Friday June 5, 2020

Singapore fellowship plan gets state funding

{ "#" : "The government is to fund a fellowship programme allowing Irish graduates to study and work in Singapore," , "i" : "writes Niamh Connolly."}

22nd May, 2010

{ "#" : "The government is to fund a fellowship programme allowing Irish graduates to study and work in Singapore," , "i" : "writes Niamh Connolly."}

Minister for Foreign Affairs Micheál Martin will announce details of the scheme during a visit to China and Hong Kong this week. Martin will visit five cities during the five-day visit, which is designed to help boost trade between Ireland and China.

In Hong Kong and Shenzhen, Martin is to meet with...

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