Study in Singapore
Why Study in Singapore
- Singapore is a cosmopolitan city and a premier destination for lifelong learning.
- Outstanding student facilities and a multicultural environment
- Everyone speaks English, you won’t have to adjust to a new language.
- You will get to taste a fantastic mix of Asian and European cultures.
- Regardless of your chosen degree, Singapore is the perfect study destination if you plan to become an expert in your field of study, but also want to acquire a business mindset.
When you study in Singapore Part time work is allowed up to 20 hours per week, with many restrictions and depends upon the approval of your university.
Post-Study Work Visa
Cost & Expenses
Study in Singapore expenses:
- Most public universities in Singapore charge high tuition fees that range from 9,000 to around 80,000 USD/per year.
- Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in social sciences, engineering or natural sciences that have tuition fees between 8,000 and 11,000 USD/year.
- Medicine and health-related programmes usually have higher tuition fees of around 43,000 USD/year
- Prices for a room are between 560 and 1,200 USD/month.
On average, you’ll need at least 1,400 USD/month to live in Singapore.
To study in Singapore, admission is based on your academic record especially school or college CGPAs and past achievements. Each university sets its own required documents but, generally, most of the following will be included:
- Certified copy of high-school diploma or previously completed degree
- Translation of the course modules and grades
- Passport photo
- Copy of your passport
- Proof of language proficiency – English – IELTS or TOEFL
- Motivation letter
- Application fee
- Valid passport – Your passport must be valid for at least three months beyond your period of stay in Australia
- Completed Student Visa Application Form
- Application fee payment receipt
- Acceptance letter from the host university
- Two-four passport sized photographs
- Transcripts, and certificates of your education
- English Language Test Scores IELTS/ TOEFL
- Financial statements to prove you have funds for remaining tuition fee and living expenses
- Personal interview, if applicable
- Book airline tickets
- Arrange accommodation near the University
- Arrange transportation to/from the airport to your new home
- Arrange your banking requirements – consider buying traveler’s currency card
- Check baggage and customs limitations
- Clear all paperwork with your home educational institution
- Travel insurance certificate
- Letter of Acceptance (LOR) by the educational institution
- Important addresses and phone numbers
- A bank statement showing proof of funds
- Prescriptions for any medication you are carrying
- Medical and immunisation records
- Academic history and university transcripts
- All documents submitted for Visa application