Students for life

Tan says the National University of Singapore is considering expanding the proportion of adult learners to more than half of its modules. — The Straits Times/Asia News Network

The National University of Singapore aims to weave lifelong learning into higher education to prepare alumni for future jobs.

AFTER spending three to four years studying for a degree, most people head out to work - and much of what they have learnt in university is forgotten.

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