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PUBLISHED: Dec 4, 2015 6:15pm

Taylor’s Nexus International School (Singapore) gets green light for Aljuneid campus

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The new Nexus International School (Singapore) campus will be constructed in a single phase. It will be situated on some 8.9 acres of land at Aljunied and caters to an enrolment capacity of 2000 learners across pre-school, primary and secondary departments.

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KUALA LUMPUR, DEC 4, 2015:

Nexus International School (Singapore) plans to relocate its campus from Ulu Pandan to Aljunied by end 2018 – following the recent award of land that it received from an inter-agency committee chaired by the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB).

According to Nexus International School (Singapore), EDB’s decision to award the land through a quality bid to is in line with EDB’s objective to encourage the growth of high-quality international schools in Singapore.

“Winning the bid against some of the best education institutions from around the world is testimony to the strength, quality and relevance of the Nexus brand of education,” Taylor’s Schools president BK Gan said in a statement.

Nexus International School (Singapore) is owned and operated by Taylor’s Schools – a unit under Taylor’s Education Group.

The group’s chief executive Datuk Loy Teik Ngan said the land award in Aljunied had reinforced its plans for Nexus.

He also said the group is encouraged that the Nexus brand continues to develop strongly and it is being recognised as a world-class education provider.

“This achievement has propelled the group from a Malaysian education provider to a premier global education provider, and we are delighted that the years of effort put into the development of the schools within Taylor’s Schools have been recognised at this level,” Loy said.

The new Nexus International School (Singapore) campus will be constructed in a single phase. It will be situated on some 8.9 acres of land at Aljunied and caters to an enrolment capacity of 2000 learners across pre-school, primary and secondary departments.

“This represents a significant growth in capacity from the current campus which has a capacity for 1200 learners,” Nexus International School (Singapore) said, adding that investments for the new campus would be some SGD230 million (RM967 million).

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