Partnering Australia for Training and Education
Contact our Education Manager, Ms Sharifah Khairunnisa if you wish to have an in-depth discussion with our Education Manager on any of the following areas.
FOR THE AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
Access Austrade’s Market Information Package for the latest market updates, student data and collaboration opportunities. Singapore accounts for almost a third of all Australian higher education programs delivered overseas, making it Australia’s top transnational education partner. With more than 25 Australian institutions having a presence in Singapore, Australian universities continue to be the preferred choice for Singaporean students seeking higher education overseas.
FOR THE SINGAPORE UNIVERSITIES, POLYTECHNICS OR INSTITUTES OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION
Australian institutions are open for collaboration in a range of areas including student or staff exchanges, internships, joint development of programs, licensing of curriculum, articulation arrangements and study tours etc. Singaporean institutions may contact Ms Sharifah Khairunnisa for further assistance.
FOR CORPORATE ORGANISATIONS AND INDUSTRY BODIES
Australian universities, vocational providers and private training organisations are constantly seeking new opportunities to deliver short courses or executive education programs internationally and are able to customise training programs to suit the skills needs of companies.
Australia has more than 350 educational technology companies servicing the entire education ecosystem and separately has over 1,100 online education providers generating a revenue of about A$5.4b. The Edtech Industry Capability Report provides more information on Australia’s edtech sector.
STUDYING IN AUSTRALIA
Australia’s education sector delivers more than 22,000 courses across 1,100 institutions and is home to five of the world’s best student cities. Potential students who are keen to pursue an education in Australia, please visit www.studyinaustralia.gov.au for information on courses, scholarships, student stories, visa application etc.
Skills development, and continuous education and training remains central to Singapore and its economy. The fast pace of technological advancements and stronger global competition for jobs, means that upgrading and deepening skills and talent is essential for Singaporeans to maintain a competitive edge.
Australia continues to contribute significantly to the skills development of Singapore in existing and emerging areas such as health and medicine, entrepreneurship, engineering, sciences, logistics, technology, built environment, resources; and food and nutrition.
Contact our Education Manager, Ms Sharifah Khairunnisa if you wish to have an in-depth discussion with our Education Manager on any of the above.
Meanwhile, to have a better understand of Australia’s expertise, take a look at the Industry Capabilities Reports published by the Australian Trade and Investment Commission.