Singapore universities may add places if Covid-19 disruptions bite

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SINGAPORE - The authorities have left the door open for continuing to make more spots available in Singapore universities for students whose plans to study overseas are hit by the pandemic, if disruptions continue.

They will consider doing this even if the cohort participation rate for Singaporeans again goes beyond the 40 per cent that has been planned, said Education Minister Chan Chun Sing.

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