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Students in Singapore to benefit from Stirling degrees

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Students in Singapore will be able to secure University of Stirling degrees thanks to a new partnership with a leading education provider.

The agreement between the University and Amity Global Institute will allow students in Singapore to enrol on undergraduate and postgraduate-level degree courses.

Students will be able to sign up for: BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance; Master of Business Administration; BSc Management; MSc Banking and Finance; and MSc Data Science for Business.

The partnership was announced at an event in Singapore on 3 October.

Difference

Professor Gerry McCormac, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Stirling, said: “Our agreement with Amity Global Institute will allow students in Singapore to enrol on a range of high-quality undergraduate and postgraduate-level Stirling degree courses.

“These courses are designed to equip our students with the knowledge and skills to thrive as global citizens and to make a difference in the world.”

Dr Aseem Chauhan, Chancellor of Amity Global Institute, welcomed the launch of the MSc Data Science for Business course in particular, as part of Singapore’s drive to become a ‘Smart Nation’, where technology is harnessed to improve people’s lives. He said: “It is with great honour that we are working with University of Stirling to deliver this course, providing a learning platform for young people in Singapore to develop one of the most sought-after skills for employment in this digital age.

“Forging a relationship with such a prestigious university aligns our mission and vision together as an institution that promotes a holistic educational experience for all students. We look forward to our new batch of students joining us for these new courses.”

Further information on the courses is available online.

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