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Anselm Chu

Anselm Chu

Company: Singapore Cambodia International Academy (A Member of Singapore Institute of Management)

Job title: Managing Director & School Director

Bio:

Mr Anselm Chu is currently the Managing Director & School Director of Singapore (Cambodia) International Academy Co. Ltd (a wholly-owned subsidiary of SIM Group) and Director of Project Office Cambodia. Prior to his current role, Mr Chu was an Associate Lecturer, University of London (UOL) International Relations and Head of Career Development Office of SIM Global Education.

He spent more than a decade of his life in education sector and has taught at Raffles Girls’ School (Secondary), NUS High School and Confucius Institute. He also took up several key positions; Vice President of Strategic Development (China & ASEAN), Macckly Education Consultancy; Programme Director (International), College of International Education, Shandong University; Deputy CEO & Chief International Education Officer, Deming Education Investment Group (Guangzhou, China).

Mr Chu contributed to the society through his voluntary youth service as the National Chairman of People’s Association Youth Movement; Vice President, ASEAN Youth Council; Director, Regional Advisory Board, Commonweatlh Youth Asia Centre and as the Founder of Global Youth Congress.

Mr Chu holds a B.A. (Political Science & History), National University of Singapore; M.A. (Contemporary China), Nanyang Technological University; Diploma in TESOL, London Teachers’ Training College; Diploma in Training & Development, SIM & Institute of Training & Development UK.

Seminars:

In Conversation: Insights From The Education Industry 3:30 pm - 3:50 pm

How has the education industry been embracing technology disruptions and increase engagements with its stakeholders?Read more

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Panel: Technology & Jobs: Inverse Correlation? 10:00 am - 10:30 am

There is a prevalent perception that technological disruption is going to render many conventional jobs obsolete. From chatbots to answer queries to machine learning that could decipher sophisticated problems, technology is perfoming numerous conceivable jobs done by humans. Will increase in disruptions mean decrease in jobs?Read more

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day: Day Two