Thursday, 17 September 2009 06:42

Singapore turns to Australia for SAP education

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The Singapore Government is sponsoring up to 100 people to gain SAP skills via a postgraduate course offered by Australia's Victoria University.

Up to 100 adult learners will receive course fee funding from the Singapore Government to undertake Victoria University's graduate certificate course in ERP with a specialisation in SAP.

Although Victoria University is based in Melbourne, Australia, the course will be delivered in Singapore in conjunction with local education provider Lithan Genovate. Victoria University also delivers ERP courses in Beijing as well as Melbourne.

The Singapore students will also perform a seven-month paid internship as part of the program.

"This commitment from the Singapore Government to subsidise the cost of study for interns in its Professional Skills Program confirms the worldwide demand for SAP skills and the role universities can play in satisfying this demand," said Paul Hawking, SAP academic programs director at Victoria University.

Students can also undertake SAP consultant certification in an elearning environment as an extension of their Master of Business in ERP Systems, Hawking noted.

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