Customize Your Program
Designing Your Custom Program
We believe this kind of learning experience demands a unique travel itinerary, and that’s why we specialize in customized travel programs. Whether its J-term, spring break, May-mester, etc., our program development team, alongside our Global Academic Team, will consult with you to translate your curriculum into a one-of-a-kind learning experience that will deliver the educational outcome you’re looking for. From selecting your destination to identifying interactive experiences that bring your classroom to life, our thematic approach ensures that your goals drive every decision we make together.
A Personal Partner
Once your program is developed, you’ll work directly with an account manager who will be your champion, working directly with our large team of logistical experts, curriculum specialists, and on-the-ground partners. Our loyal clients see their account managers as an integral part of their own university teams, ensuring that your program is uniquely yours each and every year.
Meet our VP of Program Development
Jennifer Fisher leads a team of WorldStrides’ program development specialists, working directly with new university clients to globalize their curriculum with short-term faculty-led cultural immersion experiences. Jen brings a passion for customized curriculum solutions to this role after more than 20 years working with institutions of higher learning.
To begin customizing your program, give us a call at 1-800-422-2368.
Topics to Explore
In Singapore, you might choose to explore the following topics:
More than 80 of the top 100 software and services companies have established regional headquarters in Singapore including Hewlett Packard, IBM, Oracle, Cisco, Alcatel, Crimson Logic, and Tata Consultancy Services. Meet with leaders in some of these companies to discover why Singapore is ranked as the 3rd most “network-ready” country in the world,
It is no accident that Singapore has developed into Asia’s largest center for foreign exchange and commodity trading, as well as a growing wealth management hub. Study the country’s purposeful march toward becoming a global financial center and meet with bankers and wealth managers who’ve flocked to the region.
When Singapore first became independent in 1965, it relied almost entirely on imported water from Malaysia. Today, it is a global leader in water management innovation and an emerging hydrohub. Learn about its integrated approach to water and study how it turned this weakness into a strength and an economic opportunity.
Today, tiny Singapore boasts a successful free-market economy, a much-touted urban development strategy, and a government noted for its lack of corruption. This prime economic climate has allowed Singapore to become a leading force in the high-tech industry and an increasingly distinguished player in the financial sector. More than 80 of the top 100 software and services companies have established regional headquarters in Singapore including Hewlett Packard, IBM, Oracle, Cisco, Alcatel, Crimson Logic, and Tata Consultancy Services. It has also been ranked by the World Bank as the world’s easiest place to do business, and is ranked as the 3rd most “network-ready” country. It may be tiny and it may be young, but Singapore is a national model, inspiring many other nations who seek to do what it has done.