A one-stop hub to groom entrepreneurs and start-ups in Singapore is expected to open its doors in January 2015. Located at one-north, LaunchPad aims to...

EE TECK LEE: Our scholars are the ones who should have maximum exposure. Living abroad, being exposed to different cultures, coming into contact with...

Minister for Social and Family Development Chan Chun Sing has announced three new initiatives for Early Childhood professionals, which he says will will...

PHILLIP ANG: The PAP is bent on having less university graduates in the workforce. Last year, Khaw Boon Wan, MND minister turned ‘nutritionist’, advised...

The emphasis on high stakes examinations has often led to an increased level of stress and anxiety for not only students but also for their parents as...

KWAN JIN YAO: Even though most know the degree is just a knock on the door, it still matters. On average starting salaries and benefits are higher for...

CHUA CHIN LENG: Khaw Boon Wan was gazing at this crystal ball and foresaw that car ownership would no longer be fashionable to the young in the future....

80% of Singaporean parents will consider sending their children overseas to study. They say the key benefits of studying abroad include international...

PRISCILLA POH: To embrace non-graduate workers, a change in perception is indeed much needed. Every nation requires people with different talents to drive...

We refer to the Ministry ofManpower’s (MOM) Yearbook of Manpowe Statistics 2014, The median gross monthly starting salary of university graduates in...

LETTERS: The $350 millions every yr govt spend is for high talented foreign students come here study, not normal foreign students! It is money well spend,...

Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong glossed over several key issues regarding Singaporeans, and living in Singapore on chat show ASK PM. Throughout...

Babies exposed to two languages display better learning and memory skills than those who are exposed to one language. This was the finding of a study...

VICTOR ONG: Singaporeans are a realistic people. And while the success stories of non-graduates in the news recently were inspiring, these may not change...