The History of Kaplan Singapore
It was established in 1989 as APMI, a regional provider of management education and lifelong learning programs and services. It was known as the Asia Pacific Management Institute (APMI) before it was acquired by Kaplan Inc., in May 2005. APMI was among the first private education organizations to be awarded the Singapore Quality Class (SQC) for Private Education Organizations. It is also one of the first management institutions to achieve the ISO 9000 quality certification in Singapore in 1996. Kaplan Inc. is a leading international provider of educational and career services for individuals, schools and businesses with 900,000 students around the globe. A for-profit private education institution headquartered in Singapore with other campuses in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the People's Republic of China.
Kaplan Singapore is academically organized into eight schools: Business and Information Technology, Concord Law School, Education, Health Sciences, Nursing, Open College, Professional and Continuing Education, Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Life in Kaplan Singapore
Kaplan Singapore has Sports Groups, International Community Clubs, Enrichment Groups.
Each year, U.S. News & World Report ranks 300 online degree programs. Kaplan Singapore’s ranking has ranged from number 56 to number 156 since 2013.
Kaplan University had an open admissions policy. Applicants were eligible for both Pell grants and federal student loans. The university offered members of the military discounted tuition rates as well as college credit for some of the military education they may have received while in the service.