Boston Business School is a Private Education Institution established in July 2004.
We have been registered with CPE since 20 May 2010. Committee for Private Education (CPE) is part of SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG). Our current registration is valid until 2 June 2023. On 27 October 2016, we were also awarded with an EduTrust certification. It is currently valid until 26 October 2020. The award of this certification essentially means that Boston Business School has a higher standard of quality assurance for the delivery of adult and post secondary programmes.
In support to our vision to be A Leader in Adult and Post Secondary Education, we have partnered the Confederation of Tourism and Hospitality (CTH) and Pearson Qualifications International (PQI) in UK to meet the challenges of producing the next generation of globally competitive and highly skilled workforce. We also offer locally awarded Hospitality Management programmes designed to be challenging and innovative, meeting high academic and industry standards.
We have a team of qualified, experienced and dedicated people committed to ensure your success.
We are located at BUGIS, one of the most prosperous parts of the city. Accessible by a number of public transportation, you can be in class within minutes wherever you are in Singapore. There are also many hotels, restaurants, shopping and entertainment centres within the vicinity of the School.
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