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Singapore, which celebrated 50 years of independence in 2015, has become a must-see destination for travellers around the world. Singapore is composed of 60+ islands and home to four official languages: Malay, English, Tamil, and Mandarin Chinese. Singapore offers students a unique learning experience as they receive a perfect blend of the social, cultural and educational mix. In addition, the country offers the sophistication of modern living making Singapore truly vibrant and cosmopolitan.

All international students are eligible to receive a grant for their tuition fees, which the amount varying depending on the course and institution. There is strong collaboration between universities in Singapore and others around the world. These partnerships will mean that as a student you are given an enormous range of opportunities and as a result, your studies can truly be a global experience.

A strength of Singapore’s education system is its bilingual policy. Singapore itself is a multicultural and diverse island nation. People living, studying and working in Singapore have originated from all over the world and as a result, the country is the collection of diverse cultures, ethnicities, and religions. This incredible diversity functions in harmony, as the nation is relatively free from conflict.

Students who opt for higher education courses in engineering also have a good chance of securing jobs in Singapore after their internships. A rapidly growing economy, the island country is home to a slew of institutions which includes its own highly ranked universities in addition to subsidiaries of international universities.

In terms of studies, it is most known for its management programmes which attract a sizable portion of international students. Given a large number of exchange students from Europe, the country is the perfect place to experience global education. The country has over 1,00,000 international students currently.

Students studying in Singapore receive the same standard of education and living at a lower cost as compared to western countries. Proximity to India (home is just 5 hours away by flight) makes Singapore an ideal destination for Indian students wanting to pursue studies abroad.



SP Jain School of Global Management
Dimensions College, Singapore
Nanyang Institute of Management, Singapore


International students can work during vacation without a work pass if they are:
• Full-time matriculated or registered students in one of the approved institutions
• Holding a Student Pass issued by the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA)
The Edu Trust Certification Scheme (Edu Trust) is a quality assurance scheme administered by Council of Private Education (CPE) for Private Education Institutes (PEIs) in Singapore which aims to distinguish private institutes that are able to consistently maintain a high standard of quality.