Singapore is one of the best place to finish higher studies abroad economically when compare to the top three destinations UK, USA and Australia. Singapore is vibrant nation with excellent teaching and educational system. Singapore is one of the leaders in providing higher education worldwide. Singapore has six national universities. And the most prestigious university of Singapore is National University of Singapore. It is ranked as one of the best universities in the world.
Singapore also has many private institutions, along with foreign university campuses in Singapore. Singaporean universities will regularly collaborate with other foreign universities.
You have to apply directly to the college or university you are interested in. So it’s very important to know about the deadline for submitting applications. Observe the website of respective institutions for further details regarding admission notification.
The visa application process is linked with the university you apply .All students who secures place in the university of Singapore will receive their visa with the letter of approval. A student pass allows you work during your studies. All international students can work during holidays. But to a limit of 16 work hours to week in a term time.
The tuition fees in Singapore will cost around an average of US$10,000 per year. It may vary depending on your university. Students are eligible to apply tuition fee grants with the Singapore ministry of education. Even though it can be applied only after securing a place in Singaporean university. All international students are required to sign a bond that will commit them to work for a Singapore-registered company for at least 3 years after completing their degree. The period of the employment bond is longer for students of medicine (6 years) and dentistry (5 years).
The official language for instruction in Singapore is English. The other official languages are Chinese, Malay, and Tamil. Singapore is great city with excellent opportunities for education and work. And that’s why you should study in Singapore.
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