Singapore may be small in size, but the country is known for its booming and extremely stable economy. Lot of factors combine to make Singapore a perfect destination to study. Singapore witnesses quite a significant student influx because of endless career opportunities and presence of many reputed international universities.
Singapore also has a skilled workforce, corruption-free society, low tax rates, well-developed infrastructure and very low unemployment rate with extreme cleanliness and negligible rate of felony, making it a favourable destination for international students.
All in all, Singapore can be a perfect destination for your higher studies because it provides quite affordable education when compared to countries like Canada, Australia, U.S.A. or U.K.
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Universities in Singapore are either private or public campuses or branch campuses (satellite campuses) of other popular higher education institutions.
Polytechnics provide more industry-oriented programmes which prepare work-ready graduates. Both diploma and degree programmes are offered at polytechnic institutions.
ITEs provide technical-oriented studies in areas like business, electronics, media and applied sciences. Students studying at ITEs develop technical skills and knowledge to work at several industries.
Though academic intakes vary from institution to institution, there are two intake periods in general. The admission cycle changes depending upon the admission cycles of various other universities which have campuses in Singapore.
Living expenses could be anywhere around SGD 5,000, including stay, transport and food. Housing expenses range from SGD 150 to 2,000, depending on the type of accommodation the student selects.
The cost of studying in Singapore for international students could vary between SGD 2,000 and 12,000. The tuition cost is relatively inexpensive, and most universities offer financial aid for international students. Here are average costs of different levels of programs.
Student Work Rights
Singapore does not allow students to take up just any work. The Universities in Singapore have internships related to the course that student is planning to study. A student can only opt for the related internships. Also, most of the universities have partnerships with industrial houses which provide the students to work part-time.
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