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Old 28-08-2019, 10:09 AM
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I'm the same fresh local uni grad with first class. First, my starting salary isn't $4k+. It's $3.8k wo NS. Even then, I'm paid slightly higher than average in my cohort. I have friends with first class and higher GPAs that are paid lower than I am. On the flipside, I know of people with highly specialised skills and without stellar grades that are paid $4-5k straight out of school. All in all, grades dont always dictate salary.

Now that I've address the whole "local uni = good grades + high starting salary" argument, I'll address the "SIM = failure in life point". There's a multitude of reasons why ppl go to private unis. Some aren't as privileged as we are (tbh most ppl I know from school come from middle to high income families) and have to work while studying part time. Others go even further, having to support their families with wtv lil money they can earn with a diploma. That, my friend, is extremely admirable and I can't say that, in my four years of uni education, have I made such a huge impact on the lives around me.

So pls dont be narrow minded and categorise ppl from SIM/SUSS as failures in life. Sometimes, privilege does buy one a path into a local autonomous uni and beyond.
**** your mother you troll. You stupid or what? Local degrees are much cheaper than private degrees. Bursaries are available for the lower income families so what are you going in about? Loser SIM fella posing as local uni grad.

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Old 28-08-2019, 10:34 AM
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**** your mother you troll. You stupid or what? Local degrees are much cheaper thuran private degrees. Bursaries are available for the lower income families so what aryou going in about? Loser SIM fella posing as local uni grad.
My mother is doing just fine. Thanks for the concern. Also, your comment was unnecessary, tasteless, and lacking in class.

You do realise that local uni fees range a great deal depending on one's major, right? Also, adding in the cost of overseas exchange that most NUS/NTU/SMU students go on, local autonomous unis might just cost the same or more.

If you think that bursaries are the solution for all lower income families, they're not. Many depend on income to survive and are the breadwinners for their families.

Uh. Lol. Posing as a local uni grad? Ha....

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Old 28-08-2019, 11:20 AM
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Graduated from clementi lse with 2nd lowers right after GFC in 09... got first employment thru MAS's Fresh graduate intern program "FGIP" with a pay of only 2000...fast forward 10 years later..currently on 11k/mth... add in bonus easily >150k..

Its up to you to believe it or not, I dont lose a piece of meat if you dont.

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Graduated from clementi lse with 2nd lowers right after GFC in 09... got first employment thru MAS's Fresh graduate intern program "FGIP" with a pay of only 2000...fast forward 10 years later..currently on 11k/mth... add in bonus easily >150k..

Its up to you to believe it or not, I dont lose a piece of meat if you dont.
Cool story bro


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Cool story bro
troll la .... mas dont even have such a program
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s://.asiaone.com/News/Education/Story/A1Story20090731-158291.html
Sun, Aug 02, 2009
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DESPITE the economic downturn, fresh graduate Tan Peiling had no problems looking for a job.

The 23-year-old found employment a month after graduating in mid-April this year.

Miss Tan, who graduated from the Singapore Management University with a Bachelor of Science (Economics) and a second major in Corporate Communications, was recruited by Citibank Singapore (Citi) under its one-year Citi Banking Trainee Programme.

She said: 'I thought that there would be fewer jobs on offer or that it would take me longer to find one.'

But her job hunt proved more smooth-sailing than she had anticipated.

She applied for10 jobs, and received the offer from Citi three weeks after she had applied.

The Citi Banking Trainee Programme is supported by the Monetary Authority of Singapore's (MAS) Finance Graduate Immersion Programme (FGIP).

The FGIP was introduced to encourage financial institutions to provide fresh graduates with industry and research attachments during this period to develop talent in preparation for the upturn.

Apart from Citi, a number of financial institutions have signed on to the FGIP, including DBS, UOB, OCBC and Standard Chartered Bank.

Miss Tan said she had found out about the programme via word-of-mouth.

She said: 'My friend, who'd previously worked in my department, told me what the job entails. I'd always wanted to work in a bank, so I didn't want to miss this opportunity.'

Trainees are deployed across the bank's corporate, consumer and private banking departments, and maybe trained in front, middle or back office operations. Miss Tan is now a Relationship Management trainee in the Corporate Banking department.

She said: 'The learning curve has been steep because I've had to learn about the systems and processes of the bank, and pick up finance terminology from scratch. 'But I've received a lot of on-the-job training. Citi is a great place for a fresh graduate as the people here are very motivated, and you can learn a lot if you take the initiative.

At the end of the programme, trainees may be offered full-time positions.

Fresh graduates who prefer to create employment opportunities for themselves can turn to SPRING Singapore's Young Entrepreneurs Scheme for Startups (YES! Startups) for first-time entrepreneurs.
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Tbh whatever sch you come from whether is clementi LSE or Clementi Yale. Doesn't matter.

It is up to individual to make a difference.
Don't blame your school. All up to yourself, your hunger, drive and capability.
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Tbh whatever sch you come from whether is clementi LSE or Clementi Yale. Doesn't matter.

It is up to individual to make a difference.
Don't blame your school. All up to yourself, your hunger, drive and capability.
Don't be a ****ing idiot, it definitely makes a difference in terms of the knowledge you obtain as well as your starting point.

Only idiots like you still think all degrees are made equal. Local Degrees will always trump distance learning institutions.
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Hey guys just thought of starting a thread for all fresh degree grads from UOL.

Local Uni grads, feel free to input your starting pay for the envy of others lol.

For me, i'm getting a miserable $2,300.
When I was a fresh grad im earning 2.5k/month. After working for a yr and found a job at https://randstad.com.sg, my salary went up to 6k.
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