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Singaporean private education sector: Regulatory reform

In October 2016, the Singaporean Committee for Private Education set out a series of changes to the regulation of the private education sector.

These changes will impact Singaporean private education providers delivering UK programmes, and therefore UK universities working with those providers. It will also impact any UK universities established as private providers in Singapore. This information note sets out the detail of these changes and their perceived impact.

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