Not to put all your eggs in one basket, they say. And generally, by casting your net wide, you have a higher chance of securing something at least. So why not?
At the core of every healthy relationship is effective communication. Master these communication tips and build lasting connections at school & in the workplace.
We live in two worlds—digital and physical. Whilst we spend a good portion of our daily lives in the online space, our physical lives are rooted in the offline space, where human interactions remain key in many scenarios.
Are you constantly belittling your achievements? Don’t let imposter syndrome cripple your self-worth and happiness. Learn to combat your Imposter.
Learn how to accept critical feedback and deliver well-meaning criticism in today’s speak-up culture and feedback-rich world.
It’s a fine line between doing your best work and succeeding meaningfully versus being an overachiever, where overdoing can lead to overload. Which one are you?
Want to be a part of IMDA’s mission to creating a Digital Future where every Singaporean can participate meaningfully in an inclusive Digital Society?
They’ve been stereotyped and called many different things: a generation of slackers; a strawberry generation (that “bruises easily” like the fruit); entitled, easily offended, and overly emotional self-obsessed snowflakes; spoilt, selfish, and arrogant serial job-hoppers who don’t understand the value of hard work.
A strong volunteering record can help set you apart from the other students with similar outstanding academic achievements in a scholarship application.
Studying abroad? Should you live on-campus in a dorm or rent a private room in an apartment? Let’s weigh the pros and cons of both types of housing options.
Balancing work and studies can be tough but there are ways to find success as a working student. Use these tips to help you juggle coursework & work commitments.
Use this ikigai-inspired framework to find your purpose with study at university and help you choose the right major and career path for you.