Singapore Study Tour

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Singapore was being ranked number 1 as the best country to do business in the world for the last 3 years (World Bank 2011) and this makes Singapore the best destination for premium schools to conduct study trips. Students will have the opportunity to interact with senior lecturers and visit some of the most successful business entities of the country to gain first-hand industry knowledge. Students will also have the opportunity to interact with local students of Singapore as well as students from different parts of the world who are studying or working in Singapore.
Study in Singapore (SIS) was set up to provide overseas students with a unique learning experience in Singapore. The programme varies from 1 week to 4 weeks in duration. With the variety of learning topics to choose from, you can customise the programme to equip your students with the skills and knowledge to perform better in their future endeavours. Other than the in-house developed programmes, SIS also provides learning journey to educational institutions via immersion programmes and exchange programmes. On top of the professional curriculum activities, SIS is able to arrange city tour for your students to truly experience the Singapore culture and infrastructure.
Programme Objectives
  • To offer students an in-depth experience of Singapore and understanding of its multi-religious, multi-cultural and multi-racial community.
  • To give students the best opportunity to learn specialised knowledge or pick up an additional skill through our specially-catered programmes.
  • To broaden mindset and horizon through the unique cultural tourism experiences and activities in Singapore.
Mode of Deliveries
  • Half Day Lesson + Tour (weekdays only), or
  • Full Day Lesson + Weekend Tour
For students who are continuing their higher education or looking forward to work abroad with international companies will have enough time and guideline during their stay in Singapore to receive resourceful information from our staff.
Newsletter May 2011