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Old 04-03-2009, 07:38 PM   #1
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Default Employment Rate and Gross Monthly Salary of Graduates 2008

NUS http://www.moe.gov.sg/education/post...es/ges-nus.pdf

NTU http://www.moe.gov.sg/education/post...es/ges-ntu.pdf

SMU http://www.moe.gov.sg/education/post...es/ges-smu.pdf
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Old 04-03-2009, 07:42 PM   #2
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Wow, NUS seems to be doing really well last year.
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Old 05-08-2009, 11:49 PM   #3
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hi there...

i heard that ntu engineering graduates gets most of the jobs in the market...
coz they have industrial attachments...
the companies seem to employ back those who underwent the industrial attachment...
so many of the nus engineering graduates get rejected....
is that true??????
anyone can clarify it?????

btw i am going to study electrical engineering...
if specifically...tell about electrical engineering...
thank u in advance....
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Old 06-24-2009, 09:25 PM   #4
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The rates somehow makes you feel encouraged to do better and at the same time give you inspiration that anything may be possible.
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Old 07-23-2009, 08:54 PM   #5
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Default Why the difference for NUS Biz admin honours grad?

Hi I was just wondering what made the difference between an NUS n NTU biz honours grad and also if it is a consistant thing over the few years or is this a one off thing in 2008 onli?

I'm also trying to find out which biz school is actually better.
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Old 07-23-2009, 09:45 PM   #6
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Heres something interesting:

http://www.salary.sg/2009/graduate-e...ublished-2009/

Permanent Employment Rate

NTU Arts (with Education) - 100%
NTU Maritime Studies - 100%
NTU Science (with Education) - 100%
NUS Dental Surgery - 100%
NUS Information Systems - 100%
SMU Information Systems Management (cum laude and above) - 100%
SMU Economics (cum laude and above) - 98.3%
SMU Economics - 97.5%
NUS Business Administration (3-year programme) - 95.9%
NTU Accountancy (3-year programme) - 95.7%
NUS Business Administration (Honours) - 93.9%
SMU Accountancy (4-year programme) - 93.9%
NTU Civil Engineering - 93.5%
SMU Accountancy (cum laude and above) - 93.4%
NTU Computer Science - 92.3%
SMU Information Systems Management - 91.9%
NUS Computer Engineering (Faculty of Engineering) - 91.0%
NTU Economics/Economics (Honours) - 90.5%
NUS Computer Engineering (School of Computing) - 90.5%
NUS Bioengineering - 90.3%

Median Gross Monthly Salary

SMU Economics (cum laude and above) - $3750
SMU Information Systems Management (cum laude and above) - $3500
NUS Dental Surgery - $3400
SMU Economics - $3300
NUS Business Administration (Honours) - $3274
NTU Science (with Education) - $3186
NTU Arts (with Education) - $3144
NUS Computer Engineering (School of Computing) - $3100
NTU Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering - $3094
NTU Computer Engineering - $3021
NTU Maritime Studies - $3021
NUS Chemical Engineering - $3000
NUS Computer Engineering (Faculty of Engineering) - $3000
NUS Information Systems - $3000
SMU Business Management (cum laude and above) - $3000
SMU Information Systems Management - $3000
SMU Social Sciences (cum laude and above) - $3000
NTU Electrical & Electronics Engineering - $2960
NTU Mechanical Engineering - $2942
NTU Economics/Economics (Honours) - $2940

The Dumping Grounds by Employability

NTU Environmental Engineering - 77.0%
NTU Biological Sciences (Honours) - 77.9%
NUS Science - 78.3%
NUS Environmental Engineering - 79.3%
NUS Arts (Honours) - 79.8%
NUS Applied Science (Honours) - 80.0%
SMU Social Sciences (cum laude and above) - 80.0%
NTU Materials Engineering - 80.7%
NUS Chemical Engineering - 82.0%
NTU Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering - 83.0%
The Dumping Grounds by Starting Pay (Gross Monthly)

SMU Accountancy (4-year programme) - $2400*
NUS Applied Science - $2450
NTU Accountancy (3-year programme) - $2468*
NUS Industrial Design - $2500
SMU Accountancy (cum laude and above) - $2500*
NUS Science - $2600
NUS Business Administration (3-year programme) - $2700
NUS Environmental Engineering - $2700
NTU Communication Studies (Honours) - $2733
NTU Business (3-year programme) - $2746
* people may argue that accountancy grads have promising careers.

Reference: Ministry of Education page on Post-Secondary Education, with links to the 3 GES.
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Old 07-23-2009, 10:26 PM   #7
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So what if one takes a double degree? Is it affected?
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Old 07-23-2009, 10:49 PM   #8
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No idea. I happen to come across this yesterday =/
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Old 07-27-2009, 12:25 PM   #9
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Freshie! View Post
Hi I was just wondering what made the difference between an NUS n NTU biz honours grad and also if it is a consistant thing over the few years or is this a one off thing in 2008 onli?
NUS honours - 4 years
NTU honours - 3 years
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Old 07-27-2009, 12:28 PM   #10
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* people may argue that accountancy grads have promising careers.
Acct grads start off lower than their business counterparts coz most of them begin their careers at the big 4 where the offers are usually sub-2.5k.
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