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  2. Ministry of Education (Singapore) - Wikipedia

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    Every Singapore citizen from the age of 25 is given S$500 (approximately $370) by the Singapore government for the SkillsFuture Credit to invest in their personal learning. This sum can be used for continuing education courses in local tertiary institutions, as well as short courses provided by MOOC providers such as Udemy, Coursera, and edX .

  3. Monetary Authority of Singapore - Wikipedia

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    The Monetary Authority of Singapore ( MAS) is the central bank and financial regulatory authority of Singapore. It administers the various statutes pertaining to money, banking, insurance, securities and the financial sector in general, as well as currency issuance.

  4. Ministry of Home Affairs (Singapore) - Wikipedia

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    The Ministry of Home Affairs was set up in 1959 when Singapore attained self-governance. Housed at the Empress Place Building, it remained there until 16 September 1963 when Singapore joined Malaysia and internal affairs became a federal responsibility.

  5. List of secondary schools in Singapore - Wikipedia

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    Most secondary schools in Singapore offer a four-year Express course (Special course for Special Assistance Plan schools) or a five-year course leading to the Singapore-Cambridge GCE Ordinary Level. Some schools offer the six-year Integrated Programme, which lead to the Singapore-Cambridge GCE Advanced Level or International Baccalaureate Diploma.

  6. Ministry of Education Language Centre - Wikipedia

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    The Ministry of Education Language Centre (Abbreviation: MOELC) is a centralised educational institution for students in Singapore's education system to learn additional languages. There are two campuses located in Bishan and Newton , which are managed by the Ministry of Education of Singapore.

  7. Ministry of Manpower (Singapore) - Wikipedia

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    Ministry of Manpower building at Havelock Road, Singapore. The Ministry oversees 3 statutory boards, the Central Provident Fund Board, the Singapore Labour Foundation and Workforce Singapore. Ministers The Ministry is headed by the Minister for Manpower, who is appointed as part of the Cabinet of Singapore. The incumbent minister is Tan See Leng.

  8. List of Singapore abbreviations - Wikipedia

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    When SAFTI (Singapore Armed Forces Training Institute) was reorganised in 1995, it acquired the name SAFTI Military Institute, further abbreviated as SAFTI MI, which when fully expanded would form a rather awkward title Singapore Armed Forces Training Institute Military Institute . Abbreviations 0–9 4D - 4-Digits, a Singapore lottery

  9. Academic grading in Singapore - Wikipedia

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    Normal (Technical) stream students are graded along the Overall Grade grading system throughout their entire education in secondary schools. Non-academic subjects like Character and Citizenship Education and Music are graded with an alphabetical grading system of A, B, C or D. Overall grade. A1: 75% - 100%. A2: 70% - 74%.