The national movement provides Singaporeans with the opportunities to develop their fullest potential throughout life, regardless of their starting points.
Among the five popular destinations in Asia for British expats, annual tuition fees in Malaysia were the lowest at about S$23,200, almost 33 per cent lower than Singapore.
Nexus and EtonHouse international schools have announced expansion plans amid growing demand from expatriate parents who have struggled to find places in local schools.
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) students made up 41 out of 48 perfect scorers in Singapore, while Hwa Chong International School and St Joseph's Institution International each achieved a 100 per cent pass rate in the November 2015 International Baccalaureate diploma examinations.
This is higher than Singapore's national pass rate of 97.7 per cent.
Health Sciences polytechnic graduates who have completed National Service earn the highest median monthly gross salary of S$2,610, according to the 2015 Graduate Employment Survey.