Thank you for your reply. You are real quick! The school is not a government linked one. My former school was a WDA training center but the one I'm enrolling has got nothing linked to the government. I was looking at the EPEC application form and did not get what they mean by "Qualification country". Does that mean the country one's education was done or the country where the certificate was issued? You know, like those students coming from Raffles College for example, some of their degrees are linked with oversea universities. I'm not going to Raffles, but that's an examplesundaymorningstaple wrote:Better, but then again, if it's not a government linked school, but a private one, you may not be any better off at all. Look for your degree/school on the EPEC list of qualifying schools to see. MOM no longer offers LPR to graduates of local tertiary institutions like they did several years ago. Now, they only want your money. Before they wanted your money and your labour.
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