Students play games to learn more about CPF

The CPF Board’s programmes for students take a “game on” approach aimed at making the learning fun. PHOTO: CPF
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The Central Provident Fund (CPF) Board's student outreach programme has engaged over 40,000 people across 65 institutions since it started in 2019. The numbers would have been much higher but for a pause in the physical programmes owing to the pandemic.

Unlike adult financial awareness courses, which usually involve trainers giving investing tips and explaining how to apply them, programmes for students take a "game on" approach aimed at making the learning fun.

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