Overseas Programmes

Students from SCL are given ample opportunities to embark on overseas exchange programmes, internships and study trips. Over the years, the school has forged close relationships with various universities and research institutions internationally to provide our students with a global outlook in life. 

2016

South Korea Study Trip

40 students visited Pohang Accelerator Laboratory, Korea Textile Development Institute and Seobu Sewage Disposal Plant. Students gained insights into the manufacturing industries in Korea and immersed themselves into the local culture by visiting Namsangol Hanok Village, Gyeongbok Palace and many others. 

South Australia Study Trip

26 students visited Flinders University, University of Adelaide, University of South Australia, TAFE South Australia and South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute to understand the research carried out in the research institutes and working culture in South Australia. Students also had fun visiting Kangaroo Island and Haigh’s Chocolate Factory.

Germany Study Trip

21 students visited Germany to appreciate the different education system and working culture. Students visited BASF, TUM Garching and Hochschule Mannheim to acquire an understanding of the operations in the company and universities. The students also experienced the local cultural scene by visiting museums, churches and Nuremberg castle.

Panyu Polytechnic Study Trip

14 students visited Panyu Polytechnic. They completed one General Studies Module (GSM) and had the opportunity to interact with the local students and visited Chinese based companies to understand the working culture in China.

Chengdu Polytechnic Study Trip

18 students visited Chengdu Polytechnic. They completed one General Studies Module (GSM) and had the opportunity to immerse in the local culture and visited many cultural places in Chengdu.

2015

Scotland Study Trip

32 students visited Edinburgh Napier University, University of Edinburgh, University of Dundee, Queen Elizabeth South Glasgow University Hospital and Medimmune Pharmaceutical Company. They had the opportunity to interact with professors, research scientists and students from the various universities. They also visited the laboratory medicine department in the hospital and were also introduced to the drug discovery and manufacturing processes at the pharmaceutical company.

Seoul Study Trip

40 students spent 6 days in Seoul. They visited Veolia Wastewater Recycle Center, Korea Research Institute of Bioscience & Biotechnology, Whajin Cosmetics Company and Kia Motors to understand the operations of the industries relevant to their course of study. They also visited National Museum of Korea and Gyeongbok Palace to learn about the culture in Korea.