UNLV Singapore Executive Education
university of nevada, las vegas

On Campus

 

Study Spaces

Panoramic city views from each of our six classrooms never let students forget they’re in Singapore.

Extended IT support and free Wifi is available throughout our campus for Executive Education students for the duration of their programs.

At our Central Business District campus, we provide remote-controlled or iPad-controlled classrooms to fully utilize our advanced technology. Classrooms are furnished with podiums, wireless microphones, projectors, Visualizer projectors, adjustable white boards, surround sound, and flexible seating arrangements to accommodate every class layout from small group discussion to large lecture.

Power poins at each seat allow students to take notes on their laptops or charge their mobile phones or tablets.

Partitioned white boards let group brainstorming sessions happen in the classroom, so program participants can work independently while still remaining close enough to reach out for help from the lecturer.



“SMART” classroom

Our signature “SMART” classroom has three LCD screens and one large projection screen to display four different images in a lecturer’s single presentation or the same image projected around the classroom to different areas of the audience.

An interactive pen allows the presenter to enhance and control the virtual presentation from an elevated stage podium in front of the projection screen.

Two built-in classroom-wide cameras give lecturers the opportunity to have participants interact with guest speakers from Las Vegas or around the world. The system also provides the chance for us to bring our Las Vegas experts directly to our clients for distance-learning sessions, which provides access to our Vegas faculty without burdening clients with the added expense of flying them to Singapore.

Contact UNLV »

  • UNLV Singapore Limited
    100 Victoria Street
    National Library Building #11-02,
    Singapore 188064
  • Phone: (+65) 6332 9538
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