S’pore to provide full scholarships to Myanmar students

December 16, 2009
Singapore Democrats

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Xinhua News

Three universities of Singapore will provide full scholarships to Myanmar students for them to pursue in technological field as part of Singapore’s aid to help the country develop human resources in the sector, sources with the education circle said on Thursday.

Offered by the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), National University of Singapore (NUS) and Singapore Management University (SMU), the scholarship winning students are to attend full-time undergraduate degree course on nine technological major subjects in the 2010-11 academic year.

There have been some Singapore institutes extending such scholarships to Myanmar students. These institutes include MDIS , ERC, Nanyang Institute of Management (NIM), PSB Academy and TMC Educational Group.

The scholarships cover those for pursuing master degree or diplomas in tourism and hospitality management, finance, economy and computer game creation, journalism, mass communications, public relations, accounting and finance, international business management and marketing, logistics management, e-business and e- commerce, construction management and property.