The fire of learning in universities is dimming

The fire of learning in universities is dimming

Tuition fees have created a culture where getting a degree is an economic transaction.

    No extra hurdles for overseas law grads

No extra hurdles for overseas law grads

But list of recognised foreign varsities is being reviewed

    Boeing chief upbeat despite tough market

Boeing chief upbeat despite tough market

Upside seen in Asia-Pacific, defence line-up and next-gen aircraft

    Law schools here not planning to cut enrolment

Law schools here not planning to cut enrolment

UniSIM law school still set to open despite expected glut of lawyers

    Skills learnt in NS may get work certification

Skills learnt in NS may get work certification

Plans mooted to speed up transition to working life after national service

    Using new external ideas to make innovation work

Using new external ideas to make innovation work

There is widespread belief that firms can outperform others by utilising the power of innovation.

    New medical school takes in more students

New medical school takes in more students

SINGAPORE'S third and newest medical school welcomed a larger cohort this year.