The Singapore Public Service are coming to the UK to present to Singapore students on Tues. 12th October at 12noon – 1pm in Roscoe Building room 1.009.
The Singapore Public Service will be presenting their unique “public policy challenge competition” which is an excellent opportunity to take part in a business case study competition weekend (similar to the Accenture / IBM and Bain related business challenges). Many employers continue to stress the importance of business awareness, commercial exposure and decision making in applicants. This could be a great way to boost evidence of yours.
It will take place in the UK over the course of a weekend.
To find out more and register for a place at the presentation, please log in to our CareersLink database and search under “Databases” / “Careers Fairs & Events” under 12th October. http://www.manchester.ac.uk/careers/careerslink Further details are also included below:
The Singapore Public Service Public Policy Challenge is coming to UK in Mar/Apr 2011. The Singapore Public Policy Challenge is similar to business case competitions, such as the Accenture Bootcamp, Bain and Company Case Competition and IBM Universities Business Challenge, except that it will be set in Singapore’s national policy context.
Now, you have the chance to be in the hot seat. Join the Singapore Public Service Policy Challenge and put on the hat of the policy maker! As part of this exciting case competition, you would be addressing national issues, considering the needs and concerns of stakeholders and managing the trade-offs to achieve the desired policy outcomes.
You can be assured of a fast-paced and stimulating learning journey. An experience that will blow your mind. Get up close and personal with renowned Singaporean policy makers, pick their brains and find out how they find solutions to tough policy issues. The Challenge is a residential programme for participants and will be held over the weekend. It will be open to all undergraduates and postgraduates of any year of study from the top universities in UK. Join us for this session to find out more on how you could be part of the Policy Challenge.