Singapore, the world's only island-city state, is a global commerce, finance and transportation hub. Although it is a relatively young country, it has been rated by the World Bank as the "easiest place to do business" for 10 consecutive years. For a country its size, it has a plethora of languages, religions and cultures. Plus, it ranks number two on the Index of Economic Freedom, has several entrepreneurship visas, and its government usually approves foreigners' employment passes within days. Home to several well-known startup hubs, Singapore's tech scene is extremely diverse and fast-paced. When you choose Singapore as your host city, you place yourself in one of Asia's most promising tech startup hubs.
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Mount Holyoke College is a liberal arts college for women located in South Hadley, Massachusetts. One of its students spent her summer interning as a Sage Corps fellow in Singapore.
Meet Alya Didier, City Manager in Singapore. She has an amazing story and some really interesting insights into the startup scene there. Better yet, she’s an entrepreneur herself!
Located in the heart of one of the world’s most vibrant cities, New York University is an elite private research institution home to some of the nation’s brightest students. This summer, one NYU student left the Big Apple for an adventure in the Lion city.
Haiwen learned an new language AND valuable skills in Singapore. Read more here!
FULL-TIME ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAM:
- 8- or 12- week program
- Work full-time at a tech startup
- Attend weekly professional networking events and speaker series