2/14/2008

Quality of tertiary education going up in 2008

The quality of tertiary education will go up between 4-10% in 2008. To be more specific, NUS and NTU's quality will be up by 4% and SMU up by 10%. This is if you are convinced that quality can be measured by money. The more money the better the quality. At the rate we are going, we will soon be world best, better than Harvard and Stanford. All we need to do is to buy over all their top professors. And if we put Ah Meng's children in expensive universities with expensive professors, they will turn out more talented than cheaper universities. Our graduates should rightly be paid a premium and be in hot demand around the world. We will have solved our lack of talent problems forever.

2 comments:

Matilah_Singapura said...

In S'pore, it is the "name" which counts. Substance doesn't matter.

Why worry? If things go wrong, the govt can always call on expensive foreign "experts" to fix the mess.

redbean said...

opportunity for you. but you must get yourself branded first.