Our Key Partners

Young Urbanists collaborates with schools, institutions and local government, developing compelling education content, enabling young people to make sense of the cities around them.

Singapore City Gallery LogoSingapore City Gallery
The Singapore City Gallery tells the story of Singapore’s physical transformation – it’s past, present and future. The gallery is an informational and education hub for the public and professionals to explore city planning, urban development and architecture.

URA LogoUrban Redevelopment Authority
The Urban Redevelopment Authority is the national urban planning authority of Singapore, and a statutory board under the Ministry of National Development of the Singapore Government.

Through our collaboration with the Urban Redevelopment Authority, Young Urbanists has also worked with staff and students from a range of Singapore schools and institutions, these include:

  • Ministry of Education
  • National Library Board
  • World Cities Summit
  • Lycée Français de Singapour
  • National University of Singapore
  • Nanyang Polytechnic
  • Republic Polytechnic
  • Singapore Polytechnic
  • University of New South Wales
  • Anglo Chinese Junior College
  • Raffles Institution
  • Raffles Girl’s School
  • Catholic High School
  • Holy Innocents’ High School

Tanglin Trust School LogoTanglin Trust School
Tanglin Trust is a private, not-for-profit, British-based International School in Singapore for Students age 3 to 18 years with IB and A Level at Sixth Form. All three schools at Tanglin are rated ‘Outstanding’ by UK Ofsted and are the recipients of numerous awards for quality teaching and learning. Young Urbanists as worked with the Humanities (specifically Geography and History) Departments in Tanglin’s Junior and Senior Schools.

Our Facilitators

Young Urbanists also works with Junior College and Polytechnic students, training them to become urban storytellers and problem solving facilitators. They have provided assistance in our Urban Design Crash Courses, Walking Tours and Design Thinking Workshops, allowing us to accommodate up to 60 students in a single session.

 

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