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Talkshow • Event - Living, Studying & Working Abroad: Switzerland, Norway & Singapore Experience. Talkshow • Event - Living, Studying & Working Abroad: Switzerland, Norway & Singapore Experience. • Guest Speaker – Mrs Anh Tho Andres, MBA, Professor @UBIS, Geneva, Switzerland. • Date & Time – August 27, 2011 from 14. 00 to 16: 30 • Venue – Lollybooks Café, 18/131 Thai Ha Street, Hanoi • Organisers – Lollybooks Café Team jointly with Your. Vietnam. Expert • Audience – Hanoi National University Students

Agenda • 14: 00 - 14: 15 – Short introduction • 14: 15 - Agenda • 14: 00 - 14: 15 – Short introduction • 14: 15 - 14: 35 – “Living and Studying Abroad : Experience in Switzerland, Norway & Singapore” • 14: 35 -14: 50 – Q&A Session (short break 10 min) • 15: 00 - 15: 45 – Working & Doing Business in an International Environment: Personal Experiences. • 15: 45 – 16: 30 – Q&A Session & Networking

Singapore Education System By Anh Tho Andres, MBA Singapore Education System By Anh Tho Andres, MBA

Brief Country Overview • • • Total Land area: 712 Sq. Km. Multi-ethnic, multilingual, Brief Country Overview • • • Total Land area: 712 Sq. Km. Multi-ethnic, multilingual, multi-confessionnal; Safety, low crime rates, and high standards of living offer international students an ideal environment for study; GDP per capita: US$ 59. 813 (est. 2010); Population: 5. 077 million; Literacy rate: 95. 9%, Secondary or HE 91. 7%.

Singapore Economic Indicators • Gross Domestic Product – $ billion 303. 7 • Gross Singapore Economic Indicators • Gross Domestic Product – $ billion 303. 7 • Gross National Income p. capita – $ 57, 603 • Real Economic Growth Rate – % 14. 5 • Productivity Growth – % 10. 7 • Inflation Rate – % 2. 8 • Output Manufacturing Sector – $ billion 227’ 270 • Total External Trade – $ billion 747’ 902 • Visitor Arrivals – Million 11. 6 • Air Cargo Handled – ‘ 000 tonnes 1, 816 • Sea Cargo Handled – Mio tonnes 472’ 503 • Container Throughput – Mio TEUs 9’ 28. 4 • Money Supply – $ million 112’ 466 • Official Foreign Reserves – $ million 288’ 954 • Domestic Government Debt – $ million 321’ 182

Ethnic Distribution (2010) • Chinese – 74. 1% • Malay – 13. 4% • Ethnic Distribution (2010) • Chinese – 74. 1% • Malay – 13. 4% • Indians – 9. 2% • Others – 3. 3%

Singapore Education in Brief Initiative launched by Spore Govt shared by • • • Singapore Education in Brief Initiative launched by Spore Govt shared by • • • Singapore Economic Development Board; Singapore Tourism Board; SPRING Singapore; International Enterprise Singapore; Ministry of Education; Council for Private Education.

Singapore Tourism Board • Marketing and promotion arm for • Works very closely with Singapore Tourism Board • Marketing and promotion arm for • Works very closely with Singapore education institutions and education agents; • Promotional platforms include roadshows, education fairs, education talks and PR and advertising; • Focus: building international brand recognition for Singapore as a provider of quality education.

Singapore Education Journey • Pre-school Education • Primary & Secondary • Tertiary (Higher Education) Singapore Education Journey • Pre-school Education • Primary & Secondary • Tertiary (Higher Education) • Vocational Education • Continuing Education • Foreign System & International Schools

Pre-school Education • Kindergartens registered with the MOE; • Operated by community foundations, religious Pre-school Education • Kindergartens registered with the MOE; • Operated by community foundations, religious bodies, social and business organisations; • Curriculum includes programmes in English & a second (national) language; • Except foreign & international schools for children of expatriates.

Primary & Secondary Schools • Primary Schools • Secondary Schools 6 years including – Primary & Secondary Schools • Primary Schools • Secondary Schools 6 years including – Govt or independent – Foundation P 1 to P 4 – Special, Express, or Normal – Orientation P 5 to P 6 – Curriculum worlwide recog. – Foreign students accepted – Foreign Students accepted • Nbr of students: 256’ 801 • Nbr of Teachers: 13’ 318 • Nbr of Institutions: 173 • Nbr of students: 196’ 220 • Nbr of Teachers: 12’ 183 • Nbr of Institutions: 155

Institute of Technical Education • Post-secondary institution for technical skills and knowledge in various Institute of Technical Education • Post-secondary institution for technical skills and knowledge in various industries; • Full-time institutional programs; • Continuing education programs for working adults. • Nbr of Students: 4’ 965 • Nbr of Teachers: 716

Polytechnics • Offer practice-oriented studies at diploma level; • Wide range of courses such Polytechnics • Offer practice-oriented studies at diploma level; • Wide range of courses such as Engineering, Business Studies, Mass Communication, Design and Info-Communications; • Specialised courses such as Optometry, Marine Engineering, Nautical Studies, Nursing, Early Childhood Education and Film-making.

Singapore Local Universities • NUS (founded in 1905) has since evolved into a comprehensive Singapore Local Universities • NUS (founded in 1905) has since evolved into a comprehensive university offering courses in major disciplines such as the Sciences, Engineering, Technology, Law, Arts & Social Sciences and Medicine. • NTU (founded in 1981) provides facilities for tertiary education and research in engineering and technology. It has since incorporated the National Institute of Education (NIE) "the teachers' college" and expanded to include Accountancy, Business and Communication Studies. • SMU (2000) first publicly-funded private university with a focus on business and management programmes.

International Collaboration • John Hopkins • Georgia Institute of Technology • Massachusetts Institute of International Collaboration • John Hopkins • Georgia Institute of Technology • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) • The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania • Design Technology Institute • German Institute of Science & Technology • Shanghai Jiao Tong University • Stanford University • Waseda University • Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay • New York University School of Law • Cornell University • Duke

International Universities w/ Asian Campus in S’pore • • INSEAD University of Chicago Graduate International Universities w/ Asian Campus in S’pore • • INSEAD University of Chicago Graduate School of Business SP Jain Centre of Management ESSEC Digipen Institute of Technology University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) New York University Tisch School of the Arts Asia

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Your. Vietnam. Expert Saigon Business Corporation Ptd Ltd - Singapore Your. Vietnam. Expert Saigon Business Corporation Ptd Ltd - Singapore

Opportunities q Vietnam has an Increasing Need for ü International PR ü Healthcare & Opportunities q Vietnam has an Increasing Need for ü International PR ü Healthcare & Wellness ü Tourism & Hospitality q Our Solutions ü A Masterplan Concept of Vietnam overall needs in these 3 areas, suggesting over 170 projects ready for implementation; ü Higher Education as a bridge between Educational Structures and Industries.

Products q Higher Education ü Bachelor Degrees ü Master Degrees q Vocational Training ü Products q Higher Education ü Bachelor Degrees ü Master Degrees q Vocational Training ü Health Management ü Tourism & Hotel Management ü Marketing & Communication q Short Courses & Seminars for Professionals ü Transferrable credits on a Bachelor or Master Degree in ü International Relations ü International Business ü Media & Communication

The Board • Board of Directors Executive Director - CEO Dr Christian Vincent Siodmak, The Board • Board of Directors Executive Director - CEO Dr Christian Vincent Siodmak, MD Ph. D International Marketing Director Mrs. Hoang Anh Tho Andres, MBA • Corporate Counsels Jason Mah & Associates, Singapore Management & Governance of Institutions Advisory Services (MGI) MJMA Group Investments Pte Ltd Vorspann Pte Ltd MJMA PAC

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