Singapore as a Global Education Hub
World-class universities – like INSEAD, Johns Hopkins University & MIT – have set up presence in Singapore. In addition to this, the Singapore government has laid down a new framework for excellence of education in Singapore: academic excellence, organizational excellence & student protect/welfare excellence.
Singapore’s safety, low crime rates, and high standards of living are well renowned, offering international students an ideal environment for higher study.
A Multi-Cultural Nation with a High Quality of Life
The nation’s rich multi-cultural heritage is highlighted through the various ethnic groups (Chinese, Malays, Indians, Eurasians) living together harmoniously that have gradually acquired a distinct identity as Singaporeans whilst still maintaining their separate customs and festivals.
Best of East West
No other city offers a more alluring mix of cutting-edge infrastructure, world-class education system and dynamic cosmopolitan vibe thanks to a blend of Eastern and Western cultures.
Singapore is the Asia-Pac regional headquarters for most global organizations and is therefore a hub of major economic activity. There are various international companies in Singapore where students can look forward to excellent professional networking as well as job opportunities in one of the best business environments in Asia.
Work Permits for students
Full time graduate students are allowed to work part-time of up to a maximum of 16 hours a week while pursuing studies, to support themselves economically.. However, students need to obtain permission from the (International Student Center) ISC.
Affordable Quality Education
Tuition fees are affordable and the cost of living in Singapore is still significantly lower than of many developed countries.
Bilingual Education System
Singapore encourages English speaking. English is widely used everywhere in Singapore, from road signs and signboards to mass media and entertainment. Singapore has four official languages: English, Malay, Mandarin Chinese and Tamil.
Reasonable Tuition Fees
Tuition fees are affordable and the cost of living in Singapore is still significantly lower than of many developed countries. Therefore, studying in Singapore can be a wise economic choice.