BCA Scholar Angeline Tan shares her career reflections, industry perspectives, and a renewed vision of shaping a more people-centric built environment for Singapore.
The BCA-Teambuild Undergraduate Scholarship has set Teoh Lai Xing on an accelerated career path in the build environment sector.
BCA Scholar and engineer Poh Hsian believes that with the evolution of digital solutions, fully automated construction might be a possible future.
Follow BCA Scholar Daryl Chew’s journey from building Lego blocks as a child to shaping the Singapore built environment today.
As someone who aspires to improve the lives of those around him, BCA Scholar Noorul Aziz ventured into the world of construction.
From undergraduate to postgraduate, diploma to specialist training programmes – BCA has a range of scholarship and sponsorship opportunities to suit your aspirations at any career stage. Come join the Built Environment (BE) sector and be rewarded with a fulfilling career that will shape the future of Singapore’s landscape.
The Government has committed $72 million for workforce development and training for the Built Environment (BE) sector till 2020. This will include enhancements to the iBuildSG Scholarship and Sponsorship programme (formerly known as the Built Environment Scholarship and Sponsorship programme) for the full-time Undergraduate, Diploma and ITE tracks.
BCA Scholar Tan Jing Ying shares her plans to shape the built environment sector and enhance building safety in Singapore.
Follow the journey of BCA Scholar Si Min as she discusses about her passion for engineering, her Cambridge University education, and her BCA postings after graduation.
BCA Scholar Muhammad Hafiz is now a successful architect who has since enjoyed many local and international opportunities to design and shape the built environment.
BCA Scholar Shi Cong explains how the Building and Construction Authority plays contrasting roles of regulating the industry yet promoting productivity.
With more rail transport lines to be built in Singapore, BCA Scholar Cheong Wai Yang sees increased demand for his experience and technical skills.