site Catering Facility
Sports Facilities: Track & Field, Basketball
courts, Squash courts,
Badminton
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INSTITUTIONS

TEMASEK JUNIOR COLLEGE Map: 8-C2


22 Bedok South Road Singapore 469278
Telephone: (65) 6442 8066
Facsimile: (65) 6442 8762
Email: temasek_jc@moe.edu.sg
Website: www.tjc.edu.sg

Temasek Junior College enrols 17-year old students Student Services: Counselling, Financial
with O-Levels to a two-year course leading to the Assistance — Available
GCE A-Levels, and 15-year old students with Facilities: 72 classrooms, Library with
excellent Sec 1 and 2 results and co-curricular 40,000 books, 40 mins to City
achievements to a four-year course leading to the centre, 351 PCs
GCE A-Levels. Sports Facilities: Courts, Field, Sports hall

Year Founded: 1977

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VICTORIA JUNIOR COLLEGE Map: 8-B2


20 Marine Vista Singapore 449035
Telephone: (65) 6448 5011
Facsimile: (65) 6443 8337
Email: victoria_jc@moe.edu.sg
Website: www.vjc.moe.edu.sg

The school offers a two-year pre-university course


leading to GCE A-levels examinations.

YISHUN JUNIOR COLLEGE Map: Main F5


3 Yishun Ring Road Singapore 768675
Telephone: (65) 6257 9873
Facsimile: (65) 6257 4373
Email: yishun_jc@moe.edu.sg
Website: http://schools.moe.edu.sg/yjc/

YJC offers a two-year pre-university course leading to Year Founded: 1986


the GCE A-level Examinations. No of Staff: 107
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:25
YJC focuses on the moral, cognitive and leadership Students From: Singapore, China, India,
development of the students to prepare them for Indonesia, Malaysia
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university education. Enrolment: Age range: 17 - 20


INSTITUTIONS

We also aim to equip our students with the attitudes 49% 51%
Student Services: Counselling, Financial
and skills to assume leadership positions when they
Assistance — School advisory
are in college and later in their different walks of life.
committee financial assistance
YJC is the top value-added college. It is known for its
& MOE bursaries
excellent physical education programmes and is also
Facilities: 50 classrooms, Library with
a college with a rich tradition in the performing arts.
33,499 books, 35 mins to City
In order to cater to their needs and interests, YJC centre, 340 PCs, On-site
students are given the option to study any four or Catering Facility
three A-level subjects if they meet the subject Sports Facilities: Gym, Basketball court, Tennis
prerequisites, and if there are no scheduling court, Running track
constraints.

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International (Foreign System


and MOE Privately-funded) Schools

Children from other countries living in


Singapore can continue their education
uninterrupted according to the education
systems back home.

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ACS (INTERNATIONAL) Map: 2:A2


61 Jalan Hitam Manis Singapore 278475
Telephone: (65) 6472 1477
Facsimile: (65) 6472 0477
Email: ivy.teo@acsinternational.com.sg
Website: www.acsinternational.com.sg

ACS (International) opened in January 2005. Firmly in Enrolment: Age range: 13 - 18


the ACS tradition, it offers a distinctive curriculum which Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
is international (50% Singaporean students, 50% from Visa, Airport pickup
the Asian region), challenging (following the International Facilities: 40 classrooms, Library, Internet
General Certificate of Secondary Education - IGCSE (Wireless access throughout
and International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme - site), 20 mins to City centre,
IBDP), broad (all students have a wide range of On-site Catering Facility
options), co-educational (13 - 18 years old), system and Sports Facilities: Swimming, Basketball, Gym,
based on Christian values. Soccer, Volleyball, Netball,
Tennis, Rugby, Badminton
Year Founded: 2004
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:25
Students From: Singapore & International

AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL SINGAPORE Map: 7-B2


1 Lorong Chuan Singapore 556818
Telephone: (65) 6883 5155
Facsimile: (65) 6285 5255
Email: enquiries@ais.com.sg / enrolments@ais.com.sg
Website: www.ais.com.sg

AISS provides a challenging educational programme for Enrolment: 1,500 Students


young people of all nationalities. A strong pastoral care Age range: 3 - 18
programme encourages each student to grow into a Full-time: Foreign: 1,500
confident individual with a strong sense of self-worth. Student Services: Counselling, Visa
Facilities: 87 classrooms, Library, 10 mins
AISS teaches the New South Wales curriculum and is to City centre, On-site Catering
currently implementing and working towards Facility
accreditation or the International Baccalaureate Sports Facilities: Pool, Gym, Court, Field, Cricket
Organisation Primary Years Programme (PYP) and net
Middle Years Programme (MYP).

Year Founded: 1993


No of Staff: 120
Students From: 42 different nationalities
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BHAVAN’S GLOBAL INDIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Map: 2-B1


1 Mei Chin Road Singapore 149253
Telephone: (65) 6479 1511
Facsimile: (65) 6479 1248
Email: admissions@biissingapore.org
Website: www.biissingapore.org

With over 1,700 students from all over the globe, Enrolment: 1,700 Students
Bhavan’s Global Indian International School (BGIIS) is Age range: 2 - 17
one of the fastest-growing international schools in 51% 49%
Singapore and has two campuses in Singapore with a Full-time: Local: 20 Foreign: 1,680
combined campus size of 15 acres. Affiliated to the Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
world-renowned Central Board of Secondary Education Visa, Financial Assistance —
(CBSE), which has over 8,100 affiliated schools Bhavan’s scholarship
worldwide. BGIIS, an International Baccalaureate (IB) Facilities: Library with 10,000 books,
world school, is also accredited to teach the IB diploma Internet (1.5Mb Broadband) —
programme. 100 PCs, 200 Multimedia
resources, 6 mins to City
No of Staff: 125 centre, On-site Catering Facility
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:14 Sports Facilities: Cricket, Soccer, Basketball,
Students From: Australia, South Korea, Table tennis, Indoor badminton,
Malaysia, Germany, Britain & aerobics & gymnastics, squash,
India, China, Ireland, swimming
Netherlands, Pakistan & United
States

CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Map: 3-B1


(ELEMENTARY)
5 Toh Tuck Road
Elementary Campus Singapore 596679
Telephone: (65) 6467 1732
Facsimile: (65) 6467 1729
Email: admissions@cis.edu.sg
Website: www.cis.edu.sg

The Canadian International School follows the Ontario Enrolment: 850 Students
Curriculum and provides all three International Age range: 3 - 10
Baccalaureate Programmes: Primary Years Programme 50% 50%
(PYP), Middle Years Programme (MYP) and Diploma Full-time: Foreign: 850
Level (DP). Student Services: Counselling
Facilities: 65 classrooms, Library with
At our elementary campus, our primary goal is to foster 4,500 books, 250 PCs,
a strong love for learning in our students within a 30 mins to City centre, On-site
nurturing environment. All students in grades one to five Catering Facility
participate in the Open Minds Programme, which Sports Facilities: Courts, Field, Gym, Sports hall
moves students from the traditional classroom to real-
world settings.

No of Staff: 100
INTERNATIONAL

Students From: Over 50 countries worldwide


SCHOOLS

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CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Map: 3-A1


(SECONDARY)
71 Bukit Tinggi Road
Secondary Campus Singapore 289759
Telephone: (65) 6875 1519
Facsimile: (65) 6875 1516
Email: secondary@cis.edu.sg
Website: www.cis.edu.sg

The Canadian International School follows the Ontario Enrolment: 400 Students
Curriculum and provides all three International Age range: 11 - 18
Baccalaureate Programmes: Primary Years Programme 50% 50%
(PYP), Middle Years Programme (MYP) and Diploma Full-time: Foreign: 400
Level (DP). Student Services: Counselling
Facilities: 36 classrooms, Library with
Our secondary school students work within a wireless 7,500 books, Internet (Wireless)
laptop learning environment and every Wednesday — 105 PCs, 30 mins to City
engage in meaningful activities outside the scope of the centre, On-site Catering Facility
traditional classroom. Graduates of our secondary Sports Facilities: Courts, Field, Gym, Sports hall
programme have the option of obtaining an Ontario
Secondary School Diploma or an International
baccalaureate Diploma. Both are extensively recognised
by universities worldwide.

No of Staff: 43
Students From: Over 50 countries worldwide

DOVER COURT PREPARATORY SCHOOL Map: 2-A2


Dover Road
Dover Court Singapore 139644
Telephone: (65) 6775 7664
Facsimile: (65) 6777 4165
Email: ipsadmin@singnet.com.sg
Website: www.dovercourt.edu.sg

An international school located in the heart of the Enrolment: 465 Students


Singapore educational belt, Dover Court offers a unique Age range: 3 - 16
model of inclusive education. Visit our campus at Dover 60% 40%
Road where you will find 12 acres of well-planned Full-time: Local: 15 Foreign: 450
premises, a swimming pool complex and sports fields. Facilities: 37 classrooms, Library with
18,000 books, Internet
Year Founded: 1972 (Broadband) — 100 PCs,
No of Staff: 55 On-site Catering Facility
Students From: Worldwide Sports Facilities: Running track, soccer pitch,
pool complex & gym hall
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DPS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (DPSIS) Map: 7-C2


36 Aroozoo Avenue Singapore 539842
Telephone: (65) 6285 6300
Facsimile: (65) 6294 8195
Email: contactus@dps.com.sg
Website: www.dps.com.sg

Academic excellence has always been the hallmark of Enrolment: Age range: 3 - 18
DPS. DPSIS believes in steering the child’s full attention 50% 50%
towards his/her personal areas of interest and Student Services: Counselling
proficiency. We expect each of our pupils to project an Facilities: 27 classrooms, Library with
image of a complete human being. We endeavour to 6,000 books, Internet
provide quality education that is comprehensive in (Broadband) — 40 PCs, On-site
nature, geared for growth of intellect and which instils Catering Facility
strength of character formation. It is a complete learning Sports Facilities: Soccer, Basket Ball, Cricket,
experience. Table-tennis, Swimming, etc

Year Founded: 2004


No of Staff: 60
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:15
Students From: India, Britain, US, Philippines,
Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan,
Canada

ETONHOUSE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Map: 8-A1


51 Broadrick Road Singapore 439501
Telephone: (65) 6346 6922
Facsimile: (65) 6346 6522
Email: enquiry@etonhouse.com.sg
Website: www.etonhouse.com.sg

At EtonHouse International School, we believe that all Enrolment: Age range: 3 - 12


students have the right to quality education. It is for 55% 45%
this reason that we pursue excellence in all that we Facilities: 25 classrooms, Library, Internet
endeavour. Our primary concern is for the well-being (Broadband) — 35 PCs,
and overall development of every student. All students 15 mins to City centre, On-site
are supported in their academic, intellectual, moral and Catering Facility
physical development in an environment which Sports Facilities: Football field, Tennis court,
promotes respect, trust and positive encouragement. Basketball court, Playground
Our school is characterised by the love, laughter and
learning enjoyed by all.

EtonHouse is an IB PYP (International Baccalaureate


Primary Years Programme) candidate school.

Year Founded: 1995


No of Staff: 70
INTERNATIONAL

Students From: 36 Countries


SCHOOLS

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GERMAN EUROPEAN SCHOOL SINGAPORE Map: 3-A1


72 Bukit Tinggi Road Singapore 289760
Telephone: (65) 6469 1131
Facsimile: (65) 6469 0308
Email: info@gess.sg
Website: www.gess.sg

German European School Singapore is an international Enrolment: Age range: 1 1/2 - 35


school consisting of a German Section and a European 52% 48%
Section, offering quality education to students from Facilities: 51 classrooms, Library with
around the world. The German Section adheres to the 25,000 books, Internet
German educational system, allowing expatriate children (Broadband, wireless) — 200
to assimilate into the German curriculum with ease PCs, 5 Multimedia resources,
upon return to Germany. The primary language of 15 mins to City centre
instruction in the German Section is German while Sports Facilities: Outdoor sports facilities, large
English is taught as a second language. The European indoor multi-function air-
Section teaches the International Baccalaureate (IB) condition sports hall with
curricula. modern equipment, pool

Year Founded: 1971


No of Staff: 108
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:6
Students From: Germany & over 20 countries
around the world

HOLLANDSE SCHOOL Map: 3-A1


65 Bukit Tinggi Road Singapore 289757
Telephone: (65) 6466 0662
Facsimile: (65) 6467 7582
Email: adminhsl@hollandseschool.org
Website: www.hollandseschool.org

The Hollandse School offers a Dutch education for Enrolment: 200 Students
children from 2 years to 12 years (nursery and primary Age range: 2 - 12
education)and prepares children to return to the Dutch 45% 55%
education system in The Netherlands as well as to enrol Full-time: Local: 2 Foreign: 198
in international schools. Facilities: 12 classrooms, Library, Internet
(Server), 15 mins to City centre
Year Founded: 1928 Sports Facilities: Gym & Sports field
No of Staff: 30
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:16
Students From: The Netherlands, Belgium
INTERNATIONAL
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HWA CHONG INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Map: 3-A2


663 Bukit Timah Road Singapore 269783
Telephone: (65) 6464 7077
Facsimile: (65) 6464 7060
Email: admin@hcis.edu.sg
Website: www.hcis.edu.sg

Hwa Chong International School (HCIS) is a co- Enrolment: Age range: 12 - 21


educational extension of the Hwa Chong family of Student Services: Counselling
schools (The Chinese High School and Hwa Chong Facilities: 35 classrooms, Internet
Junior College). (Wireless), 15 mins to City
centre, On-site Catering Facility
The academic and affective curricula follow a six-year Sports Facilities: Gym, Track, Swimming pool
seamless programme terminating in the Cambridge
GCE A-level Examination. It offers a unique learning
management system that promotes differentiated
teaching and practices.

Year Founded: 2004


No of Staff: 70
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:14
Students From: China, Hong Kong, Taiwan,
Korea, India, Thailand, Vietnam,
Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia,
Singapore

INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY SCHOOL Map: 2-C1


514 Kampung Bahru Singapore 099450
Telephone: (65) 6324 4287
Facsimile: (65) 6324 4050
Email: inquiry@ics.edu.sg
Website: www.ics.edu.sg

ICS is an international school which follows a U.S.- Enrolment: 201 Students


based curriculum, from pre-school through grade 12 Age range: 4 - 19
(ages 4 - 19). Full-time: Local: 19 Foreign: 181
Part-time: Foreign: 1
Approximately half of our student body is American, Student Services: Counselling, Visa, Financial
and a variety of 15 different nationalities make up the Assistance — Need-based
remainder. Our classes are taught in English, although programme, 10%-60% based
we have two experienced, full-time English as a Second on parent income
Language (ESL) teachers for students who need Facilities: Library, On-site Catering Facility
additional help studying English. ICS has a small
student-teacher ratio. Our students participate in many
varied extra- and co-curricular activities, as well as
interschool sports leagues. ICS is a Christian school.
We welcome children from all faiths and cultures, and
all of our students attend daily Bible classes and weekly
chapels.
INTERNATIONAL
SCHOOLS

Students From: China, Americas, Japan, Korea

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ISS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL SINGAPORE Map: 4-B2


25 Paterson Road Singapore 238510
Telephone: (65) 6475 4188
Facsimile: (65) 6273 7065
Email: admissions@iss.edu.sg
Website: www.iss.edu.sg

ISS is an authorised International Baccalaureate (IB) Enrolment: 600 Students


World School with a multicultural environment for Age range: 3 - 18
students from more than 40 countries. ISS caters to 54% 46%
students from kindergarten through to Grade 12, Full-time: Local: 10 Foreign: 590
providing the full IB curriculum, incorporating the IB Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling
primary years, IB middle years and the IB diploma Facilities: Library, Internet (Broadband),
programme. The highly prestigious IB programme is a 5 mins to City centre, On-site
combination of the best education systems offered Catering Facility
worldwide. A wide variety of international curricula - Sports Facilities: Standard school facilities
including IGCSE and the American diploma - is taught
by highly qualified teachers within small classes. ISS
also conducts ESL (English as a second language)
programmes.

Year Founded: 1981


No of Staff: 100
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:6
Students From: 40 nationalities worldwide

LYCEE FRANCAIS DE SINGAPOUR Map: 7-B1


3000 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3 Singapore 569928
Telephone: (65) 6488 1160
Facsimile: (65) 6487 2821
Email: administration@lyceefrancais.edu.sg
Website: www.lyceefrancais.edu.sg

The Lycee Francais de Singapour provides education to Facilities: 65 classrooms, Library


French nationals living in Singapore as well as to Sports Facilities: Field, Courts, Gym, Pool,
French-speaking and English-speaking expatriate Sports hall
children who wish to follow the French curriculum. It
also now welcomes Singaporean children as early as
nursery school/kindergarten.

Students From: All countries


INTERNATIONAL
SCHOOLS

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OVERSEAS FAMILY SCHOOL Map: 4-B2


25F Paterson Road Singapore 238515
Telephone: (65) 6738 0211
Facsimile: (65) 6733 8825
Email: soma@ofs.edu.sg
Website: www.ofs.edu.sg

Catering to overseas families living in Singapore, the Enrolment: 2,500 Students


Overseas Family School offers students from different Age range: 4 - 18
linguistic, cultural and educational backgrounds an 48% 52%
intellectual, social and creative perspective to learning in Full-time: Foreign: 2,500
the English language, from pre K-12 to college. The Student Services: Counselling
Overseas Family School is a leading Singapore Facilities: 125 classrooms, Library,
international school centrally located near the Orchard Internet (2mbps leased circuit)
Road shopping district. Situated on 11 acres, 11 — 600 PCs, 5 mins to City
buildings are clustered among old trees and lush centre, On-site Catering Facility
greenery, creating a pleasant and inviting learning Sports Facilities: Courts, Field, Gym, Sports hall
environment.

Year Founded: 1991


No of Staff: 210
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:20
Students From: Worldwide

SEKOLAH INDONESIA SINGAPURA Map: 8-B2


20A Siglap Road Singapore 455859
Telephone: (65) 6448 0722
Facsimile: (65) 6445 3680

Sekolah Indonesia Singapura is a foreign-system Enrolment: Age range: 4 - 18


School. This school is mainly for Indonesian students. 61% 74%
Foreign-system schools are designed to make life easy Student Services: Counselling
for children whose parents are working in Singapore, Facilities: 14 classrooms, Library with
but plan to return to their home countries later. The 1,000 books, Internet
children are taught the same syllabus as their friends (Broadband) — 20 PCs, 20
back home. The levels of students range from mins to City centre, On-site
kindergarten up to pre-university level. Catering Facility
Sports Facilities: Badminton court, Volleyball
Year Founded: 1969 court, Basketball court, Table
No of Staff: 18 tennis
Staff/Student Ratio: 20:135
Students From: Indonesia
INTERNATIONAL
SCHOOLS

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SINGAPORE AMERICAN SCHOOL Map: Main E5


40 Woodlands Street 41 Singapore 738547
Telephone: (65) 6360 6309
Facsimile: (65) 6363 3408
Email: sasinfo@sas.edu.sg
Website: www.sas.edu.sg

Established in 1956, the Singapore American School is Students From: US, Korea, Japan, Singapore,
an independent, non-profit, co-educational college India, Indonesia, Canada,
preparatory day school for students of all nationalities. Philippines, Australia, UK (52
We offer an American education with an international countries)
perspective. We promise academic rigour, professional Enrolment: 3,400 Students
excellence and extraordinary care for each child in an Age range: 3 - 18
environment that values diversity, community and 50% 50%
individuality. We serve 3,400 students of 52 nationalities Full-time: Local: 150 Foreign: 3,250
through four school divisions, from pre-school (age 3) to Student Services: Counselling, Financial
grade 12 (age 18). Our superb facilities support Assistance — Limited financial
excellent academic, arts and athletics programmes. assistance
SAS is accredited by Western Association of Schools Facilities: 260 classrooms, Library,
and Colleges. Internet (Broadband) — 1,000
PCs, 30 mins to City centre,
Year Founded: 1956 On-site Catering Facility
No of Staff: 300 Sports Facilities: Gyms, Track, Stadium, 3
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:12 Swimming pools, Tennis courts,
Climbing wall

SWISS SCHOOL Map: 3-A1


38 Swiss Club Road Singapore 288140
Telephone: (65) 6468 2117
Facsimile: (65) 6466 5342
Email: info@swiss-school.edu.sg
Website: www.swiss-school.edu.sg

The Swiss School Singapore is a friendly family school. Facilities: 14 classrooms, Library with
Our enthusiastic and committed team of highly qualified 2,000 books, Internet
teachers provide an international education based on (Broadband, wireless) — 30
the Swiss curriculum. With our unique bilingual PCs, 200 Multimedia resources
programme (German and English) we prepare the Sports Facilities: Gym, Swimming pool
students for a smooth transition to the English and
German language school systems in Singapore and
worldwide. The Swiss School Singapore is one of the
16 officially recognised Swiss Schools abroad and is
registered with the Ministry of Education, Singapore.

Year Founded: 1967


No of Staff: 28
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:7
Students From: Europe
INTERNATIONAL
SCHOOLS

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THE JAPANESE SCHOOL (SECONDARY) Map: Main D2


201 West Coast Road Singapore 127383
Telephone: (65) 6779 7355
Facsimile: (65) 6778 9710
Email: general@sjss.edu.sg
Website: www.sjs.edu.sg

The Japanese School (Secondary) is an academic Enrolment: 413 Students


institution providing secondary school education under Age range: 12 - 15
the Japanese curriculum to mostly children of Japanese 57% 43%
expatriates. Full-time: Foreign: 413
Facilities: 13 classrooms, 140 PCs
No of Staff: 43 Sports Facilities: Tennis courts, sports field,
Students From: Japan swimming pool and gymnasium

UNITED WORLD COLLEGE OF SEA Map: 2-A2


1207 Dover Road Singapore 139654
Telephone: (65) 6872 3261 / 6419 9322
Facsimile: (65) 6773 0203
Email: admissions@uwcsea.edu.sg
Website: www.uwcsea.edu.sg

UWCSEA is a long-standing member of the United Enrolment: 2,870 Students


World College movement. This began in 1962 with the Age range: 4 - 18
founding of Atlantic College in Wales, United Kingdom. 50% 50%
There are now schools in 10 countries, ranging from Full-time: Local: 199 Foreign: 2,671
Norway to Swaziland and the United States. The UWC Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
movement evolved as a response to the tensions of the Visa, Financial Assistance —
Cold War. It aims to promote international UWC Scholarship around the
understanding through education. Thus it develops not world, Airport pickup
just academic excellence, but also intellectual flexibility Facilities: 164 classrooms, Library,
and openness, an awareness of global concerns, a Internet (Broadband & Wireless)
sense of responsibility, and a commitment to service. — 800 PCs, 15 mins to City
centre, On-site Catering Facility
No of Staff: 241 Sports Facilities: Courts, Field, Gym, Pool,
Staff/Student Ratio: 7:12 Sports halls, Astro Turf
Students From: Worldwide
INTERNATIONAL
SCHOOLS

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WASEDA SHIBUYA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Map: 2-A2


57 West Coast Road Singapore 127366
Telephone: (65) 6773 2950
Facsimile: (65) 6773 2951
Email: admin@waseda-shibuya.edu.sg
Website: www.waseda-shibuya.edu.sg
Indonesia, UAE
Waseda Shibuya Senior High School teaches the Enrolment: 280 Students
Japanese national curriculum. Students are mostly Age range: 15 - 18
children of Japanese expatriates, who require a smooth 60% 40%
transition in and out of schools in Japan. Full-time: Foreign: 280
Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
Year Founded: 1990 Visa, Financial Assistance —
No of Staff: 45 Scholarship
Students From: Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, Facilities: 9 classrooms, Library with
Hong Kong, China, Vietnam, 22,000 books, 20 mins to City
centre, 40 PCs, On-site
Catering Facility
Sports Facilities: Courts, Field, Gym, Pool,
Sports hall

INTERNATIONAL
SCHOOLS

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Polytechnics
& Technical Institutes

These institutions equip students with


technical and practical skills for industry.
Polytechnic students may opt to further
their studies at university.

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CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY TRAINING INSTITUTE Map: 7-B2


200 Braddell Road Singapore 579700

& TECHNICAL INSTITUTES


Telephone: (65) 6248 9907
Facsimile: (65) 6258 0558

POLYTECHNICS
Email: bca_careers@bca.gov.sg
Website: www.bca.gov.sg/citi

CITI is the training arm of the Building and Construction Enrolment: 850 Students
Authority, a statutory board of the Ministry of National Age range: 30 - 50
Development. CITI conducts training programmes for Full-time: Local: 80 Foreign: 50
professionals, managers, supervisors and technicians. Part-time: Local: 600 Foreign: 120
Student Services: Counselling, Visa, Financial
Year Founded: 1984 Assistance — Bursary
No of Staff: 26 Facilities: 53 classrooms, Library with
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:20 5,335 books, Internet (Network)
Students From: Malaysia, India, Indonesia, — 40 PCs, 379 Multimedia
China, Myanmar resources, 10 mins to City
centre, On-site Catering Facility
Sports Facilities: Courts, Field, Gym

NANYANG POLYTECHNIC Map: 7-A1


180 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8 Singapore 569830
Telephone: (65) 6451 5115
Facsimile: (65) 6452 7361
Website: www.nyp.edu.sg

Aspiring “O”-and “A”-level school leavers can look Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
forward to a quality polytechnic education at NYP. The Financial Assistance – Provides
Polytechnic houses six Schools, specialising in Financial Assistance to
engineering, IT, design, business management, students.
chemical and life sciences and health sciences and Facilities: Library with 111,000 books,
offers a total of 26 full-time diploma courses. These 7,000 Multimedia resources,
courses were established after extensive industry On-site Catering Facility
research that validates the demand for professionally Sports Facilities: Sports hall, Courts, Fields,
trained graduates in these areas. Gym, Swimming pools,
Stadium
Year Founded: 1992

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NGEE ANN POLYTECHNIC Map: 3-A1/2


535 Clementi Road Singapore 599489
& TECHNICAL INSTITUTES

Telephone: (65) 6460 8904


Facsimile: (65) 6469 4427
POLYTECHNICS

Email: admissions@np.edu.sg
Website: www.np.edu.sg

Ngee Ann Polytechnic is one of Singapore’s leading Students From: Countries all around the world,
institutions of higher learning. Its eight academic mainly ASEAN
schools offer a total of 34 full-time diploma courses. Age range: 16 & above
The Polytechnic offers students a holistic learning Facilities: Library with 241,019 books,
experience through the Ngee Ann Learning Model Internet (A campus-wide
(NLM), which emphasises balanced and broad-based computer network with wireless
education. To ensure that its courses and students are internet access), 29,905
in tune with current market developments, the Multimedia resources, 20 mins
Polytechnic maintains close industry links and devotes to City centre, ATM, On-site
expertise and resources to assist the development of Catering Facility
local enterprises. Sports Facilities: Swimming pool, gymnasium,
tennis court, badminton court,
Year Founded: 1963 squash court & complete
No of Staff: 779 stadium facilities
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:18

REPUBLIC POLYTECHNIC Map: Main E6


Woodlands Campus
9 Woodlands Avenue 9 Singapore 738964
Telephone: (65) 6510 3000
Facsimile: (65) 6415 1310
Website: www.rp.sg

Republic Polytechnic (RP) is the first education Students From: Brunei, Cambodia, China, India,
institution in Singapore to adapt the problem-based Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Myanmar,
learning approach for all its courses. RP has five Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam
schools offering nineteen diploma courses in applied Enrolment: 3,515 Students
science, engineering, information & communications Age range: 17 - 24
technology, technology for the arts and sports, health & 51% 49%
leisure. RP is committed to nurturing innovation and Full-time: Local: 3,021 Foreign: 494
entrepreneurial learning in an environment that develops Student Services: Counselling, Financial
problem-solving process skills and a lifelong learning Assistance — Tuition Fee Loan
attitude. Its holistic, broad-based curriculum (covering Scheme
culture, enterprise development and personal Facilities: Library, Internet (100% wireless
development) prepares students for an active, campus wide, including access
meaningful role in society. Republic Polytechnic strives from the integrated national
for excellence by achieving various national and park)
international accreditations, for example, People Sports Facilities: A 3-storey indoor sports
Developer Standards, ISO 9001 (quality), ISO 14000 complex houses facilities such
(environment) and OHSAS 18000 (safety), in its first as the gymnasium, multi-
year of operation. purpose courts, badminton
courts, table tennis, rock
Year Founded: 2002 climbing wall, martial arts hall.
No of Staff: 450 Olympics size outdoor
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:13 swimming pool

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SINGAPORE POLYTECHNIC Map: 2-A2


500 Dover Road Singapore 139651

& TECHNICAL INSTITUTES


Telephone: (65) 6775 1133
Facsimile: (65) 6772 1971

POLYTECHNICS
Website: www.sp.edu.sg

Singapore Polytechnic is celebrating its 51st Students From: China, India, Malaysia,
Anniversary this year. The first polytechnic to be Myanmar, Indonesia, other
established in Singapore back in 1954, it has provided countries
education and training for some 135,000 skilled Student Services: Counselling, Visa
personnel to spearhead and man the wide-ranging Facilities: 867 classrooms, Library with
industries and businesses in Singapore and beyond. 190,000 books, 5,000
Today, its enrolment of 14,600 full-time and part-time Multimedia resources, ATM,
students are doing a total of 69 diploma and post- On-site Catering Facility
diploma courses being offered in biotechnology, Sports Facilities: Courts, Field, Gym, Pool,
business, computing, design, e-commerce, engineering, Sports hall
information technology, life sciences, optometry,
maritime studies, media and communication,
multimedia and technology.

Year Founded: 1954


No of Staff: 814

TEMASEK POLYTECHNIC Map: 8-C1


21 Tampines Avenue 1 Singapore 529757
Telephone: (65) 6780 6070
Facsimile: (65) 6789 4409
Email: laypeng@tp.edu.sg
Website: www.tp.edu.sg

Temasek Polytechnic (TP) currently offers 38 full-time Enrolment: Age range: 16


diploma courses in Applied Science, Business, Design, Facilities: Library with 168,000 books,
Engineering and Information Technology for the 6,200 Multimedia resources, 10
academic year 2006/2007. The Polytechnic is a mins to City centre, ATM
pioneer in Problem-based Learning (PBL), a concept Sports Facilities: Track & Field stadium, Football/
which forms the cornerstone of its educational Rugby pitch, Cricket batting
philosophy to prepare school-leavers adequately for the
world of work and a future of dynamic change. In
2000, TP became the first educational institution to
receive the Enterprise Challenge Award to develop a
PBL education model for Singapore. For this, TP also
received the Enterprise Challenge Shield in 2003.

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THE TOURISM ACADEMY @ SENTOSA Map: Main F1


12 Artillery Avenue Sentosa Singapore 099953
& TECHNICAL INSTITUTES

Telephone: (65) 6377 7900


Facsimile: (65) 6270 6851
POLYTECHNICS

Email: tourismacademy@tp.edu.sg
Website: www.tourismacademy.edu.sg

The Tourism Academy@Sentosa is a collaboration Enrolment: 500 Students


between Sentosa Leisure Group and Temasek Age range: 18 & above
Polytechnic. This campus with its state-of-the-art 40% 60%
facilities is set on the island resort of Sentosa where Full-time: Local: 250 Foreign: 250
over 5 mil people visit annually. Here Temasek Student Services: Counselling
Polytechnic’s 1000 students pursuing hospitality, Facilities: Library with 165,000 books,
tourism and leisure will have the chance to experience Internet (Broadband and
and see things happen in the real setting. wireless access for students
and staff)
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:19 Sports Facilities: Free access to Sentosa. Full
Students From: Over 10 countries access to Temasek Polytechnic
recreational facilities

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Universities

A selection of local and international


universities provides students with a large
choice of foundation courses in which to
pursue their chosen career.

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DESIGN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE Map: 2-A2


Faculty of Engineering, NUS
10 Kent Ridge Crescent Singapore 119260
Telephone: (65) 6874 5253
Facsimile: (65) 6873 2175
Email: dtibox1@nus.edu.sg
Website: www.dti.nus.edu.sg

DTI’s mission is to educate and nurture future leaders, Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
pioneer knowledge and create value in rapid Visa, Financial Assistance —
development to fuel sustainable economic growth. We Scholarships
offer the Master of Technological Design which is a joint Facilities: Library
programme between the National University of Sports Facilities: Courts, Field, Gym, Pool,
Singapore and the Eindhoven University of Technology. Sports hall

Year Founded: 2002


UNIVERSITIES

Students From: Worldwide

ESSEC ASIAN CENTER Map: 5-B1


100 Victoria Street
#13-02 National Library Singapore 188064
Telephone: (65) 6884 9780
Facsimile: (65) 6884 9781
Email: essecasia@essec.fr
Website: www.essec.edu

ESSEC is a leading French Business School, ranked Enrolment: Age range: 23 - 32


first among the prestigious “Grandes Ecoles”. Our Student Services: Accommodation, Visa, Airport
Singapore campus in the new National Library allows pickup
students to do their curriculum partly here and partly on Facilities: 3 classrooms, Internet
our main campus. We also offer customized and (Broadband and wireless) — 4
executive programmes and train responsible, creative PCs, ATM, On-site Catering
leaders. Facility

Year Founded: 2005


Students From: Europe, China, India, Singapore

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GERMAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE Map: 1-C2


& TECHNOLOGY
25 International Business Park
#04-28 German Centre Singapore 609916
Telephone: (65) 6777 7407
Facsimile: (65) 6777 7236
Email: info@gist.edu.sg / student.affairs@gist.edu.sg
Website: www.gist.edu.sg

GIST is an affiliation of Technische Universität München Year Founded: 2002


(TUM), offering master’s courses. The Master’s degrees No of Staff: 40
are jointly awarded by TUM and a Singapore partner Staff/Student Ratio: 1:20
university. Current courses are 1) Master of Science - Students From: China, India, Singapore,
Industrial Chemistry, 2) Master of Science - Integrated Malaysia, Indonesia,
Circuit Design, 3) Master of Science - Intelligent Bangladesh, Philippines,
Transportation Systems. Poland, Germany, France

UNIVERSITIES
Enrolment: Age range: 20 - 35
The course structure: 1) Ten months of coursework in a 50% 50%
Singapore partner university taught by an international Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
team of staff including Nobel Laureates and industry Visa
specialists 2) Two months of internship in Europe/ Facilities: 30 mins to City centre, ATM,
Germany (for Asian students) or Asia (for European On-site Catering Facility
students) 3) Six months of research work with TUM, its
partner universities or industry partners.

INSEAD Map: 2-A2


1 Ayer Rajah Avenue Singapore 138676
Telephone: (65) 6799 5388
Facsimile: (65) 6799 5399
Website: www.insead.edu

INSEAD is recognised as one of the world’s largest and Student Services: Counselling, Visa, Financial
most influential top-tier business schools. It is the only Assistance — Scholarships,
business school with campuses in Asia (Singapore) and Airport pickup
Europe (Fontainebleau, France). INSEAD’s research Facilities: Library
and teaching marry a unique global perspective and Sports Facilities: Gym, Field, Courts
multi-cultural diversity.

Year Founded: 1957


No of Staff: 150
Students From: Worldwide

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INSTITUTE OF SYSTEMS SCIENCE Map: 2-A2


(NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE)
25 Heng Mui Keng Terrace Singapore 119615
Telephone: (65) 6516 2093
Facsimile: (65) 6778 2571
Email: training@iss.nus.edu.sg
Website: www.iss.nus.edu.sg

The Institute of Systems Science (ISS) is a premier Students From: Singapore, ASEAN,
institute in Singapore, and a part of the National commonwealth countries
University of Singapore, providing Information Enrolment: 3,829 Students
Technology (IT) education and training programmes. It Age range: 20 - 50
offers graduate degree programmes and professional 71% 29%
development courses for continuing education in IT. It Full-time: Local: 24 Foreign: 40
has trained over 48,000 people, who now constitute a Part-time: Local: 3,379 Foreign: 386
major proportion of the IT professional workforce in Facilities: 9 classrooms, Library with
UNIVERSITIES

Singapore. For 25 years, the institute has prided itself 2,780 books, 359 PCs, 396
on maintaining world-class quality standards in the Multimedia resources, 20 mins
curriculum and course offerings. It also conducts to City centre, On-site Catering
research and provides consulting services to the Facility
industry.

Year Founded: 1980


No of Staff: 27
Staff/Student Ratio: 25:4,805

NANYANG BUSINESS SCHOOL, Map: 1-A2


NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
(GRADUATE)
S3, Nanyang Avenue
Nanyang Technological University Singapore 639798
Telephone: (65) 6790 4758
Facsimile: (65) 6793 7440
Email: gradstudies@ntu.edu.sg
Website: www.nbs.ntu.edu.sg

The Nanyang Business School is one of Asia’s top Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
business schools. Its high academic standards, Visa, Financial Assistance —
outstanding student and faculty quality, wide network of For more details:
corporate linkages and strong international orientation www.ntu.edu.sg/gradstudies
have earned it the AACSB and EQUIS accreditations, Facilities: 20 classrooms, Library with
making it the first Singapore business school to achieve 425,000 books, Internet
this distinction. (Broadband and Wireless) —
218 PCs, 11,500 Multimedia
Year Founded: 1956 resources, 60 mins to City
No of Staff: 180 centre, ATM, On-site Catering
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:35 Facility
Students From: Asia, North America, Western Sports Facilities: Yes
Europe, UK
Enrolment: 75% 25%

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NANYANG BUSINESS SCHOOL, Map: 1-A2


NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
(OFFICE OF EXECUTIVE EDUCATION)
Nanyang Avenue Singapore 639798
Telephone: (65) 6791 1744
Facsimile: (65) 6791 1604
Website: www.ntu.edu.sg

One of the premier universities in Asia, Nanyang Enrolment: 5,500 Students


Technological University is recognised for its research Age range: 19 - 40
excellence and industry relevance. Its business school, 50% 50%
Nanyang Business School, is one of the largest in Asia Full-time: Local: 3,200 Foreign: 800
and has been consistently ranked among the top five Part-time: Local: 1,000 Foreign: 500
business schools in Asia. The Economist Intelligence Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
Unit (EIU) has ranked the school’s MBA programme top Visa, Airport pickup
in Singapore and fourth in Southeast Asia. The Facilities: Library, Internet (Wireless and

UNIVERSITIES
Nanyang Business School is also the first and only Broadband), 20 mins to City
business school in Singapore to achieve both AACSB centre, ATM, On-site Catering
International and EQUIS accreditations. Facility
Sports Facilities: Activity rooms, fitness gyms,
Year Founded: 1955 multi-purpose sports halls,
No of Staff: 1,800 squash corner, table-tennis
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:13 room
Students From: Indonesia, China, Malaysia,
Europe, Vietnam, India and
Germany etc

NANYANG BUSINESS SCHOOL, Map: 1-A2


NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
(UNDERGRADUATE)
Undergraduate Programmes Office
Block S3-B3A-31
Nanyang Avenue Singapore 639798
Telephone: (65) 6790 5683 / 6218
Facsimile: (65) 6792 4217
Email: UPO-Enquiries@ntu.edu.sg Enrolment: 3,300 Students
Website: www.nbs.ntu.edu.sg/undergrad Age range: 19 - 25
30% 70%
Nanyang Business School (NBS) is ranked as one of Full-time: Local: 2,970 Foreign: 330
Asia’s top five business schools by the prestigious Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
Economist Intelligence Unit for two years running. Visa, Financial Assistance —
Being the only business school in Singapore and the For more details refer to
third in Asia to be awarded the EQUIS (European www.ntu.edu.sg/Admissions/
Quality Improvement System) and AACSB (Association Scholar_FinAssist
to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) Facilities: 85 classrooms, Library with
accreditations, the school’s quality and standards in 425,000 books, Internet
management education come strongly endorsed. (Broadband and Wireless) —
400 PCs, 11,500 Multimedia
Year Founded: 1956 resources, 60 mins to City
No of Staff: 180 centre, ATM, On-site Catering
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:20 Facility
Students From: Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Sports Facilities: Swimming pool, Tennis/
Vietnam, Mauritius, India, Basketball/Squash courts,
Bangladesh, China running track, etc

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NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY Map: 1-A1


Office of Admissions, Student Services Centre
Level 2, 42 Nanyang Avenue Singapore 639815
Telephone: (65) 6790 5806/7
Facsimile: (65) 6794 6510
Email: adm_intnl@ntu.edu.sg Enrolment: 18,400 Students
Website: www.ntu.edu.sg/oad Age range: 16 - 54
55% 45%
Nanyang Technological University (NTU) was ranked Full-time: Local: 13,930 Foreign: 3,860
48th globally by The Times Higher Education Part-time: Local: 590 Foreign: 20
Supplement in a 2005 ranking of the world’s best Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
universities and placed 26th among technology Visa, Financial Assistance —
universities. The university is also reputed for its Scholarships, Tuition fee loans,
business school, which ranks among the region’s best. NTU study loans, Student
NTU has expanded its global network to accelerate loans, Bursaries, etc, Airport
collaborative research, teaching and entrepreneuship. pickup
UNIVERSITIES

Partnerships have been developed with more than 300 Facilities: 250 classrooms, Library with
universities in over 40 countries and strong ties have 440,000 books, Internet
been established with industry in research (Broadband, Wireless) — 8,100
collaborations. PCs, 58,000 Multimedia
resources, 60 mins to City
Year Founded: 1955 centre, ATM, On-site Catering
No of Staff: 1,400 Facility
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:18 Sports Facilities: Courts, Field, Gym, Pool,
Students From: Worldwide Sports hall

NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY Map: 1-A1


(GRADUATE)
Graduate Studies Office
42 Nanyang Avenue
Student Services Centre Level 3 Singapore 639815
Telephone: (65) 6790 5895
Facsimile: (65) 6793 1140
Email: gradstudies@ntu.edu.sg
Website: www.ntu.edu.sg/gradstudies/home/

Founded in 1955, NTU is a top-tier university ranked Enrolment: 61% 39%


among the best science and technological universities Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
in Asia. The University offers a comprehensive range of Visa, Financial Assistance —
more than 40 coursework-based and research-based Tuition fee loan scheme and
graduate programmes in the areas of engineering, Scholarships, Airport pickup
business, education, communication and information Facilities: 200 classrooms, Library,
and biological sciences. To facilitate research and Internet (Internet access and
advanced training, more than 50 research institutes and campus e-services available) —
centres of excellence are set up at the University. 8,000 PCs, 45 mins to City
centre, ATM
Year Founded: 1955 Sports Facilities: Courts, Field, Gym, Swimming
No of Staff: 1,361 pool, Sports hall
Students From: Worldwide

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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION Map: 1-A1


1 Nanyang Walk Singapore 637616
Telephone: (65) 6790 3888
Facsimile: (65) 6896 8874
Email: niepr@nie.edu.sg
Website: www.nie.edu.sg

NIE, the only teacher training institute in Singapore, 31% 69%


plays an important role in providing educational Full-time: Local: 3,406 Foreign: 153
research and consultancy services to the Ministry of Part-time: Local: 272 Foreign: 8
Education and schools. Its mission is to be a world- Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
class university renowned for its excellence in teacher Visa, Financial Assistance —
education and educational research. NIE provides state- Tuition fee loan, CPF education
of-the-art facilities, like teaching and learning scheme, Mendaki tertiary tuition
environments of the future, teaching and research fee subsidy, NTU-admin loans/
laboratories, an IT-enriched library, DNA Learning bursaries/scholarships, Rotary

UNIVERSITIES
Centre, greenhouse, art gallery and a performing students loan trust fund
theatre. Facilities: 84 classrooms, Library with
302,000 books, Internet
No of Staff: 378 (Broadband and Wireless) —
Students From: Singapore, Malaysia, Abu 1,588 PCs, 34,700 Multimedia
Dhabi, India, People’s Republic resources, 45 mins to City
of China and other parts of Asia centre
Enrolment: 3,839 Students Sports Facilities: Courts, gymnasium, pool,
Age range: 18 - 56 sports hall

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE Map: 2-A2


Office of Admissions
University Hall (E3A), Level 2
10 Kent Ridge Crescent Singapore 119260
Telephone: (65) 6874 1037
Facsimile: (65) 6778 7570
Email: enquire@nus.edu.sg
Website: www.nus.edu.sg/admissions/undergrad

Since its founding in 1905, NUS has contributed to Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
Singapore’s progress by producing the requisite Visa, Financial Assistance —
manpower for government, industry and commerce and Please refer to this website for
the arts. As an engine of growth for Singapore, NUS more information.
produces graduates for the global knowledge-driven (www.nus.edu.sg/registrar/info/
economy to fulfil its vision of becoming a global financialaid.htm), Airport pickup
knowledge enterprise, building synergies between Facilities: 1,546 classrooms, Library
education, research and entrepreneurship. Sports Facilities: Courts, Field, Gym, Pool,
Sports hall
Year Founded: 1905
No of Staff: 2,158
Students From: Worldwide

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NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE Map: 2-A2


(GRADUATE)
10 Kent Ridge Crescent Singapore 119260
Telephone: (65) 6775 6666
Website: www.nus.edu.sg

The National University of Singapore (NUS), formed in Students From: Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand,
1980, inherits its rich academic tradition from a lineage Philippines, China, Vietnam,
of distinctive predecessor institutions, which include the Myanmar, India, USA, Australia,
University of Malaya (1949), the Nanyang University Europe, Canada, etc
(1956) and the University of Singapore (1962). Today Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
NUS, is recognised as one of the leading universities in Visa, Airport pickup
the Asia-Pacific. At NUS, the focus is on providing Facilities: Library, ATM, On-site Catering
quality teaching, engaging impact research and Facility
promoting entrepreneurship and industry collaboration.
UNIVERSITIES

Year Founded: 1905


No of Staff: 3,209

NUS BUSINESS SCHOOL Map: 2-A2


1 Business Link
Biz2 Building Singapore 117592
Telephone: (65) 6874 4799
Facsimile: (65) 6872 1438
Email: askbiz@nus.edu.sg
Website: www.bschool.nus.edu.sg

We seek to be the best business school in Asia, with a Year Founded: 1965
world-class reputation for high-quality education and No of Staff: 110
research. Staff/Student Ratio: 1:11
Our Mission to provide a rigorous, relevant and rewarding Students From: 50 countries
business education that develops leaders for the global Enrolment: 1,264 Students
marketplace. Age range: 17 - 30
Rigour: We create and impart leading-edge management 34% 66%
knowledge, and we challenge our students with rigorous Full-time: Local: 1,010 Foreign: 254
training in theoretical and analytical thinking that builds Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
thought leadership. Visa, Financial Assistance —
Relevance: Our innovative programme integrates the best Scholarships and bursaries
management knowledge of the East and the West with a Facilities: 34 classrooms, Library with
dynamic and active engagement with industry. 65,909 books, Internet
Rewarding: We provide an enriching educational (Broadband, Local Area
experience with a perspective for lifelong learning and Network, Wireless) — 630 PCs,
contribution to society. Students are strongly encouraged 1,790 Multimedia resources,
to go on exchange programmes, participate in ATM, On-site Catering Facility
international case competitions, consulting practicum and Sports Facilities: Sports and recreation centre
internships, and volunteer for non-profit organisations.

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NUS GRADUATE SCHOOL FOR INTEGRATIVE Map: 2-A2


SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING (NGS)
Block MD 11, Clinical Research Centre
#01-10, 10 Medical Drive Singapore 117597
Telephone: (65) 6874 5524/6874 5954
Facsimile: (65) 6464 1148
Email: ngsenquiry@nus.edu.sg
Website: http: //www.ngs.nus.edu.sg

The National University of Singapore (NUS) is one of the Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
premier universities of Asia and was recently ranked by Visa, Financial Assistance —
the Times Higher Educational Supplement (UK) as Scholarship, Airport pickup
number 18 in the world. The NUS Graduate School for Facilities: Library with 2,319,109 books,
Integrative Sciences and Engineering (NGS) is a 45,534 Multimedia resources,
university-wide endeavour aimed at spearheading 20 mins to City centre, ATM
world-class trans-disciplinary graduate education and Sports Facilities: Courts, field, gym, pool, sports

UNIVERSITIES
research in science, engineering and related aspects of halls
medicine. The top-quality students enrolled in NGS are
supervised by leading staff from the NUS, research
institutes and industry who undergo a rigorous selection
process and are regularly reviewed.

Year Founded: 2002


No of Staff: 3,206
Students From: Worldwide

S. P. JAIN CENTER OF MANAGEMENT Map: 2-B2


1 Hyderabad Road Singapore 119571
Telephone: (65) 9085 4626
Email: admissions@spjain.org
Website: www.spjain.org

Higher education business school offering one year full Facilities: Library, Internet (Wireless),
time MBA and EMBA. 15 mins to City centre, On-site
Specializations: Marketing, Finance, IT Management, Catering Facility
Logistics. Sports Facilities: Football ground, table-tennis,
volley ball
Year Founded: 2006
Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
Visa

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SINGAPORE MANAGEMENT UNIVERSITY Map: 5-A1


81 Victoria Street Singapore 188065
Telephone: (65) 6822 0305
Facsimile: (65) 6822 0303
Email: admissions@smu.edu.sg
Website: www.smu.edu.sg

SMU is Singapore’s first private university funded by the Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
government. This flexibility facilitates SMU’s aim to be a Visa, Financial Assistance —
world-class university on par with the best www.smu.edu.sg/admissions/
internationally. The SMU approach to preparing financial_assistances.asp for full
graduates is a focused but broad-based education. list of financial assistance
Modelled after the Wharton School of University of schemes
Pennsylvania, one of the world’s leading business Facilities: 90 classrooms, Library, Internet
schools, SMU’s curriculum aims to groom outstanding (Broadband and Wireless),
business leaders and creative entrepreneurs capable of ATM, On-site Catering Facility
UNIVERSITIES

excelling in a rapidly changing world. Sports Facilities: Yes

Year Founded: 2000


No of Staff: 168
Students From: Worldwide

SINGAPORE-MIT ALLIANCE Map: 2-A2


E4-04-10
4 Engineering Drive 3 Singapore 117576
Telephone: (65) 6516 4787
Facsimile: (65) 6775 2920
Email: smart@nus.edu.sg
Website: www.sma.nus.edu.sg
http://web.mit.edu/sma

Singapore-MIT Alliance is an innovative engineering and Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,


life science educational and research collaboration Visa, Financial Assistance —
among three leading research universities in the world: Fellowships
the National University of Singapore (NUS), the Nanyang Facilities: Library, Internet (Broadband),
Technological University (NTU) and the Massachusetts ATM, On-site Catering Facility
Institute of Technology (MIT). Founded in November Sports Facilities: Courts, Field, Gym, Pool,
1998 to promote global engineering education and Sports hall
research, SMA brings together the resources of the
three premier academic institutions, while providing
students with unlimited access to exceptional faculty
expertise and superior research facilities.

Year Founded: 1998


Students From: China, India, Malaysia, Vietnam,
Indonesia, other countries

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UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO GRADUATE SCHOOL Map: 4-C2


OF BUSINESS
101 Penang Road
Asia Campus Singapore 238466
Telephone: (65) 6238 2196
Facsimile: (65) 6238 2103
Email: asia.inquiries@ChicagoGSB.edu
Website: ChicagoGSB.edu/execmba

Founded in 1898, the University of Chicago GSB — a Year Founded: 1898


Nobel Prize winning powerhouse — created the world’s Students From: Asia, Europe, North America
first Executive MBA programme in 1943 to provide Enrolment: Age range: 20 - 50
senior managers and executives with the most-up-to- Facilities: Internet (Wireless)
date management education. The same EMBA
programme, which connects high-powered executives
from three continents (Asia, Europe and North America),

UNIVERSITIES
is now available at our Asia Campus in Singapore.

UNSW ASIA Map: 2-B1


1 Kay Siang Road
Singapore 248922
Email: unswasia@unsw.edu.au
Website: www.unswasia.edu.sg

UNSW Asia will open in March 2007 as Singapore’s first Staff/Student Ratio: 1:15
comprehensive private research and teaching university. Students From: Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand,
It is owned and operated by the University of New Vietnam, Australia, China, India,
South Wales (UNSW) and is Australia’s leading Hong Kong plus other countries
international university. UNSW has a proud history of Enrolment: 750 Students
engagement in Asia, delivering teaching and research of Full-time: Local: 250 Foreign: 500
an outstanding quality. UNSW Asia will initially offer a Student Services: Accomodation, Counselling,
range of degrees in areas such as business, Visa, Financial Assistance –
engineering, science, design, media and international Scholarships, loans
studies. Studying at UNSW Asia Singapore will provide Facilities: 35 classrooms, Library, Internet
students with a unique opportunity to move or (Wireless), 10 mins to City
“exchange” between the Sydney & Singapore centre, ATM, On-site Catering
campuses and enjoy a truly interdisciplinary and Facility
multinational experience whilst building international Sports Facilities: Gym, tennis, basketball &
networks. UNSW Asia will move into a new purpose handball courts, street soccer
built campus at Changi in 2009. and aerobics studio

Year Founded: 2006


No of Staff: 50

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Covering a broad band of subjects and age


groups, private schools in Singapore prepare
students for basic exams as well as certificate
courses, diplomas and university degrees.

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AEC EDU GROUP PTE LTD Map: 6-4


141 Market Street
AEC Centre #13-00 Singapore 048944
Telephone: (65) 6222 3500
Facsimile: (65) 6227 3476
Email: knowledge@aec.edu.sg
Website: www.aec.edu.sg

AEC is a private school providing education Enrolment: Age range: 19 - 30


opportunities at various levels, which works closely with 30% 70%
universities abroad. Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
Visa
Year Founded: 1985 Facilities: Library, 5 mins to City centre,
Students From: Vietnam, China, Pakistan, ATM, On-site Catering Facility
Philippines, Sri Lanka, Australia,
Bangladesh, Britain, Germany,
India, Indonesia, Japan, Jordan,
Korea, Laos, Malaysia,
Maldives, Myanmar, Taiwan,
Thailand, The Netherlands
PRIVATE SCHOOLS

ASIA PACIFIC MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE Map: 6-B2


10 Anson Road
International Plaza #03-05 Singapore 079903
Telephone: (65) 6225 2825
Facsimile: (65) 6225 3605
Email: info@apmi.edu.sg
Website: www.apmi.edu.sg

Established since 1989, Asia Pacific Management Enrolment: 2,115 Students


Institute (APMI) is a regional provider of management Age range: 17 - 60
education and quality lifelong learning programmes and 54% 46%
services. APMI is registered with the Singapore Ministry Full-time: Local: 15 Foreign: 500
of Education (MOE) and is one of the first institutions to Part-time: Local: 1,280 Foreign: 320
achieve the Singapore Quality Class and ISO 9000 Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
quality certification in Singapore. APMI is also Visa, Financial Assistance —
accredited by the China Embassy in Singapore. Education loans, 0% interest
credit card instalment plans,
Year Founded: 1989 Airport pickup
No of Staff: 50 Facilities: 13 classrooms, Library with
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:40 4,000 books, Internet
Students From: Singapore, China, Vietnam, (Broadband) — 10 PCs, 60
Indonesia, India, Pakistan, Multimedia resources, 5 mins to
Bangladesh, Myanmar, Korea, City centre, ATM
Maldives

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AUSTON INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT Map: 5-B1


& TECHNOLOGY (AIMT)
45 Middle Road
Auston Uni Centre #05-00 Singapore 188954
Telephone: (65) 6333 5900
Facsimile: (65) 6333 5800
Email: webmaster@auston.com
Website: www.auston.edu.sg

At Auston, we believe in lifelong learning and that Students From: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines,
learning should be holistic, which enhances our China, India, Taiwan, Vietnam
students’ academic, professional and overall Enrolment: Age range: 23 - 45
development. Our programmes and courses are 65% 35%
intended to ensure that they enrich each individual and Student Services: Counselling, Visa, Financial
help to unlock latent potentials so that students may Assistance — TCC, Standard
accelerate in their personal achievements, enhance Chartered 0% instalment,
workplace effectiveness and enrich their family lives. Diners Club 0% instalment,
Auston is committed to providing quality academic and Maybank Education Loan
training programmes and we dedicate our efforts to Facilities: 20 classrooms, Library with
anticipating and satisfying students’ needs in the scope 1,500 books, Internet (SDSL
of education and professional development. 512K) — 48 PCs, 10 mins to
City centre, ATM
Year Founded: 1996
No of Staff: 25
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:52

PRIVATE SCHOOLS
BRIGHTON COMMERCIAL TRAINING CENTRE Map: 6-C1
141 Market Street
#03-00 Singapore 048944
Telephone: (65) 6225 8030
Facsimile: (65) 6220 7438
Email: contactus@brighton.edu.sg
Website: www.brighton.edu.sg

At Brighton school, we believe in value-added and Enrolment: 850 Students


quality education, making quality education our core Age range: 6 - 30
business. Every student who comes to our school is 50% 50%
seen as a unique individual. At the end of a student’s Full-time: Local: 150 Foreign: 700
education here, he/she would have learned to be a Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
responsible and upright citizen, well-equipped with Visa, Airport pickup
sufficient knowledge and skills to face the challenges of Facilities: 20 classrooms, Internet
the knowledge-based economic world. (Broadband) — 25 PCs, On-site
Catering Facility
Brighton school is accredited by the embassy of the
People’s Republic of China in Singapore.
Visit us at www.brighton.edu.sg

Year Founded: 1986


No of Staff: 35
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:25
Students From: Worldwide

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BRITISH COUNCIL ENGLISH LANGUAGE Map: 4-A2


CENTRE
30 Napier Road Singapore 258509
Telephone: (65) 6473 6661
Facsimile: (65) 6475 3885
Email: english@britishcouncil.org.sg
Website: www.britishcouncil.org.sg

The British Council is the United Kingdom’s international Enrolment: 4,627 Students
organisation for educational opportunities and cultural Age range: 14 onward
relations. It brings the best of British educational 30% 70%
expertise to Singapore. All our teachers are qualified Full-time: Local: 95 Foreign: 1,589
and experienced expatriate native speakers of English. Part-time: Local: 588 Foreign: 2,355
They generate a friendly, enjoyable and supportive Student Services: Counselling, Financial
atmosphere in the classroom. We use up-to-date British Assistance — Credit card
coursebooks and teaching materials and the latest payment by instalment plan
technology. The emphasis in class is on developing Facilities: 18 classrooms, Library with
confident communication skills. 6,700 books, Internet (LAN) —
51 PCs, 210 Multimedia
Year Founded: 1947 resources, 5 mins to City
No of Staff: 70 centre, On-site Catering Facility
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:16
Students From: China, Vietnam, Japan, Korea,
Indonesia and other countries
PRIVATE SCHOOLS

EASB INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT Map: 6-C1


98 Henderson Road Singapore 159543
Telephone: (65) 6272 0102
Facsimile: (65) 6276 5469
Email: enquiries@easb.edu.sg
Website: www.easb.edu.sg

EASB Institute of Management is a Singapore Ministry Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,


of Education registered institution for higher learning. In Visa, Airport pickup
recognition of its high standard of educational provision, Facilities: Library, 15 mins to City centre,
EASB has been awarded the Singapore Quality Class ATM, On-site Catering Facility
for Private Education Organisation by the Singapore Sports Facilities: Basketball court, Badminton
government. EASB is also accredited by the embassy court
of the People’s Republic of China in Singapore. Visit us
at www.easb.edu.sg

Year Founded: 2001


Students From: Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam,
Thailand, Indonesia, India,
China, Japan, Korea, Belgium,
etc

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FTC TRAINING CENTRE Map: 4-B1


51 Cuppage Road
StarHub Centre #04-07 Singapore 229469
Telephone: (65) 6733 1877
Facsimile: (65) 6733 2977
Email: admin@ftcsingapore.com
Website: www.ftcsingapore.com

FTC Singapore dominates the Singapore market for the Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
provision of professional accountancy training with more Visa, Airport pickup
than 5,000 students every year, including several Facilities: 15 classrooms, Library, Internet
hundred overseas students. At FTC we believe the (Broadband), 5 mins to City
quality of your learning depends upon the quality of our centre
lecturers. Choose FTC as your partner for learning and
maximise your chances of success!

Year Founded: 1997


No of Staff: 20
Students From: China, Malaysia, Vietnam, India,
Indonesia, Myanmar, Pakistan

PRIVATE SCHOOLS
FTMS GLOBAL Map: 4-C2
182 Clemenceau Avenue Singapore 239923
Telephone: (65) 6733 2888
Facsimile: (65) 6339 6095
Email: info@ftmsglobal.com
Website: www.ftmsglobal.com

FTMS is a leading education and training provider with Student Services: Counselling, Visa
a 20-year history. Students studying at FTMS have a Facilities: 10 classrooms, Library with
wide choice of evergreen and high-end undergraduate, 2,500 books, Internet
postgraduate and professional courses in accounting, (Broadband), On-site Catering
finance, business management, computing and Facility
engineering. FTMS prepares students for the global
demands of the knowledge-based economies in mature
as well as emerging markets.

Year Founded: 1986


No of Staff: 35
Students From: Britain, Cambodia, China, India,
Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia,
Mauritius, Mongolia, Myanmar,
Nepal, Nigeria, Sri Lanka,
Vietnam

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HUA BUSINESS SCHOOL Map: 3-C2


101 Thomson Road
United Square #03-27 Singapore 307591
Telephone: (65) 6255 3231
Facsimile: (65) 6255 5503
Email: enquiries@hua.com.sg
Website: www.hua.com.sg

Hua Business School is a private institution dedicated Enrolment: 200 Students


to offering academic courses at tertiary and diploma Full-time: Foreign: 200
levels. It also offers corporate training courses to Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
companies. It partners reputable colleges in the Visa, Airport pickup
provision of diploma courses to students who wish to Facilities: 5 classrooms, Library
pursue high-quality education. Its function complements
that of Hua Language Centre, which is to provide high-
standard language courses to students at all levels.

Students From: China, Indonesia, India,


Vietnam, South Korea, other
countries
PRIVATE SCHOOLS

HUA LANGUAGE CENTRE Map: 3-C2


101 Thomson Road
United Square #03-25/26 Singapore 307591
Telephone: (65) 6255 5060
Facsimile: (65) 6255 5503
Email: enquiries@hua.com.sg
Website: www.hua.com.sg

Hua Language Centre was formed in 1992 to provide Enrolment: 1,200 Students
language training to Singapore students. In 1993, the Full-time: Foreign: 200
school started to enrol students from Indonesia, China, Part-time: Local: 1,000
Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam for preparatory courses Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
at all levels, up to GCE O-Level. Foreign students who Visa, Airport pickup
successfully complete the courses will be able to gain Facilities: 11 classrooms, Library
admission to Singapore schools or higher institutions.

Students From: China, Indonesia, India,


Vietnam, South Korea, other
countries

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INFORMATICS INSTITUTE Map: 1-C2


12 Science Centre Road
Informatics Campus Singapore 609080
Telephone: (65) 6880 5880
Facsimile: (65) 6883 2508
Email: programmes@informatics.edu.sg
Website: www.informatics.edu.sg

Founded in 1983, Informatics Institute offers training Enrolment: 4,400 Students


and education in the fields of Information Technology Age range: 16 - 55
and Business Management, from diplomas to 52% 48%
undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, validated by Full-time: Local: 350 Foreign: 1,350
reputable universities from the United States, the United Part-time: Local: 2,700
Kingdom and Australia. Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
Visa, Financial Assistance —
Informatics Institute has achieved the most awards Assisting students to open
among private education organisations in Singapore: bank account, Airport pickup
• Singapore Quality Class for Private Education Facilities: 27 classrooms, Library with
Organisations 10,000 books, Internet
• Singapore Brand Awards 2002 and 2003 (Wireless) — 1,100 PCs,
• ISO 9001:2000 standards 8 Multimedia resources,
• Case Trust 20 mins to City centre,
On-site Catering Facility
Year Founded: 1983 Sports Facilities: Tennis court, football fields,
No of Staff: 80 basketball court, multi-purpose
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:55 hall, badminton court, street-
Students From: PRC, Nigeria, HK, Singapore, soccer court

PRIVATE SCHOOLS
Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand,
Bangladesh, Malaysia,
Sri Lanka, Philippines, Pakistan,
Nepal, India, Myanmar,
Cambodia, Taiwan and Oman

LASALLE-SIA COLLEGE OF THE ARTS, Map: 8-A2


SINGAPORE
90 Goodman Road Singapore 439053
Telephone: (65) 6340 9499
Facsimile: (65) 6344 0097
Email: international@lasallesia.edu.sg
Website: www.lasallesia.edu.sg

LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts offers high-quality Enrolment: Age range: 17 - 55


undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in 39% 61%
practice-based arts management, design, fine arts and Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
performing arts. Renowned as the Asia-Pacific’s leading Visa, Financial Assistance —
arts institution, LASALLE-SIA emphasises creativity and Scholarships, bursaries,
interdisciplinary interaction. International students from counselling
over 30 countries make up LASALLE-SIA’s population. Facilities: Library with 50,000 books,
LASALLE-SIA is a private, non-profit institution. Internet (Wireless Campus and
lease line), 2,500 Multimedia
Year Founded: 1984 resources, 30 mins to City
Students From: Worldwide centre
Sports Facilities: Neighbourhood community
basketball court, swimming
pool

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LORNA WHISTON EAL SCHOOL Map: 3-C2


English as Acquired Language Department
101 Thomson Road
United Square #04-23 Singapore 307591
Telephone: (65) 6251 7662
Facsimile: (65) 6251 7612
Email: enquiry@lornawhiston.com.sg
Website: www.lornawhiston.com.sg

Lorna Whiston’s EAL (English as an Acquired Language) Enrolment: Age range: 8 - 17


Programmes attract students from all over Asia who 50% 50%
speak English as a foreign language. At Lorna Whiston, Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
our EAL students study in a friendly yet focussed Visa, Airport pickup
learning environment ideal for developing confidence Facilities: 15 classrooms, Library, 15 PCs,
and proficiency. After being given an initial placement 5 mins to City centre
test, students are then placed on an appropriate course
of study, guided by our dedicated, experienced and fully
qualified teachers to reach and surpass their language
learning goals.

Year Founded: 2004


No of Staff: 14
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:10
Students From: Singapore, Korea, Thailand,
China, Indonesia, France
PRIVATE SCHOOLS

MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE Map: 2-B1


OF SINGAPORE
501 Stirling Road Singapore 148951
Telephone: (65) 6278 8000
Facsimile: (65) 6278 5312
Email: mdis@mdis.edu.sg
Website: www.mdis.edu.sg

The Management Development Institute of Singapore Enrolment: 8,000 Students


(MDIS), founded in 1956, is Singapore’s oldest not-for- Full-time: Local: 1,600 Foreign: 2,300
profit professional institute for lifelong learning. For 50 Part-time: Local: 3,600 Foreign: 500
years, MDIS has been assisting individuals to develop Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
professionally through seminars, management services, Visa, Airport pickup
and academic programmes in the areas of Business Facilities: 52 classrooms, Library with
and Management, Mass Communications, Biomedical 13,000 books
Sciences and Information Technology, offered in
collaboration with highly acclaimed universities in the
United Kingdom, the United States of America, Australia
and France.

Year Founded: 1956


No of Staff: 400
Students From: India, China, Vietnam,
Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand,
Philippines, Sri Lanka, Germany

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NANYANG ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS Map: 5-A1


80 Bencoolen Street
Level 2 Singapore 189655
Telephone: (65) 6512 4079
Facsimile: (65) 6512 9363
Email: studentadmission@nafa.edu.sg
Website: www.nafa.edu.sg

NAFA is a premier tertiary institution providing quality Year Founded: 1938


training and education in the arts for aspiring talents. Students From: China, Malaysia, Indonesia and
NAFA offers both full-time diploma and part-time others
certificate courses in the visual and performing arts, and Enrolment: 4,200 Students
fashion studies. NAFA also conducts degree and post- Full-time: Local: 1,300 Foreign: 650
graduate programmes in collaboration with reputable Part-time: Local: 2,000 Foreign: 250
foreign universities in the UK and China. NAFA’s Student Services: Counselling, Financial
modern, state-of-the-art new campus at Bencoolen Assistance — Scholarships,
Street commenced operation in July 2004, heralding a Bursaries
new chapter in the Academy’s history as an arts Facilities: Library with 50,000 books,
institution of excellence. Combined with its dynamic and Internet (Broadband and
dedicated management team, professional and Wireless), 5 mins to City centre,
cosmopolitan academia, as well as well-designed and On-site Catering Facility
relevant courses, NAFA will continue to be the hotbed
for aspiring youths in the creative fields for years to
come.

PRIVATE SCHOOLS
NANYANG INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT Map: Main F4
PTE LTD
600 Upper Thomson Road Singapore 574421
Telephone: (65) 6777 6996
Facsimile: (65) 6773 6733
Email: contact@nanyang.edu.sg
Website: www.nanyang.edu.sg

Nanyang, with a campus covering 24,000 sq m, has Enrolment: 1,000 Students


four schools - Business, Nursing, Tourism and Age range: 15 - 36
Hospitality and Language. The institute offers a wide 50% 50%
range of courses leading to certificate, diploma, Full-time: Local: 55 Foreign: 945
advanced diploma and Bachelor’s and Master’s Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
degrees. Visa, Airport pickup
Facilities: 27 classrooms, Library with
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:17 3,000 books, Internet
Students From: China, Vietnam, Malaysia, (Broadband and Wireless) —
Indonesia, Myanmar, Pakistan, 130 PCs, 25 mins to City
Brunei, Nepal, Singapore, India centre, On-site Catering Facility
Sports Facilities: Football field, Basketball/Volley/
Badminton courts

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PSB ACADEMY Map: 3-C1


(A DIVISION OF PSB CORPORATION)
490 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh
HDB Hub BizThree #08-11 Singapore 310490
Telephone: (65) 6885 1030/1048
Facsimile: (65) 6352 4082
Email: psbacademy@psbcorp.com Enrolment: 29,144 Students
Website: www.psbacademy.edu.sg Age range: 17 - 55
50% 50%
PSB Academy, a Singapore Government-linked Full-time: Local: 200 Foreign: 500
education institute, is one of The largest education and Part-time: Local: 28,444
training providers in Singapore. A subsidiary of SPRING Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
Singapore, a government agency of The Ministry of Visa, Financial Assistance —
Trade and Industry, PSB Academy has been in the Citibank, TCC Ltd, SDF
education profession for over 30 years. funding, Skills redevelopment
PSB Academy is a Singapore Quality Class institution programme, Approved-In-
and we are committed to providing students with an Principle (AIP) training
education that is fresh, practical and relevant. programmes, Airport pickup
Facilities: 42 classrooms, Library with
Year Founded: 1972 5,226 books, Internet
No of Staff: 360 (Broadband) — 252 PCs, 8
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:20 Multimedia resources, 5 mins to
Students From: Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, City centre, ATM, On-site
France, India, Indonesia, Japan, Catering Facility
Malaysia, Madagascar,
Myanmar, Mongolia, Nepal,
Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam
PRIVATE SCHOOLS

RAFFLES CAMPUS PTE LTD Map: 6-B2


3 Anson Road
Springleaf Tower #19-01 Singapore 079909
Telephone: (65) 6536 6566
Facsimile: (65) 6536 6866
Email: enquiries@rafflescampus.com
Website: www.rafflescampus.com

Raffles Campus offers quality programmes which will Enrolment: 89 Students


equip students with the appropriate qualifications, skills Age range: 18 - 45
and knowledge and to provide them with an effective 50% 50%
platform for the development of networks through the Full-time: Local: 11 Foreign: 2
multi-campus environment, thus enabling them to Part-time: Local: 50 Foreign: 26
succeed in their careers. Student Services: Counselling, Financial
Assistance — Instalment
Year Founded: 1999 payment
No of Staff: 18 Facilities: 6 classrooms, Library with 350
Students From: Australia, Indonesia, China, books, Internet (Wireless) — 22
Korea, Vietnam, India & PCs, 3 Multimedia resources
Singapore

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RAFFLES DESIGN INSTITUTE (SINGAPORE) Map: 5-B1


11 Beach Road #01-02 Singapore 189675
Telephone: (65) 6338 5288
Facsimile: (65) 6338 0306
Email: enquiries@raffles-design-institute.edu.sg
Website: www.raffles-design-institute.edu.sg

As a premier education provider we are committed to Enrolment: 710 Students


nurturing creative talents and design management Age range: 16 - 59
expertise for the arts and design industry. We provide a 50% 50%
high-quality design education relevant to industry and Full-time: Local: 160 Foreign: 520
adapted to the socioeconomic needs of our society. Part-time: Local: 30
Student Services: Counselling
Year Founded: 1990 Facilities: 20 classrooms, Library, Internet
No of Staff: 45 (Wireless), 2 mins to City centre
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:20
Students From: China, Indonesia, Europe,
America, India, Thailand,
Vietnam, Malaysia, Sri Lanka,
Korea, other countries

PRIVATE SCHOOLS
SHELTON COLLEGE INTERNATIONAL Map: 2-C1
1 Telok Blangah Rise Singapore 098888
Telephone: (65) 6334 1330
Facsimile: (65) 6337 4208
Email: gen@sheltonsc.com
Website: www.sheltonsc.com

Shelton College International was established in 1993 Students From: China, Vietnam, Indonesia,
and is registered with the Ministry of Education (MOE). Thailand, Nepal, Singapore,
We are proud to have been awarded the Singapore Myanmar, Korea, India,
Quality Class (SQC) for Private Education Organisations Bangladesh, Malaysia
(PEOs) in 2003. Beyond providing outstanding Enrolment: 500 Students
coursework, Shelton aspires to be an institution of Age range: 10 & Above
excellence where staff and students model the values of 70% 30%
continuous learning, teamwork and respect in a caring Full-time: Foreign: 400
and challenging environment. Part-time: Local: 100
Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
“We believe that every student has the potential to Visa, Financial Assistance —
develop into a holistic individual within a strong Scholarships, Airport pickup
academic and caring environment,” said Ms Lesley Lim, Facilities: 30 classrooms, Library, Internet
Chief Executive Officer and principal of Shelton. (Broadband), 20 mins to City
centre, On-site Catering Facility
Year Founded: 1993
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:30

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SINGAPORE ACCOUNTANCY ACADEMY Map: 8-A1


20 Aljunied Road
#01-04 CPA House Singapore 389805
Telephone: (65) 6744 9700
Facsimile: (65) 6744 9796
Email: enquiry@saa.org.sg
Website: www.saa.org.sg

The Singapore Accountancy Academy (SAA) was Enrolment: 3,000 Students


established in 1985, with a vision to service and foster Age range: 16 - 50
the needs of the accounting industry. The SAA is the 34% 66%
training arm of the Institute of Certified Public Full-time: Local: 230 Foreign: 720
Accountants of Singapore (ICPAS). For the past 20 Part-time: Local: 2,050
years, the Academy has trained thousands of Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
individuals to upgrade their education and career Visa, Financial Assistance —
through various academic and continuing professional Bursary, NTUC scheme, SDF/
education programmes. SRP/SEP, Excellence Award
Scheme, Airport pickup
Year Founded: 1985 Facilities: 9 classrooms, Library with 400
No of Staff: 30 books, Internet (Broadband,
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:100 wireless) — 40 PCs, 20 mins to
Students From: China, Malaysia, Indonesia, City centre
Myanmar, India, Vietnam,
Pakistan, Sri Lanka
PRIVATE SCHOOLS

SINGAPORE HOTEL & TOURISM EDUCATION Map: 1-C2


CENTRE PTE LTD
21 Bukit Batok Street 22 Singapore 659589
Telephone: (65) 6415 3588
Facsimile: (65) 6415 3530
Email: courses@sha.org.sg
Website: www.sha.org.sg

Established by the Singapore Hotel Association in 1983, Enrolment: 1,200 Students


SHATEC is now a leading hotel school in Asia. It has an Age range: 17 - 26
annual student population of 1,200 of which about 40% 55% 45%
are from overseas. SHATEC offers pre-employment and Full-time: Local: 780 Foreign: 420
continuing education programmes in culinary arts and Student Services: Counselling, Financial
hotel and tourism management. Its graduates earn Assistance — Scholarships/
significant transfer credits at leading universities in the Education loans
United States, the United Kingdom and Australia. Facilities: 27 classrooms, Library with
8,000 books, Internet
Year Founded: 1983 (Broadband) — 45 PCs, 30
No of Staff: 60 mins to City centre
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:40
Students From: Worldwide

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SINGAPORE INSTITUTE OF COMMERCE Map: 5-A1


250/252 Middle Road
SIC Building Singapore 188983
Telephone: (65) 6337 8000
Facsimile: (65) 6337 0400
Email: enquiry@sic.edu.sg
Website: www.sic.edu.sg

Singapore Institute of Commerce (SIC) is the oldest and Enrolment: Age range: 18 - 40
most reputable business school in Singapore. An 50% 50%
independent organisation, SIC offers prestigious Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
international degrees, approved by the London School Visa, Airport pickup
of Economics, University of London, University of Facilities: 24 classrooms, Library with
Northumbria, Charles Sturt University and Flinder 6,400 books, Internet (Wireless
University, to run their quality diploma, B.Sc. degree and Broadband) — 26 PCs
and master’s programmes. Sports Facilities: Courts, Gym

Year Founded: 1947


No of Staff: 23
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:50
Students From: Europe, India, Sri Lanka,
Indonesia, China, Vietnam,
Thailand, Australia

PRIVATE SCHOOLS
SINGAPORE INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT Map: 3-A2
461 Clementi Road Singapore 599491
Telephone: (65) 6248 9746
Facsimile: (65) 6462 9411
Email: study@sim.edu.sg
Website: www.sim.edu.sg

Singapore Institute of Management offers the widest Enrolment: 10,300 Students


range of high-quality academic programmes in Age range: 16 - 55
Singapore through its partnership with established 45% 55%
international universities and institutions from the United Full-time: Local: 4,900 Foreign: 1,100
States, the United Kingdom and Australia. With an Part-time: Local: 4,300
enrolment exceeding 10,000, SIM offers more than 50 Student Services: Counselling, Financial
academic programmes at postgraduate, undergraduate, Assistance — SIM International
diploma and certificate levels, and annually conducts scholarships, Student loans
about 560 executive workshops, seminars and from NTUC Thrift and Loan
conferences. Co-operative Ltd, Maybank
Facilities: 90 classrooms, Library with
Year Founded: 1964 77,951 books, Internet
Students From: Singapore, China, India, (Wireless) — 571 PCs, 1,427
Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan, Multimedia resources, 30 mins
Vietnam to City centre, On-site Catering
Facility

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SSTC EDUCATION CENTRE Map: 4-C1


9 Penang Road
Park Mall #09-03
(Next to Dhoby Ghaut MRT) Singapore 238459
Telephone: (65) 6235 5685
Facsimile: (65) 6734 5130
Email: sstc1@singnet.com.sg
Website: www.sstc.edu.sg

SSTC is a business, information technology (IT), Enrolment: 1,100 Students


secretarial and language training institute established Age range: 8 - 55
and registered with Singapore’s Ministry of Education 30% 70%
since 1978. Our English courses prepare students to Full-time: Local: 100 Foreign: 700
enter government/private schools/polytechnics/ Part-time: Local: 300
universities and our IT/computing/business diplomas Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
prepare students for second or final year entry (course Visa, Airport pickup
dependent) into our overseas partner universities. Facilities: 13 classrooms, Internet
(Broadband) — 30 PCs, 5 mins
Year Founded: 1978 to City centre, ATM, On-site
No of Staff: 15 Catering Facility
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:25
Students From: Afghanistan, Brunei, Cambodia,
China, Hong Kong, Indonesia,
Japan, Korea, Laos, Malaysia,
Mongolia, Myanmar, Russia,
Thailand, Taiwan, Vietnam,
other Asian countries
PRIVATE SCHOOLS

ST FRANCIS METHODIST SCHOOL Map: Main D4


492 Upper Bukit Timah Road Singapore 678095
Telephone: (65) 6760 0889
Facsimile: (65) 6760 8032
Email: sfmsadm@sfms.edu.sg
Website: www.sfms.edu.sg

St. Francis Methodist School is a leading private Enrolment: 613 Students


academic institution that offers alternative educational Age range: 13 - 21
pathways such as the Systematic English Teaching Full-time: Local: 184 Foreign: 429
Programme, IGCSE, BTEC Higher National Diploma Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
(Business), AUSMAT and the St. Francis Baccalaureate, Visa, Financial Assistance —
in addition to the Lower Secondary Programme and the Local student study loan (from
Singapore-Cambridge GCE “O” and “A” Levels. The TCC), Bursaries, Scholarships,
extensive range of courses at this Pan-Asian school Airport pickup
and its cross-cultural environment provide students with Facilities: 29 classrooms, Library with
creative thinking opportunities and set a moral tone for 5,000 books, Internet
their lives in this challenging millennium. (Broadband & Wireless) —
140 PCs, On-site Catering
Year Founded: 1960 Facility
No of Staff: 50 Sports Facilities: Outdoor Basketball court,
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:25 Indoor multipurpose hall, Gym
Students From: Singapore, China, Vietnam,
Thailand, Indonesia, Korea,
Malaysia, Australia, etc

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ST JAMES ENGLISH SCHOOL Map: 5-A1


250/252 Middle Road
SIC Building Singapore 188983
Telephone: (65) 6348 0000
Facsimile: (65) 6337 0400
Email: brigitte@sic.edu.sg
Website: www.stjames.edu.sg

St James, supplies specialized English language Enrolment: 329 Students


programmes. All our courses are aimed at applying Age range: 17 - 25
English in everyday practical situations from academic 40% 60%
to business life. As experts in English, we believe that Full-time: Foreign: 296
personal attention through a small teacher to student Part-time: Local: 33
ratio is important. We also believe that the learning of Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
English is more effective when it is practical and fun. St Visa, Airport pickup
James school is proud to have been awarded the Facilities: 6 classrooms, Library with 450
Singapore Quality Class for Private Education books, Internet (Internet &
Organisation for its quality and dynamism in achieving Wireless free) — 12 PCs, 20
educational excellence. mins to City centre
Sports Facilities: Basketball courts, Football field,
Year Founded: 1947 Badminton courts
No of Staff: 11
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:30
Students From: China, Vietnam, Indonesia,
Thailand and other countries

PRIVATE SCHOOLS
STANSFIELD COLLEGE Map: 4-C2
11 Penang Lane Singapore 238485
Telephone: (65) 6338 0300
Facsimile: (65) 6338 0400
Email: degree@stansfieldcollege.com.sg
Website: www.stansfieldcollege.com

Stansfield College offers a wide range of the University Students From: China, India, Vietnam, Sri
of London and London School of Economics diploma Lanka, Maldives, Malaysia,
and degree programmes. Founded in 1993 with the Europe including UK, US,
philosophy of recruiting only the best, highly qualified Philippines, Myanmar, Mongolia,
and committed faculty, the College has built a proven Bangladesh
track record of producing a high number of First Class Enrolment: 2,000 Students
Honours, Merit and Distinction students. To date Age range: 17 - 35
Stansfield has produced 30 First Class Honours 50% 50%
students. Stansfield holds the Singapore Quality Class Full-time: Local: 600 Foreign: 750
status for Private Education Organisations, allowing Part-time: Local: 640 Foreign: 10
fast-track approval and waiver of immigration security Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
deposit for international students. Visa, Airport pickup
Facilities: 22 classrooms, Library with
Year Founded: 1993 7,000 books, Internet
No of Staff: 30 (Broadband & Wireless) —
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:15 62 PCs, ATM
Sports Facilities: Available at our hostel

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TMC ACADEMY Map: 5-A2


141 North Bridge Road
#03-01 Capitol Centre Singapore 179099
Telephone: (65) 6339 7333
Facsimile: (65) 6339 6350
Email: international@tmc.edu.sg
Website: www.tmc.edu.sg

Established in 1981, TMC Educational Group has Enrolment: 3,500 Students


25 years’ experience in the education and training Full-time: Local: 1,000 Foreign: 500
industry. Since then, we have forged affiliations with Part-time: Local: 2,000
leading universities in Australia, the United Kingdom and Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
the United States. We offer programmes in the areas of Visa, Airport pickup
business, information technology, mass communication Facilities: 65 classrooms, Library, Internet
and English, from certificates, diplomas and degrees (Both Wired & Wireless) —
right up to Master’s. 30 PCs, 3 mins to City centre

Year Founded: 1981


No of Staff: 140
Students From: China, India, Indonesia,
Thailand, Vietnam, others
PRIVATE SCHOOLS

TMC ACADEMY FOR ADVANCED EDUCATION Map: 5-A2


141 North Bridge Road
#03-01 Capitol Centre Singapore 179099
Telephone: (65) 6339 7333
Facsimile: (65) 6339 6350
Email: international@tmc.edu.sg
Website: www.tmc.edu.sg

Established in 1981, TMC Educational Group has Enrolment: 3,500 Students


25 years’ experience in the education and training Full-time: Local: 1,000 Foreign: 500
industry. Since then, we have forged affiliations with Part-time: Local: 2,000
leading universities in Australia, the United Kingdom and Student Services: Accommodation, Counselling,
the United States. We offer programmes in the areas of Visa, Airport pickup
business, information technology, mass communication Facilities: 65 classrooms, Library, Internet
and English, from certificates, diplomas and degrees (Both Wired & Wireless) -
right up to Master’s. 30 PCs, 3 Mins to City centre

Year Founded: 1981


No of Staff: 140
Students From: China, India, Indonesia,
Thailand, Vietnam, others

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TOURISM MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE Map: 4-B1


OF SINGAPORE
390 Orchard Road
Palais Renaissance #16-01/04 Singapore 238871
Telephone: (65) 6221 0236
Facsimile: (65) 6222 5365
Email: info@tmis-edu.com
Website: www.tmis-edu.com

The Tourism Management Institute of Singapore (TMIS) Students From: China, Vietnam, India,
was officially launched on 16 November 2000. It was Myanmar, Nepal, Thailand,
previously the Centre for Tourism-Related Studies Cambodia, Korea, Indonesia,
(CTRS) established in 1987. TMIS is a 100% owned Malaysia
subsidiary of the National Association of Travel Agents Enrolment: 315 Students
Singapore (NATAS). TMIS is actively providing tourism Age range: 16 - 45
courses and training to the public in Singapore and 40% 60%
international students from the Asia-Pacific region. Full-time: Local: 54 Foreign: 115
Since its inception, TMIS has trained more than 30,000 Part-time: Local: 146
students from the travel industry. With a pool of 60 Student Services: Counselling, Visa, Financial
experienced trainers, TMIS offers a whole spectrum of Assistance — Study loans,
courses, from certificate to diploma to degree. Airport pickup
Facilities: 5 classrooms, Library with
Year Founded: 1987 1,000 books, Internet
No of Staff: 60 (Broadband) — 5 PCs, On-site
Staff/Student Ratio: 1:25 Catering Facility

PRIVATE SCHOOLS

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3dsense Media School Arium Consulting & Education Pte Ltd


1 Selegie Road 35 Selegie Road
#04-01 Paradiz Centre S(188306) #09-28 Parklane Shopping Mall S(188307)
Tel: (65) 6339 9455 Fax: (65) 6339 9775 Tel: (65) 6338 0727 Fax: (65) 6338 0985
Email: enquiries@3dsense.net Email: enquiry@ariumedu.com
Website: http://www.3dsense.net Website: http://www.ariumedu.com
Map: 5-A1 Map: 4-C1

Acton English School Ascendas Education Centre


321 Orchard Road 470 North Bridge Road
#06-04 Orchard Shopping Centre S(238866) #02-11 North Bridge Commercial Complex S(188735)
Tel: (65) 6732 8515 Fax: (65) 6732 8414 Tel: (65) 6338 1378 Fax: (65) 6337 1378
Email: acton_english_school@hotmail.com Email: enquiries@ascendas.edu.sg
Website: www.actonenglish.com Website: www.ascendas.edu.sg
Map: 4-B2 Map: 5-B1

Ascent Educentre Pte Ltd


Advance Supply Chain Training Center
10 Eunos Road 8
51 Anson Road
#B1-08 Singapore Post Centre S(408600)
#09-51A Anson Centre S(079904)
Tel: (65) 6745 4639 Fax: (65) 6841 3442
Tel: (65) 6323 4084 Fax: (65) 6323 4085
Email: ascent@singnet.com.sg
Email: pavan@advancescs.com
Website: www.ascenteducentre.com
Website: www.advancescstraining.com
Map: 8-A1
Map: 6-B2
Asher Success Education Centre
Aesara School of Liberal Arts 480 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh
2 Peck Seah Street #07-01 HDB Hub (East Wing) S(310480)
#05-01 Airview Building S(079305)
PRIVATE SCHOOLS

Tel: (65) 6356 5355 Fax: (65) 6356 5002


Tel: (65) 6820 3008 Fax: (65) 6820 3050 Email: Christopher@ashersuccess.com
Email: audrey@americanacademicalliance.com Map: 3-C2
Website: www.aias-edu.com
Map: 6-B2 Asia-Australia School of Management
141 Victoria Street S(188063)
Aestral Private School Tel: (65) 6336 6905/6336 9505 Fax: (65) 6336 2825
1 Sophia Road Email: postmaster@aasm.edu.sg
#05-05 Peace Centre S(228149) Website: www.aasm.edu.sg
Tel: (65) 6336 7119 Fax: (65) 6336 8961 Map: 5-A1
Email: aestral95@yahoo.com
Website: www.aestral.edu.sg Asian Centre for Professional Excellence
Map: 4-C1 Pte Ltd
61 Robinson Road
AM School of Business Studies #17-04 Robinson Centre S(068893)
20 Bideford Road Tel: (65) 6349 2727 Fax: (65) 6349 2726
#01-03 Wellington Building S(229921) Email: info@acpe.edu.sg
Tel: (65) 6838 0151 Fax: (65) 6838 0154 Website: www.acpe.edu.sg
Email: amedu@singnet.com.sg Map: 6-B2
Website: www.am.edu.sg
Map: 4-B1
Please log on to
AMGT Management School
51 Anson Road www.singaporeedu.gov.sg
#08-55/57 Anson Centre S(079904)
Tel: (65) 6222 1908 Fax: (65) 6222 2768 for the latest school and
Email: school@ashford.com.sg course information.
Website: http://www.ashford.com.sg
Map: 6-B2

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Asian School of Education Boston Business School


192 Waterloo Street 520 North Bridge Road
#06-01 Skyline Building S(187966) #03-01 Wisma Alsagoff S(188742)
Tel: (65) 6338 2281/6338 3373 Fax: (65) 6338 7877 Tel: (65) 6238 7638 Fax: (65) 6238 8178
Email: info@ase.edu.sg Email: enquiry@bostonbiz.edu.sg
Website: www.ase.edu.sg Website: www.bostonbiz.edu.sg
Map: 5-A1 Map: 5-B1

ASK School of Management Boston International School Pte Ltd


103 Beach Road 62 Cecil Street
#07-01 Premier Centre S(189704) #03-00 TPI Building S(049710)
Tel: (65) 6339 9204 Fax: (65) 6338 7686 Tel: (65) 6221 0030 Fax: (65) 6224 4861
Email: info@askedu.com.sg Email: enquiry@boston-education.com
Website: www.askedu.com.sg Website: http://www.boston-education.com
Map: 5-B1 Map: 6-B1

at-sunrice, The Singapore Culinary Academy Cambridge Business School


and Spice Garden 70 Palmer Road
Fort Canning Centre #05-00 Palmer House S(079427)
Fort Canning Park S(179618) Tel: (65) 6227 3181/6227 3386 Fax: (65) 6226 2463
Tel: (65) 6336 3307 Fax: (65) 6336 9353 Email: enquiry@cambridgeinstitute.edu.sg
Email: academy@at-sunrice.com cambridge_inst_mgt@yahoo.com.sg
Website: www.at-sunrice.com Website: www.cambridgeinstitute.edu.sg
Map: 5-A2 Map: 6-B2

Beacon School of Technology Cambridge School of Languages Pte Ltd


470 North Bridge Road 111 North Bridge Road

PRIVATE SCHOOLS
#02-10 North Bridge Commercial Complex S(188735) #26-04 Peninsula Plaza S(179098)
Tel: (65) 6225 0758 Fax: (65) 6337 1378 Tel: (65) 6336 4556 Fax: (65) 6336 4986
Email: lee@beacon.edu.sg Email: courses@cambridge.com.sg
Website: www.beacon.edu.sg Website: www.cambridge.com.sg
Map: 5-B1 Map: 5-A2

Bedok Commercial School Camford Business School Pte Ltd


Block 209 New Upper Changi Road 100A Eu Tong Sen Street
#03-639 S(460209) #06-02/03 Yangtze Building S(059813)
Tel: (65) 6241 4431 Fax: (65) 6242 0419 Tel: (65) 6323 7393 Fax: (65) 6323 5513
Email: enquiry@bedokschool.com Email: operations_sin@yahoo.com.sg
Map: 8-C1 Website: www.cesgroup.com.sg
Map: 6-A1
BMC Academy
Block 130 Jurong East Street 13 Cardiff Learning Centre Pte Ltd
#03-221 S(600130) 70 Palmer Road
Tel: (65) 6565 5655 Fax: (65) 6565 6703 #04-12 Palmer House S(079427)
Email: enquiry@bmc.edu.sg Tel: (65) 6220 8307 Fax: (65) 6220 8307
Website: www.bmc.edu.sg Email: info@cardiff.com.sg
Map: 1-C2 Website: www.cardiff.com.sg
Map: 6-B2
Boston Business Management School
Pte Ltd Cavalry School of Management and Design
Block 164 Bukit Merah Central 156 Cecil Street
#04-3657 S(150164) #09-01 Far Eastern Bank Building S(069544)
Tel: (65) 6278 0686 Fax: (65) 6278 0687 Tel: (65) 6887 4262/6224 6838 Fax: (65) 6887 4261
Email: kent@bbms.edu.sg Email: info@cidschool.com
Website: www.bbms.edu.sg Website: www.cidschool.com
Map: 2-C1 Map: 6-B2

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Chartered Institute of Technology Creative Learning Centre


133 Cecil Street 12 Prince Edward Road
#08-03 Keck Seng Tower S(069535) #06-01/02/03 Bestway Building Podium A S(079212)
Tel: (65) 6491 8989 Fax: (65) 6491 8980 Tel: (65) 6220 0175 Fax: (65) 6220 3893
Website: www.citech.edu.sg Email: enquiry@clcsg.com
Map: 6-B2 Website: www.clcsg.com/crobotics
Map: 6-B2
City Harvest Education Centre
NTUC Trade Union House CSM Academy International Pte Ltd
73 Bras Basah Road Level 7 S(189556) 78 Shenton Way
Tel: (65) 6511 6833 Fax: (65) 6511 6844 #01-04/06 S(079120)
Email: info@chec.edu.sg Tel: (65) 6296 2962 Fax: (65) 6224 8339
Website: www.chec.edu.sg Email: support@csmacademy.edu.sg
Map: 5-A1 Website: http://www.csmacademy.edu.sg
Map: 6-B2
Coleman College
277 Orchard Road Cut & Curl Professional & Academy Pte Ltd
#06-01 Specialists’ Shopping Centre S(238858) Block 209 New Upper Changi Road
Tel: (65) 6336 3462 Fax: (65) 6336 0929 #03-641 S(460209)
Email: colemancentre@pacific.net.sg Tel: (65) 6448 3541
info@colemancollege.com.sg Map: 8-C1
Website: www.colemancollege.com.sg
Map: 4-B1
Dennis Austin Language School
1 Fifth Avenue
Columbia Business School
#04-02 Guthrie House S(268802)
7 Maxwell Road
Tel: (65) 6462 4055 Fax: (65) 6462 4056
#04-02 MND Complex Annexe B S(069111)
PRIVATE SCHOOLS

Email: enquiries@dennisaustin.com
Tel: (65) 6226 2580 Fax: (65) 6225 4245
Website: http://www.dennisaustin.com
Email: info@cbs.edu.sg
Map: 3-A2
Website: www.cbs.edu.sg
Map: 6-B2
Dimensions Commercial School Pte Ltd
Continental Educators 15 Carpenter Street
3 Shenton Way Dimensions Education Building S(059904)
#03-03 Shenton House S(068805) Tel: (65) 6334 0600 Fax: (65) 6334 6066
Tel: (65) 6224 5225 Fax: (65) 6224 5885 Email: dimens@singnet.com.sg
Email: sixstar@starhub.net.sg Website: http://www.dimensions.edu.sg
Website: www.continentaleducators.com http://www.sipbowei.com
Map: 6-B2 Map: 6-B1

Cornerstone Training Centre Dimensions Language Centre (S) Pte Ltd


141 Victoria Street S(188063) 38 Carpenter Street S(059917)
Tel: (65) 6334 8087 Fax: (65) 6334 8045 Tel: (65) 6334 0600 Fax: (65) 6334 6066
Email: info@cornerstone.com.sg Email: dimens@singnet.com.sg
Website: www.cornerstone.com.sg Website: http://www.dimensions.edu.sg
Map: 5-A1 http://www.sipbowei.com
Map: 6-B1
Cosmoprof School of Beauty Therapy &
Make-Up Pte Ltd Evander Language School Pte Ltd
1 Selegie Road 420 North Bridge Road
#04-06 to #04-11 Paradiz Centre S(188306) #03-08 North Bridge Centre S(188727)
Tel: (65) 6339 3325 Fax: (65) 6339 2884 Tel: (65) 6338 8148 Fax: (65) 6338 8426
Email: academy@cosmoprof.com.sg Email: enquiries@evander.com.sg
Website: www.cosmoprof.com.sg Website: www.evander.com.sg
Map: 4-C1 Map: 5-B1

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Fig Learning Centre Growth Language Centre


Block 261 Waterloo Street Block 131 Jurong East Street 13
#01-24/#03-06 Waterloo Centre S(180261) #04-261/265 S(600131)
Tel: (65) 6344 8873/6338 7753 Fax: (65) 6336 1996 Tel: (65) 6567 0123 Fax: (65) 6561 0024
Email: contactus@figlearningcentre.com Email: Languages@stanfordedu.com.sg
Map: 5-A1 Website: http://www.stanfordedu.com.sg
Map: 1-C2
FIS Education Centre Pte Ltd
190 Middle Road Hanbridge Language School Pte Ltd
#17-01 Fortune Centre S(188979) 8 Shenton Way
Tel: (65) 6339 6707 Fax: (65) 6339 4873 #04-01/02 Temasek Tower S(068811)
Email: fis@singapore-fis.com Tel: (65) 6225 1578/6227 0157 Fax: (65) 6227 1478
Website: www.singapore-fis.com Email: contact@hanbridge.com
Map: 5-A1 Website: www.hanbridge.com
Map: 6-B2
Genesis School For Special Education
Pte Ltd
Harriet Business School
9/11 West Coast Road S(127296)
12 Prince Edward Road #06-01/02/03
Tel: (65) 6733 1172 Fax: (65) 6779 1892
Bestway Building Podium A S(079212)
Email: genschl@starhub.net.sg
Tel: (65) 6220 0175 Fax: (65) 6220 3893
Website: www.genesisschool.com.sg
Email: enquiry@harrietgroup.com
Map: 2-A2
Website: www.harrietgroup.com
Map: 6-B2
GEOS Language Centre
1 Scotts Road
#23-07 Shaw Centre S(228208) Harriet Teacher Training & Language School
Tel: (65) 6734 7556 Fax: (65) 6738 6819 12 Prince Edward Road #06-01/02/03
Bestway Building Podium A S(079212)

PRIVATE SCHOOLS
Email: geosing@pacific.net.sg
glcsingapore@pacific.net.sg Tel: (65) 6220 0175 Fax: (65) 6220 3893
Website: www.geosing.com.sg Email: enquiry@harrietgroup.com
Map: 4-B1 Website: www.harrietgroup.com
Map: 6-B2
Good Learning Educare Centre
Block 537 Bedok North Street 3 Hartford Institute Pte Ltd
#01-545 S(460537) 410 North Bridge Road
Tel: (65) 6444 5633 Cosmic Insurance Building S(188726)
Email: gleductr@singnet.com.sg Tel: (65) 6235 9223 Fax: (65) 6334 8213
Website: http://www.good-learning.com Email: programme@hartford-institute.edu.sg
Map: 8-C1 Website: www.hartford-institute.edu.sg
Map: 5-B1
Goro Language School
268 Orchard Road HEG Centre for Higher Education
#12-05 Yen San Building S(238856) 8 Shenton Way
Tel: (65) 6734 9190 Fax: (65) 6732 3922 #05-01/02 Temasek Tower S(068811)
Email: nagat@singnet.com.sg Tel: (65) 6336 4484 Fax: (65) 6324 0905
Website: http://web.singnet.com.sg/~nagat Email: enquiry@heg.edu.sg
Map: 4-B1 Website: www.heg.edu.sg
Map: 6-B2

Please log on to HEG Singapore Pte Ltd


8 Shenton Way
www.singaporeedu.gov.sg
#05-01/02 Temasek Tower S(068811)
for the latest school and Tel: (65) 6335 6484 Fax: (65) 6324 0905
Email: enquiry@heg.edu.sg
course information. Website: www.heg.edu.sg
Map: 6-B2

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Hemsdale Associates Pte Ltd Innova Education Centre


100 Beach Road 112 East Coast Road
#02-19 Shaw Tower S(189702) #04-50 Katong Mall S(428802)
Tel: (65) 6339 3889 Fax: (65) 6337 1183 Tel: (65) 6345 9528/9688 4088
Email: info@hemsdale.edu.sg Fax: (65) 6242 9617/6345 7295
Website: www.hemsdale.edu.sg Email: innova@innova-edu.com
Map: 5-B1 Website: http://www.innova-edu.com
Map: 8-B2
Hemsdale Management School Pte Ltd
100 Beach Road Inspiration Design International Pte Ltd
#02-19A Shaw Tower S(189702) 23 Middle Road
Tel: (65) 6339 3889 Fax: (65) 6337 1183 #01-01 S(188933)
Email: info@hemsdale.edu.sg Tel: (65) 6235 4345 Fax: (65) 6334 8583
Website: www.hemsdale.edu.sg Email: ids.school@indesign.com.sg
Map: 5-B1 Website: www.indesign.com.sg
Map: 5-B2
HMI Institute of Health Sciences (HMI-IHS) Inspiration Design School
363 Balestier Road S(329784) 23 Middle Road
Tel: (65) 6253 3818 Fax: (65) 6251 0530 #01-01 S(188933)
Email: info@hmi-ihs.com Tel: (65) 6235 4345 Fax: (65) 6334 8583
Website: www.hmi-ihs.com Email: ids@inspiration.sg
Map: 3-C2 Website: www.inspiration.sg
Map: 5-B2
Ibiso Creative Inspirational Learning
400 Orchard Road Institute of Technology
#08-02 Orchard Towers S(238875) 200 Middle Road
Tel: (65) 6759 8420/6887 3122 #06-01 Prime Centre S(188980)
PRIVATE SCHOOLS

Email: info@ibiso.com.sg Tel: (65) 6336 3878 Fax: (65) 6338 1078
Website: www.ibiso.com.sg Email: marketing@sit.edu.sg
Map: 4-A1 Website: www.sit.edu.sg
Map: 5-A1
IDY Learning Centre Pte Ltd
Block 809 French Road Insworld School Pte Ltd
#05-172 Kitchener Complex S(200809) 141 Cecil Street
Tel: (65) 6297 3638 Fax: (65) 6296 5068 #01-01 Tung Ann Association Building S(069541)
Email: info@idy.com.sg Tel: (65) 6732 1728 Fax: (65) 6734 6398
Website: www.idy.com.sg Email: enquiries@insworldsch.com
Map: Main G2 Website: www.insworldsch.com
Map: 6-B2
Imelda Unisex Hairstyling & Beauty Training Intense Animation Studio Pte Ltd
School 9 Shenton Way
101 Upper Cross Street
#04-07 S(068813)
#02-40/41/42 People’s Park Centre S(058357)
Tel: (65) 6327 8525 Fax: (65) 6327 4383
Tel: (65) 6534 4493 Fax: (65) 6532 5921
Email: info@intense-animation.com
Email: iuhbts@yahoo.com
Website: www.intense-animation.com
Website: www.imelda-trainingschool.com.sg
Map: 6-B2
Map: 6-B1
International Centre for Early Childhood
inlingua School of Languages, Singapore Education
41 Sunset Way 8 Shenton Way
#02-01/04 Clementi Arcade S(597071) #05-01/02 Temasek Tower S(068811)
Tel: (65) 6463 0966 Fax: (65) 6467 5483 Tel: (65) 6334 2252 Fax: (65) 6324 0905
Email: courses@inlinguaSingapore.com Email: enquiry@icec.edu.sg
Website: www.inlinguaSingapore.com Website: www.icec.edu.sg
Map: Main D3 Map: 6-B2

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International Cuisine Association of Kingston International School


Singapore (ICAS) 12 Prince Edward Road
7 Upper Changi Road North S(507705) #02-08 Bestway Building Podium B S(079212)
Tel: (65) 6542 8851 Fax: (65) 6542 8853 Tel: (65) 6223 2738 Fax: (65) 6223 2268
Email: icas-prinsep@qala.com.sg Email: info@kingstonintlschool.edu.sg
Website: www.icas-prinsep-changi.com Website: www.kingstonintlschool.edu.sg
Map: Main J4 Map: 6-B2

Jamiyah Business School KLC School of Education


970 Geylang Road 587 Upper Serangoon Road S(534564)
#02-03 Tristar Complex S(423492) Tel: (65) 6858 9601 Fax: (65) 6282 5158
Tel: (65) 6478 0456 Fax: (65) 6478 0457 Email: enquiry@klc.edu.sg
Email: info@jbs.edu.sg Website: www.klc.edu.sg
Website: www.jbs.edu.sg Map: 7-C2
Map: 8-A1

JCU Singapore Pte Ltd KnowledgeWindow Asia Pacific


2 Bukit Merah Central 3 Anson Road
#03-01 Spring Singapore S(159835) 32nd Floor Springleaf Tower S(079909)
Tel: (65) 6377 6833 Fax: (65) 6272 5833 Tel: (65) 6236 1549 Fax: (65) 6438 8085
Email: ISC@jcu.edu.sg Email: info@kwap.edu.sg
Website: www.jcu.edu.sg Website: www.kwap.edu.sg
Map: 2-C1 Map: 6-B2

JE Computer & Education Centre Pte Ltd Learning Capital School of Early Childhood

PRIVATE SCHOOLS
Block 134 Jurong East Street 13 51 Bras Basah Road
#04-307L S(600134) #08-04A Plaza By The Park S(189554)
Tel: (65) 6565 9786/6560 5559 Fax: (65) 6563 3286 Tel: (65) 6336 8335 Fax: (65) 6336 3006
Email: jecom@jecomputer-school.com.sg Email: enquiries@learningcapital.com.sg
Website: www.jecomputer-school.com.sg Website: www.learningcapital.edu.sg
Map: 1-C2 Map: 5-A1

Kimage Hairdressing School Pte Ltd Lingo Language School Pte Ltd
109 North Bridge Road 22 Malacca Street
#05-01 Funan Digitalife Mall S(179097) #12-00 Royal Bros Building S(048980)
Tel: (65) 6883 2700 Fax: (65) 6339 0600 Tel: (65) 6438 3890 Fax: (65) 6536 1721
Email: enquiry@kimage.com.sg Map: 6-C1
Website: http://www.kimage.com.sg
Map: 5-A2
Lingo School of Business Pte Ltd
Kimarie Esthetics & Make-Up Pte Ltd 22 Malacca Street
112 Killiney Road S(239551) #12-00 Royal Bros Building S(048980)
Tel: (65) 6262 6161 Fax: (65) 6738 4902 Tel: (65) 6536 9964 Fax: (65) 6536 1721
Email: courseenquiry@kim-beauty.com Map: 6-C1
Website: www.kim-beauty.com
Map: 4-B2
Linguaphone Language Centre
176 Orchard Road
Kimarie Hair & Beauty Training Centre Pte Ltd #06-07 Centrepoint S(238843)
95 Tanjong Pagar Road S(088516) Tel: (65) 6235 1855 Fax: (65) 6737 9202
Tel: (65) 6222 4446 Fax: (65) 6222 4447 Email: contact@linguaphoneasia.com
Email: kimarie@pacific.net.sg Website: www.linguaphoneasia.com
Map: 6-B2 Map: 4-B1

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LP Language School N2P2 Professional Training Centre


1 Marine Parade Central 149 Rochor Road
Parkway Centre S(449408) #04-01 Fu Lu Shou Complex S(188425)
Tel: (65) 6346 7530 Fax: (65) 6346 7537 Tel: (65) 6333 5455 Fax: (65) 6219 2409
Email: contact@lp.edu.sg Email: enquiry@n2p2.com
Website: www.lp.edu.sg Website: www.n2p2.com
Map: 8-B2 Map: 5-B1

Marketing Institute of Singapore Nanyang International Film Art College


30 Prinsep Street 151 North Buona Vista Road
#01-02 NTUC Prinsep House S(188647) #02-28 Block B
Tel: (65) 6332 8550 Fax: (65) 6223 8785 Phase Z.Ro Technoprenenur Park S(139347)
Email: education@mis.edu.sg Tel: (65) 6779 2428 Fax: (65) 6779 2062
Website: www.mis.edu.sg Email: nyfilm_65@hotmail.com
Map: 5-A1 Website: www.nanyangfilm.edu.sg
Map: 2-A1

MIT School of Management Nanyang Learning House


1 Sophia Road 2A Jalan Ayer S(389141)
#03-40 Peace Centre S(228149) Tel: (65) 6742 5977 Fax: (65) 6742 8722
Tel: (65) 6336 7078 Fax: (65) 6336 7017 Email: lbw@lbw.com.sg
Email: principal@mit.edu.sg Website: www.NLH.com.sg
Map: 4-C1 Map: Main G2

MMI Business School Nanyang Yuwen School of Commerce Pte Ltd


400 Orchard Road 15 Philip Street
#24-10 Orchard Towers S(238875) #07-00 Tan Ean Kiam Building S(048694)
PRIVATE SCHOOLS

Tel: (65) 6235 4600 Fax: (65) 6235 3086 Tel: (65) 6337 5580 Fax: (65) 6732 9920
Email: mmtci@singnet.com.sg Email: educate@yuwen.edu.sg
Website: www.modern-montessori.com Website: www.yuwen.edu.sg
Map: 4-A1 Map: 6-B1

Modern Montessori Training Centre Novation Business School


400 Orchard Road 2 Havelock Road
#24-10 Orchard Towers S(238875) #03-13 to 15 Apollo Centre S(059763)
Tel: (65) 6235 4600 Fax: (65) 6235 3086 Tel: (65) 6327 6530/6327 6531 Fax: (65) 6533 2190
Email: mmtci@singnet.com.sg Email: novation@nba-edu.com
Website: www.modern-montessori.com Website: www.nba-edu.com
Map: 4-A1 Map: 6-B1

NOVO Professional Development Centre


Monash Business School Pte Ltd 3 Science Park Drive
Block 809 French Road #04-12 S(118223)
#06-158 S(200809) Tel: (65) 6777 9985
Tel: (65) 6298 8766 Fax: (65) 6294 1532 Fax: (65) 6777 3017/6778 4858
Email: boston@pacific.net.sg Email: LeongML@novoets.com.sg
Website: www.mbs.edu.sg Website: www.novoets.com
Map: Main G2 Map: 2-B2

MTC Asia Education Centre NYU Language Centre


165 Bukit Merah Central 1 Coleman Street
#04-3663 S(150165) #04-35 The Adelphi S(179803)
Tel: (65) 6278 6108 Fax: (65) 6278 6107 Tel: (65) 6338 3533 Fax: (65) 6338 4680
Email: admin@mtcAsiaEducation.com Email: admin@nyu-online.com
Website: http://www.mtcAsiaEducation.com Website: www.nyu-online.com
Map: 2-C1 Map: 5-A2

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Orient Education Centre Portman Management Centre


808 French Road 178 Clemenceau Avenue
#03-171 Kitchener Complex S(200808) #01-00 Haw Par Glass Tower S(239926)
Tel: (65) 6396 4654 Fax: (65) 6396 4845 Tel: (65) 6339 3988 Fax: (65) 6339 0762
Email: orientlangsch@yahoo.com Email: t.khoo@portman.edu.sg
Website: www.orient.com.sg Website: www.portman.edu.sg
Map: Main G2 Map: 4-C2

OSB Centre for Open Learning Process Educational Centre Pte Ltd
(OEG Education) 470 North Bridge Road
200 Middle Road #02-04 North Bridge Commercial Complex S(188735)
#05-02 Prime Centre S(188980)
Tel: (65) 6336 3557 Fax: (65) 6336 0035
Tel: (65) 6339 2868/6339 0828 Fax: (65) 6339 0189
Email: info@process-edu.com
Email: study@oeg.edu.sg
Website: www.process-edu.com
Website: www.oeg.edu.sg
Map: 5-B1
Map: 5-A1

Oxford Business and Language School Proweb Learning Centre


111 North Bridge Road 673 Bukit Timah Road
#16-01 Peninsula Plaza S(179098) Hwa Chong Institution Boarding School S(269735)
Tel: (65) 6336 3566 Fax: (65) 6333 4838 Tel: (65) 6463 5160 Fax: (65) 6463 5161
Email: info@oxford.edu.sg Email: proweb@singnet.com.sg
Website: http://www.oxford.edu.sg Website: http://proweb.dyns.net
Map: 5-A2 Map: 3-A2

Pacific UniCollege & Pacific UniCampus Queensfield Business School


10 Anson Road 122 Middle Road
#05-20 International Plaza S(229540) #08-02 Midlink Plaza S(188973)

PRIVATE SCHOOLS
Tel: (65) 6423 9333 Fax: (65) 6423 0638 Tel: (65) 6337 1707 Fax: (65) 6337 1702
Email: corp@pacificunicampus.edu.sg Email: enquiry@queensfield.edu.sg
Website: www.pacificunicampus.edu.sg Website: www.queensfield.edu.sg
Map: 6-B2 Map: 5-B1

Perfect Image Beauty & Cosmetology Queensfield International Business School


Academy Pte Ltd Pte Ltd
100A Eu Tong Sen Street 122 Middle Road
#02-01 Yangtze Building S(059813) #08-02 Midlink Plaza S(188973)
Tel: (65) 6223 7073 Fax: (65) 6323 5513 Tel: (65) 6337 1707 Fax: (65) 6337 1702
Email: sporeperfectimage@yahoo.com.sg Email: enquiry@queensfield.edu.sg
enquiry@pibca.com
Website: www.queensfield.edu.sg
Website: www.pibca.com
Map: 5-B1
Map: 6-A1
Raffles Academy Pte Ltd
Pivot Point Cosmetology Training Centre
120 Oxley Rise
1 Tanjong Pagar Plaza
Imperial House S(238709)
#02-01A/B/C S(082001)
Tel: (65) 6533 9298 Fax: (65) 6225 2498 Tel: (65) 6339 3688 Fax: (65) 6337 8065
Email: enquiry@pivot-point.com.sg Email: aru@raffles-academy.edu.sg
Website: www.pivot-point.com.sg Website: www.raffles-academy.edu.sg
Map: 6-A2 Map: 4-C2

Portman Business School Raffles Campus Business School


178 Clemenceau Avenue 3 Anson Road
#01-00 Haw Par Glass Tower S(239926) #19-01 Springleaf Tower S(079909)
Tel: (65) 6339 3988 Fax: (65) 6339 0762 Tel: (65) 6536 6566 Fax: (65) 6536 6866
Email: t.khoo@portman.edu.sg Email: enquiries@rafflescampus.com
Website: www.portman.edu.sg Website: www.rafflescampus.com
Map: 4-C2 Map: 6-B2

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Rex Commercial School Serangoon Computer Training Centre


50 Ophir Road S(188690) 50 Ophir Road S(188690)
Tel: (65) 6299 1829 Fax: (65) 6299 1902 Tel: (65) 6299 1829 Fax: (65) 6299 1902
Email: admin@bradfordrex.com.sg Email: admin@bradfordrex.com.sg
Website: www.bradfordrex.com.sg Website: www.bradfordrex.com.sg
Map: 5-B1 Map: 5-B1

SAE Institute
SGP International Management Academy
260 Sims Avenue
(S) Pte Ltd
#02-01 S(387604)
106A Henderson Crescent S(151106)
Tel: (65) 6741 1257 Fax: (65) 6741 1279
Tel: (65) 6773 8792 Fax: (65) 6773 8796
Website: www.sae.edu
Email: info@sima.edu.sg
Map: 8-A1
Website: http://www.sima.edu.sg
Map: 2-C1
Sam Kiang School
1 Marine Parade Central
#12-05/07 Parkway Centre S(449408) SHINES Education Centre
Tel: (65) 6348 7137 Fax: (65) 6348 8957 2 Mistri Road
Email: admin@sks.edu.sg #01-02/#02-00 HMC Building S(079624)
Website: www.sic.com.sg Tel: (65) 6225 4733 Fax: (65) 6220 3018
Map: 8-B2 Email: info@shineseducation.com
Website: www.shineseducation.com
San Yu Adventist School Map: 6-B2
299 Thomson Road S(307652)
Tel: (65) 6256 6840/6256 6860 Fax: (65) 6256 6842
Shunji Matsuo Hair Academy
Email: sdas@pacific.net.sg
20 Bideford Road
PRIVATE SCHOOLS

info@syas.edu.sg
#06-01 Wellington Building S(229921)
Website: home1.pacific.net.sg/~sdas/
Tel: (65) 6238 0656 Fax: (65) 6735 5066
www.syas.edu.sg
Map: 4-B1
Map: 3-C2

School of Communication & Design Singapore College of Traditional Chinese


51 Anson Centre Medicine
#04-57 S(079904) 640 Lorong 4 Toa Payoh S(319522)
Tel: (65) 6324 2078 Fax: (65) 6224 0925 Tel: (65) 6250 3088 Fax: (65) 6356 9901
Email: global@cma-academy.biz Email: admin@singaporetcm.edu.sg
Website: www.cma-academy.biz Website: www.singaporetcm.com
Map: 6-B2 Map: 3-C2

School of Service Management


Singapore Commercial School
78 Shenton Way
40 Carlisle Road S(219605)
#01-04/06 S(079120)
Tel: (65) 6732 5077 Fax: (65) 6341 7107
Tel: (65) 6296 2962 Fax: (65) 6224 8339
Email: osac@pacific.net.sg
Email: support@csmacademy.edu.sg
Website: www.studyinsingapore.edu.sg
Website: http://www.csmacademy.edu.sg
Map: Main F3
Map: 6-B2

Scitech Language School Singapore Human Resources Institute


Block 265 Serangoon Central Drive 2 Serangoon Road
#03-267 S(550265) Level 6 Tekka Mall S(218227)
Tel: (65) 6289 2717 Fax: (65) 6289 3411 Tel: (65) 6438 0012 Fax: (65) 6299 4864
Email: paishih@singnet.com.sg Email: phyllis@shri.org.sg
Website: www.yunyang.com.sg Website: http://www.shri.org.sg
Map: 7-B2 Map: 4-C1

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Singapore Institute of Materials Management ST Education & Training Pte Ltd


20 Kallang Avenue 1 Maritime Square
3rd Floor Pico Creative Centre S(339411) #11-19 HarbourFront Centre S(099253)
Tel: (65) 6295 4427 Fax: (65) 6298 4012 Tel: (65) 6477 6688 Fax: (65) 6477 6677
Email: lynn_aw@simm.org.sg Email: admin@stet.com.sg
Website: www.simm.org.sg Website: www.stet.com.sg
Map: Main G2 Map: 2-C2

Singapore Institute of Science St. George’s Private School


593A Serangoon Road S(218207) Block 204 Hougang Street 21
Tel: (65) 6298 6420 Fax: (65) 6293 6824 #04-101 S(530204)
Email: enquiry@instituteofscience.com.sg Tel: (65) 6284 4185 Fax: (65) 6741 6583
Website: www.instituteofscience.com.sg Email: info@sie-stgeorges.edu.sg
Map: Main G3 Website: www.sie-stgeorges.edu.sg
Map: 7-C2
Singapore Raffles Music College
369 Tanjong Katong Road S(437126) Steven Tuition Centre (Rochor)
Tel: (65) 6342 0035 Fax: (65) 6345 7420 Block 921 Yishun Central 1
Email: rfmusic@singnet.com.sg #01-265 S(760921)
Website: www.sgraffles.com Tel: (65) 6755 5856 Fax: (65) 6755 5638
Map: 8-A2 Map: Main F6

Stirling School of Business


SMa School of Management
39 Stamford Road
100 Orchard Road
#02-11 Stamford House S(178885)
#04-100 Hotel Meridien S(238840)
Tel: (65) 6338 6844 Fax: (65) 6338 2327
Tel: (65) 6720 3333 Fax: (65) 6720 2222
Email: stirling@stirling.edu.sg

PRIVATE SCHOOLS
Email: sophiatan@sma.edu.sg
Website: www.stirling.edu.sg
Website: www.sma.edu.sg
Map: 5-A2
Map: 4-C1

Strategic Business Management School


Smart Learners Education Centre 22 Cavenagh/Orchard Road
Block 135 Jurong East Street 13 #01-08 Hotel Grand Central S(229617)
#04-357 S(600135) Tel: (65) 6733 0079 Fax: (65) 6733 2050
Tel: (65) 6567 9078 Fax: (65) 6567 9927 Email: atan@strategicbdev.com
Email: smartlearners@yahoo.com Website: www.grandcentral.com.sg/sbms
Website: www.smartlearners.edu.sg www.strategicbizschool.com
Map: 1-C2 Map: 4-C1

SMDC Business School System Computer & Commercial Training


420 North Bridge Road Pte Ltd
#02-20 North Bridge Centre S(188727) 1 Sophia Road
Tel: (65) 6332 7878 Fax: (65) 6332 7879 #02-16, #05-25 Peace Centre S(228149)
Email: m.mani@smdc.edu.sg Tel: (65) 6332 5682 Fax: (65) 6338 8981
info@smdc.edu.sg Email: systemco@syscom.edu.sg
Website: www.smdc.edu.sg Website: www.syscom.edu.sg
Map: 5-B1 Map: 5-A1

Spring Language School Systematic Commercial Training Centre


Block 512 Bishan Street 13 7 Maxwell Road
#03-526 S(570512) #05-08 MND Complex Annexe B S(069111)
Tel: (65) 6358 1068 Fax: (65) 6358 1069 Tel: (65) 6337 4422 Fax: (65) 6336 9425
Email: supervisor@spring.edu.sg Email: enquiries@systematic.com.sg
Website: www.spring.edu.sg Website: www.systematic.com.sg
Map: 3-C1 Map: 6-B2

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T.E.D. Huaxia Institute The Barclyne Business School


141 Victoria Street S(188063) 10 Anson Road
Tel: (65) 6837 0876 Fax: (65) 6837 0875 #31-06 International Plaza S(079903)
Email: school@huaxia.edu.sg Tel: (65) 6225 8977/6372 1157/9380 1048
Website: www.huaxia.edu.sg Fax: (65) 6224 8029
Map: 5-B1 Email: admin@barclyne.com
Website: www.barclyne.com
Map: 6-B2
T.E.D. Human Resource Development Centre
141 Victoria Street S(188063)
Tel: (65) 6837 0876 Fax: (65) 6837 0875 The Restaurant Association of Singapore
Email: school@huaxia.edu.sg 30 Prinsep Street
Website: www.huaxia.edu.sg #01-01 NTUC Income Prinsep House S(188647)
Map: 5-A1 Tel: (65) 6338 3774 Fax: (65) 6339 0903
Email: rachel@restaurantassn.com
deborah@restaurantassn.com
Tah Li Electronic Pte School Website: www.restaurantassn.com
Block 123 Bukit Merah Lane 1 Map: 5-A1
#04-70 S(150123)
Tel: (65) 6274 8488 Fax: (65) 6272 9661
The TESOL Training Centre
Email: tahli@singnet.com.sg
70 Palmer Road
Website: www.tahli.edu.sg
#04-01/02/03/04 Palmer House S(079427)
Map: 2-B1
Tel: (65) 6285 5015 Fax: (65) 6285 5413
Email: Irmgt@pacific.net.sg
Tamaris Hairdressing & Beauty School (1987) Website: www.teachtesol.org
11 Stamford Road Map: 6-B2
#01-11 Capitol Building S(178884)
Tel: (65) 6339 7818 Fax: (65) 6339 7818
PRIVATE SCHOOLS

The Turning Point Business School


Email: tamaris@pacific.net.sg 12 Prince Edward Road
Website: www.tamaris.com.sg #06-07 Podium B Bestway Building S(079212)
Map: 5-A2 Tel: (65) 6222 5280 Fax: (65) 6222 5275
Email: raymon@logis.com.sg
TC Education Centre Website: www.turningpoint.edu.sg
170 Upper Bukit Timah Road Map: 6-B2
#05-32/33/50 Bukit Timah Shopping Centre S(588179)
Tel: (65) 6469 0417 Fax: (65) 6469 1371 The Young Prodigy Language School
Email: tccentre@pacific.net.sg 500 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh
Website: www.tccentre.com #04-42 HDB Hub S(310500)
Map: Main D3 Tel: (65) 6253 2393 Fax: (65) 6253 0717
Email: yplsch@singnet.com.sg
TCM Professional Centre Map: 3-C1
6/8 Trengganu Street
#02-00 S(058460) Times Educational Services Pte Ltd
Tel: (65) 6224 8183 Fax: (65) 6224 8817 11 Unity Street
Email: info@tcmprofessional.com #02-14/15 Robertson Walk S(237995)
Website: www.tcmprofessional.com Tel: (65) 6835 0355 Fax: (65) 6835 0955
Map: 6-B1 Email: tes@tpl.com.sg
Website: www.tes.edu.sg
Map: 4-C2
TeleLingua Educational Centre Pte Ltd
1 Tanglin Road #04-01
Orchard Parade Hotel (Office Podium) S(247905) Toni & Guy Singapore Pte Ltd
Tel: (65) 6336 0991 Fax: (65) 6336 1876 470 North Bridge Road #04-02
Email: telelin@pacific.net.sg North Bridge Commercial Complex S(188735)
Website: www.telelin.com Tel: (65) 6339 9905 Fax: (65) 6557 0786
Map: 4-A2 Map: 5-B1

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Top Image Hair & Beaute Training Centre Wall Street Education Centre
Block 710A Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8 18 Cross Street
#02-2627 S(561710) #02-06 China Square Central S(048423)
Tel: (65) 6455 6178/6456 9016 Fax: (65) 6456 9016 Tel: (65) 6236 2760 Fax: (65) 6327 8826
Email: topimage@singnet.com.sg Email: mail@wsi.com.sg
Website: www.topimage.com.sg Website: www.wsi.com.sg
Map: 7-A1 Map: 6-B1

Trusthouse Centre For Travel & Tourism Washington Commercial And Language
Studies School
40C Carpenter Street S(059919) 1 Marine Parade Central
Tel: (65) 6334 0600 Fax: (65) 6334 6066 #02-04 Parkway Centre S(449408)
Email: dimens@singnet.com.sg Tel: (65) 6346 5321 Fax: (65) 6440 8484
Website: http://www.dimensions.edu.sg Email: info@washingtongroup.edu.sg
http://www.sipbowei.com Map: 8-B2
Map: 6-B1

Turning Point Academy Pte Ltd Washington Computer School


Block 1 Rochor Centre 1 Marine Parade Central
#01-564 S(180001) #02-04 Parkway Centre S(449408)
Tel: (65) 6398 0036 Fax: (65) 6398 0373 Tel: (65) 6346 6977 Fax: (65) 6440 8484
Email: Turningpoint@pacific.net.sg Email: info@washingtongroup.edu.sg
Website: www.turningpointacademy.com.sg Map: 8-B2
Map: 5-B1
Wellington Language School
Tyndale Business School 230 Orchard Road
33 Middle Road #11-230 Faber House S(238854)

PRIVATE SCHOOLS
#01-01 S(188942) Tel: (65) 6836 3456 Fax: (65) 6836 1269
Tel: (65) 6334 0617 Fax: (65) 6336 8658 Email: enquiry@wls.edu.sg
Email: tyndale@singnet.com.sg Website: http://www.wls.edu.sg
Website: www.tyndale.com.sg Map: 4-B1
Map: 5-B1
West Business School Holdings Pte Ltd
Tyndale Electronics School 1 Sophia Road
33 Middle Road
#05-11 Peace Centre S(228149)
#01-01 S(188942)
Tel: (65) 6339 2122 Fax: (65) 6339 6882
Tel: (65) 6334 0629 Fax: (65) 6336 8658
Email: wbs@west.edu.sg
Email: tyndale@tyndale.com.sg
Website: www.west.edu.sg
Website: www.tyndale.com.sg
Map: 5-A1
Map: 5-B1

Tyndale Language Centre Wilcare School of Healthcare Management


33 Middle Road Block 118 Aljunied Avenue 2
#01-01 S(188942) #07-102 S(380118)
Tel: (65) 6334 0629 Fax: (65) 6336 8658 Tel: (65) 6746 4074/9746 4890 Fax: (65) 6554 4845
Email: tyndale@singnet.com.sg Email: stephani@singnet.com.sg
Website: www.tyndale.com.sg Website: www.wilcare.net
Map: 5-B1 Map: 8-A1

Uptrend Business School YMCA Education Centre


701A Yishun Avenue 5 1 Orchard Road
#03-02 S(761701) Level 2 S(238824)
Tel: (65) 6753 1008 Fax: (65) 6752 8974 Tel: (65) 6430 2222 Fax: (65) 6336 0064
Email: enquiries@uptrend.com.sg Email: eductr@ymca.org.sg
Website: www.uptrend.com.sg Website: www.ymca.edu.sg
Map: Main F6 Map: 4-C1

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Zesprion Language Centre


529 Balestier Road
#02-02 S(329856)
Tel: (65) 6255 2352 Fax: (65) 6256 0370
Email: zesprion@pacific.net.sg
Website: www.zesprion.com
Map: 3-C2

Zhicheng Private School


500 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh
#04-40/41 S(310500)
Tel: (65) 6258 8287 Fax: (65) 6258 8207
Email: school@zhicheng.com.sg
Website: www.zhicheng.com.sg
Map: 3-C1
PRIVATE SCHOOLS

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Uptrend Business School

Yishun Junior College


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Chua Chu Kang

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School (Elementary) - Raffles Institute
- Raffles Junior College
Bishan 1
Hollandse Canadian International
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MacRitchie Reservoir
Swiss School
German European Asher
School Singapore - PSB Academy
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Ghaut YMCA
Chicago GSB Education Centre
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English School (OEG Education) - Serangoon Computer Training Centre
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Hairstyling & Beauty - Dimensions Commercial School Pte Ltd
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178 FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

• Higher Diploma in Accounting and Finance 201


ACCOUNTING, FINANCIAL SERVICES
• Higher Diploma in Marketing Management 201
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE • ACCA Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) 201
COURSES • Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) 201
(Universities) • Diploma for Graduates in Accounting 201
• Doctor of Philosophy 196 • Diploma for Graduates in Banking 201
• Master of Science (Specialisation) • Diploma for Graduates in Finance 202
(Nanyang Business School) 196 • Diploma in Accounting 202
• Master of Science in Applied Finance 196 • Diploma in Accounting and Finance 202
• Master of Science in Financial Engineering 196 • Diploma in Business 202
• Master of Science in Wealth Management 196 • Diploma in Computerised Accounting 202
• Nanyang MSc (with a specialisation) 196 • Diploma in Taxation 202
• The Nanyang MBA 196 • Higher National Diploma in Accounting 202
• Bachelor of Accountancy 196 • ICPAS Diploma in Professional Accounting 202
• Bachelor of Business Management 197 • International Advanced Diploma in Accounting 202
• Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) 197 • International Diploma in Accounting 202
• Bachelor of Commerce (Finance) 197 • LCCI Diploma in Accounting 202
• LCCI Diploma in Accounting / Costing 203
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE • Raffles Diploma in Commerce 203
COURSES
(Private Schools) POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND
• CPA MBA 197 OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES
• Master of Accounting 197 (Polytechnics & Technical Institutes)
• Master of Business Administration 197 • Diploma in Accountancy 203
• Master of Science in Management 197 • Diploma in Accounting and Finance 203
• MBA (Finance) 198 • Diploma in Banking & Financial Services 203
• Specialist Master in Business Administration
in Finance 198 CERTIFICATE & OTHER COURSES
• Association of Chartered Certified Accountants 198 (Private Schools)
• Bachelor of Accountancy 198 • Higher NITEC in Accounting 203
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Accounting & Finance 198 • LCCI (Accounting) 203
• Bachelor of Arts in Accounting 198 • ACCA Professional Scheme 204
• Bachelor of Business 198 • Association of Chartered Certified Accountants
• Bachelor of Commerce 198 (ACCA) 204
• Bachelor of Financial Administration 198 • AUSMAT (Australian Yr 11 & 12) 204
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Accounting • Certified Accounting Technician 204
& Finance 198 • Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) 204
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Accounting • CIMA 204
and Finance 199
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Banking & Finance 199 AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE,
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Finance 199
LANDSCAPE
INDEX OF COURSES

• Bachelor of Science in Accounting & Finance 199


• Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance 199
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND
• Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Law 200
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES
• Bachelor of Science in Accounting with Law 200
(Polytechnics & Technical Institutes)
• Bachelor of Science in Banking & Finance 200
• Diploma in Horticulture & Landscape
• Bachelor of Science in Banking and Finance 200
Management 204
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES ARCHITECTURE
(Private Schools)
• ACCA Professional Scheme 200 POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE
• CITECH Postgraduate Diploma in COURSES
Financial Services 201 (Universities)
• Diploma in Accounting and Finance 201 • Doctor of Philosophy in School of Design &
• Diploma in Accounting with Law 201 Environment (By Research) 204
• Diploma in Banking and Finance 201 • Master of Architecture (By Coursework) 205
• Advanced Diploma in Accounting 201 • Master of Arts (Architecture) (By Research) 205
• BTEC Higher National Diploma (Business) 201 • Master of Arts (Urban Design) (By Coursework) 205

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• Master of Philosophy in Industrial Design • Diploma in Consumer Science and Technology 208
(By Research) 205 • Diploma in Materials Science 208
• Master of Science (Building) (By Research) 205 • Diploma in Pharmaceutical Sciences 208
• Master of Science in Building (By Research) 205
• Master of Science in Building Science BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT,
(By Coursework) 205
• Master of Science in Construction Law &
ECONOMICS
Arbitration (By Coursework) 205 POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE
• Master of Science in Project Management COURSES
(By Coursework) 205 (Universities)
• Bachelor of Arts (Architecture) (Hons) 205 • Doctor of Philosophy (Nanyang Business School) 208
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Economics
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE (By Research) 208
COURSES • Doctor of Philosophy in Management 208
(Private Schools) • Master of Science / Doctor of Philosophy
• Bachelor of Arts in Interior Architecture 205 (Business School) 208
• Asia-Pacific Executive MBA (APEX-MBA)
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND (Chinese) 208
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES • Asia-Pacific Executive MBA (APEX-MBA) (English) 208
(Private Schools) • ESSEC MBA 209
• Advanced Diploma in Architecture 206 • Executive Master of Business Administration 209
• Executive MBA 209
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND • GMBA 209
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES • International Master of Business Administration 209
(Polytechnics & Technical Institutes) • Master of Business Administration 209
• Diploma in Architecture 206 • Master of Business Administration
(Nanyang Fellows) 209
BIOSCIENCES, BIOTECHNOLOGY • Master of Management in Hospitality
Management 209
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE • Master of Public Administration 210
COURSES • Master of Science (Specialisation)
(Universities) (Nanyang Business School) 210
• Doctor in Philosophy 206 • Master of Science in Managerial Economics 210
• Doctor of Philosophy • Master of Social Science (Applied Economics)
(School of Biological Sciences) 206 (By Coursework) 210
• Master of Science • Master of Social Science (Economics)
(School of Biological Sciences) 206 (By Research) 210
• Bachelor of Engineering (Bioengineering) 206 • Master of Social Science in Economics
• Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical and (By Coursework) 210
Biomolecular Engineering) 206 • MS Strategy and Management of International
• Bachelor of Medicine (Chinese Medicine) 206 Business 210
INDEX OF COURSES

• Bachelor of Science (Biological Sciences) (Hons) 206 • Nanyang MSc (with a specialisation) 210
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) • The Nanyang MBA 210
(Biomedical Sciences) 207 • UCLA-NUS Executive Master of Business
Administration 210
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND • Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Economics 210
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES • Bachelor of Business 211
(Polytechnics & Technical Institutes) • Bachelor of Business Administration 211
• Specialist Diploma in Infection Control 207 • Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons) 211
• Specialist Diploma in Molecular Biotechnology 207 • Bachelor of Business Management 211
• Diploma in Applied Food Science and Nutrition 207 • Bachelor of Commerce (Services Marketing
• Diploma in Biomedical Engineering 207 & Management) 211
• Diploma in Biomedical Informatics and • Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of
Engineering 207 Engineering 211
• Diploma in Biomedical Sciences 207 • Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of
• Diploma in Biotechnology 207 International Studies 211
• Diploma in Biotechnology & Medical Technology 208 • Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Media 211
• Diploma in Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering 208 • Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Science 212
• Diploma in Chemical Engineering 208 • Bachelor of Science in Economics 212

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POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE • Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in International


COURSES Business Management 218
(Private Schools) • Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Marketing
• Doctor of Business Administration 212 Communication 218
• Doctor of Business Administration in • Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Marketing
Strategic Focus 212 Management 218
• Professional Doctorate 212 • Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration 218
• Executive Master of Science in Marketing 212 • Bachelor of Arts in Business Information
• Executive MBA in International Management 212 Management 218
• Master in Business Administration 212 • Bachelor of Arts in Business Management 218
• Master in Business Administration (General) 213 • Bachelor of Arts in Business Management
• Master in Business Administration (International Human Resource Management) 218
(International Business) 213 • Bachelor of Arts in Business Management
• Master in Business Administration in (International Marketing) 218
Healthcare Management 213 • Bachelor of Business 218
• Master in International Business 213 • Bachelor of Business (Management &
• Master of Arts in Customer Service Marketing) 219
Management 213 • Bachelor of Business Administration 219
• Master of Arts in Educational Leadership • Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) 220
Management 213 • Bachelor of Business Administration
• Master of Arts in Global Financial Management 213 (Major in Marketing, Logistics, IT,
• Master of Arts in Human Resource Management 213 Entrepreneurial Management) 220
• Master of Arts in International Relations in • Bachelor of Business and Commerce 220
Economy and Trade 213 • Bachelor of Business in Economics and Finance 220
• Master of Arts in Marketing 213 • Bachelor of Business in Management 220
• Master of Arts in Total Quality Management 213 • Bachelor of Business in Marketing 220
• Master of Business 214 • Bachelor of Commerce 220
• Master of Business Administration 214 • Bachelor of Commerce (Banking and
• Master of Business Administration (Full Time) 215 Management) 220
• Master of Business Administration • Bachelor of Commerce (Finance &
(General Management) 216 Financial Accounting) 221
• Master of Business Administration • Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing,
(International Business) 216 Management, Professional Accounting or
• Master of Business Administration (MBA) 216 HR Management 221
• Master of Environment and Business • Bachelor of Information Systems 221
Management 216 • Bachelor of Management 221
• Master of Marketing 216 • Bachelor of Management in Logistics and
• Master of Science in Management 216 Supply Chain Management 221
• Master of Science in Marketing 216 • Bachelor of Science 221
• MBA (Entrepreneurial Management) 216 • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Business 221
• MBA (Entrepreneurship and Business Venturing) 216 • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Business &
• Specialist Master in Business Administration Management Studies (General) 221
INDEX OF COURSES

in Marketing 216 • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Business


• Specialist Master in Business Administration Administration (Marketing) 221
in Public Administration 217 • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Business
• Specialist Master in Business Administration Information Systems 222
in Strategic Planning 217 • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Economics 222
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Accountancy Studies 217 • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Economics
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Business & Management 222
Administration 217 • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Economics
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Business and Management 222
Administration / Marketing 217 • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Information
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Business Systems and Management 222
Management 217 • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Law with
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Business Studies 217 Management 222
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Business Studies • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Management 222
- Final Year 218 • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Management
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Business Studies with Law 222
(International Business) 218 • Bachelor of Science in Accounting & Finance 223

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• Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance 223 • Higher Diploma in Marketing Communication 231
• Bachelor of Science in Accounting with Law 223 • BTEC Higher National Diploma in Business
• Bachelor of Science in Banking & Finance 223 & Management 231
• Bachelor of Science in Business 223 • Cambridge International Diploma in Business 231
• Bachelor of Science in Business Administration 224 • Cambridge International Diploma in
• Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Project Management 231
(International Business) 225 • CITECH Diploma in Marketing & Technology 231
• Bachelor of Science in Business and • Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Logistics 231
Management, Economics 225 • Diploma for Graduates in Economics 231
• Bachelor of Science in Business Studies 225 • Diploma for Graduates in Management 232
• Bachelor of Science in Economics 225 • Diploma in Banking and Finance 232
• Bachelor of Science in Economics & • Diploma in Business 232
Management 225 • Diploma in Business Admin 232
• Bachelor of Science in Economics and • Diploma in Business Administration 232
Management 225 • Diploma in Business Administration
• Bachelor of Science in Law with Management 226 (Accounting & Finance, HRM, Marketing,
• Bachelor of Science in Management 226 Management) 233
• Bachelor of Science in Management & • Diploma in Business Information Systems 233
Economic 227 • Diploma in Business Management 233
• Bachelor of Science in Marketing 227 • Diploma in Business Studies 233
• Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and • Diploma in Economics 233
Economics 228 • Diploma in Economics with English 234
• Bachelor of Science of Management 228 • Diploma in Entrepreneurship 234
• BBA (Entrepreneurial Management) 228 • Diploma in Fashion Merchandising & Marketing 234
• BSc in Business Studies (Concentration in • Diploma in Hospitality Management 234
Business Admin or IT) 228 • Diploma in International Business 234
• Degree in Business Administration 228 • Diploma in Investment 234
• Diploma in Management 234
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND • Diploma in Management Studies 235
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES • Diploma in Marketing Communication 235
(Private Schools) • Diploma in Marketing Management 235
• CITECH Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing • Diploma in Service Management 235
& Technology 228 • Diploma in Travel & Tourism Management 235
• Diploma in Business 228 • Diploma in Travel, Tourism & Hospitality 235
• Diploma in Economics 228 • Diploma of Business Administration 235
• Diploma in Economics and Management 228 • Diploma of Financial Services 235
• Diploma in Management 228 • Diploma of Higher Education in Marketing /
• Diploma in Management with Law 229 Management / HRM / Corporate Communication 235
• Graduate Diploma in Entrepreneurial • Graduate Diploma in Management 235
Management 229 • International Advanced Diploma in Business
• Graduate Diploma in Management 229 Administration 236
• Graduate Diploma in Marketing 229 • International Diploma in Business Administration 236
INDEX OF COURSES

• Advanced Diploma in Business 229 • International Diploma in Hospitality and


• Advanced Diploma in Business Administration 229 Tourism Management 236
• Advanced Diploma in Fashion Marketing • LCCI Diploma in Accounting / Costing 236
and Management 230 • LCCI Diploma in Business Administration 236
• Advanced Diploma in Management 230 • LCCI Diploma in Business Management 236
• Advanced Diploma of Business 230 • LCCI Diploma in Marketing 236
• BTEC Higher National Diploma in Business • TMI Diploma Programme
and Management 230 (Business Administration) 236
• BTEC HND in Business and Finance 230 • Triple Diploma in DBA, PSD and
• Cambridge Career Awards in Business Computerised Accounting 236
(Advanced Diploma) 230
• Higher Diploma in Business 230 POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND
• Higher Diploma in Business Administration 230 OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES
• Higher Diploma in Business Studies 230 (Polytechnics & Technical Institutes)
• Higher Diploma in Entrepreneurship 231 • Specialist Diploma in Franchise Management 237
• Higher Diploma in International Trade 231 • Specialist Diploma in Logistics Management 237
• Higher Diploma in Logistics Management 231 • Diploma in Accountancy & Finance 237

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• Diploma in Banking & Financial Services 237 POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND
• Diploma in Business 237 OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES
• Diploma in Business Administration 237 (Private Schools)
• Diploma in Business Informatics 237 • Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing 240
• Diploma in Business Management 237 • Advanced Diploma in Mass Communication 240
• Diploma in Business Studies 237 • Advanced Diploma in Mass Media 240
• Diploma in Law and Management 237 • Higher Diploma in Mass Communication 240
• Diploma in Logistics and Operations • Advanced Diploma in Mass Communication 240
Management 237 • Diploma in Mass Communication 240
• Diploma in Marketing 237 • International Advanced Diploma in Gaming
• Diploma in Media Studies & Management 238 and Animation Technology 240
• Diploma in Retail Management 238 • International Advanced Diploma in Hospitality
• Diploma in Sport and Wellness Management 238 and Tourism Management 241
• International Advanced Diploma in Mass
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND Communication 241
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES • International Diploma in Mass Communication 241
(International (Foreign System and MOE • Professional Diploma in Advertising & Design
Privately-Funded Schools)) (Including 6 months Communication English) 241
• Diploma in Business Management 238 • Professional Diploma in Marketing 241

CERTIFICATE & OTHER COURSES POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND


(Private Schools) OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES
• Certificate in Business Management 238 (Polytechnics & Technical Institutes)
• IGCSE 238 • Diploma in Communications and Media
Management 241
COMMUNICATIONS INCLUDING PR, • Diploma in Creative Media Design 241
• Diploma in Mass Communication 241
ADVERTISING • Diploma in Media and Communication 241
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE • Diploma in Visual Communication 241
COURSES
(Universities) COMPUTING AND IT
• Doctor of Philosophy (School of
Communication and Information) 238 POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE
• Doctor of Philosophy in Communications COURSES
and New Media Programme (By Research) 238 (Universities)
• Master of Applied Science • Doctor in Philosophy 242
(School of Communication and Information) 238 • Doctor of Philosophy 242
• Master of Communication Studies 238 • Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering 242
• Master of Mass Communication 238 • Doctor of Philosophy in School of Computing
• Master of Science in Information Studies 239 (By Research) 242
• Master of Social Science (Communications • Master of Computing (By Coursework) 242
INDEX OF COURSES

and New Media) (By Research) 239 • Master of Computing (By Research) 242
• Bachelor of Communication Studies with Hons 239 • Master of Engineering 242
• Bachelor of Media (Digital Media) 239 • Master of Technology in Software Engineering /
• Bachelor of Media / Bachlor of Science 239 Knowledge Engineering 242
• Nanyang MSc (with a specialisation) 242
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE • The Nanyang MBA 242
COURSES • Bachelor of Computing 242
(Private Schools) • Bachelor of Computing
• Master of Arts in Global Media 239 (Communications and Media) (Hons) 243
• Bachelor of Arts (Communication) 239 • Bachelor of Computing (Computer Science)
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Media & Advertising 239 (Hons) 243
• Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) 239 • Bachelor of Computing (Computing Engineering)
• Bachelor of Arts in Communication 239 (Hons) 243
• Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications 240 • Bachelor of Computing (E-Commerce) (Hons) 243
• Bachelor of Business 240 • Bachelor of Computing (Information Systems)
• Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations (Hons) 243
& Journalism) 240 • Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Engineering) 243
• Bachelor of Multimedia Studies 240 • Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Science) 243

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• Bachelor of Science (Advanced) in • Bachelor of Science in Communication &


Computer Science 243 Information Technology 247
• Bachelor of Science in Information Systems • Bachelor of Science in Computing 247
Management 243 • Bachelor of Science in Computing (IS) 247
• Bachelor of Science in Computing and
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE Information Systems 247
COURSES • Bachelor of Science in Information Systems
(Private Schools) & Management 247
• Master in Business Administration in • Bachelor of Science in Information Systems
E-Commerce Management 244 and Management 247
• Master of Business System 244 • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology 248
• Master of Information Technology 244 • BEng Computer Systems & Communication
• Master of Science in E-Technology for Business 244 Engineering 248
• Master of Science in Information Technology 244 • BSc (Hons) in Computing 248
• Bachelor of Applied Information Technology
(Business IT / Information Systems / POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND
Multi Media) 244 OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES
• Bachelor of Applied Science (Private Schools)
(Information Technology) 244 • Diploma in Information Systems and
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Information Management 248
Technology 245 • Postgraduate Diploma in Strategic Business IT 248
• Bachelor of Arts in Business Information • Advanced Diploma in Computer Studies 248
Management 245 • Advanced Diploma in Computing 248
• Bachelor of Business (Computing) 245 • Advanced Diploma in Computing and
• Bachelor of Commerce (Information Technology) 245 Software Engineering 249
• Bachelor of Computer Science • Advanced Diploma in Information Technology 249
(Digital Systems Security) 245 • BTEC HND in Computing (BIT) 249
• Bachelor of Engineering / Bachelor of • BTEC HND in Computing (SE) 249
Science / Bachelor of Arts 245 • Higher Diploma in Business Information
• Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology 249
Technology (e-Logistics) 245 • Higher Diploma in Computer & Information
• Bachelor of Information Technology 245 Management 249
• Bachelor of Information Technology Systems 245 • Higher Diploma in Computer Networking
• Bachelor of IT / Computing 245 & Software Applications 249
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) Computer Studies 246 • Higher Diploma in Computer Science 249
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Business • Higher Diploma in Computing and
Computing and Information Technology 246 Applications 249
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Business • Higher Diploma in Information Technology 249
Information Technology 246 • Higher Diploma in Internet Computing 250
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Computer • NCC Advanced Diploma in Computer Studies 250
Games Technology 246 • BTEC Higher National Diploma in Computing,
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Business Information Technology 250
INDEX OF COURSES

Computer Science 246 • CITECH Diploma in E-media 250


• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Computer • CITECH Diploma in Information Technology 250
Systems Engineering 246 • Diploma for Graduates in Information Systems 250
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Computing • Diploma in Business Information Systems 250
& Information System 246 • Diploma in Business Information Technology 250
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Computing • Diploma in Computer Games Technology 250
and Information 246 • Diploma in Computer Science 250
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Computing • Diploma in Computer Studies 250
and Information Systems 246 • Diploma in Computing & Information Systems 251
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Computing • Diploma in Computing and Software
and Software Engineering 246 Engineering 251
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Information • Diploma in Information Systems 251
Systems 246 • Diploma in Information Technology 251
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Information • Diploma in Robotics Training 251
Systems & Software Engineering 247 • International Advanced Diploma in
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Information Business Computing 251
Systems and Management 247 • International Advanced Diploma in Computing 251

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• International Advanced Diploma in • Diploma in Culinary Skills 255


Info-Comm Technology 252 • Diploma in Pastry and Baking 255
• International Advanced Diploma in • Private & Personal Chef Diploma 255
Information Technology 252
• International Advanced Diploma in Networks POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND
and Cybersecurity 252 OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES
• International Diploma in Business Computing 252 (Polytechnics & Technical Institutes)
• International Diploma in Computing 252 • Diploma in Culinary & Catering Management 255
• International Diploma in Computing
Engineering 252 CERTIFICATE & OTHER COURSES
• International Diploma in Gaming and (Private Schools)
Animation Technology 252 • Culinary Skills (Western) 256
• International Diploma in Networks and • Food & Beverage Operations 256
Cybersecurity 252 • NITEC in Culinary Skills 256
• LCCI Diploma in Information Technology 252
• NCC International Diploma in
Computer Studies 252
EDUCATION
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND COURSES
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES (Universities)
(Polytechnics & Technical Institutes) • Bachelor of Arts (Education)
• Advanced Diploma in Computer and (Chinese Language Specialisation) 256
Communication Systems 252 • Bachelor of Arts (Education) (General) 256
• Specialist Diploma in Data Communications • Bachelor of Arts (Education)
& Networking 253 (Malay Language Specialisation) 256
• Diploma in Business Applications 253 • Bachelor of Science (Education) (General) 256
• Diploma in Business Computing 253 • Bachelor of Science (Education) (Physical
• Diploma in Business Informatics 253 Education & Sports Science Specialisation) 256
• Diploma in Business Information Technology 253
• Diploma in Computer & Network Technology 253 POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE
• Diploma in Cyber & Digital Security 253 COURSES
• Diploma in Digital Entertainment Technology 253 (Private Schools)
• Diploma in Electrical & Computer Control • Bachelor of Arts (TESOL) 257
Engineering 253 • Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood (ED-46) 257
• Diploma in Engineering Informatics 253 • Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education 257
• Diploma in Financial Business Informatics 254
• Diploma in Game & Entertainment Technology 254 POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND
• Diploma in Information Technology 254 OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES
• Diploma in Information Technology (Universities)
(Mobile Computing) 254 • Postgraduate Diploma in Education
• Diploma in Internet & Multimedia Development 254 (Physical Education) 257
• Diploma in Internetworking & Communications 254
INDEX OF COURSES

• Postgraduate Diploma in Education


• Diploma in IT Service Management 254 (Primary and Secondary) 257
• Diploma in Mobile and Wireless Computing 254 • Diploma in Art Education 257
• Diploma in Multimedia & Animation 254 • Diploma in Education 257
• Diploma in Multimedia & Infocomm Technology 255 • Diploma in Education (Art) 257
• Diploma in Education (Music) 257
CERTIFICATE & OTHER COURSES • Diploma in Home Economics Education 257
(Private Schools) • Diploma in Music Education 258
• CITECH Certificate in E-media 255 • Diploma in Physical Education 258
• NCC Certificate in Computer Studies to Degree 255
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND
CULINARY OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES
(Private Schools)
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND • Specialist Diploma in Pre-School Education
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES (Graduate) 258
(Private Schools) • American Diploma in Liberal Arts 258
• Advanced Culinary Placement Diploma 255 • Diploma in Early Childhood Teaching 258
• Diploma in Culinary Craft 255 • Diploma in Montessori Method of Education 258

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• Diploma in Montessori Method of Education • Master of Science in Integrated Circuit Design 261
(Distance Learning) 258 • Master of Science in Intelligent Transportation
• Diploma in Pre-School Education (Leadership) 258 Systems 261
• Diploma in Preschool Education - Leadership 258 • Master of Science in International
• Diploma in Pre-School Education (Teaching) 258 Construction Management 261
• Diploma in Preschool Education - Teaching 259 • Master of Science in Logistics 262
• IATA-UFTAA Travel and Tourism Foundation • Master of Science in Maritime Studies 262
and Consultant Diploma 259 • Master of Science in Material Science &
Engineering (By Coursework) 262
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND • Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering 262
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES • Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
(Polytechnics & Technical Institutes) (By Coursework) 262
• Specialist Diploma in Early Childhood • Master of Science in Mechanics and
Education 259 Processing of Materials 262
• Diploma in Early Childhood Education 259 • Master of Science in Mechatronics
(By Coursework) 262
CERTIFICATE & OTHER COURSES • Master of Science in Microelectronics 262
(Private Schools) • Master of Science in Offshore Engineering 262
• Certificate in Preschool Teaching 259 • Master of Science in Photonics 262
• ITE Skills Certificate in Travel Services 259 • Master of Science in Power Engineering 262
• Master of Science in Precision Engineering 263
ENGINEERING • Master of Science in Safety, Health &
Environmental Tech (By Coursework) 263
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE • Master of Science in Signal Processing 263
COURSES • Master of Science in Smart Product Design 263
(Universities) • Master of Science in Transportation
• Doctor in Philosophy 259 Engineering 263
• Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering 259 • Master of Science in Transportation Systems
• Doctor of Philosophy in Faculty of Engineering & Management (By Coursework) 263
(By Research) 259 • Master of Technological Design
• Joint Doctor of Philosophy (By Research) 259 (Embedded System) 263
• Master of Engineering 260 • Master of Technological Design (Mechatronics) 263
• Master of Engineering (By Research) 260 • Master of Technological Design
• Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering 260 (Rapid Product Development) 263
• Master of Science in Chemical Engineering • NUS-UIUC Master of Science
(By Coursework) 260 (Chemical Engineering) 263
• Master of Science in Civil Engineering 260 • Bachelor of Chemcial Engineering 263
• Master of Science in Civil Engineering • Bachelor of Computer Engineering 264
(By Coursework) 260 • Bachelor of Computing (Computing Engineering)
• Master of Science in Communication Software (Hons) 264
and Networks 260 • Bachelor of Electrical & Telecommunications
Engineering 264
INDEX OF COURSES

• Master of Science in Communications


Engineering 260 • Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace Engineering) 264
• Master of Science in Computer Control and • Bachelor of Engineering (Bioengineering) 264
Automation 260 • Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical Engineering) 264
• Master of Science in Computer Integrated • Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering) 264
Manufacturing 260 • Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Engineering) 264
• Master of Science in Electrical Engineering • Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and
(By Coursework) 261 Electronic Engineering) 264
• Master of Science in Environmental Engineering 261 • Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical Engineering) 265
• Master of Science in Environmental Engineering • Bachelor of Engineering (Engineering Science) 265
(By Coursework) 261 • Bachelor of Engineering
• Master of Science in Environmental Science (Environmental Engineering) 265
and Engineering 261 • Bachelor of Engineering (Industrial and Systems
• Master of Science in Geotechnical Engineering 261 Engineering) 265
• Master of Science in Human Factors • Bachelor of Engineering (Materials Engineering) 265
Engineering 261 • Bachelor of Engineering (Materials Science &
• Master of Science in Industrial & Systems Engineering Science) 265
Engineering (By Coursework) 261 • Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) 265

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• Bachelor of Engineering / Bachelor of • Diploma in Construction Engineering 269


International Studies 266 • Diploma in Construction Technology 269
• Bachelor of Engineering / Bachelor of Media 266 • Diploma in Electrical Engineering 269
• Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering 266 • Diploma in Electronic & Computer Engineering 269
• Bachelor of Mechatronic Engineering 266 • Diploma in Electronics 269
• Double Degree Programme with French Grande • Diploma in Electronics, Computer &
Ecoles (By Research) 266 Communication Engineering 269
• Diploma in Electronics, Computer &
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE Communications 269
COURSES • Diploma in Engineering Common Year
(Private Schools) Programme 269
• Master of Engineering Science 266 • Diploma in Industrial & Operations Management 269
• Master of Science in Management Engineering • Diploma in Info-Communications 270
& Technology 266 • Diploma in Integrated Facility Design &
• Master of Science in Quality Engineering 266 Management 270
• Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Electrical & • Diploma in Intelligent Building Technology 270
Electronics Engineering 266 • Diploma in Logistics Management 270
• Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) in Electrical & • Diploma in Manufacturing Engineering 270
Electronic Engineering 267 • Diploma in Marine & Offshore Technology 270
• Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical / Electrical) 267 • Diploma in Marine Engineering 270
• Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics / • Diploma in Maritime Transportation
Communication Systems 267 Management 270
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Civil Engineering 267 • Diploma in Mechanical Engineering 270
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Computer • Diploma in Mechatronics 270
and Electronics 267 • Diploma in Mechatronics Engineering 270
• Bachelor of Science in Computing • Diploma in Microelectronics 271
(Software Engineering) 267 • Diploma in Product Design & Innovation 271
• Diploma in Quality Management & Engineering 271
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND • Diploma in Supply Chain Management 271
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES • Diploma in Technology 271
(Private Schools) • Diploma in Telecommunications 271
• Graduate Engineer Course 267
• Advanced Diploma in Building 267 CERTIFICATE & OTHER COURSES
• Advanced Diploma in Engineering (Private Schools)
Management 267 • ITE NITEC in Electronics
• BTEC Higher National Diploma in Electrical (Computer Technology) 271
and Electronics Engineering 267 • NITEC in Electronics 271

POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND CERTIFICATE & OTHER COURSES


OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES (Polytechnics & Technical Institutes)
(Polytechnics & Technical Institutes) • Advanced Builder Certificate in Plumbing
& Pipefitting 271
INDEX OF COURSES

• Advanced Diploma in Industrial Engineering


& Management 268 • Certificate in M & E Co-ordination 271
• Advanced Diploma in Ship &
Marine Technology 268 FINE ARTS, DESIGN, PERFORMING
• Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering 268 ARTS
• Diploma in Aerospace Avionics 268
• Diploma in Aerospace Electronics 268 POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE
• Diploma in Aerospace Technology 268 COURSES
• Diploma in Biomedical Electronics 268 (Universities)
• Diploma in Biomedical Engineering 268 • Bachelor of Arts (Industrial Design) (Hons) 272
• Diploma in Business Process and • Bachelor of Design 272
Systems Engineering 268 • Bachelor of Fine Arts 272
• Diploma in Chemical Engineering 268
• Diploma in Civil & Environmental Engineering 268 POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE
• Diploma in Civil & Structural Engineering 268 COURSES
• Diploma in Communications & (Private Schools)
Automation Electronics 269 • Master of Art / Master of Science in
• Diploma in Computer Engineering 269 3D Digital Design 272

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• Master of Art / Master of Science in • Advanced Diploma in Interactive Media Design 277
Smart Design 272 • Advanced Diploma in Interior Design 277
• Master of Art in Contemporary Practice 272 • Advanced Diploma in Jewellery Design 277
• Master of Art in Spatial Design 272 • Advanced Diploma in Product Design 277
• Master of Arts Directing 272 • Advanced Diploma in Visual Communication
• Master of Arts Fine Arts 272 (Graphic Design) 277
• Master of Arts Media Arts 273 • Higher Diploma in Decoration Art Design 277
• Master of Arts Performance Design 273 • Higher Diploma in Environment Art Design 277
• Master of Design 273 • Diploma in Advertising Design 277
• Masters of Arts Design 273 • Diploma in Arts Management (Performing Arts) 277
• Baccalaureate 273 • Diploma in Dance 278
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Arts Management 273 • Diploma in Environmental Design 278
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Exhibition & • Diploma in Fashion Design 278
Retail Design 273 • Diploma in Fashion, Multimedia,
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Fashion & Marketing 273 Photography, Visual Arts, Interior Design 278
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Fashion Design 273 • Diploma in Fine Art 278
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Fashion Design • Diploma in Graphic Design 278
Technology 273 • Diploma in Interior Design 278
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Fashion Design with • Diploma in Multimedia 278
Textiles 274 • Diploma in Multimedia Design 278
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Fine Art with • Diploma in Music (Performance) 279
Contemporary Writing 274 • Diploma in Theatre 279
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Fine Art: Painting & • Diploma in Theatre Production Design 279
Drawing 274 • Diploma in Visual Communication 279
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Graphic • Professional Diploma in Acting 279
Communication 274 • Professional Diploma in Animation 279
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Acting, • Professional Diploma in Broadcasting
Musical Theatre 274 & Hosting 279
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Animation Art, • Professional Diploma in Film Making 279
Interactive Art, Video Art, Film 274 • Professional Diploma in Media Management 279
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Arts Management 274 • Professional Diploma in TV Programme
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Dance 274 Producing 279
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Design 274
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Fashion Design 275 POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Fashion Marketing OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES
and Management 275 (Polytechnics & Technical Institutes)
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Fashion Textiles 275 • Advanced Diploma in Film Production 280
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Music 275 • Diploma in Apparel Design and
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Music Technology 275 Merchandising 280
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Painting, • Diploma in Design (Interior & Landscape) 280
Printmaking, Sculpture 275 • Diploma in Digital Media Design 280
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Technical • Diploma in Film, Sound & Video 280
INDEX OF COURSES

Theatre Arts 275 • Diploma in Industrial Design 280


• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Theatre Arts 275 • Diploma in Interactive Media Design 280
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Interior Design 276 • Diploma in Interior Architecture and Design 280
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Multimedia Design 276 • Diploma in Interior Design 280
• Bachelor of Arts in Design (Jewellery Design) 276 • Diploma in Moving Images 280
• Bachelor of Arts in Design (Product Design) 276 • Diploma in New Media 280
• Bachelor of Arts in Digital Media 276 • Diploma in Product and Industrial Design 280
• Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design 276 • Diploma in Sonic Arts 280
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Product Design 276 • Diploma in Technology & Arts Management 281

POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND CERTIFICATE & OTHER COURSES


OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES (Private Schools)
(Private Schools) • Certificate in Graphics Design 281
• Advanced Diploma in Design 276 • Certificate in Multimedia Design 281
• Advanced Diploma in Fashion Design 276 • Foundation Course - Bridging Programme
• Advanced Diploma in Glass Design 276 Studies 281
• Advanced Diploma in Graphic Design 277 • Foundation Studies (Visual Arts 1st Year) 281

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• Master of Arts in Dept of Philosophy


HR MANAGEMENT AND
(By Research) 283
DEVELOPMENT • Master of Arts in Dept of South Asian
Studies Programme (By Research) 283
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE • Master of Arts in Dept of Southeast Asian
COURSES Studies (By Research) 283
(Universities) • Master of Arts in Southeast Asian Studies
• Doctor of Philosophy 281 (By Coursework) 283
• Master of Science in International Political
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE Economy 284
COURSES • Master of Science in International Relations 284
(Private Schools) • Master of Science in Strategic Studies 284
• Master in Human Resource Management 281 • Master of Social Science (Geography)
• Master of Human Resource Management 281 (By Research) 284
• Specialist Master in Business Administration • Master of Social Science (History)
in Human Resource Management 281 (By Research) 284
• Bachelor of Commerce in Management • Master of Social Science (Political Science)
and Human Resource Management 281 (By Research) 284
• Bachelor of Science in Human Resource • Master of Social Sciences in Applied Sociology
Management 282 (By Coursework) 284
• Master of Social Sciences in Psychology
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND (By Research) 284
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES • Master of Social Work (Social Work)
(Private Schools) (By Research) 284
• Advanced Diploma in Management 282 • Master of Social Work in Dept of Sociology
• Advanced Diploma of Business 282 (By Research) 284
• Diploma in Business and Human Resource • Master of Social Work in Social Work
Management 282 (By Coursework) 284
• Professional Diploma in People Management 282 • Bachelor of Arts 284
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) 285
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Psychology 285
HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES, • Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Sociology 285
PSYCHOLOGY • Bachelor of International Studies 285
• Bachelor of International Studies /
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE Bachelor of Media 285
COURSES • Bachelor of International Studies /
(Universities) Bachelor of Science 285
• Doctor of Philosophy (School of Humanities • Bachelor of Social Science 285
and Social Sciences) 282 • Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) 285
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Geography
(By Research) 282 POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of History COURSES
INDEX OF COURSES

(By Research) 282 (Private Schools)


• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Philosophy • Master of Psychology 285
(By Research) 282 • Bachelor of Arts (Psychology and Humanities) 285
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of • Bachelor of Arts in English (Literature) 286
Political Science (By Research) 283 • Bachelor of Behavioural Science 286
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Sociology • Bachelor of Psychology 286
(By Research) 283 • Bachelor of Psychology and Business 286
• Doctor of Philosophy in South Asian Studies • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Sociology 286
Programme (By Research) 283 • Bachelor of Science in Psychology 286
• Doctor of Philosophy in Southeast Asian • Bachelor of Science in Sociology 286
Studies Programme (By Research) 283 • Diploma in English (Literature) 286
• Master in Public Management Programme
(By Coursework) 283 POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND
• Master in Public Policy (By Coursework) 283 OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES
• Master of Arts (Contemporary China) 283 (Universities)
• Master of Arts (School of Humanities and • Graduate Diploma in Social Work
Social Sciences) 283 (By Coursework) 286

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POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND • Higher Diploma in English / Chinese Translation


OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES and Interpretation 289
(Private Schools) • Diploma in English 289
• Diploma in Sociology 286 • Diploma in Teaching English to Speakers of
• Advanced Diploma in Psychology 287 Other Languages (TESOL) 289
• Higher Diploma in Journalism 287
• Diploma for Graduates in Social Science 287 CERTIFICATE & OTHER COURSES
• Diploma for Graduates in Sociology 287 (Private Schools)
• Diploma in Community Services and • Certificate in Translation 289
Gerontological Counselling 287 • English as a Foreign Language 289
• GCE O-Level Preparatory 289
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND • LCCI English for Business 289
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES • English for Business Level 1 & 2 290
(Polytechnics & Technical Institutes) • English for Speakers of Other Languages
• Diploma in Chinese Studies 287 (ESOL) 290
• English Language Course 290
LANGUAGES • English Language Preparatory Programme 290
• English Proficiency Course 290
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE • General English Course for IELTS 290
COURSES • General English Course for TOEFL 290
(Universities) • HSK Programme (Basic & Intermediate) 290
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Chinese • IELTS 290
Studies (By Research) 287 • Japanese Language 290
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of English
Language & Literature (By Research) 287 LAW
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Japanese
Studies (By Research) 287 POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE
• Master of Arts (Applied Linguistics) COURSES
(By Coursework) 287 (Universities)
• Master of Arts (Chinese Studies) • Doctor of Philosophy in Faculty of Law
(By Coursework) 288 (By Research) 290
• Master of Arts in Dept of Chinese Studies • Master of Laws (By Coursework) 291
(By Research) 288 • Master of Laws (By Research) 291
• Master of Arts in Dept of English Language • Master of Laws (Chinese Law) (By Coursework) 291
& Literature (By Research) 288 • Master of Laws (Corporate & Financial
• Master of Arts in Dept of Japanese Studies Services Law) (By Coursework) 291
(By Research) 288 • Master of Laws (Intellectual Property &
• Master of Arts in Dept of Malay Studies Technology Law) (By Coursework) 291
(By Research) 288 • Master of Laws (International &
• Master of Arts in Language Studies Comparative Law) (By Coursework) 291
(By Coursework) 288 • Master of Laws (International Business Law)
INDEX OF COURSES

• Master of Arts in Literary Studies (By Coursework) 291


(By Coursework) 288 • Bachelor of Law (Hons) 291
• Bachelor of Arts 288
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) 288 POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Chinese 288 COURSES
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in English 288 (Private Schools)
• Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) 288 • Master of Law (LLM) in Commercial Law 291
• Master of Law (LLM) in International
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE Commercial Law 291
COURSES • Bachelor of Law (Hons) (LLB) 292
(Private Schools) • Bachelor of Law (LLB) 292
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in English 289 • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Accounting
• Bachelor of Arts in English 289 with Law 292
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Law with
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND Accounting 292
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES • Bachelor of Science in Economics and
(Private Schools) Management 292
• Higher Diploma in Business Chinese 289 • Bachelor of Science in Law with Accounting 292

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• Bachelor of Science in Law with Management 292 • Master of Dental Surgery (Residency Training) 294
• Bachelor of Science in Management with Law 292 • Master of Nursing 294
• Master of Science in Dept of Anaesthesia
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND (By Research) 295
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES • Master of Science in Dept of Anatomy
(Universities) (By Research) 295
• Graduate Diploma in Singapore Law • Master of Science in Dept of Biochemistry
(By Coursework) 292 (By Research) 295
• Master of Science in Dept of Community,
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND Occupational & Family Med (By Research) 295
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES • Master of Science in Dept of Diagnostic
(Private Schools) Radiology (By Research) 295
• Diploma in Law 292 • Master of Science in Dept of Medicine
(By Research) 295
MEDICINE, DENTISTRY, NURSING, • Master of Science in Dept of Microbiology
(By Research) 295
PHARMACY • Master of Science in Dept of Obstetrics &
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE Gynaecology (By Research) 295
COURSES • Master of Science in Dept of Ophthalmology
(Universities) (By Research) 295
• Doctor in Philosophy 293 • Master of Science in Dept of Orthopaedic
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Anaesthesia Surgery (By Research) 295
(By Research) 293 • Master of Science in Dept of Otolaryngology
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Anatomy (By Research) 295
(By Research) 293 • Master of Science in Dept of Paediatrics
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Biochemistry (By Research) 295
(By Research) 293 • Master of Science in Dept of Pathology
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Community, (By- Research) 296
Occupational & Family Med (By Research) 293 • Master of Science in Dept of Pharmacology
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Diagnostic (By Research) 296
Radiology (By Research) 293 • Master of Science in Dept of Physiology
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Medicine (By Research) 296
(By Research) 293 • Master of Science in Dept of Psychological
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Microbiology Medicine (By Research) 296
(By Research) 293 • Master of Science in Dept of Surgery
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Obstetrics & (By Research) 296
Gynaecology (By Research) 293 • Master of Science in Faculty of Dentistry
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Ophthalmology (By Research) 296
(By Research) 293 • Master of Science in Graduate Programme
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Orthopaedic in Bioengineering (By Research) 296
Surgery (By Research) 293 • Bachelor of Dental Surgery 296
• Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
INDEX OF COURSES

• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Otolaryngology


(By Research) 294 (M.B.B.S) 296
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Paediatrics • Bachelor of Science (Nursing) 296
(By Research) 294 • Bachelor of Science (Nursing) (Hons) 296
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Pathology • Bachelor of Science (Pharmacy) 297
(By Research) 294 • Bachelor of Science (Pharmacy) (Hons) 297
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Pharmacology
(By Research) 294 POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Physiology COURSES
(By Research) 294 (Private Schools)
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of • Ph D of TCM 297
Psychological Medicine (By Research) 294 • Master in Health Service Management 297
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Surgery • Master of Applied Management in Health 297
(By Research) 294 • Master of Applied Management in Nursing 297
• Doctor of Philosophy in Faculty of Dentistry • Master of TCM 297
(By Research) 294 • Bachelor of Biomedical Science 297
• Doctor of Philosophy in Graduate Programme • Bachelor of Science (Nursing) 297
in Bioengineering (By Research) 294 • Bachelor of Traditional Chinese Medicine 297

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POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND


SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES
(Private Schools) POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE
• Diploma of Traditional Chinese Medicine 298 COURSES
(Universities)
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND
• Doctor in Philosophy 300
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES
• Doctor of Philosophy (School of Physical
(Polytechnics & Technical Institutes)
& Mathematical Sciences) 300
• Diploma in Dental Therapy 298
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of
• Diploma in Health Sciences 298
Biological Sciences (By Research) 300
• Diploma in Pharmacy 298
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Chemistry
(By Research) 300
CERTIFICATE & OTHER COURSES
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of
(Private Schools)
• Certificate in Nursing 298 Computational Science (By Research) 300
• NITEC in Nursing 298 • Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of
Materials Science (By Research) 300
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Mathematics
(By Research) 300
OFFICE ADMIN AND SECRETARIAL
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Pharmacy
SKILLS (By Research) 300
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Physics
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND
(By Research) 300
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES
• Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Statistics
(Private Schools)
and Applied Probability 301
• Diploma in Translation Studies -
• Master of Science (School of Physical &
English / Mandarin 298
Mathematical Sciences) 301
• LCCI Private Secretary Diploma 298
• Master of Science in Chemistry
(By Research/Coursework) 301
CERTIFICATE & OTHER COURSES
(Private Schools) • Master of Science in Computational Science
• Higher NITEC in Administration 299 (By Research/Coursework) 301
• Master of Science in Dept of Biological
Sciences (By Research/Coursework) 301
• Master of Science in Industrial Chemistry 301
PROPERTY ESTATE MANAGEMENT • Master of Science in Materials Science
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE (By Research/Coursework) 301
COURSES • Master of Science in Mathematics
(Universities) (By Research/Coursework) 301
• Master of Science in Environmental • Master of Science in Pharmacy
Management (By Coursework) 299 (By Research/Coursework) 301
• Master of Science in Estate Management • Master of Science in Physics
INDEX OF COURSES

(By Research) 299 (By Research/Coursework) 301


• Master of Science in Real Estate • Master of Science in Statistics and
(By Coursework) 299 Applied Probability (By Research/
• Bachelor of Science Coursework) 302
(Project & Facilities Management) (Hons) 299 • Bachelor of Applied Science 302
• Bachelor of Science (Real Estate) (Hons) 299 • Bachelor of Applied Science (Hons) 302
• Bachelor of Science 302
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND • Bachelor of Science (Advanced) in
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES Mathematics 302
(Polytechnics & Technical Institutes) • Bachelor of Science (Hons) 302
• Specialist Diploma in Facility Management 299 • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in
• Diploma in Facilities Management for Applied Physics 302
Business 299 • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Chemistry
• Diploma in Property Development & & Biological Chemistry 302
Facilities Management 299 • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in
• Diploma in Real Estate & Facility Mathematical Sciences 302
Management 299 • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Physics 302
• Diploma in Real Estate Business 300 • Bachelor of Science (Maritime Studies) 303

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POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE • Diploma in Travel Agency Management 306


COURSES • Diploma in Travel, Tourism and Hospitality 306
(Private Schools) • Hospitality Management Diploma 307
• Master of Science (Creative Studies) 303 • PEC Diploma in Hospitality Management 307
• Master of Science in Operational Research 303 • PEC Diploma in Travel & Tourism 307
• TMIS Diploma in Travel & Tourism 307
SPORTS, LEISURE, TOURISM AND
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND
HOSPITALITY OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE (Polytechnics & Technical Institutes)
COURSES • Diploma in Hospitality & Tourism Management 307
(Universities) • Diploma in Integrated Events Management 307
• Master of Management in Hospitality • Diploma in Leisure & Resort Management 307
Management 303 • Diploma in Sports & Exercise Sciences 307
• Diploma in Sports & Leisure Management 307
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE • Diploma in Tourism & Resort Management 307
COURSES
(Private Schools) CERTIFICATE & OTHER COURSES
• Master in Business Administration in (Private Schools)
Hospitality Management 303 • Certificate in Hotel and Restaurant Operations 307
• Master in Business Administration in • Certificate of Specialization in Food
Tourism Management 303 and Beverage 308
• MBA (Tourism and Hospitality Management) • Diploma in Hospitality Management 308
with a major project on Casino Management 303 • NITEC Certificate in Accommodation Operations 308
• Bachelor of Art in International Hospitality • NITEC Certificate in Food &
Management 303 Beverage Operations 308
• Bachelor of Arts in Hospitality & Tourism • NITEC in Accommodation Operations 308
Management 303 • NITEC in Food and Beverage 308
• Bachelor of Science in Hospitality and Tourism 304 • NITEC in Food and Beverage Operations 308
• Bachelor of Science in Sports Science 304
• BBA (Tourism and Hospitality Management) OTHERS COURSES
with a major project on Casino Management 304
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND COURSES
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES (Universities)
(Private Schools) • Doctor of Philosophy (By Research) 308
• Advanced Diploma in Hospitality & • Doctor of Philosophy (Institute of Defence
Tourism Management 304 & Strategic Studies) 308
• Advanced Diploma in Hospitality Management 304 • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in AMM&NS 309
• Advanced Diploma in Tourism & Hospitality • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in CE 309
Management 304 • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in CPE 309
INDEX OF COURSES

• Advanced Diploma in Travel & Tourism 304 • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in CSB 309
• Advanced Diploma in Travel, Tourism and • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in MST 309
Hospitality 304 • MIT Master of Engineering (M.Eng) & NUS /
• Advanced Diploma of Business 305 NTU Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in AMM&NS 309
• Double Major Advanced Diploma in Business • MIT Master of Engineering (M.Eng) & NUS /
Administration & Travel, Tourism and Hospitality 305 NTU Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in MST 309
• Higher Diploma in Hospitality Management 305 • MIT Master of Science (S.M.) & NUS /
• Higher Diploma in Travel and Tourism NTU Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in CE 309
Management 305 • Master of Arts (By Research) 309
• Diploma in Hospitality Management 305 • Master of Science (By Research) 309
• Diploma in Hospitality Management • MIT Master of Engineering & NUS Master
(Operations & Hotel Management) 305 of Science (S.M.) in AMM&NS 310
• Diploma in Hotel Management 305 • MIT Master of Engineering (M.Eng) &
• Diploma in International Hotel Management 306 NTU Master of Science (S.M.) in MST 310
• Diploma in Tourism (Hotel Management) 306 • MIT Master of Science (S.M.) & NUS Master
• Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management 306 of Science (S.M.) in CE 310
• Diploma in Tourism Management 306 • MIT Master of Science (S.M.) & NUS Master
• Diploma in Travel & Tourism 306 of Science (S.M.) in CPE 310

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• MIT Master of Science (S.M.) & NUS / • Advanced Diploma in Logistics Management 313
NTU Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in CPE 310 • Advanced Diploma in Operations & Logistics
• Bachelor of Music (Hons) 310 Management 313
• Advanced Diploma in Piano 314
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE • Advanced Diploma in Violin 314
COURSES • Advanced Diploma in Vocal 314
(Private Schools) • Higher Diploma in Logistics and Supply
• Executive Master of Science in Finance 310 Chain Management 314
• Master in Information Security and Intelligence 310 • Diploma in Aesthetician 314
• Master in Security Management 310 • Diploma in Animation 314
• Master of Arts & Cultural Management 310 • Diploma in Audio Engineering 314
• Master of Arts Art Therapy 311 • Diploma in Casino Management 314
• Master of Arts Curatorial Studies 311 • Diploma in Digital Film Production 314
• Master of Aviation Management 311 • Diploma in Gaming 314
• Master of Business Administration • Diploma in Hairstyling 314
(Maritime and Logistics Management) 311 • Diploma in Journalism 315
• Master of Business in Logistics Management 311 • Diploma in Logistics 315
• Master of Fire Safety Engineering 311 • Diploma in Logistics Management 315
• Master of Music Technology 311 • Diploma in Manufacturing Management 315
• Master of Science in Occupational Safety • Diploma in Multimedia Production 315
and Health 311 • Diploma in Primary Mathematics Teaching 315
• Master of Science in the Management of • Diploma in Purchasing and Supply Chain
Quality Excellence 311 Management 315
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Digital Film Arts 311 • Diploma in Shipping & Transportation 315
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Logistics and • Diploma in Supply Chain Management 315
Supply Chain Management 311 • Graduate Diploma in Purchasing & Supply 315
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Multimedia Arts 312 • Professional Diploma in Logistics & Transport 316
• Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Recording Arts 312 • The Chartered Institute of Marketing 316
• Bachelor of Business (Maritime and
Logistics Management) 312 POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND
• Bachelor of Commerce in Logistics OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES
Management 312 (Polytechnics & Technical Institutes)
• Bachelor of Commerce in Supply Chain 312 • Diploma in Chemical & Pharmaceutical
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Technology 316
Pharmaceutical Management 312 • Diploma in Chemical Process Technology 316
• Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice • Diploma in Diagnostic Radiography /
Administration 312 Radiation Therapy 316
• Bachelor of Science in Environmental • Diploma in Digital Media 316
Management 312 • Diploma in Food Science 316
• Bachelor of Science in Fire Science 312 • Diploma in Information Communication
• Bachelor of Science in Health Care Technology 316
Administration 312 • Diploma in Landscape Architecture 316
INDEX OF COURSES

• Bachelor of Science in Occupational Safety • Diploma in Molecular Biotechnology 316


and Health 313 • Diploma in Nautical Studies 316
• Degree in Fashion, Multimedia, Interior Design, • Diploma in Nursing 316
Photography, Visual Arts 313 • Diploma in Occupational Therapy 316
• Diploma in Optometry 317
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND • Diploma in Physiotherapy 317
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES
(Private Schools) POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND
• Graduate Diploma in Information Security OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES
and Intelligence 313 (International (Foreign System and MOE
• Graduate Diploma in Logistics and Materials Privately-Funded Schools))
Management 313 • International Baccalaureate (IB) 317
• Graduate Diploma in Security Management 313
• Advanced Diploma in Animation 313 CERTIFICATE & OTHER COURSES
• Advanced Diploma in Casino Management 313 (Private Schools)
• Advanced Diploma in Gaming 313 • NITEC in Accommodation Operations 317
• Advanced Diploma in Instrumental Music 313 • NITEC in Food & Beverage Services 317

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• O/A-Level 317 • Preparation for O-Level 322


• Advanced Placement Program 317 • Reinforcement English Language, Chinese,
• Holiday Programmes 317 Mathematics and Science for Foreign and
• Nitec in Hairstyling 317 Local Students 322
• NITEC in Hairstyling 317 • Secondary 1 - 3 Express 322
• Special Needs Education 317 • Secondary 3 & GCE O-Level (Foreign Student) 322
• Secondary School Preparatory Course 323
CERTIFICATE & OTHER COURSES
(International (Foreign System and MOE CERTIFICATE & OTHER COURSES
Privately-Funded Schools)) (International (Foreign System and MOE
• International General Certificate of Secondary Privately-Funded Schools))
Education - IGCSE 318 • Hauptschul-abschluss (Leaving Certification
• Middle Years Programme (MYP) 318 at age 15) 323
• International Baccalaureate Diploma • International General Certificate of Secondary
Programme - IBDP 318 Education Gr 9-10 323
• Middle School (Class 6 - 8) 318 • Mittlere Reife
• Primary (Class 1 - 5) 318 (Equivalent to British GCSE Standard) 323
• Secondary 3 (Class 9) 318 • International Baccalaureate Diploma Gr 11-12 323

POST SECONDARY PRIMARY


POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND OTHER COURSES
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES (Private Schools)
(Private Schools) • Course for Primary 1 Foreign Students 323
• Advanced International Certificate of • Course for Primary 2 Foreign Students 323
Education Diploma 318 • Course for Primary 3 Foreign Students 323
• Course for Primary 4 Foreign Students 323
CERTIFICATE & OTHER COURSES • Course for Primary 5 Foreign Students 323
(Private Schools) • Course for Primary 6 Foreign Students 323
• London Edexcel GCE A-Level 318 • Reinforcement English Language, Chinese,
• A-Level 318 Mathematics and Science for Foreign and
• GCE A-Level 319 Local Students 324
• GCE A-Level Preparatory Course 319
CERTIFICATE & OTHER COURSES
CERTIFICATE & OTHER COURSES (International (Foreign System and MOE
(International (Foreign System and MOE Privately-Funded Schools))
Privately-Funded Schools)) • Primary Years Programme 324
• Reifeprufung (Equivalent to British A-Level • Primary School 324
Standard) 319
• A-Level 319 PRE-SCHOOL, KINDERGARTEN
• High School (Grades 9 to 12) 319
INDEX OF COURSES

• Middle School (Grades 6 to 8) 319 POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND


OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES
A-LEVEL COURSES (Private Schools)
(Pre-University) • Graduate Diploma in Pre-School Education 324
• A-Level 319 • Specialist Diploma in Pre-school Education -
Teaching and Leadership 324
SECONDARY
OTHER COURSES
CERTIFICATE & OTHER COURSES (Private Schools)
(Private Schools) • Reinforcement Chinese for Foreign and Local
• Cambridge O-Level Preparatory Course 320 Students 324
• GCE O-Level 320
• GCE O-Level Preparatory Course 320 OTHER COURSES
• Junior Secondary Programme 321 (International (Foreign System and MOE
• London Edexcel GCE O-Level 321 Privately-Funded Schools))
• N-Level 321 • Kindergarten 324
• O-Level 321 • Pre-School (Kindergarten) 324

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COURSE LISTING

Course Disciplines
Accounting, Financial Services 196
Agriculture, Horticulture, Landscape 204
Architecture 204
Biosciences, Biotechnology 206
Business & Management, 208
Economics
Communications including 238
PR, Advertising
Computing & IT 242
Culinary 255
Education 256
Engineering 259
Fine Arts, Design, Performing Arts 272
HR Management and Development 281
Humanities, Social Sciences, 282
Psychology
Languages 287
Law 290
Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, 293
Pharmacy
Office Admin and Secretarial Skills 298
Property Estate Management 299
Science, Mathematics 300
Sports, Leisure, Tourism & Hospitality 303
Other Courses 308
Post Secondary 318
Secondary 320
The information published is
compiled as of March 2006. Primary 323
Please refer to
www.singaporeedu.gov.sg Pre-School, Kindergarten 324
for the latest updates.

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Master of Science in Financial Engineering


ACCOUNTING, FINANCIAL SERVICES
Nanyang Technological University (Graduate)
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE Entry Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or equiv,
COURSES GMAT or GRE or equiv. and 2 yrs’ working
(Universities) experience
Course Fee: S$24,000/course
Doctor of Philosophy Duration: 1 - 2 years
Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological Website: www.ntu.edu.sg/GradStudies/home/
University (Graduate) Refer to page 132
Entry Requirements: Good undergraduate or Master
degree. Good GMAT/GRE score.
Master of Science in Wealth Management
Course Fee: Singaporean & PR - S$4,350 /
(Conferred by SMU)
Foreigner - S$4,790
Singapore Management University
Course Intake: Jul
Entry Requirements: Bachelor’s degree, good GMAT
Duration: 3 - 5 years
and CFA level 1
Website: www.nbs.ntu.edu.sg/phd
Course Fee: S$48,000
Refer to page 130
Course Intake: Jul
Duration: 12 months
Website: www.smu.edu.sg/MWM
Master of Science (Specialisation) (Nanyang Refer to page 136
Business School)
Nanyang Technological University (Graduate)
Entry Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or equiv, Nanyang MSc (with a specialisation)
GMAT and GRE or equiv. and 2 years’ work Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological
experience University (Graduate)
Course Fee: S$20,000/course Entry Requirements: A Bachelor’s degree, at least two
Duration: 1 - 2 years years working experience, GMAT & TOEFL
Website: www.ntu.edu.sg/GradStudies/home/ Course Fee: S$20,000
Refer to page 132 Course Intake: Jul
Duration: 12 months (FT) / 24 months (PT)
Website: www.nbsmsc.ntu.edu.sg
Refer to page 130
Master of Science in Applied Finance
(Conferred by SMU)
Singapore Management University The Nanyang MBA
Entry Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and good Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological
GMAT University (Graduate)
Course Fee: S$20,600 Entry Requirements: A Bachelor’s degree, at least two
Course Intake: Jul years working experience, GMAT & TOEFL
Duration: 18 months Course Fee: S$24,000 (FT) / S$28,000 (PT)
Website: www.smu.edu.sg/MAF Course Intake: Jul
Refer to page 136 Duration: 16 months (FT) / 32 months (PT)
Website: www.nanyangmba.ntu.edu.sg
Refer to page 130

Master of Science in Financial Engineering


(Conferred by CMU) Bachelor of Accountancy
Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological
University (Graduate) University (Undergraduate)
Entry Requirements: A good undergraduate degree in Entry Requirements: Details refer to www.ntu.edu.sg/
quantitative fields. Admissions/International + Students/
Course Fee: S$25,000 Course Fee: S$6,520
Course Intake: Jul Course Intake: Sep - mid Mar
COURSES

Duration: 1 year (FT) / 2 years (PT) Duration: 3 years direct Honours programme
Website: www.mfe.ntu.edu.sg Website: www.nbs.ntu.edu.sg/undergrad
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Bachelor of Accountancy POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE


Nanyang Technological University COURSES
Entry Requirements: Additional Math at Junior High (Private Schools)
School level
Course Fee: S$6,520/year CPA MBA
Course Intake: Aug (Conferred by Deakin University)
Duration: 3 years TMC Academy for Advanced Education
Website: www.nbs.ntu.edu.sg/ Entry Requirements: First degree and 2 years’
Refer to page 132 working experience
Course Intake: Feb, Jul, Nov
Bachelor of Accountancy Duration: 2 years
(Conferred by SMU) Website: www.tmc.edu.sg
Singapore Management University Refer to page 154
Entry Requirements: Good A-Level or local high
school results
Course Fee: S$6,500/year (Sporean) / Master of Accounting
S$7,150/year (Others) (Conferred by Curtin University of Technology)
Course Intake: Aug Marketing Institute of Singapore
Duration: 4 years Entry Requirements: Non-accounting Bachelor degree
Website: www.smu.edu.sg or equivalent
Refer to page 136 Course Fee: A$1,200/module
Course Intake: Mar, Aug, Dec
Bachelor of Business Management Duration: 15 months
(Conferred by SMU) Website: www.mis.edu.sg
Singapore Management University
Refer to page 162
Entry Requirements: Good A-Level or good local high
school results
Course Fee: S$6,500/year (Sporean) / Master of Business Administration
S$7,150/year (Others) (Conferred by Andrew Jackson University)
Course Intake: Aug Hemsdale Associates Pte Ltd
Duration: 4 years Entry Requirements: Bachelor or equivalent
Website: www.smu.edu.sg Course Fee: S$16,800 (FT) / S$13,200 (PT)
Refer to page 136 Course Intake: Jan, May, Sep
Duration: 1 year
Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) Website: www.hemsdale.edu.sg
(Conferred by University of New South Wales) Refer to page 160
UNSW Asia
Entry Requirements: UAR = 90+, GCE A-Level = 12,
HK A-Level = 11, IB = 30, SAT = 2015, Master of Business Administration
STPM = 17 (Conferred by Charles Sturt University)
Course Fee: S$26,300/year Portman Management Centre
Course Intake: Mar, Aug Entry Requirements: Bachelor degree, advanced
Duration: 3 years diploma or equivalent or mature candidates
Website: www.unswasia.edu.sg Course Fee: S$16,000/course
Refer to page 137 Course Intake: Feb, May, Aug, Nov
Duration: 24 months
Bachelor of Commerce (Finance) Refer to page 163
(Conferred by University of New South Wales)
UNSW Asia
Entry Requirements: UAR = 90+, GCE A-Level = 12, Master of Science in Management
HK A-Level = 11, IB = 30, SAT = 2015, (Conferred by University of Wales, UK)
STPM = 17 Management Development Institute of Singapore
Course Fee: S$26,300/year Entry Requirements: Degree
Course Intake: Mar, Aug Course Intake: Feb, Jul
COURSES

Duration: 3 years Duration: 12 months


Website: www.unswasia.edu.sg Website: www.mdis.edu.sg
Refer to page 137 Refer to page 146

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MBA (Finance) Bachelor of Arts in Accounting


(Conferred by Entrepreneurship Institute Australia - (Conferred by University of Wales Institute, Cardiff, UK)
EIA) EASB Institute of Management
Asian Centre for Professional Excellence Pte Ltd Entry Requirements: EASB Advanced Diploma in
Entry Requirements: An acceptable bachelor degree Accounting or equivalent
or equivalent and adequate proficiency in English Duration: 12 months
Course Fee: S$11,500 + A$3,000 (FT) / Website: www.easb.edu.sg
S$13,700 (PT) Refer to page 142
Course Intake: Every 3 months
Duration: 12 months
Website: www.acpe.edu.sg Bachelor of Business
Refer to page 156 (Conferred by Charles Sturt University)
Portman Management Centre
Specialist Master in Business Administration in Entry Requirements: O/A-Level, diploma or equivalent
Finance or matured candidates
(Conferred by Edinburgh Business School (EBS) - Course Fee: S$23,000/course
Heriot-Watt University) Course Intake: Feb, May, Aug, Nov
EASB Institute of Management Duration: 36 months
Entry Requirements: Bachelor’s degree Refer to page 163
Duration: 24 months
Website: www.easb.edu.sg
Refer to page 142 Bachelor of Commerce
HEG Singapore Pte Ltd
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants Entry Requirements: Polytechnic diploma or equivalent
AEC Edu Group Pte Ltd or Advanced diploma in the field of business
Entry Requirements: O/A-Level, diploma from Course Fee: S$7,900
recognised Polytechnics Course Intake: Mar, Jun, Sep, Dec
Course Fee: S$6,700 (incl International Student Fees) Duration: 12 - 16 months
Course Intake: Jan, Jul Website: http://www.heg.edu.sg/bachelorofBiz.html
Duration: 3 years (FT) / 3 - 4 years (PT) Refer to page 159
Website: www.aec.edu.sg
Refer to page 140
Bachelor of Financial Administration
Bachelor of Accountancy (Conferred by University of Southern Queensland -
(Conferred by Victoria University) Australia offered through OSB-COL)
T.E.D. Human Resource Development Centre OSB Centre for Open Learning (OEG Education)
Entry Requirements: 5 subjects GCE A-Level or Entry Requirements: A-Level of year 12 or completed
equivalent, Polytechnic Accounting Diploma OEG Foundation Diploma in Business Studies
Course Fee: S$23,800 Course Fee: S$19,719
Duration: 3 years Course Intake: Mar, Jun, Aug, Nov (Year 1 & 2) /
Website: http://www.huaxia.edu.sg Feb, Jul, Nov (Year 3)
Refer to page 166 Duration: 28 months
Website: www.oeg.edu.sg
Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Accounting & Finance Refer to page 163
FTMS Global
Duration: 3 years
Refer to page 166 Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Accounting & Finance
(Conferred by University of London)
Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Accounting & Finance JE Computer & Education Centre Pte Ltd
(Conferred by University of Northumbria) Entry Requirements: 2 A-Level & 3 O-Level subjects
Singapore Institute of Commerce or 3 A-Level & 1 O-Level subjects
Entry Requirements: Polytechnic or equivalent Course Fee: S$3,850/year
Course Fee: S$10,185/year Course Intake: Jan, Mar, May, Jul, Sep, Nov
COURSES

Course Intake: Sep Duration: 3 years


Duration: 1 year Website: www.jecomputer-school.com.sg
Refer to page 151 Refer to page 161

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Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Accounting & Finance Course Fee: S$4,800 annually
(Conferred by University of London) Course Intake: All year round
T.E.D. Huaxia Institute Duration: 3 years
Entry Requirements: A-Level or equivalent, mature Website: www.yuwen.edu.sg
student with qualification on a case-to-case basis Refer to page 162
Course Fee: S$20,800
Duration: 36 months Bachelor of Science in Accounting & Finance
Refer to page 166 (Conferred by University of London)
West Business School Holdings Pte Ltd
Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Accounting and Entry Requirements: 2 GCE A-Level & 3 GCE O-Level
Finance passes including Mathematics and English
(Conferred by University of London) Course Fee: S$14,400
Boston International School Pte Ltd Course Intake: Jan, Apr, Jul, Oct
Entry Requirements: Int’l Baccalaurate Dip, GCSE Duration: 3 years
A-Level, GCE A-Level + TOEFL (550/236)/ Website: www.west.edu.sg
IELTS (6.5) Refer to page 167
Course Fee: S$20,200 (3 years)
Course Intake: Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance
Duration: 3 years (Conferred by University of London)
Website: www.boston-education.com AMGT Management School
Refer to page 157 Entry Requirements: 2 GCE A-Level passes at grade
C and 3 GCE O-Level passes or equivalent
Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Banking & Finance Course Fee: S$12,000
(Conferred by University of London) Course Intake: Jan, Apr, Jul, Oct
T.E.D. Huaxia Institute Duration: 3 years
Entry Requirements: A-Level or equivalent, mature Website: http://www.ashford.com.sg
student with qualification on a case-to-case basis Refer to page 156
Course Fee: S$20,800
Duration: 36 months Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance
Refer to page 166 BMC Academy
Entry Requirements: 17 yrs and above, grade C or
Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Finance above in 4 separate O-Level subjects
(Conferred by National University of Ireland, Dublin) Course Fee: S$2,888
Asia Pacific Management Institute Course Intake: Monthly
Entry Requirements: Diploma Duration: 3 - 4 years
Course Fee: S$16,800 Refer to page 157
Course Intake: Apr, Sep
Duration: 15 months Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance
Website: www.apmi.edu.sg/b_23.htm (Conferred by University of London, UK)
Refer to page 140 Institute of Technology
Entry Requirements: Senior high school, with IELTS
Bachelor of Science in Accounting & Finance 5.5 or A-Level or Poly Diploma
(Conferred by University of London) Course Fee: S$56,000
Monash Business School Pte Ltd Course Intake: Mar, Sep
Entry Requirements: 2 A-Level or 3 O-Level, inclusive Duration: 4 years
of English and Mathematics Website: www.sit.edu.sg
Course Fee: S$4,800/year Refer to page 160
Course Intake: Feb, Apr, May, Jun, Aug, Oct
Duration: 3 years Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance
Website: www.mbs.edu.sg (Conferred by University of London)
Refer to page 162 Singapore Institute of Commerce
Entry Requirements: A-Level or equivalent
Bachelor of Science in Accounting & Finance Course Fee: S$4,200/year
COURSES

(Conferred by University of London) Course Intake: Aug


Nanyang Yuwen School of Commerce Pte Ltd Duration: 3 years
Entry Requirements: At least High School education Refer to page 151

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Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance Bachelor of Science in Banking & Finance
(Conferred by University of London) BMC Academy
Singapore Institute of Management Entry Requirements: 17 yrs and above, grade C or
Entry Requirements: UOL Diploma in Economics, SIM above in 4 separate O-Level subjects
Diploma in Management Studies Course Fee: S$2,888
Course Fee: Approx S$16,000 Course Intake: Monthly
Course Intake: Aug Duration: 3 - 4 years
Duration: 2 years Refer to page 157
Website: www.sim.edu.sg
Refer to page 151 Bachelor of Science in Banking and Finance
(Conferred by University of London, UK)
Institute of Technology
Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance Entry Requirements: Senior high school, with IELTS
(Conferred by University of London, London Sch of 5.5 or A-Level or Poly Diploma
Economics) Course Fee: S$56,000
Stansfield College Course Intake: Mar, Sep
Entry Requirements: A-Level equivalent Duration: 4 years
Course Fee: S$3,300/year Website: www.sit.edu.sg
Course Intake: Mar, Jun, Sep Refer to page 160
Duration: 3 years
Refer to page 153 Bachelor of Science in Banking and Finance
(Conferred by University of London)
Singapore Institute of Management
Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance Entry Requirements: Selected High Sch Cert, UOL
(Conferred by University of London) Diploma in Economics, SIM-Dipl in Management
The TESOL Training Centre Studies
Entry Requirements: 2 GCE A-Level and 3 GCE Course Fee: Approx S$16,000
O-Level; at least 17 years old Course Intake: Aug
Course Fee: S$24,000 (FT) / S$19,500 (PT) Duration: 2 years
Course Intake: Monthly Website: www.sim.edu.sg
Duration: 3 years Refer to page 151
Website: www.teachtesol.org
Refer to page 166 Bachelor of Science in Banking and Finance
(Conferred by University of London, London Sch of
Economics)
Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Law Stansfield College
(Conferred by University of London, London Sch of Entry Requirements: A-Level equivalent
Economics) Course Fee: S$3,300/year
Stansfield College Course Intake: Mar, Jun, Sep
Entry Requirements: A-Level equivalent Duration: 3 years
Course Fee: S$3,300/year Refer to page 153
Course Intake: Mar, Jun, Sep
Duration: 3 years
Refer to page 153 POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES
(Private Schools)
Bachelor of Science in Accounting with Law
(Conferred by University of London, UK) ACCA Professional Scheme
Institute of Technology (Conferred by ACCA UK)
Entry Requirements: Senior high school, with IELTS FTC Training Centre
5.5 or A-Level or Poly Diploma Entry Requirements: Diploma or A-Level
Course Fee: S$56,000 Course Fee: S$11,415
Course Intake: Mar, Sep Course Intake: Jan, Jul
COURSES

Duration: 4 years Duration: 3 years


Website: www.sit.edu.sg Website: www.accaglobal.com
Refer to page 160 Refer to page 143

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CITECH Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Services Higher Diploma in Accounting and Finance
Chartered Institute of Technology FTMS Global
Entry Requirements: Diploma holders in related fields Course Intake: Feb, Apr, Jul, Sep, Nov
or equivalent professional Duration: 10/14 months
Course Fee: S$6,650 Refer to page 143
Course Intake: Feb, May, Aug, Nov
Duration: 1 year (FT) / 1 - 2 years (PT) Higher Diploma in Marketing Management
Website: www.citech.edu.sg FTMS Global
Refer to page 158 Course Intake: Feb, Apr, Jul, Sep, Nov
Duration: 10/14 months
Diploma in Accounting and Finance Refer to page 143
(Conferred by University of London, London Sch of
Economics) ACCA Certified Accounting Technician (CAT)
Stansfield College (Conferred by ACCA)
Entry Requirements: First degree FTMS Global
Course Fee: S$3,300/year Duration: 1 - 1.5 years
Course Intake: Mar, Jun, Sep Refer to page 143
Duration: 2 years
Refer to page 153 Certified Accounting Technician (CAT)
(Conferred by ACCA UK)
Diploma in Accounting with Law FTC Training Centre
(Conferred by University of London, London Sch of Entry Requirements: 16 years old
Economics) Course Fee: S$3,540
Stansfield College Course Intake: Jan, Mar, Jul, Sep
Entry Requirements: First degree Duration: 1.5 years
Course Fee: S$3,300/year Website: www.accaglobal.com
Course Intake: Mar, Jun, Sep Refer to page 143
Duration: 2 years
Refer to page 153 Certified Accounting Technician (CAT)
(Conferred by Association of Chartered Certified
Diploma in Banking and Finance Accountants)
(Conferred by University of London, London Sch of Singapore Accountancy Academy
Economics) Entry Requirements: At least 16 yrs old, no formal
Stansfield College academic and accounting knowledge required
Entry Requirements: First degree Course Fee: S$290 - S$420/paper
Course Fee: S$3,300/year Course Intake: Jan, Apr, Jul, Oct
Course Intake: Mar, Jun, Sep Duration: Approx 1.5 years
Duration: 2 years Website: http://www.saa.org.sg
Refer to page 153 Refer to page 150

Advanced Diploma in Accounting Diploma for Graduates in Accounting


(Conferred by TAFE, Charles Darwin University) (Conferred by University of London, London Sch of
T.E.D. Huaxia Institute Economics)
Entry Requirements: GCE A-Level or equivalent or Stansfield College
ITE/Polytechnic graduates Entry Requirements: First degree
Course Fee: S$17,520 Course Fee: S$3,300/year
Duration: 24 months Course Intake: Mar, Jun, Sep
Refer to page 166 Duration: 1 year
Refer to page 153
BTEC Higher National Diploma (Business)
St Francis Methodist School Diploma for Graduates in Banking
Entry Requirements: 5 O-Level passes or equivalent (Conferred by University of London, London Sch of
Course Fee: S$11,000 Economics)
COURSES

Duration: 3 years Stansfield College


Website: www.sfms.edu.sg Entry Requirements: First degree
Refer to page 152 Course Fee: S$3,300/year

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Course Intake: Mar, Jun, Sep Course Fee: S$300 - S$400/paper


Duration: 1 year Course Intake: Jan, Jul
Refer to page 153 Duration: Approx 1 year
Website: http://www.saa.org.sg
Diploma for Graduates in Finance Refer to page 150
(Conferred by University of London, London Sch of
Economics) Higher National Diploma in Accounting
Stansfield College (Conferred by James Watt College of Further & Higher
Entry Requirements: First degree Education)
Course Fee: S$3,300/year AEC Edu Group Pte Ltd
Course Intake: Mar, Jun, Sep Entry Requirements: Year 12, A-Level, non-related
Duration: 1 year diploma, IELTS/TOFEL
Refer to page 153 Course Fee: S$14,400
Course Intake: Jan, Mar, May, Aug, Oct
Diploma in Accounting Duration: 15 months (FT) / 24 months (PT)
(Conferred by LCCI Board) Website: www.aec.edu.sg
Camford Business School Pte Ltd Refer to page 140
Entry Requirements: Basic knowledge in Accounting,
working experiences related in Accounts ICPAS Diploma in Professional Accounting
Course Fee: S$1,888 Singapore Accountancy Academy
Duration: 12 months Entry Requirements: 5 GCE O-Level, ITE, partial
Website: www.cesgroup.com.sg ACCA/CAT, GCE A-Level with 9 points for
Refer to page 157 3 subjects
Course Fee: S$5,200
Diploma in Accounting and Finance Course Intake: Feb, Jul
FTMS Global Duration: Approximately 12 months
Course Intake: Feb, Apr, Jul, Sep, Nov Website: http://www.saa.org.sg
Duration: 10/14 months Refer to page 150
Refer to page 143
International Advanced Diploma in Accounting
Diploma in Business Informatics Institute
HEG Centre for Higher Education Entry Requirements: International Diploma in
Accounting from Informatics Academy or
Entry Requirements: N/O-Level or based on working
equivalent
experience
Course Fee: S$6,800
Course Fee: S$5,000 (FT) / S$4,000 (PT)
Duration: 1 year
Course Intake: Feb, May, Aug, Nov
Website: www.informatics.edu.sg/institute
Duration: 12 months
Refer to page 145
Website: http://www.heg.edu.sg/bachelorofBiz.html
Refer to page 159
International Diploma in Accounting
Informatics Institute
Diploma in Computerised Accounting
Entry Requirements: Minimum 16 years old,
(Conferred by LCCI) N/O-Level or high school certificate or equivalent
Rex Commercial School Course Fee: S$6,800
Entry Requirements: 16 years old Duration: 1 year
Course Fee: S$4,800 Website: www.informatics.edu.sg/institute
Course Intake: Jan, Apr, Jul, Oct Refer to page 145
Duration: 12 months
Website: www.bradfordrex.com.sg LCCI Diploma in Accounting
Refer to page 164 (Conferred by London Chamber Commerce Industry)
Dimensions Commercial School Pte Ltd
Diploma in Taxation Entry Requirements: Completed secondary level
(Conferred by Association of Taxation Technicians Course Intake: Quarterly
Singapore (ATTS)) Duration: 12 months
COURSES

Singapore Accountancy Academy Website: http://www.sipbowei.com &


Entry Requirements: At least 16 years old, 5 GCE http://www.dimensions.edu.sg
O-Level required Refer to page 158

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LCCI Diploma in Accounting Diploma in Accountancy


(Conferred by LCCI) Singapore Polytechnic
Monash Business School Pte Ltd Entry Requirements: O-Level or equivalent
Entry Requirements: O-Level Course Fee: S$2,260/year
Course Fee: S$3,500/year Course Intake: Apr
Course Intake: Feb, Apr, May, Jun, Aug, Oct Duration: 3 years
Duration: 1 year Refer to page 125
Website: www.mbs.edu.sg
Refer to page 162 Diploma in Accounting and Finance
Temasek Polytechnic
Entry Requirements: O-Level or equivalent
LCCI Diploma in Accounting Course Fee: S$2,310/year
(Conferred by LCCI, UK) Course Intake: Apr
The Turning Point Business School Duration: 3 years
Entry Requirements: Recognized qualification Refer to page 125
Course Fee: S$1,800
Course Intake: Jan, Apr, Aug Diploma in Banking & Financial Services
Duration: 12 months Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Website: www.turningpoint.edu.sg Entry Requirements: O-Level or equivalent
Refer to page 166 Course Fee: S$2,260/year
Course Intake: Apr
Duration: 3 years
LCCI Diploma in Accounting / Costing Website: www.np.edu.sg/aa
(Conferred by LCCI) Refer to page 124
Systematic Commercial Training Centre
Entry Requirements: Applicants must be at least Diploma in Banking & Financial Services
16 years old Singapore Polytechnic
Course Fee: S$3,600/year Entry Requirements: O-Level or equivalent
Course Intake: Jan, Jul Course Fee: S$2,260/year
Duration: 1.5 years Course Intake: Apr
Website: www.systematic.com.sg Duration: 3 years
Refer to page 165 Refer to page 125

CERTIFICATE & OTHER COURSES


Raffles Diploma in Commerce
(Private Schools)
Raffles Campus Business School
Entry Requirements: 10, 12 years of education or
equivalent Higher NITEC in Accounting
(Conferred by Institute of Technical Education)
Course Fee: S$15,800 - S$18,800/course
JE Computer & Education Centre Pte Ltd
Course Intake: Feb, Jun, Jul, Oct
Entry Requirements: 3 O-Level with English &
Duration: 12 - 18 months
Mathematics
Website: www.rafflescampus.com
Course Fee: S$2,680
Refer to page 163
Course Intake: Jan, Mar, May, Jul, Sep, Nov
Duration: 12 months
Website: www.jecomputer-school.com.sg
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND Refer to page 161
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES
(Polytechnics & Technical Institutes) LCCI (Accounting)
(Conferred by LCCI)
Diploma in Accountancy Nanyang Yuwen School of Commerce Pte Ltd
Ngee Ann Polytechnic Entry Requirements: At least Junior High School,
Entry Requirements: O-Level or equivalent minimum 16 years old
Course Fee: S$2,260/year Course Fee: S$6,000 annually
Course Intake: Apr Course Intake: Quarterly
COURSES

Duration: 3 years Duration: 1 year


Website: www.np.edu.sg/aa Website: www.yuwen.edu.sg
Refer to page 124 Refer to page 162

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ACCA Professional Scheme Certified Accounting Technician


Uptrend Business School AEC Edu Group Pte Ltd
Entry Requirements: Diploma in Accounting Entry Requirements: At least 16 years of age,
Course Fee: S$3,300/year proficient in English
Duration: 2 years Course Fee: S$4,000 (incl International student fees)
Refer to page 167 Course Intake: Jan, Jul
Duration: 1.5 years (FT) / 2.5 years (PT)
Website: www.aec.edu.sg
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants Refer to page 140
(ACCA)
FTMS Global Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)
Course Intake: Jan, Mar, Jul, Sep (Conferred by CFA)
Duration: >2.5 years FTMS Global
Refer to page 143 Duration: 3 years
Refer to page 143

Association of Chartered Certified Accountants CIMA


(ACCA) (Conferred by CIMA, UK)
N2P2 Professional Training Centre N2P2 Professional Training Centre
Course Fee: S$7,000 Course Fee: S$7,000
Course Intake: Throughout the year Course Intake: Throughout the year
Duration: 2 - 3 years Duration: 2 - 3 years
Website: www.accaglobal.com Website: www.cimaglobal.com
Refer to page 162 Refer to page 162

Association of Chartered Certified Accountants AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE,


(ACCA) LANDSCAPE
Singapore Accountancy Academy
Entry Requirements: 2 A-Level & 3 O-Level or at least POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND
21 yrs old and under the mature student entry OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES
Course Fee: S$380 - S$525/paper (Polytechnics & Technical Institutes)
Course Intake: Jan, Apr, Jul, Oct
Duration: Approx 3 years Diploma in Horticulture & Landscape Management
Website: http://www.saa.org.sg Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Refer to page 150 Entry Requirements: O-Level or equivalent
Course Fee: S$2,260/year
Course Intake: Apr
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants Duration: 3 years
(ACCA) Website: www.np.edu.sg/aa
Systematic Commercial Training Centre Refer to page 124
Entry Requirements: Applicants must be at least
21 years old
Course Fee: S$4,800/year ARCHITECTURE
Course Intake: Jan, Mar, Jul, Sep
Duration: 3 years POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE
Website: www.systematic.com.sg COURSES
Refer to page 165 (Universities)

Doctor of Philosophy in School of Design &


AUSMAT (Australian Yr 11 & 12) Environment (By Research)
(Conferred by Curriculum Council of Western Aust) National University of Singapore (Graduate)
St Francis Methodist School Entry Requirements: Good Master’s degree in relevant
Course Fee: S$11,000 field
COURSES

Duration: 2 years Course Intake: Aug, Jan


Website: www.sfms.edu.sg Duration: 3 - 5 years
Refer to page 152 Refer to page 134

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Master of Architecture (By Coursework) Master of Science in Building Science


National University of Singapore (Graduate) (By Coursework)
Entry Requirements: Good Bachelor’s degree in National University of Singapore (Graduate)
Architecture (TOEFL/GRE/GMAT) Entry Requirements: Good Bachelor’s degree in
Course Intake: Aug, Jan relevant field (TOEFL/GRE/GMAT)
Duration: 1 year Course Intake: Aug, Jan
Website: www.arch.nus.edu.sg/doa/flyer/flyer-1.html Duration: 1 - 2 years
Refer to page 134 Website: www.sde.nus.edu.sg/acad/graduate.html
Refer to page 134

Master of Arts (Architecture) (By Research)


Master of Science in Construction Law & Arbitration
National University of Singapore (Graduate)
(By Coursework)
Entry Requirements: Good Bachelor’s degree in
National University of Singapore (Graduate)
Architecture (TOEFL/GRE/GMAT)
Entry Requirements: Good Bachelor’s degree in
Course Intake: Aug, Jan
relevant field and 2 years’ working experience
Duration: 1 - 2 years
Course Intake: Aug, Jan
Website: www.sde.nus.edu.sg/drgs.htm
Duration: 2 years
Refer to page 134
Website: www.sde.nus.edu.sg/acad/graduate.html
Refer to page 134

Master of Arts (Urban Design) (By Coursework)


National University of Singapore (Graduate) Master of Science in Project Management
Entry Requirements: Good Bachelor’s degree in (By Coursework)
Architecture (TOEFL/GRE/GMAT) National University of Singapore (Graduate)
Course Intake: Aug, Jan Entry Requirements: Good Bachelor’s degree in
Duration: 1 year relevant field (TOEFL/GRE/GMAT)
Website: www.sde.nus.edu.sg/drgs_Programmes.htm Course Intake: Aug, Jan
Refer to page 134 Duration: 1 - 2 years
Website: www.sde.nus.edu.sg/acad/graduate.html
Refer to page 134
Master of Philosophy in Industrial Design
(By Research) Bachelor of Arts (Architecture) (Hons)
National University of Singapore (Graduate) National University of Singapore
Entry Requirements: Good Bachelor’s degree in Entry Requirements: High School Graduates. Please
relevant field (TOEFL/GRE/GMAT) refer to www.nus.edu.sg/admissions/undergrad
Course Intake: Aug, Jan Course Fee: S$6,520/year
Duration: 1 - 2 years Course Intake: Aug
Website: www.sde.nus.edu.sg/acad/graduate.html Duration: 4 years
Refer to page 134 Website: www.sde.nus.edu.sg
Refer to page 133

Master of Science (Building) (By Research)


National University of Singapore (Graduate) POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE
Entry Requirements: Good Bachelor’s degree in COURSES
relevant field (TOEFL/GRE/GMAT) (Private Schools)
Duration: 1 - 2 years
Refer to page 134 Bachelor of Arts in Interior Architecture
(Conferred by Curtin University of Technology,
Australia)
Master of Science in Building (By Research) Raffles Design Institute (Singapore)
National University of Singapore (Graduate) Entry Requirements: Diploma or equivalent
Entry Requirements: Good Bachelor’s degree in Course Fee: S$16,500/course
COURSES

relevant field (TOEFL/GRE/GMAT) Course Intake: Jan, Jul


Duration: 1 - 3 years Duration: 1 year 3 months
Refer to page 134 Refer to page 149

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POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND Course Fee: S$4,790/year


OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES Duration: 2 - 5 years
(Private Schools) Website: www.ntu.edu.sg/GradStudies/home/
Refer to page 132
Advanced Diploma in Architecture
Portman Business School Master of Science (School of Biological Sciences)
Entry Requirements: A-Level, diploma or equivalent or Nanyang Technological University (Graduate)
matured candidates Entry Requirements: Bachelor’s degree with honours
Course Fee: S$10,000/course at least at second class level
Course Intake: Feb, May, Aug, Nov Course Fee: S$4,790/year
Duration: 16 months Duration: 1 - 3 years
Refer to page 163 Website: www.ntu.edu.sg/GradStudies/home/
Refer to page 132
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES Bachelor of Engineering (Bioengineering)
(Polytechnics & Technical Institutes) Nanyang Technological University
Entry Requirements: Math & Physics/Chemistry/
Diploma in Architecture Biology at Senior High & Physics at Junior High
Singapore Polytechnic Course Fee: S$6,520/year
Entry Requirements: O-Level or equivalent Course Intake: Aug
Course Fee: S$2,260/year Duration: 4 years
Course Intake: Apr Website: www.ntu.edu.sg/scbe
Duration: 3 years Refer to page 132
Refer to page 125

Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical and Biomolecular


BIOSCIENCES, BIOTECHNOLOGY Engineering)
Nanyang Technological University
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE Entry Requirements: Math & Chemistry at Senior High
COURSES & Physics at Junior High
(Universities) Course Fee: S$6,520/year
Course Intake: Aug
Doctor in Philosophy Duration: 4 years
NUS Graduate School for Integrative Sciences and Website: www.ntu.edu.sg/scbe
Engineering (NGS) Refer to page 132
Entry Requirements: 1st Class Honours or 2nd Upper
Honours and good A-Level results
Bachelor of Medicine (Chinese Medicine)
Course Intake: Jan, Jul
(Conferred by Nanyang Technological University &
Duration: 4 + 2 (2 year post-doctoral fellowship)
Beijing University of Chinese Medicine)
Website: www.ngs.nus.edu.sg/awards.shtml
Nanyang Technological University
Refer to page 135
Course Fee: S$6,520/year
Course Intake: Aug
Doctor in Philosophy
Duration: 5 years
NUS Graduate School for Integrative Sciences and
Website: www.ntu.edu.sg/sbs
Engineering (NGS)
Refer to page 132
Entry Requirements: 1st Class Honours or 2nd Upper
Honours, or equivalent qualifications
Course Intake: Jan, Jul Bachelor of Science (Biological Sciences) (Hons)
Duration: 4 years Nanyang Technological University
Website: www.ngs.nus.edu.sg/NGSS.shtml Entry Requirements: Math & Physics/Chemistry/
Refer to page 135 Biology at Senior High & Biology at Junior High
Course Fee: S$6,520/year
Doctor of Philosophy (School of Biological Sciences) Course Intake: Aug
COURSES

Nanyang Technological University (Graduate) Duration: 4 years


Entry Requirements: Bachelor’s degree, Master’s Website: www.ntu.edu.sg/sbs/
degree (research-based) Refer to page 132

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Bachelor of Science (Hons) (Biomedical Sciences) Diploma in Biomedical Sciences


(Conferred by Nanyang Technological University & Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Beijing University of Chinese Medicine) Entry Requirements: O-Level or equivalent
Nanyang Technological University Course Fee: S$2,260/year
Course Fee: S$6,520/year Course Intake: Apr
Course Intake: Aug Duration: 3 years
Duration: 5 years Website: www.np.edu.sg/aa
Website: www.ntu.edu.sg/sbs Refer to page 124
Refer to page 132
Diploma in Biomedical Sciences
POST GRAD/HIGHER/ADVANCED DIPLOMA AND Republic Polytechnic
OTHER DIPLOMA COURSES Entry Requirements: Foreign qualifications (refer to
(Polytechnics & Technical Institutes) www.rp.sg for list of foreign qualifications)
Course Fee: S$12,160 (as of AY06/07)
Specialist Diploma in Infection Control Course Intake: Apr
Ngee Ann Polytechnic Duration: 3 years
Entry Requirements: Recognised Polytechnic diploma Website: http://www.rp.edu.sg/courses/
Course Fee: S$5,145 appliedscience/biomedsci/index.asp
Course Intake: Apr Refer to page 124
Duration: 1 year
Website: www.np.edu.sg/cpd
Diploma in Biomedical Sciences
Refer to page 124
Temasek Polytechnic
Specialist Diploma in Molecular Biotechnology Entry Requirements: O-Level or equivalent
Ngee Ann Polytechnic Course Fee: S$2,310/year
Entry Requirements: Recognised Polytechnic diploma Course Intake: Apr
or degree Duration: 3 years
Course Fee: S$3,344.25 Refer to page 125
Course Intake: Apr
Duration: 1.5 year Diploma in Biotechnology
Website: www.np.edu/sg/cpd Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Refer to page 124 Entry Requirements: O-Level or equivalent
Course Fee: S$2,260/year
Diploma in Applied Food Science and Nutrition Course Intake: Apr
Temasek Polytechnic Duration: 3 years
Entry Requirements: O-Level or equivalent Website: www.np.edu.sg/aa
Course Fee: S$2,310/year Refer to page 124
Course Intake: Apr
Duration: 3 years
Diploma in Biotechnology
Refer to page 125
Republic Polytechnic
Entry Requirements: Foreign Qualifications (refer to
Diploma in Biomedical Engineering
www.rp.sg for list of foreign qualifications)
Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Course Fee: S$12,160 (as of AY06/07)
Entry Requirements: O-Level or equivalent
Course Intake: Apr
Course Fee: S$2,260/year
Duration: 3 years
Course Intake: Apr
Website: http://www.rp.edu.sg/courses/
Duration: 3 years
Website: www.np.edu.sg/aa appliedscience/biotechnology/index.asp
Refer to page 124 Refer to page 124

Diploma in Biomedical Informatics and Engineering Diploma in Biotechnology


Temasek Polytechnic Temasek Polytechnic
Entry Requirements: O-Level or equivalent Entry Requirements: O-Level or equivalent
Course Fee: S$2,310/year Course Fee: S$2,310/year
COURSES

Course Intake: Apr Course Intake: Apr


Duration: 3 years Duration: 3 years
Refer to page 125 Refer to page 125

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Diploma in Biotechnology & Medical Technology


BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT,
Singapore Polytechnic
Entry Requirements: O-Level or equivalent ECONOMICS
Course Fee: S$2,260/year
POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE
Course Intake: Apr
COURSES
Duration: 3 years
(Universities)
Refer to page 125
Doctor of Philosophy (Nanyang Business School)
Diploma in Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Nanyang Technological University (Graduate)
Ngee Ann Polytechnic Entry Requirements: Bachelor’s degree, Master’s
Entry Requirements: O-Level or equivalent degree (research-based), GMAT or GRE & TOEFL
Course Fee: S$2,260/year Course Fee: S$4,790/year
Course Intake: Apr Duration: 2 - 5 years
Duration: 3 years Website: www.ntu.edu.sg/GradStudies/home/
Website: www.np.edu.sg/aa Refer to page 132
Refer to page 124
Doctor of Philosophy in Dept of Economics
Diploma in Chemical Engineering (By Research)
Temasek Polytechnic National University of Singapore (Graduate)
Entry Requirements: O-Level or equivalent Entry Requirements: Good Master’s degree in
Course Fee: S$2,310/year Economics
Course Intake: Apr Course Intake: Aug, Jan
Duration: 3 years Duration: 2 - 5 years
Refer to page 125 Refer to page 134

Doctor of Philosophy in Management


Diploma in Consumer Science and Technology
(Conferred by NUS)
Temasek Polytechnic
NUS Business School
Entry Requirements: O-Level or equivalent
Duration: 2 - 5 years
Course Fee: S$2,310/year
Website: www.bschool.nus.edu.sg/
Course Intake: Apr
Refer to page 134
Duration: 3 years
Refer to page 125
Master of Science/Doctor of Philosophy
(Business School)
Diploma in Materials Science National University of Singapore (Graduate)
Republic Polytechnic Entry Requirements: Good Bachelor’s degree GMAT/
Entry Requirements: Foreign Qualifications (refer to TOEFL
www.rp.sg for list of foreign qualifications) Duration: 2 - 5 years
Course Fee: S$12,160 (as of AY06/07) Website: www.bschool.nus.edu/Programs/PhDMSc/
Course Intake: Apr areaofresearch.htm
Duration: 3 years Refer to page 134
Website: http://www.rp.edu.sg/courses/
appliedscience/matsciences/index.asp Asia-Pacific Executive MBA (APEX-MBA) (Chinese)
Refer to page 124 National University of Singapore (Graduate)
Entry Requirements: Good Bachelor’s degree GMAT/
Diploma in Pharmaceutical Sciences TOEFL
Republic Polytechnic Duration: 2 years
Entry Requirements: Foreign Qualifications (refer to Website: http://bschool.nus.edu.sg/apexc/
www.rp.sg for list of foreign qualifications) Refer to page 134
Course Fee: S$12,160 (as of AY06/07)
Course Intake: Apr Asia-Pacific Executive MBA (APEX-MBA) (English)
Duration: 3 years National University of Singapore (Graduate)
COURSES

Website: http://www.rp.edu.sg/courses/ Entry Requirements: Good Bachelor’s degree GMAT/


appliedscience/dphm/index.asp TOEFL
Refer to page 124 Duration: 2 years

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Website: http://bschool.nus.edu.sg/apexe/ Duration: 2 years


Refer to page 134 Website: http://bschool.nus.edu.sg/imba
Refer to page 134
ESSEC MBA
(Conferred by ESSEC) Master of Business Administration
ESSEC Asian Center INSEAD
Entry Requirements: Bachelor degree, GMAT Entry Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
(min 600, average 670), professional experience and 5 years’ working experience
Course Fee: S$68,000 for non-EU students Course Fee: 43,500 Euro/course
Course Intake: Sep Course Intake: Jan, Aug
Duration: 2 years, including 6 months in Singapore Duration: 1 year
Website: www.essec.edu Refer to page 129
Refer to page 128
Master of Business Administration
Executive Master of Business Administration Nanyang Technological University (Graduate)
(Conferred by University of Chicago) Entry Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or equiv.
University of Chicago Graduate School of Business GMAT and GRE or equiv. and 2 years work
Entry Requirements: About 10 to 14 years of working experience
experience, undergraduate &/or professional cert Course Fee: S$24,000/course
Course Fee: US$89,500 (2005 tuition fee) Duration: 16 months
Course Intake: Jun Website: www.ntu.edu.sg/GradStudies/home/
Duration: 20 months Refer to page 132
Website: ChicagoGSB.edu/execmba
Refer to page 137
Master of Business Administration
National University of Singapore (Graduate)
Executive MBA
Entry Requirements: Good Bachelor’s degree GMAT/
Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological
TOEFL
University (Office of Executive Education)
Duration: 2 years
Entry Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or equiv and
Website: http://bschool.nus.edu.sg/mba/
proficiency in English and min 8 yrs work experie
Refer to page 134
Course Intake: Jan, Mar, May, Jul, Sep, Nov
Duration: 18 months - 2.5 years
Website: www.execed.ntu.edu.sg Master of Business Administration
Refer to page 131 (Conferred by NUS)
NUS Business School
Executive MBA Duration: 2 years
S. P. Jain Center of Management Website: www.bsch