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SSTC Institute, Singapore

The Partner

SSTC Institute is a premium private education institution established since 1978. As testimony to their commitment to quality education and academic excellence, it has been awarded the 4-year EduTrust Certification by the Committee for Private Education (CPE) of the Ministry of Education, Singapore.

SSTC Institute strives to be recognised for the high quality of their courses, delivery and teachers. It wants to be known in all the markets it serves as the premier school of choice for students. At SSTC Institute, their mission has been the same through the 40 years. It focuses on the student and his or her aspirations. It uses quality education to empower their students to achieve their goals and dreams. No matter what careers they plan to be in, SSTC Institute wants to play a role in helping them get there.

The Partnership

The partnership between Northumbria University and SSTC Institute includes a sport management pathway for people with various academic backgrounds to eventually graduate with a BSc (Hons) in Sport Management from Northumbria University.

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