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Should You Apply for Multiple Scholarships?

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?
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Leaving No One Behind in Singapore’s Digital Future. Are You In?

In a society that leaves no one behind, the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) is dedicated to creating a Digital Future where businesses thrive in a vibrant Digital Economy and every Singaporean can participate meaningfully in an inclusive Digital Society.
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What Did We Get Wrong About Gen Zers?

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.
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How Volunteering Helps Your Scholarship Application

Volunteering is a great way to keep those eyes open, and it is one of the best things you can do for yourself and your community.
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Studying Abroad: Dorm vs Apartment

Should you live on-campus in a dorm or rent a room in a private apartment? Let’s examine what each housing option has to offer, and here are a few factors to keep in mind.
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How to Succeed as a Working Student

As you enter the age of maturity, you want to start gaining independence, especially financial independence and learn how to make the right choices on your own. Taking on a part-time job or having a side gig while studying may seem like a drag, but there are benefits to doing it.
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An Ikigai-Inspired Concept to Help You Choose a University Major

Enters the big question: “What should I major in?” and, along with it, other considerations such as: “What career should I choose?” and “What should I do with my life?”
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University Rankings: What Do You Make of Them?

When researching higher education options or looking up a university’s credentials, it is easy to get confused with the abundance of ranking lists you will find online.
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Getting Personal In Your Personal Statement

Not to say that all admissions review process is the same, but this sends a clear message on the importance of having an engaging and memorable personal statement, on top of meeting the university’s academic entry requirements.
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Research for Academic Success, Everyday Life And Mankind

Your first job comes with lots of excitement and ambiguity. While you are settling in, it is easy to forget the reasons you got the job and the things you need to do to make sure you keep it and grow with it. Here’s a guide to what you should aim to achieve in the first year of your first job.
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