This year Embry-Riddle’s Asia Campus in Singapore marks its fifth year of providing solutions for the region’s growing workforce needs. Launched in January 2011, to date the campus has graduated more than 200 new aerospace leaders. Embry-Riddle Asia has seen a surge in enrollment from 20 students five years ago to more than 500 today and growing.
“By working closely with partner institutions based in Singapore like the Singapore Aviation Academy and ERC Institute, Embry-Riddle Asia delivers doctoral, master and bachelor degree programs with both part-time and full-time options,” says Graham Hunt, head of Embry-Riddle Asia. “In addition, the university has established an advisory board encompassing high-profile leaders in Southeast Asia to ensure our degree programs and graduates meet industry needs.”
Ninety years of innovation has earned Embry-Riddle a solid reputation as the world’s leader in aviation and aerospace education, says John R. Watret, chancellor of Embry-Riddle’s Worldwide Campus. “Our long and prestigious history was built on a bold vision and responsiveness to a dynamic industry—key factors in our decision to create Embry-Riddle Asia.”