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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 University (UniSIM) was a publicly funded, private university in Singapore approved by the Ministry of Education. Its enrolment was close to 10,000 students. In 2017, UniSIM was restructured into the Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) and became Singapore's sixth autonomous university under the ambit of the Ministry of Education ...

  4. Education in Taiwan - Wikipedia

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    The Ministry of Education has been promoting vocational education and trying to persuade young Taiwanese to consider vocational schools as an alternative route to attending university. Junior colleges. Junior colleges can be classified into 5-year junior colleges and 2-year junior colleges according to entry requirement.

  5. Education - Wikipedia

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    Higher education, also called tertiary, third stage, or postsecondary education, is the non-compulsory educational level that follows the completion of a school such as a high school or secondary school. Tertiary education is normally taken to include undergraduate and postgraduate education, as well as vocational education and training ...

  6. GEMS Education - Wikipedia

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    GEMS Education, founded as Global Education Management Systems (GEMS), is an international education company. It is a global advisory and educational management firm, and is the largest operator [ citation needed ] of kindergarten-to-grade-12 schools in the world, with (as of 2021) a network of over 80 schools in over a dozen countries.

  7. Education in Thailand - Wikipedia

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    With the aid of foreign - mainly English - advisers a Department of Education was established by the king in 1887 by which time 34 schools, with over 80 teachers and almost 2,000 students, were in operation and as part of the king’s programme to establish ministries, in 1892 the department became the Ministry of Education.

  8. History of the Republic of Singapore - Wikipedia

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    A large portion, around one-fifth of Singapore's budget, was devoted to education to facilitate a large and competent workforce upon graduation. The government of Singapore currently maintains it at this level. New housing. There was a lack of good housing and a proliferation of squatter settlements. Combined with the high unemployment rate ...

  9. ITE College Central - Wikipedia

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    Ministry of Education ITE College Central ( ITECC ) is one of the Institute of Technical Education 's three colleges under the "One ITE System, Three Colleges" Governance and Education Model. The college also houses the headquarter of the Institute of Technical Education.