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Study in Singapore

Singapore has a rich history and culture. With the passage of time the city-state has emerged as an important trading destination in Asia. Diverse cultures, languages and religions give Singapore a cosmopolitan look.


Singapore is considered as a gateway to Asia and the west. Studying in Singapore will give you access to a world class education with a lower living expenses and tuition fee. Besides being closer to home, student visa to Singapore is a hassle free and a much simpler process.


A multicultural nation, Singapore is ranked first in Asia for its quality of life in the mercer Quality of Living global city ranking 2009, as well as worlds first for city infrastructure in the same survey. Host to over 7000 multinational companies, Singapore is considered to be one of the easiest places to do business with.


The Government of Singapore spends a huge amount on education and it is among one of the top priorities of the government. After the secondary education, students can get themselves enrolled to a junior college and then move on to any one of the four universities present in the country.


Singapore's education system promotes excellence and is part of a progressive, cosmopolitan community. Singapore currently attracts over 60,000 international students from around the world.


In Private Schools

Students can go for either of the following

  • Bachelor Degree

In Public Universities

Students can go for either of the following degrees

  • Graduate Degree
  • Doctoral Degree
  • Graduate Diploma

Singapore is relatively small with a population of only 4.4 million residents, Singapore has a massive tourism industry which continues to grow year on year. With approaching 10 million people a year visiting the country, it has also attracted a number of Expats living in Singapore who are impressed by the climate, the standard of living and the employment potential.


Students can obtain a foreign university degree which is recognized worldwide without having to travel to a western country. Singapore is a safe city with a low crime rate. The cost of living in Singapore is reasonable. English is a common language in Singapore & it offers a conducive environment for students to improve their standard of English. As many international companies are investing in Singapore, there will be good job opportunities for management professionals.


Through the Work Holiday Program and Internships, students will get the opportunity to experience a challenging working environment in Singapore.

Students will be exposed to real-world work situations that can be the foundation for their future career. Some companies see internships as a way of assessing the suitability of candidates for full-time employment. Compensation and benefits during internship varies among companies.

International students enrolled in Singapore's public universities and polytechnics as well as foreign institutes of higher learning are allowed to work part-time up to 16 hours per week during school term.


They need to obtain prior permission from the Student Liaison/Affairs Office of their respective institute. They can work full-time during vacations. The International students enrolled in the Private Education Organisations are not allowed to work part time during their course.

International student's who graduate from Institutions in Singapore enjoy a choice of career options, with great demand for qualified individuals in talent-hungry Singapore.

In Singapore, exciting jobs can be found in media, hospitality, hotel and catering, information technology, design, banking, engineering, nursing, telecommunications, marketing, healthcare and many more.

Not surprisingly, students can use their Singapore education as a springboard to a great career both in and outside of Singapore.


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