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Singapore • Affaires • Droit
Architecture • Dentisterie, Chirurgie Buccale • Médecine, Général, Interne • Pharmacologie, Pharmacie
Fondée par Russell Conwell en 1884, elle compte environ 39 000 étudiants (c'est le 28e plus gros campus des États-Unis) en droit, éducation, média, communication, commerce, médecine, art, musique, etc.
Singapore • Affaires • Médecine, Général, Interne
Singapore • Management
Previously, SIM university only admitted part-time students but began to offer publicly-funded university places in 2014. Though a private university, eligible students are able to enjoy government tuition fee subsidy, government loans and bursaries for their undergraduate education.
As of 2014 the patron of the university is Tony Tan Keng Yam, President of Singapore. The Chancellor of the university is Professor Cham Tao Soon, who was the founding president of Nanyang Technological University (NTU). The Founding President of SIM University is Professor Cheong Hee Kiat, former deputy president of NTU. In October 2013, it was announced that UniSIM has been selected to house Singapore's third law school.
JCU Singapore's campus is located at 149 Sims Drive, in between the Kallang and Aljunied MRT stations.
Douglas • Management Industrie du Tourisme, Hôtellerie, Restaurant Génétique, Hérédité Sciences des Services de Santé
Singapore • Droit
Singapore • Management • Histoire
The JDMIS is a jewellery design and management school that provides education and inspiration by means of academic programs in jewellery design, history, marketing and management as well as vocational training in the technology and production of designer jewellery.
Singapore • Réhabilitation
Singapore • Système Cardiovasculaire, Cardiologie • Gastroentérologie, Hépatologie • Médecine, Général, Interne • Gynécologie Obstétrique • Oncologie • Ophtalmologie • Pédiatrie • Chirurgie
NUH is also a referral centre for a wide range of medical, surgical and dental specialties including Cardiology, Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Oncology, Ophthalmology, Paediatrics and Orthopaedic Surgery and Hand and Reconstructive Microsurgery. A member of the National University Health System, it is the principal teaching hospitals for the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine (YLL SoM). It is a 1,160-bed tertiary hospital serving more than 670,000 outpatients and 49,000 inpatients.
Curtin was conferred University status after the legislation was passed by the State Government of Western Australia in 1986. Since then, the University has been expanding its presence and currently has campuses in Sydney, Singapore, and Sarawak. It has ties with 90 exchange universities in more than 20 countries. The University comprises five main faculties with over 95 specialists centres.
Curtin was awarded five-stars overall in the annual QS Stars university ratings for 2014. Curtin is ranked 284 by QS World University Rankings 2013. As of 2013, the University is also ranked in The Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) as one of the top 500 world universities.
To date, Curtin Creative Writing staff and alumni have won the Miles Franklin Award a total of 7 times.
Curtin University is a member of Australian Technology Network (ATN), and is active in research in a range of academic and practical fields, including (but not limited to) Resources and Energy (e.g. petroleum gas), Information and Communication, Health, Ageing and Well-being (Public Health), Communities and Changing Environments, and Growth and Prosperity and Creative Writing. It is the only Western Australian university to produce a PhD recipient of the AINSE gold medal, which is the highest recognition for PhD-level research excellence in Australia and New Zealand.
Curtin has become active in research and partnerships overseas, particularly in mainland China. It is involved in a number of business, management, and research projects, particularly in supercomputing, where the university participates in a tri-continental array with nodes in Perth, Beijing, and Edinburgh. Western Australia has become an important exporter of minerals, petroleum and natural gas. The Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao visited the Woodside-funded hydrocarbon research facility during his visit to Australia in 2005.
Singapore • Télécommunication, Multimédia • Transports • Communication • Affaires
This establishment is operated by the Raffles College of Higher Education (RCHE), a subsidiary of Raffles Education Corporation — one of the leading education group in the Asia-Pacific region. RCHE delivers courses in Singapore, as well as internationally through its network of associate colleges. This network consists of 38 colleges across the Asia-Pacific, in countries such as Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, Singapore, Sri Lanka and Thailand. RCHE operates four education brand names, namely Raffles Design Institute, Raffles Merchandising Institute, Raffles School of Business and Raffles College of Design and Commerce (RCDC).
Singapore • Management • Affaires
On 23 May 2007, UNSW Asia Singapore campus announced its planned closure on 28 June 2007, at the end of the first semester due to financial issues and lower than expected student numbers. As a result of the sudden closure, rifts within the UNSW management were publicised, and accusations were exchanged between the University and the Economic Development Board. Questions were raised over the Economic Development Board's role in bringing in potentially over-ambitious business plans. The Singapore government's total loans to the university amounting to S$32 million was also revealed. The University is expected to repay all loans, and will have to restore the land for its campus to its original state, potentially incurring further costs.
Singapore • Histoire
Admission to the inaugural class began in 2012 and took place over four rounds, with an acceptance rate slightly below 4%. According to Yale-NUS College, the yield for the class entering in 2013 is 52%. About 60 percent of students at Yale-NUS are Singaporeans and 40 percent are international students. In 2013, the admission rate dropped to 3% and the demographic remained consistent. Apart from Singapore University of Technology and Design, Yale-NUS is the only other college in Singapore to follow a holistic admissions process similar to that followed by Yale and other American universities. Yale-NUS students are granted either a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BS) degree by NUS. The college currently offers 15 majors. It is the first institution outside New Haven, Connecticut, that Yale University has developed in its 300-year history, making Yale the first US Ivy League school to establish a college bearing its name in Asia. Like both Yale and NUS, Yale-NUS follows a need-blind admission policy and offers financial aid on a full-need basis. Yale-NUS also distributes scholarships to some admitted students based on academic merit.
The college's motto is "A community of learning, founded by two great universities, in Asia, for the world" and this phrase has been painted on a central wall at the temporary campus on the NUS grounds.
The project has been criticized by members of the Yale faculty and alumni concerned that the relative lack of political freedom and restrictions on speech and protest in Singapore would negatively impact the rights of students. Singapore laws ban the formation of political parties or branches of political parties on university campuses, including at Yale-NUS. Some initial students and faculty have cited the establishment and prominence of various independent student societies, such as an LGBT advocacy organization, as evidence the Singapore government does not intend to interfere with student affairs. The Yale-NUS library contains literary works which are banned elsewhere in Singapore, and in 2014 the college sought to show the banned film To Singapore With Love, however, the film's director did not agree to the screening.
Singapore • Energie, Fuels • Economie • Ecologie, Evolution, Environnement
Singapore • Education, Recherche Educationnelle • Langues, Philologies, Etudes Linguistiques
Its primary purpose is to offer foreign language courses to students that will generally be their third language, within an official grading scheme reported back to their schools. However, it also teaches the Malay language as an institute where Malay can be learned as some schools do not have a Malay Department. In exemption cases, students can replace learning their mother tongue with a foreign language offered by the MOELC, as a second language is a requirement for all students in the Singapore education system.
Exemption is typically invoked if the student in question is returning from abroad and is not proficient in his or her mother tongue, or is an expatriate whose mother tongue is not one of the three "official" ethnic language groups of Singapore – namely the Malay language, the Chinese language or the Indian languages.
Singapore • Droit • Mathématique, Statistiques, Finance • Affaires • Economie • Management
The school took in 90 students in AY 2007, reaching a steady-state intake of 120 from AY 2008 onwards. Admission to the law programme is competitive. About 700 applicants out of 1,000 applicants who apply each year are shortlisted for an interview and a written test, with only about 120 admitted each year. In 2012, 115 places were taken up. It is likely that the school would revise its annual intake of undergraduates upwards to 180 undergraduates annually in the next three to five years, starting from AY 2013.
As of August 2015, in less than four years since its first batch of students graduated in 2011, the school has won 14 championships and 14 first-runner-up titles in international moot competitions, in addition to nine national round championships. The school has also reached the championship final on its international debut in 11 moots, winning six.
Singapore • Management • Sciences Politiques • Psychologie • Sociologie • Etudes culturelles • Ethnie, Etudes Familiales
SOSS is the smallest school in SMU in terms of enrolment, and is often considered the most tightly knit community in SMU. It is often referred informally within SMU as the "SOSS family" by faculty members and undergraduates.
SOSS graduates typically fare better than other Social Sciences graduates who attempted a comparable programme offered by NUS or NTU. Employment statistics published by the Ministry of Education consistently reported that SOSS graduates with a @*% Laude and above earn a higher median gross monthly salary than their counterparts from NUS or NTU, and are on par with their counterparts from the SMU Lee Kong Chian School of Business. Graduates often joins the private sector, civil service, non-governmental organisations, and advocacy groups. SOSS graduates fared well in admission to postgraduate education as well, and have been accepted in a wide range of Masters and PhD programmes in prestigious universities, including at the University of Oxford, Harvard University, London School of Economics, Erasmus University, Princeton University and Columbia University.
SOSS has also hosted distinguished academics such as Professor Ezra Vogel of Harvard University, Professor Elizabeth Perry of Harvard University, Professor John Ikenberry of Princeton University, and Professor Huang Yasheng of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, giving SOSS students the unique opportunity to tap the minds of these respected thinkers.
SOSS hosts an annual Social Sciences Conference for pre-university students in Singapore, which inaugurated in 2012. The Social Sciences Conference is a student-led event, where over 250 students from various pre-university institutions visit the SMU School of Social Sciences campus to attend interactive seminars and dialogues with SOSS faculty members, undergraduates, and industry leaders.
Singapore • Management • Affaires • Communication • Psychologie • Industrie du Tourisme, Hôtellerie, Restaurant
MDIS provides well-accredited courses, seminars and management services and opportunities for individuals to develop professionally through academic programmes in Business and Management, Engineering, Fashion Design, Information Technology, Health and Life Sciences, Mass Communications, Psychology and Travel, Tourism and Hospitality Management. They are offered in collaboration with universities in Australia, France, the United Kingdom and the United States of America.
Singapore • Informatique, Robotique • Histoire
NUS School of Computing alumni retain their association with the School through the Computing Alumni Association (CAA). The student body of the School is represented by NUS Students' Computing Club. whose precursor was the Computer Science Society.
Singapore • Art • Management • Dance • Film, Radio, Télévision • Musique • Théâtre
Singapore • Industrie du Tourisme, Hôtellerie, Restaurant
The school was established in 2007 as School D' Hospitality. It changed to its current name on 8 October 2012.
Singapore • Affaires
Melior International College (MIC) is part of Melior Education Group, which has its headquarters in Singapore.As of 2010, Melior Education Group had five campuses in Asia: Melior Singapore, MBS Chengdu (China), MBS Shanghai (China), MBS Bangkok (Thailand), and MBS Saigon (Vietnam).
Singapore • Médecine, Général, Interne
Duke-NUS follows the American model of post-baccalaureate medical education, in which students begin their medical studies after earning a bachelor’s degree.
Musique • Ecologie, Evolution, Environnement
With 220 full-time music students representing over 20 countries in each full cohort, the Conservatory is a premier performing arts centre and education institution showcasing a large volume of high quality public performances each season. Taught and mentored by artist faculty who made their mark in the key performing centres of North America, Europe and Asia, the Conservatory's environment is distinctively contemporary and international. Conservatory students enjoy extensive opportunities in performances and participate frequently in masterclasses and festivals across Asia, Europe and America (Aspen, Holland Music Sessions, Keshet Eilon Music Festival, Lausanne Summer University, Ozawa Academy, Prussia Cove, Texas Music Festival, Verbier).
Singapore • Education, Recherche Educationnelle
Singapore • Droit
CIL provides to the public, at no cost, the CIL Documents Database, an on-line searchable resource of ASEAN Documents and International Law Documents that can be accessed by way of the Centre's website.
Singapore • Affaires • Management
The school was named after Lee Kong Chian after receiving a donation of SGD50 million from The Lee Foundation, a trust established by Lee and administered by Lee's children. This amount was matched by the Singapore government in a 3-to-1 ratio, thus resulting in a SGD200 million donation.
Singapore • Physique
Médecine, Général, Interne
Singapore • Affaires Droit
Cardiff • Industrie Alimentaire Industrie du Tourisme, Hôtellerie, Restaurant Agriculture, Pêche, Alimentaire
The university has over 12,000 students. The university offers degree courses in a variety of disciplines. Study is available at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, full-time and part-time, and research opportunities are offered. Cardiff Metropolitan University has a number of research and enterprise centres, including the Food Industry Centre, the Welsh Centre for Tourism Research, and the National Centre for Product Design and Development Research.
Singapore • Affaires Droit
Singapore • Médecine, Général, Interne • Physique
Singapore • Affaires Droit
Singapore • Affaires • Télécommunication, Multimédia • Film, Radio, Télévision • Musique
SAE Institute offers courses in audio engineering, 3D animation, multimedia, graphic design, game design, digital filmmaking, and music production. It currently has campuses and facilities, including licensed franchise operations, in 54 cities in 30 countries.
Singapore • Cristallographie • Physique
Singapore • Management
Since 1958, SAA has trained over 67,000 participants from 200 countries. SAA provides training to civil aviation personnel in Singapore as well as overseas. It provides training in the areas of aviation management, aviation safety and security, air traffic services and airport emergency services.
Many of the Academy’s training programmes deal with solutions to meeting ICAO's standards and recommended practices. SAA is also ISO 9001 certified for quality assurance and in the design and conduct of its training programmes.
The SFC headquarters is located at Seletar, Singapore, in close proximity to Seletar Airport and is where the ground school phase of the training, as well as aptitude flight testing is conducted. On successful completion, cadets subsequently do the rest of the CPL/IR training at SFC's other training facility at Jandakot Airport in Perth, Western Australia
Singapore Flying College operated a third training centre at Sunshine Coast Airport, Maroochydore. However, due to changes in pilot training curriculum, it was shut down in March 2014 after operating for twelve years.
Singapore • Management
The SIM Group provides its core services through three educational brands: SIM University, SIM Global Education and SIM Professional Development.