Too much time on one thing can make us lose sight of the bigger picture. It’s important to think about the consequences of our actions, particularly with regard to our immediate environment.
Studying can mean nightly cramming and a full timetable. But ploughing our own furrow can be just as beneficial.
The National University of Singapore is making a priority of teaching its students how to stay human.
A newly opened college is set to welcome undergraduates, introducing them to an interdisciplinary education based on a wide variety of subjects from the humanities and natural sciences.
With plenty of room for creativity and collaboration, students have a unique opportunity to enhance their personal approach to learning.