Smallest ASEAN member country with a total land area of 719.9km2. Besides its main island, Singapore has 63 tiny islands, most of them uninhabited. Both a city and a country, Singapore is often called the little red dot. Though small, there’s plenty to see, do and explore in the city-state.
Ancient Singapore was founded by Sang Nila Utama, a prince from the Srivijaya empire, who set sail with his men during the 13th century and landed on the island where they spotted a lion. The animal was believed to be auspicious, so the prince decided to build his new city on the island, naming it “Singapura” or Lion City. To this day, Singapore is referred to as the Lion City.
Today, cosmopolitan Singapore is a melting pot of cultures, made up of Chinese, Malay, Indian and Eurasian races, with the Chinese comprising the majority of the population. Even though each race has its own distinctive culture and religion, its festivals and celebrations are enjoyed by all.
The East Asia Institute of Management is one of the leading private education institutions in Singapore, offering a comprehensive suite of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across major disciplines, such as Hospitality & Tourism Management, Business Management, Accounting, Finance, Business Information Systems, Marketing, Medical Bioscience, Real Estate Management, Psychology, and many more.
20 minutes away from Singapore’s Changi Airport, the school occupies a land area of approximately 17,500 sqm and gross floor area of 11,000 sqm. The facilities can accommodate up to 4,000 enrolled students. The school is also in close proximity to the Toa Payoh and Novena MRT stations.