JobsCentral Learning T.E.D. Awards 2019 Spotlight

PSB Academy, School of Business and Management

PSB Academy was honoured at the annual Jobscentral Learning Training and Education Development (T.E.D.) Awards 2019 with six wins in the Higher Education category.

One of these is in the area of Accounting, Audit and Taxation, where its award is a reflection of the high standards of quality and scope its courses provide.

Dr. Sam Choon Yin, Dean at PSB Academy and Head of School of Business and Management, gave generous credit to those who worked hard to make this happen. "This award would not have been possible without the strong support of PSB Academy's staff, students, industry partners and university partners. So this award is for you," he affirmed, gesturing expansively with the trophy.

Amongst its educational offerings, PSB Academy prides itself on its wide range of accounting and finance courses that give students knowledge and skills for analysing financial and management accounting information, and relating accounting and finance principles to management decision making.

PSB Academy partners with many celebrated tertiary institutions to ensure that their programmes are exceptionally wide-reaching and thorough. They offer full-time and part-time bachelor's degree courses in accounting and finance from prestigious Australian Universities such as the University of Newcastle, Australia and Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland.

Once known as Singapore's Productivity and Standards Board, PSB Academy is known today as "The Future Academy". Its approach to education focuses on what really matters: performance in the economy and job market of today. It prides itself on ensuring that its graduates are workforce-ready, and equipped with all the necessary knowledge and skills to be relevant and valued in their fields.

Holding his trophy firmly, Dr. Sam Choon Yin spoke with conviction of his plans for PSB Academy's future. "Definitely we will continue to produce or design programmes that are industry relevant and produce graduates who are career-ready," he declared.