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4 Dec 2015

New Fellowship Program

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With regard from Study Singapore Educational Consultancy there was a new fellowship program which helps healthcare staff to train less privileged peers overseas. It is revealed that the healthcare staff from the National University Hospital (NUH) is now able to tap on an extra $120,000 a year to train their peers in South-east Asia and China.

Moreover it expediently follows a US$1 million (S$1.34 million) donation by the Fung Foundation, the philanthropic arm of global supplies management firm Li and Fung Limited which has been efficaciously matched by the Singapore government.

It was also explained that he US$2 million would be put in the National University of Singapore’s endowment fund and the returns about $120,000 annually. It would be qualitatively invested in sending NUH staff or National University of Singapore (NUS) medical faculty abroad to teach and marvel medical skills. They could also be expediently utilized to bring young doctors and medical staff from developing countries for gaining experience at the NUH.

In another latest move from July 1, Ms Jeanne Liew would be appointed as the new principal and chief executive at Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP). However Ms Liew is the current deputy principal, student & academic affairs, and registrar of Singapore Polytechnic (SP). It is said that she would take over from Mr Chan Lee Mun, who is retiring as principal and CEO of the Polytechnic on June 30.

According to Study Singapore Educational Consultancy, Ms Liew started her career with Ngee Ann Polytechnic as a lecturer in 1997. It was during March 2007, she was seconded to the Ministry of Education as a deputy director in the Higher Education Division where she qualitatively oversaw finance and quality assurance. Finally the popular Study Singapore Educational Consultancy appreciates the major efforts made by Singapore authorities and overwhelmingly supported common people.