Contacts and Useful Links

Already in Germany, and want to take part in our activities? Then wait no more and register with us to stay in touch with the latest happenings in Singapore! You can also join us on our Facebook group and ‘Like’ us on our Facebook page to show your support and pose questions if you have queries regarding studies and life in Germany.

Queries & Sponsorship
Still have queries on studying in Germany, or keen to find out more about how we can offer help and assistance? Drop us an E-mail and we’ll do our best to reply your queries!
If you appreciate our efforts, identify with our organisational aims and would like to support us do feel free to contact us as well – as a non-profit organisation led by unpaid volunteers, all forms of support, be it financial or in kind, are greatly appreciated. Every form of support, be in by ‘Liking’ us on Facebook, sponsoring us or donating any amount to support our activities go a very long way in keeping the SSAG spirit alive! 🙂

Our Partners
Planning to go to Germany for your higher education but not sure where to start? Or are you a student in Germany nearing the end of your study and looking for job opportunities in Singapore? Below are some links to several organisations who have helped us and our members in various ways over the years!

Contact Singapore
Contact Singapore was formed in April 2008 with the goal of drawing people from around the world to work, invest and live in Singapore, as well as to encourage overseas Singaporeans to return to the country. Through programmes such as Careers@Singapore, Experience@Singapore, Insights@Singapore and various other programmes, Contact Singapore has been crucial in developing ties with the various Singapore Student Associations and other overseas Singaporean societies around the world.

Singapore Economic Development Board
The Singapore Economic Development Board was formed in 1961 as part of the government’s attempts to develop Singapore as a leading global hub for business and development. It has played a crucial role in Singapore’s history, such as its roll in developing the Jurong Industrial Estate and the National Research Foundation. Currently maintaining 21 offices in 12 countries, the EDB is poised to be a key player in attracting global companies to Singapore.

German European School Singapore (GESS)
The German European School Singapore (GESS) is a multi-lingual, not-for-profit, international school in Singapore with a distinct European flavour. At our two green campus locations GESS provides international education to 1,500 students of more than 50 nationalities from Pre-School to Grade 12. As anauthorised IB World School our European Section offers tuition in English for students from 3 years old to high school across all three IB programmes. The German Section of GESS offers all major German school leaving certificates. Currently, more than 300 full and part-time staff are employed at the CIS accredited school.

Our other valued partners

Useful Links
Still need more information on studying in Germany, Austria or German-speaking Switzerland? Consult the following websites!

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