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Singapore - Global Education Network

18 Singapore GEN

Available Programs*:  Business, Graphic Design, Networking, Sports Management, Engineering, Communication/Broadcast Media Programming, Early Childhood Education, Culinary Arts and Hospitality Arts* *Don’t see your program? Contact: Ken Nesbett,

$1,500 Global Advantage Scholarship for qualified students with a 2.5 GPA or higher

Printable Program Sheet and Itinerary: 2018 Singapore Program 

Apply by May 4, 2018

The Destination 
Once you've discovered Singapore, you will wonder what took you so long to get there! Singapore was named the Top Country to Visit by Lonely Planet in 2015. Located in southeast Asia, Singapore is an island that encompasses only 270 square miles with 4.6 million residents. Without any natural resources of its own, Singapore’s resource is the people. Singapore represents a merge of Malaysian, Chinese, Indian and Euro-Asian cultures, creating a diverse land with many choices for food and entertainment. With year-round weather between 70 and 90 degrees, Singapore has a lot to offer. You may enjoy world-class shopping on Orchard Road, a trip up in the Singapore Flyer – the world’s largest observation wheel – or a day at Sentosa Island, boasting beaches and the Underwater World Oceanarium.

Here are some more resources to learn about Singapore:

The Course: GLS-120: Education Experience Abroad

The Global Education Network is a collaboration of premier post-secondary education institutions providing students with an international learning experience for employment in a global economy. The Institute of Technical Education (ITE) is Kirkwood’s GEN partner for this program. The summer 2018 program will be hosted on ITE College West. This three-week study abroad course has a special design linked to your particular area of study, whether it be web design,sports management,  graphic design, IT,  early childhood education, culinary arts, hospitality arts, business or any other area ITE supports. GEN will design a specific itinerary related to your program, including:

  • Participation in college courses at ITE in your area of study.

  • Industry site visits and/or placements in your field. Some of these may be used for field experience credits.

  • Intercultural learning experiences.

    Estimated Program Fee: $4,200

Includes Does Not Include 
Round trip Airfare Tuition (3 Credits, Summer 2018)
Housing at ITE Personal Expenses 
Some Meals Passport Fee
Cultural Excursions  --------
Some In Country Transportation --------
International Health Insurance  --------

Program Contacts:

Ken Nesbett, Study Abroad Advisor
International Programs Office, 1154 Linn Hall

John Benefield, Faculty Leader