Studying abroad allows one to amass different language, culture and traditions of other societies and makes a religious graduate culturally agile. SCWO recognises that any knowledge acquired is valuable and can be better applied if the experience matches the needs of Singapore society. Hence, SCWO organises workshops and dialogues that would allow students to be familiar with Singapore's present and future context. Some of these workshops include updates on Singapore's statistics and policies, inter and intra-faith discourse and navigating religion and state.
Students from different universities attending dialogue session with Minister Masagos Zulkifli in Cairo, 2019.
Engagement session with students in Saudi Arabia in 2019.
Engagement session with students in Morocco in 2019.
Inter Students Associations Retreat (ISAR) with Singaporeans students studying in Malaysia Universities in 2019.
Engagement session with students in Brunei Darussalam in 2018.