Economics, Clearly: Intensive Microeconomics + Macroeconomics

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11 Sin Ming Road

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Singapore, 575629

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You might still have a few doubts after the recent promos. You might feel as though you still have a very superficial understanding of economic concepts. However, we would reassure you that you don't need to view your upcoming JC2 and the A-levels with trepidation! We invite you to join our highly experienced tutor and economist, Mr Bryan Cheang, who will conduct an in-depth review of both Microeconomics and Macroeconomics concepts so that you can achieve real clarity. You'll receive a meticulous and beautifully designed pack of house-style Economics notes to help you ace the examinations intuitively and easily. Furthermore, Mr Bryan Cheang will be on hand to answer any questions you may have, once the workshop is over. (You can read his testimonials from a wide range of Junior College students below.)

The programme will be conducted over the course of 2 sessions:

① Microeconomics, Clearly: Friday 18 October 7 pm - 9 pm

② Macroeconomics, Clearly: Saturday 19 October 1 pm - 3 pm

Academia Education Centre has paired up with the Adam Smith Center to bring you a learning experience like no other. This is the workshop for a new generation of future business leaders looking to acquire a deep knowledge of economics. Beyond the academic aims, we will help you to apply this knowledge to your future careers and put your insights into practice.

About the Tutor

Bryan Cheang earned his Masters in Political Economy at King’s College London where he now completes his PhD research. He researches into the political economy of development and applied economic policy. He is a graduate of National University of Singapore and an ex-civil servant in the Singapore government, working on human capital policies to improve small businesses. He brings this wealth of knowledge on economics and public policy into his interactions with students. His 9 years of experience with pre-university students have seen many of them not only gain admission into the courses of their choice, but find a newfound interest in economics and the social sciences.

Bryan is passionate about helping youths achieve their fullest potential. He has coached debaters to be more effective in their communication, advised undergraduate students on academic writing, tutored and mentored high school students and other colleagues in economics. More generally, he has always had an interest in guiding their future career aspirations.

Testimonials

Bryan has been a great tutor and mentor to me both in and out of lessons. Bryan taught me Economics during my 2 years in Raffles Institution (Junior College). During lessons, he uses engaging real-life case studies to exemplify his points and support his classes. He also corroborates his materials with studies from external professional organisations for writing stronger essays. He is patient in teaching and is very flexible and accommodating. He also goes out of his way to aid and encourage me especially during stressful periods such as those nearing exams. He has taught me valuable life lessons such as succeeding through deliberate practice and many other skills which will definitely be useful in my future endeavors. Overall, it has been a pleasant journey with him. Thanks Bryan.

Darren Seow, Raffles Institution (2018), Recipient of NUS Business School Scholarship

Mr Bryan was my Economics tutor throughout my journey of A levels from the year 2017-2018. Without a doubt, Mr Bryan was one of the outstandingly conscientious teachers I have ever met. His attention to detail along with the everlasting patience he had with me was definitely one of the defining factors that drove me on to complete my A level journey. That being said, I believe that Mr Bryan has consistently and continuously given his all for every lesson, ensuring that I had always strived for the best I could become. Not to forget the IMAGINE Conference he hosted just last year, that was simply awe-inspiring where he and the other speakers shed light on the many different economic concepts and perspectives. This actually displays his brilliant attitude to lifelong learning and it should act as a “virus” to others around him. In short, this write-up is an appreciation of him for constantly giving his best in the things that he does. Thank you Mr Bryan, you were and will always be a brilliant tutor.

Lloyd Koh, Pioneer Junior College (2018), Gained admission into NUS Accountancy

Bryan was my tutor for H2 Economics and H1 General Paper in 2016. Being a foreign student from Korea, I had initially struggled with these subjects due to the language requirements. But Bryan’s patience and his passion for the subjects gave me the confidence to improve myself. Not only did I do well for my exams, with Bryan’s advice, I also managed to gain admission into the Economics program at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.

Koh Jun Ho, Meridian Junior College (2016), Gained admission into University of Edinburgh Economics program.

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Academia Education Centre: Bodley Campus

11 Sin Ming Road

#B1-11

Singapore, 575629

Singapore

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