Marriage & Family

5 Tips You Need To Know Before Hiring A Tutor In Singapore

Singapore’s most prized resource is its people. This is why the government has invested immensely on education. From standardized curriculum to national benchmark tests, the Ministry of Education (MOE) ensured that its citizens are offered world-class education. That said, it is understandable if you want to give your child a head start or extra support that he or she needs for school. To help your child get ahead from the curve, you can hire a tutor. But first, here are some

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Lifestyle

4 Ways To Significantly Decrease Your Living Costs In Singapore

According to Investopedia, “Cost of Living” is the amount needed to sustain a certain level of living that includes basic expenses such as food, taxes, housing, and healthcare. This factor can make a difference especially if your salary is sustained in an expensive city such as ours. Your salary can go further at a developing city but it may barely go buy at a developed one. Logically, it is important to take measures that help you decrease the costs. Start

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Career and Enterprising

Which degree suits me best in Singapore?

Most bachelor’s degrees take a substantial period of between 3 and 4 years to complete while the steep cost of higher education is enough to wipe out 1 to 2 years’ worth of income (if you decide to take a local degree). Therefore, pursuing a bachelor’s degree is in reality both a time-consuming and financially taxing affair. To make things worse, some students may realise that they have lost the passion midway through college or could not sustain their enthusiasm for long after

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Career and Enterprising

Countries That Offer Unbelievably Free University Education For All

As the cost of higher education catapult over the years, undergraduates around the world have one thing in common – they are susceptible to an enormous pile of debt. The Tuition Fee Loan Schemes and total student debt vary globally. For instance, in Japan, about US$5 billion in student debts were past due last 2011. In America, the college students’ debts summed to over US$1.2 trillion in 2013. Looking no further, in Singapore, one-third of the local students who graduated

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Credit & Loan

4 Things to Consider Before Applying For An Educational Loan

Tertiary Education and Graduate Studies can be too costly especially to people who live by one cost at a time without any savings plan what so ever. On the other hand, just because a bank tells you that you are qualified and approved for an education loan does not mean taking it is a good idea. Here are 4 Things to Consider Before Applying For An Educational Loan: 1. EDUCATE YOURSELF Before applying for any education loan, it is tantamount

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