The National Institute of Education (NIE), an institute of Nanyang Technological University, Singapore is one of the leading teacher preparation institutions in the world, and has been an integral part of Singapore's education system since it was first established as the Teachers’ Training College in 1950. NIE has a strong reputation for evidence-informed graduate, executive leadership and professional development programmes and courses for teachers, educators, researchers, policy makers, and other professions. These are delivered through the Office of Graduate Studies and Professional Learning (GPL) with the support of the Academic Groups that represent a range of disciplines.
Our faculty members are deeply passionate about teaching and learning. They are experts in education and many are also internationally renowned in their respective academic fields. Our aim is for our students and course participants to become thought leaders, skilful teachers, disciplinary experts and good researchers who can bring critical change in their respective professional contexts and academic fields. This aspiration is embodied in our philosophical statement of “Learning Differently, Leading Change”.
We look forward to you joining us in one or more of our programmes as you embark on the next stage of your lifelong learning journey.
Associate Professor Ang Keng Cheng
Dean, Graduate Studies & Professional Learning
Professional and Leadership Development Programmes and Courses
Through the Office of Graduate Studies and Professional Learning (GPL), the National Institute of Education, Singapore, offers high quality and contextually relevant professional learning programmes that support teachers and other educational professionals as they master competencies required to become effective practitioners. We also have a range of leadership programmes to prepare and develop school leaders to lead with impact in a rapidly changing educational landscape.
The Professional and Leadership Development unit of GPL manages all professional and leadership programmes and courses delivered by NIE Academic Groups and visiting academics.