St. Joseph’s Institution International

Situated on a spacious, leafy campus with impressive facilities, St. Joseph's Institution International School is an independent co-educational Catholic day school in the Lasallian educational tradition. The school offers a holistic, values-driven and international educational experience to a diverse student body comprising more than 40 nationalities.

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Uncovering market insights and translating them into product solutions, Alvita Ardisara ’14

Tell us more about yourself. After graduating from SJII, I entered the National University of Singapore, where I majored in Food Science and Technology. Currently, I’m working as a Regional Marketing Executive at Symrise, a global flavours company whose major clients include F&B giants like Unilever and Nestle. What inspired …

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Learners from St. Joseph’s Institution International achieve top results in Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards

4 learners from St. Joseph’s Institution International have received prestigious awards from Cambridge Assessment International Education to acknowledge their outstanding performance in the November 2021 Cambridge examination series. The Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards programme celebrates the success of learners taking Cambridge examinations in over 40 countries around the world. Cambridge …

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Inspiring sustainable investing through the BAUM Movement: Timothy Chee ’20 & Matthew Koh ’19

Tell us more about yourselves. Matthew:Hi, I’m Matthew Koh, a proud member of the Class of 2019. Following graduation, I spent two years in National Service as an Army Officer. I’m currently working at a crypto venture capital fund before embarking on the next chapter of my life at Duke …

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