Features

Build The Skill: Communicate With Confidence

Confidence remains one of the top traits skilled professionals look for when hiring or promoting a candidate.
Read More >>

Overcoming Social Anxiety: The Spotlight Effect Explained

Have you ever gotten off at the wrong train stop and been too embarrassed to get back on, even when there is still time—because you are afraid that people will be laughing at you under their breath? Are you losing sleep over the upcoming presentation, worrying that you will mess up and the audience will remember your blunder forever?  
Read More >>

Scholarship Interview: The Rule of Six

Not every applicant gets to the interview process. All your efforts in building your profile to qualify for a scholarship, your detailed application, an impressive essay, and letters of recommendation have gotten you this far. If you are already preparing for your scholarship interview, congratulations—you have gotten one foot in the door!
Read More >>

Stop Procrastinating Already: About Eating Frogs, Editing Blank Pages & The Parkinson’s Law

We all fall prey to procrastination. From school assignments to dental appointments or simply having to clean out the leftovers in your fridge, some tasks are trivial, just cumbersome to execute, mostly no fun at all, and have no dire consequences. However, never quite getting to the things you want to accomplish in life because of avoidance behaviours will be a shame.
Read More >>

The Best Way to Learn Is to Teach

“Docendo discimus”, said the Roman philosopher Seneca, meaning that “by teaching, we learn”.
Read More >>

Master The Art of Video Communications

The pandemic has accelerated the use of video conferencing and technologies globally. Familiar names such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Cisco WebEx, and Barco weConnect are video platforms often used by organisations for recruitment, onboarding, training, meetings, medical consultations, and even design sessions.
Read More >>

The “No Brown M&M’s” Clause: Why the Trivial Details Matter

One may think that this request was just an outlandish demand and excessive behaviour of a prima donna rock-star. It turns out that the “no brown M&M’s” clause was actually a creative quality control measure, an ingenious business strategy.
Read More >>

Simple Habits to Manage Stress

To help students not worry alone, Mr Felix Cheok, an F&B industry veteran, touched on the topic of stress management in the most recent Scholarship Guide webinar, sharing tips on how to get ahead of anxiety, how to keep your mind and emotions in check when panic strikes, and how best to manage time.
Read More >>

Creating An All-Star LinkedIn Profile for Students & Recent Graduates

LinkedIn is dubbed to be the place for professionals to find and be found. With over 756 million members worldwide and two million from Singapore alone, 40 million people use LinkedIn to search for jobs each week; three people are hired every minute on the platform.
Read More >>

Study In Japan: Guide for Singapore Students

Scholarship Guide was honoured to invite Mr Sakamoto Shigeki from Waseda University to speak with students at the third instalment of its webinar series.
Read More >>
Load More