Jump to navigation
Ask the Experts
Weight loss calculator
News & Features
Where to Eat (Restaurant Listing)
Corporate Event Bookings
Monthly Gourmet Snack Box
Adventure in Malaysia
Fewer students in Malaysia score straight A's
Of the 429,003 students who took the SPM examination in 2014, 11,289 (2.63 per cent) scored straight A's, compared to 13,970 (3.16 per cent) out of 442,588 students in 2013. -The Star/ANN
Triplets similar in every way - even their results
The three 18-year-old boys have attended the same schools for more than a decade, and they collectively scored 13 As and two Bs for their A levels. -ST
Fond memories of teacher who died in AirAsia crash
She would have been proud of us, say students as they collect results. -ST
Yale-NUS hires another 20 academics
2,000 people applied for faculty posts: College head. -ST
Blind student does well enough for desired uni course with help of schoolmates
Despite being different, she felt welcomed as all her classmates offered her their help, fostering a strong sense of community within the class. -TNP
Universities helping undergraduates get off on right footing
Besides NUS the other five universities have also come up with various initiatives to help students start their careers on the right footing. -ST
NUS to help students plan careers at the start
Students entering NUS from August this year will start planning for their careers from the first year. -ST
Michelle Obama heads to Asia to promote girls' education
First lady Michelle Obama will travel to Japan and Cambodia this month as part of a US global effort to support education for girls. -Reuters
Student aces A-level exams despite cancer
He was diagnosed with colon cancer in his first year of junior college, which kept him away from school for four months. -My Paper
Live FB chats, not just open houses
In recent years, the six universities in Singapore are using novel ways to stand out from one another and get students to pick them. -ST
Using stereotypes to teach diversity
Diplomats share their experiences in culture class
Two degrees from two varsities for select few
Competition heats up for lessons targeting kids
NUS Open Day 2015 to be held on Mar 14
91.4 per cent of A-level students receive at least 3 H2 passes
S'pore scientist leaves Berkeley to join NUS
MCA will submit details of Chinese schools needing grants to ministry
Historic school in Malaysia to shut down in 2019
Parents hope plight of pupils in Sabah 'wall-less' schools will end soon
Bar set higher for aspiring poly students
Koreans get more bang for buck learning English in Philippines
Delisted British law schools express disappointment
Some Aussie varsities 'rated lower', but were not delisted
Current students at delisted law schools 'are not second-tier'
Poly, ITE students cite 'earn and learn' as main draws
Want to study in the US?
Students put their knowledge to use
Time to hit the books for spelling contest
NIE takes Chinese teaching to English speakers
Uni list for S'pore Bar admissions to be revised
Math tutor sits exams to understand students better
Shorter list of approved UK law schools welcomed
ITE, poly grads get a chance to learn, earn and work
Taiwan's university admission exam top-scorers drop by 40%
From learning to teaching Mandarin
Memorising 10-year-series falls short now
Degree and career opportunities at Kaplan Open House 2015
Public universities encouraged to self-manage funding
Only one right answer to science questions?
Students probe claims of wrongful conviction
They get best of both worlds
Training for total recall
Taipei school offers foreign languages on the go
Indian schools asked to make time to wash hands
Boost for ITE grads in building sector
NTU widens options to add value to engineering courses
New ITE roadmap focuses on deepening skills
Home-grown global schools in demand
Five new MOE kindergartens to begin registration in April
New MOE kindergardens' locations revealed
Parents rush to snap up new book with past PSLE papers
BCA awards over 120 scholarships to ITE students
NUS Business School and Chicago Booth launch new executive series
CAAS reaches out to younger students
ITE aims to ensure students are career-ready
S Korean professor accused of sexually abusing student
4 colleges banned from accepting new foreign students
KL Tamil schools record better results
Malaysia ranked as world's 9th most-desired destination for further studies
See more deals on Qoo10 >
Laksa Steamboat Lunch/Dinner; up to 24 dishes fr $14.90
Back to basics; airy Men's T-shirts only $8 now!
Shiny & smooth hair; Philips Ionic Styling brush $32.90
40% off mobile-compatible mini projector from Korea!
Mother finds out daughter was raped through her...
Man sues ex-lover for return of flat
"Rich Kids of Singapore" in online war of words...
Taxi-booking service Uber issues alert against...
50 per cent personal income tax rebate granted...
4 years, 5 tries and $93,000 lighter...
Woman locked up by parents for 5 years can't...
CIMB cuts 15 jobs in Singapore...
Bukit Batok still plagued by rats
10 fake foods you might be eating
His secret habits
Kuching city guide
Food myths debunked