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1 August 2019 was certainly a day to remember for 81 Singapore Digital (SG:D) Scholars. They received their awards at the SG:D Scholarship Award Ceremony, which was graced by Minister for Communications and Information, Mr S Iswaran.
The scholars will be studying at polytechnics, pursuing undergraduate studies and taking up specialist postgraduate studies in areas such as Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence and Filmmaking. Most definitely, the future of Singapore’s infocomm and media sector is looking brighter than ever before.
Mr Tan Kiat How, Chief Executive of
“The vibrant infocomm and media sector is growing from strength to strength, and continues to attract bright and passionate talent to this industry. I congratulate our 2019 batch of SG:D scholars and look forward to their contributions as the next generation industry leaders in Singapore’s digital economy.”
DesignSingapore Council will be hosting a DesignSingapore (Dsg) Scholarship Briefing Session at the National Design Centre Auditorium in March 2020. Grab this opportunity to hear first-hand information from Dsg Scholars and industry practitioners on their career journey in the various design disciplines. Aspiring scholars can also find out more about the Dsg Scholarship application details. Said Ms Emily Ong, Deputy Executive Director, DesignSingapore Council,
“We strongly encourage all those who are interested in applying for the Dsg Scholarship to attend our Briefing Session in March 2020. We organise such sessions so that people can learn more about our scholarship, and how design can be a rewarding and purposeful career choice. Our past scholars and industry veterans will also be sharing their know-how and experience at this session, and we trust that attendees will find this useful in helping them gain valuable insight into what a career in design has to offer.”
The MHA Merit Scholarship was launched in 2019 for talented individuals who are interested in civilian appointments in the Ministry. This scholarship allows a selected few awardees every year to study at top universities around the world. Upon their return, scholarship holders can choose from a range of exciting careers in policy, finance, human resource, operations, science and technology, and other specialist roles. They will be groomed to take on leadership positions for a challenging and rewarding career in the Home Team.
The Singapore Land Authority (SLA) has recently launched the Singapore Geomatics Scholarship. Recipients of this new scholarship will get the opportunity to study to be a Geomatics Engineer, where you will collaborate with various agencies on regulating cadastral surveys, create 2D and 3D maps of Singapore, and integrate positioning technologies within infrastructure development.
All in all, you will contribute towards Singapore’s vision of a resilient, sustainable and smart nation.
Apply for this scholarship with SLA, and you’ll literally be on your way to shaping the land of Singapore.Read more
The Singapore-Industry Scholarship (SgIS) has grown in popularity and relevance with the local industry. In 2019, 139 students received the 2019 Singapore-Industry Scholarship (SgIS), the highest number since the award was established in 2012. They were presented the scholarships at the SgIS award ceremony graced by Second Minister for Education, Ms Indranee Rajah on 26 July 2019.
Apart from recipients, there has also been an increase in the number of sponsoring organisations, from 28 in 2012 to 69 in 2019. The sponsoring organisations shared that the SgIS is an effective way to develop their pipeline of local talent to become future leaders in their organisations. By end 2019, more than 400 SgIS scholars would have graduated.
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It takes a village to raise a child. Similarly, it takes a collective effort
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On 8 August 2019, a total of 43 MaritimeONE scholarships were awarded by 19 companies, with a total scholarship amount valued at over S$1 million, at the annual MaritimeONE Scholarship Awards Ceremony. These sponsoring companies hail from all sectors of the maritime industry – port, shipping, maritime services, shipyards as well as an institute of higher learning. This is the highest number of scholarships awarded since the programme’s inception, and reflects the industry’s collective effort to invest in the next generation of talent.
MaritimeONE scholars are able to choose from a spectrum of 34 degree courses across maritime and non-maritime subjects offered by local and overseas universities, as well as three maritime diploma programmes at the Singapore Maritime Academy in Singapore Polytechnic. Since 2007, a total of 385 MaritimeONE scholarships worth more than S$10 million have been awarded to outstanding students to pursue courses locally and abroad.
Students pursuing non-maritime subjects are also welcome to apply for the scholarship. In 2019, MaritimeONE awarded four students pursuing non-maritime degrees such as Business Management, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics and Business Analytics. As the industry continues to evolve and grow in this digital age, maritime employers are on the lookout for individuals with a wider range of skill sets to steer their organisations to success.More stories from the maritime industry
Paul Chong, a Gardens by the Bay Undergraduate Scholar, is certainly going places. The second-year student at Cornell University had the opportunity to experience firsthand Cuba’s agricultural systems as well as its present-day responses to climate change. Here’s his perspective of the Central American country:
In Havana, the capital of Cuba, we saw its extensive urban agricultural systems and were treated to a meal produced with predominantly locally-grown produce. Cuba’s government acknowledges climate change in its constitution and has produced a 100- year plan, the Tarea Vida, outlining measures to mitigate the threat. These include intensive reforestation projects, and we visited one such successful site, the Sierra del Rosario UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
I was also fortunate to have seen several unique Cuban flora found nowhere else in the world, including the “pregnant palm” Colpothrinax wrightii and the cycad (a prehistoric group of plants) Microcycas calocoma. Two other plants that stood out, though not found exclusively in Cuba, were the Royal Palm, Roystonea regia, and the Silk-Floss Tree, Ceiba pentandra. Roystonea regia is used extensively in formal landscaping in Singapore and is Cuba’s national tree. It is an important multipurpose tree in Cuba, with its leaves used for thatching, fruits to feed livestock, trunk for timber and roots as medicine. Ceiba pentandra, known as Kapok in Singapore and parts of Southeast Asia, has spiritual importance in the Afro- Cuban Santería religion, and we saw offerings such as cigars and chickens at the base of trees in Havana.
I am grateful for the opportunity to broaden my education through firsthand experiences in other countries.
Jing Xiang, a 2019 graduate from the Bachelor of Science (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography and Imaging programme (University of Hertfordshire) was featured in this publication in 2018 when he was still an undergraduate at Parkway College under the ParkwayHealth Radiology Educational Sponsorship scheme.
Parkway College has been grooming Jing Xiang and his many peers alike into becoming professional radiographers for the past 10 years since the inaugural programme collaboration with the University of Hertfordshire.
This year marks the 11th year milestone of this programme at Parkway College. Numerous students have also been awarded educational sponsorship by ParkwayHealth Radiology and other healthcare institutions every year.
To find out about available sponsorships from various hospitals, please refer to their websites.
Parkway Pantai Sponsorship
Parkway Pantai believes in investing in young adults with the passion to pursue their careers in healthcare as well.
We offer sponsorship opportunities for students pursuing studies in:
Upon graduation, students can continue to grow and develop through on-the-job training and other opportunities. Students will be able to go through different career tracks and get to expand their skills. They will also have the opportunities to work in one of our hospitals:
The Singapore University of Social Sciences believes that everyone can be a force for positive change. That is why their full-time undergraduate programmes are designed differently. Join them at their information sessions and find out how a SUSS education is more than just facts, figures and examinations. Visit www.suss.edu.sg to register today!