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Seminar: What Happens After 'A' Levels and IB?

Know Your Next Step After IB and ‘A’ Level with Our Experts’ Insights

Who should attend:

  • Students who have gotten their IB, A Levels results
  • Students and Parents who wish to make smart and informed choices for their/their child’s education journey
  • Students and Parents who are exploring overseas education

 

Have you just received your exam results? Or will you be collecting your exam results soon?

Perhaps you are unsure of your next step, given that Singapore offers several educational pathways for you to choose. Local or overseas universities?

Know what you are in for. Get our experts’ insights.

In this upcoming seminar led by our very own experienced Admissions Consultants, we will be sharing with you what you are expected to know about your next step in the educational pathway.

Highlights:

  • Discover your current strengths and goals
  • Gain insight on current education trends
  • Gain tips and knowledge on what suits you best
  • Tailor your education journey to meet university requirements

 

Feel free to speak to any of our friendly consultants after the seminar itself or book a separate appointment to have a personalized insight on your next step in your education journey! We want you to have all the information you need for life-changing decisions.

Register now to secure your seats today! Hurry, Limited seats available!

Date & Time : 21 February 2019, Thursday
7.30pm – 8:30pm
Venue : Manulife Center
51 Bras Basah, #02-04
Singapore 189554
Admission Fee: Complimentary

Speaker Profile

Mr. Mohamed Siddiq is The Head of Academic of The Edge Learning Center (S) Pte Ltd

Mohamed Siddiq

Head of Academic, The Edge Learning Center (S) Pte Ltd


Graduated from Central Queensland University, Australia with a Master of Business Administration and Master of Information Systems, Mr Mohamed Siddiq has more than 20 years of teaching experience in Information Systems and Business Management. He has been a Programme Manager, Programme Coordinator, Senior Lecturer, Head of School, and Dean. He has taught at universities, polytechnics, colleges and institutes in Singapore, Myanmar, Australia, Uzbekistan and Canada. He is the Chair of Unfair Practises Committee and Chair of Academic Review Board. He has assessed prior learning for credit transfers to universities and involved in the accreditation of higher education institutions by external accreditation bodies. He was responsible for academic quality assurance and university liaison. He has been an academic counsellor and has coached and advised numerous students on their academic journey. He has a knack for making complex things look simple and a favourite among his students, peers and staff.

Consultants 29

ILANIT OSHRI

University of Chicago, Booth School of Business (U.S.A.) – MBA, Bar Ilan University, Tel Aviv (Israel) – MA,                                                                              Ben Gurion University, Beersheba (Israel) – BA


Having lived, worked and studied across Europe, the Middle East, North America and Asia, Ilanit has been based in Singapore since 2004.

Ilanit has graduated with an MBA from University of Chicago, a Masters of Arts in Financial Engineering from Bar Ilan University, and Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Ben Gurion University.

Her work as an Admission Consultant flows from a genuine interest and passion to mentor students to pursue their academic goals and achieve personal and professional fulfilment. In helping students build stepping stones beyond high school, Ilanit is enabled mainly by her current mentorship and engagements with young adults and by the ability to support her children to achieve their dreams: gaining admission and graduating from Ivy league universities.

Ilanit relies on her own intellectual journey in Israel and the U.S.A, and on her diverse cultural experience to coach students to transition into new academic, cultural and career-related settings. Her two decades of experience with business analysis, product and project management, and change management, as well as the twelve years spent delivering complex FinTech products and operating models across various industries make her the perfect guide for students inclined towards humanities, business and technology.

An Exclusive Event you wouldn't want to miss!

Seminar

What Happens After IB and ‘A’ Level?

21 February 2019, Thursday

7.30pm – 8:30pm

Free admission!

Register now to secure your seats today! Hurry, Limited seats available!