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Our primary purpose is to equip students with the skills and knowledge required for them to excel in their professional fields. We believe that this is achieved by ensuring that all our personnel reflect our values and aspirations.

‘Kaizen’ is a Japanese business philosophy which we have fully embraced – simply put, it means continuous improvement.

We encourage our people to look for ways to grow in their careers and to be actively involved in developing their skills and capabilities. We believe that in doing so, our people will be able to support their individual development needs, as well as our organisational needs and industry requirements. To facilitate this, we offer: learning and development opportunities, subsidise the cost of approved training programs, as well as study leave options.

Correspondingly, we recognise the contributions of our people by celebrating and acknowledging their achievements through our Employee Recognition Award (ERA) program.

“Business cannot succeed in societies that fail.” – Björn Stigson, President of the WBCSD.

This is another philosophy which we have embraced. We do not operate in a vacuum. We believe in the intrinsic good of being a contributing member of society. We are also cognisant that in so doing, we are helping to secure our own long-term stability and sustainability. Kingston International College accordingly has a robust Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program which promotes and facilitates: responsible business practices and the active involvement of employees and students in charity/community based projects.

As an International College, our personnel come from all over the globe – each contributes to the rich fabric of skills and experiences we harness for organisational success.
If you believe that you would be a good fit for our organisation and you would like to be considered for one of our available positions, use the form to the right to send us your resume.

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