CONGRATS Vincentia!

Vincentia is currently continuing her study to master’s degree in architecture at National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (NTUST), Taiwan. She was a graduate of our Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND Diploma in Graphic Design. “My journey at BIC had been a fun, rewarding, and knowledgeable one. Thanks to the experience and skills that Beacon has equipped me, they have broadened my horizon and I can develop myself more. Overall, I am very proud to be part of BIC, and thankful to all the academic and non-academic staffs that always concerned about my study and my future.”

School visit from SMA EDU GLOBAL

A warm welcome to the group of energetic students from SMA EDU GLOBAL School from Bandung Indonesia who visited Beacon on 27 November 2013.

Raw Talent Exhibition

“Raw Talent”, the year 2013 Beacon International College design exhibition featured art works of students from Edexcel BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in 3D Design, Graphic Design and Interactive Media.

Semakau Landfill visit

Students and staff of Beacon made a trip to visit the Semakau Landfill on 14 November 2013

New Student Orientation

All of the new students had a great time getting to know their new classmates and our staffs through a series of fun games and activities, and not forgetting, a GREAT BBQ!


Nemocha has just graduated from Nanyang Technological University Singapore in 2013 with Degree (Hons) in Material Science and Engineering. She was a student of Beacon’s Preparatory Course For Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education (Ordinary Level) Examination. “Thank you for always being there for me, nurturing and guiding me along the way. I appreciate all that you and the Beacon teachers have done for me. The time that we spent together are my best memories which I will always treasure.”

A Visit to the Chocolate Factory 2nd August 2013

Students from the Diploma in Business and Information Technology Course organized a trip to the Chocolate Factory on 2nd August 2013 as part of their Business Communication assignment.

Racial Harmony Day – Unity in Diversity

‘Unity in Diversity’ the theme of this year’s Beacon International College Racial Harmony Day. On 18 July 2013, staff and students dressed in vibrant colours of ethnic costumes from different countries, celebrated Racial Harmony Day with grassroot leaders and residents from the Kampong Glam constituency. The occasion was graced by Mr Eric Low Siak Meng, Corporate Advisor of Beacon International College and Mr Chia Tek Yew, Chairman of Beacon International Coll ege; and sponsored by Ministry of Home Affairs -Singapore United and Kampong Glam Inter-Racial and Religious Confidence Circle. This event introduced to our international students the different cultures and impressed upon them the importance of racial and religious harmony. To kick-start the event, everybody got up to welcome one another with a ‘Selamat Datang’ which means “WELCOME” in Malay. Apart from having students from different countries and cultures, Beacon is also a place where international talents meet – a true reflection of Unity in Diversity. It was an entertaining afternoon. We were treated to a display of ethnic food and cooking demonstrations by Beacon’s ‘MasterChefs’ and were thoroughly entertained with a time of songs and dances with a fashion parade thrown in by ‘International Stars’ — all presented by our very own Beacon Students. Students from our neighbouring country Malaysia demonstrated the fruit and vegetable salad dish ‘Rojak’. The Filipino students treated the audience to a big feast going the traditional way of eating mixed rice on banana leaf using our hands known as ‘Kamayan’. Nowadays the practice of ‘Kamayan’ is seen more often in less urbanized areas. After the big feast, our two pretty young Vietnamese students showed us how to whip up the refreshing Vietnamese Papaya Salad also known as ‘Goi Du Du’. Show-time started with a trip down memory lane with One Night in Beijing and then it broke out into the young and energetic Hip-Hop dance – all choreographed by our students from China. Next we saw a comedy skid about courtship in the old days in Sri Lanka. The highlight of the day was the Fashion Runway where more than twenty students showcasing ethnic costumes of different countries from China to America, Japan to France, and India to Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and of course, Singapore. Our Indonesian and Indian students entertained us with a fusion of Indonesian and Indian dances. The upbeat and rhythmic music of Bollywood got everybody on their feet and dancing to the beat. Last but not least, our very own home grown talent of the sensational Korean pop star PSY got everyone young and old swinging into action – the Beacon Style! The event ended the Singapore way – with food galore! We were treated to an array of local popular savouries and sweet-and-colourful nonya-kueh! With wonderful weather, delicious food and great entertainment, it was the perfect occasion for the forging of new friendships and strengthening of existing bonds – a great testimony of Unity in Diversity.

Gardenia factory visit

Students and staff of Beacon had a memorable Field trip to Gardenia and understand more about the supply chain management.