A quick reference on wage statistics of a wide variety of common occupations covering more than 3,000 private sector establishments that you may find very useful.
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.
How does a university make a difference in a student’s higher learning? The Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) believes that every student enrolled with us has the potential to learn, grow, and succeed.
NUS Sports Scholar Tammy Tan is an aspiring dentist and a competitive tennis student-athlete. Learn how she balances sports and academics while making time to coach the recreational team, participate in community projects, and fully immerse in campus life.
NUS Merit Scholar Teo Zhi Sheng has since finished his first year at the University, and his experience is nothing short of enriching and fulfilling.
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.
Engineers, relative to planners or architects, may be less commonly associated with the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA). Scholar Zann Tay shares with us how civil engineers play an important role in shaping the built environment, through some of the projects she has undertaken at URA after graduating from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering) with Honours (Distinction).
The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) Overseas Scholarship provided Toufiq with the opportunity to explore different cities around the world during his time as an Architecture student at the University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
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?
Hear from the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) Scholar as he talks about how he pushes science and technology boundaries at NCFS to drive transformation in the food industry and offers his two cents worth on making the most out of one’s university experience.
The theme for this issue of the Scholarship Guide magazine is centred around care— care for oneself, others, and the common good.