In a latest development and Press Release from Study Singapore Educational Consultancy it enumerates that 9 in 10 LASALLE College of the Arts graduates have secured jobs. It is also proud to note that median starting salaries had increased as well. With diploma holders taking in S$2,200, while degree holders earn S$2,500.
It is revealed that pioneer batch took drama as an ‘O’ level subject back in 2008. Seven years on, 22-year-old Millicent Wong now has a qualitative Diploma in Performance from LASALLE College of the Arts. She was one of about 700 students who graduated from the college. Ms Wong was the college’s best performer and was really bestowed with the McNally Award for Excellence, an exclusive honour shared with the likes of singer Kit Chan. She has already secured a eminent role in an upcoming play and a musical. The chant for Study in Singapore has growing in massive manner among students.
According to many recommedations the one thing in LASALLE, and as an artist is, if you can’t find a job, create a job. So make it your own life, make whatever you want of it and enjoy the journey. Out of 941 students surveyed by LASALLE in 2014, 91 per cent of diploma graduates secured jobs, while the figure for degree holders was 93 per cent. It is an massive increase from 2013 when 81 per cent of diploma graduates secured jobs, while the figure for degree holders was 90 per cent.
According to the latest survey, median starting salaries had increased as well. With qualitative diploma holders raking in S$2,200, while degree holders earn S$2,500. It was eventually compared to S$1,750 for diploma holders and S$2,300 for degree holders in the previous year. The art scene here is vibrant and booming according to Study Singapore.
Government funding for the arts and cultural sector increased sufficently to more than S$600 million. More Singaporeans are embracing arts and culture as in integral part of their lifestyles, with cogent visitorship to popular national museums and high quality heritage institutions are exceeding S$3 million.