That's not a good attitude. Everybody has their importance in society, and who knows, in the grand scheme of things, maybe Singapore doesn't need Chemical Engineers to be permanently anchored in Singapore?ecureilx wrote:Also means your parents could afford to let you study in Singapore, something those more competitive may not be able to do due to $.WoShiDavid95 wrote: Seriously, is it even possible to bribe our way to NTU/NUS, if that's what you're implying... Singapore is like virtually free of corruption. I got into NTU purely on merit, I did well enough for O levels to get into a JC and well enough for my A levels to enter NTU's Chemical Engineering... that should mean I'm competitive enough, no?
Especially if an F&B worker is deemed competitive enough for PR...
Can you feed a 1,000 people with your Engineering Degree ?
PS are your local friends of the atas class ?
That's not what I meant, I'm just saying if you're basing it purely on competitiveness then it doesn't add up if an F&B worker gets approved whereas those with more qualifications don't.