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14 CLS graduates received scholarships from the Ministry of Health to further their studies.
Congratulations to Biomedical Science alumna Serene Kho!
Perfumery & Cosmetic Science alumni were part of the winning Team Lumos!
Congratulations to Perfumery & Cosmetic Science alumnus, Leong Hei Mern!
SP Biotechnology graduate Muhammad Zikry Zhiwei Bin Roslee shared his internship experience.
SP and the Singapore Workforce Development Agency have launched a 18-month earn and learn programme (ELP) for the energy and chemicals sector.
CLS alumnus Nigel Tan shared his journey from the Normal stream in secondary school to studying for his PhD.
Biomedical Science alumnus, Lim Yu Jie, is one of 176 recipients of the Ministry of Education’s teaching scholarships and awards.
Biomedical Science alumnus Ridhwan Muzaki overcame a challenging childhood to become a three-time Dean’s lister and a postgraduate scholarship recipient.
Mohamed Nasruddin Roslan shared his inspiration to make a difference to the community.
From being a defiant teenager to becoming a medical student – Amanda Chia is truly an inspiration to those who are determined to change their lives.
SP’s Diploma in Biotechnology alumnus, Dr Jonathan Loh, has published a book to raise awareness of the role of applied and technical education in Singapore.
Biomedical Science and Biotechnology students were inspired by the sharing of alumni from a spectrum of careers in biosciences.
Nutrition, Health and Wellness alumna, Haziqah Haron, shared the health benefits of silat.
28 CLS graduates received scholarships from the Ministry of Health to further their studies.
Congratulations to Yunya, Joshua Lim and Xu Miaoqi!
Nutrition, Health and Wellness graduate Amanda Chia and Biotechnology graduate Loh Hong Rong are the first from their respective courses to get into NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine.
DBS graduate, Ahmad Abdurrahman, is one of two former madrasah students to become the first to enter the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine.
Food Science & Technology alumnus Teo Wan Ling shares her food adventure.
17 CLS graduates received scholarships from the Ministry of Health to further their studies.