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Old 15-06-2019, 08:30 AM
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Since got scholarship means you will go study masters full-time right?

Don't think it will enhance your CEP.. But you can try going to private sector first after your masters and ask for a raise, then go back public sector with higher value attached to you (thus can demand more pay)..
I'm not original poster. Do you know what you are talking? Take PG scholarship no need to serve bond?

My answer to original poster: taking masters will not increase CEP. But if CEP not high enough they will not spend money give you PG scholarship. So if you are offered, your CEP is there already. I'll choose to study. A good break and good chance to network

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Have anyone have friends who do business while in civil service? Do u know if it is allowed and what are the chance of the approval being accepted?

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I'm not original poster. Do you know what you are talking? Take PG scholarship no need to serve bond?

My answer to original poster: taking masters will not increase CEP. But if CEP not high enough they will not spend money give you PG scholarship. So if you are offered, your CEP is there already. I'll choose to study. A good break and good chance to network
how abt a phd pg scholarship?

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I'm not original poster. Do you know what you are talking? Take PG scholarship no need to serve bond?

My answer to original poster: taking masters will not increase CEP. But if CEP not high enough they will not spend money give you PG scholarship. So if you are offered, your CEP is there already. I'll choose to study. A good break and good chance to network
There are scholarships outside of civil service you know... You heard of such things before?Or you think everything revolve around civil service?


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There are scholarships outside of civil service you know... You heard of such things before?Or you think everything revolve around civil service?
Thank you for the advice! Anyway i was from private sector to public sector.. Have been in the work for ard 5 years before the pg scholarship is offered.. And yes, theres a bond to it.. Having been not studying for more than 10 years.. The thought of going back to school gives me the jittery.. But you are right too.. Its a good opportunity to take a break from work.
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There are scholarships outside of civil service you know... You heard of such things before?Or you think everything revolve around civil service?
Chill.. Probably cause the thread is under civil servant.. But good guess.. Im in the public service for 5 yrs alre..
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Fresh grad FCH non-uniform and non-specialised scheme in a Ministry - 4.3
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I'm not original poster. Do you know what you are talking? Take PG scholarship no need to serve bond?

My answer to original poster: taking masters will not increase CEP. But if CEP not high enough they will not spend money give you PG scholarship. So if you are offered, your CEP is there already. I'll choose to study. A good break and good chance to network
But yes I am currently in the public sector. Was from private sector prior to the switch.
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miss my old pay in gahmen

easily >$150k pa had i not left
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miss my old pay in gahmen

easily >$150k pa had i not left
How old are you now? You may be getting more than what you get if you stay at gahmen? Never know.
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