Once again, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and the Economic Society of Singapore (ESS) invite entries for the MAS-ESS Essay Competition 2014. Held annually, the Essay Competition seeks to promote economic literacy and encourage public awareness and debate on economic policy and financial issues affecting Singapore.
MAS-ESS Essay Competition: “The Road to Singapore’s Future Economy” 2015: A New Economic Model for Singapore’s Next 50 Years: 2014: Why is it very difficult to boost productivity in Singapore?What further policy changes would help to achieve this goal? Competition Policy and Law in Singapore: Opportunities and Challenges Ahead. 2013.
Media Releases Winning Essay of AGC Law Reform Essay Competition 2014. Winning Essay of AGC Law Reform Essay Competition 2014. Click here to view the uploaded file.
The Golden Point Award is Singapore’s premier creative writing competition for Short Story and Poetry in the nation’s four official languages: English, Chinese, Malay and Tamil.Established by the National Arts Council since 1993, the national literary writing competition is a significant platform for discovering new writers whose works exhibit literary merit and encouraging literary.
Descriptive Essay: Singapore Singapore is an island country in Southeast Asia, just off the Malay Peninsula and 85 miles north of the equator. The country is young but well developed with leaning skyscrapers, diverse communities and unique buildings. Singapore has many cultures living within it, as a result there is a very diverse way of life.
The Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition has been gathering English language entries of aspiring young writers' thoughts on key issues of the day since 1883. With children across the Commonwealth out of school, we are delighted to share a message from our Vice-Patron HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, inspiring children and young people to enter The Queens Commonwealth Essay Competition 2020.
To learn more about how to approach essay competitions as a medical student, read our article here: Demystified: Essay Competitions.
The Singapore International Mediation Institute (SIMI) is the premier independent professional standards body for mediation in Singapore and the region. SIMI was incorporated on 15 July 2014 as a non profit organisation, with support from both the Ministry of Law as well as the National University of Singapore. SIMI is headed by an international Board of Directors with representatives from.
Winners in the Essay category get a kickstarter fund of SGD 300. Winners in the Photography category get a kickstarter fund of SGD 500. Winners in the Video category get a kickstarter fund of SGD 700. In addition, winning entries will go to the International YRE Competition where they will compete with young reporters from 45 countries!
The St. Gallen Symposium is the world’s leading initiative for intergenerational debates on economic, political and social developments. Where aspirations get inspired. Freedom Revisited. 7-8 May 2020.
Singapore has won the annual Commonwealth Essay Competition nine times since 1983 when it was launched; no other country has won more than three times. Singapore is by far the most densely populated country in the Commonwealth.
The essay competition 2014 was launched in an effort to give students from diverse backgrounds a platform to express their views about “Malaysia, The Future Hub of Arbitration In Asia”. Information on the essay competition is available here.
This year, the SMS Essay Competition continues to motivate students to explore and discover fascinating applications of Mathematics in our everyday life with the Series in the Application of Mathematics. We are excited to announce that the theme for this year’s SMS Essay Competition is “Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence”.
Trinity College was pleased to launch the Robert Walker Prize for Essays in Law in 2013. The prize is named after an Honorary Fellow of the College, Lord Walker of Gestingthorpe, a retired Justice of the Supreme Court and former law student at Trinity.
The Singapore Writers Festival is a literary event organised by the National Arts Council. Inaugurated in 1986, the festival serves a dual function of promoting new and emerging Singaporean and Asian writing to an international audience, as well as presenting foreign writers to Singaporeans.The BERKELEY PRIZE Competition was established in 1998, made possible by a generous gift of JUDITH LEE STRONACH to the Department of Architecture in the College of Environmental Design at the University of California, Berkeley.Singapore’s economic freedom score is 89.4, making it the world’s freest economy in the 2020 Index. Its overall score is unchanged from 2019, with a small improvement in the business freedom.