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  2. Education in Singapore - Wikipedia

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    Primary education is free for all Singapore citizens in schools under the purview of the Ministry of Education, though there is a monthly miscellaneous fee of up to SGD 13 per student. From 2020 it was announced that there would be a cap of 25–30% for Permanent Resident children entering into 10 primary schools which had PR admissions close ...

  3. Singapore Institute of Management - Wikipedia

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    SIM Global Education (SIM GE) is a private education institute. It offers diploma, Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes with universities from Australia, Europe, the United Kingdom and the United States. The institution has 16,000 students with about 30% being full-time international students from over 40 countries.

  4. Madrasahs in Singapore - Wikipedia

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    Madrasahs in Singapore are full-time, religious institutions that offer a pedagogical mix of Islamic religious education and secular education in their curricula.While the Arabic term 'madrasah' literally translates to 'school', whether religious or secular, the term 'madrasah' is legally and colloquially defined in Singapore today as an 'Islamic religious school'.

  5. Secretary of State for Education - Wikipedia

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    Education Secretary (informal) The Right Honourable (UK and the Commonwealth) Status Secretary of state Minister of the Crown Member of Cabinet Privy Council Reports to The Prime Minister Seat Westminster Appointer The Crown on advice of the Prime Minister Term length At Her Majesty's pleasure Formation 10 April 1992 First holder

  6. SMK Pendidikan Khas Persekutuan - Wikipedia

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    Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Pendidikan Khas Persekutuan (the Federation Special Education National Secondary School, formerly known as the Federation School for the Deaf) is a school in Penang, Malaysia. Currently located at 600H, Vale of Tempe Road, 11200 Tanjung Bungah, it was the pioneer deaf school in Malaysia .

  7. Labour movement of Singapore - Wikipedia

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    25 October 1965. The National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) spearheads the labour movement of Singapore, which represents almost a million workers in the country across more than 70 unions, affiliated associations and related organisations. Singapore runs on a tripartism model which aims to offers competitive advantages for the country by ...

  8. Management Development Institute of Singapore - Wikipedia

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    It was announced on 28 June 2010 that MDIS would be setting up an S$130 million overseas 30-acre (120,000 m 2) campus in Iskandar Malaysia which is expected to start work at the end of 2011. MDIS Malaysia is expected to be five times as big as the MDIS Campus in Singapore. In 2015, MDIS planned to establish a campus in Chennai, India.

  9. Methodist Girls' School, Singapore - Wikipedia

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    Methodist Girls' School (MGS) is an independent Methodist girls' school in Bukit Timah, Singapore, founded in 1887 by Australian missionary Sophia Blackmore. It offers a six-year primary education in its primary school section and a four-year secondary education in its secondary school section.