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Careers N’ Options (A division of Careers N Options Services Pvt. Ltd.) provides wide range of services for studying in Singapore. For information on our Admissions, Visa service and other services. Contact our Counselors on phone no. +91-7666 377 377 on all working days between 10:00 AM and 7:00 PM (IST).

Benefits of studying in Singapore

Singapore degrees are recognized worldwide. The reasons that make Singapore a preferred study destination:

  • Multi Religious Nation
  • Stable Economy
  • Infrastructure And Accessibility
  • A Multicultural Nation With A High Quality Of Life
  • A Vibrant City Lifestyle
  • The Cost Of Living Is Comparatively Lower Than That Of Other Countries.
  • World Class Education At An Economical Price – Cost Of Education Also Being Comparatively Lower Than That Of Other Countries.

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About Country

Singapore is a home to millions of Chinese, Malaysian, Indian and Eurasian people. The country has a multiracial society with current population of about 2011 census 5,183,700 (of whom 3,257,000 are Singapore citizens). Home to the busiest port in the world and the 3rd largest financial trading hub Singapore has been ranked as the most preferred destination in terms of quality of living,.

Singapore has been ranked as the most preferred destination by Asian expatriates in terms of quality of living.

Buddhism is the most widely practised religion in Singapore, with 33% of the resident population declaring themselves adherents at the most recent census. The next largest religious demographics, in order of size, are Christianity, non-religious, Islam, Taoism and Hinduism. The proportion of Christians, Taoists and non-religious people increased between 2000 and 2010 by about 3% each, while the proportion of Buddhists decreased. Other faiths remained largely stable in their share of the population.

Time zone

A tropical rainforest climate, also known as an equatorial climate, is a type of tropical climate in which there is no dry season. Tropical rainforest climates have no pronounced summer or winter; it is hot and wet throughout the year and rainfall is heavy and falls throughout the afternoon frequently.
Average daily temperatures are at around 27°C throughout the year. Extensive cloud cover and heavy rainfall prevent diurnal temperatures from rising much over 33°C.
Rainfall is heavy and is usually convectional.

Transport within Singapore is mainly land-based. Almost all parts of Singapore are accessible by road, including islands such as Sentosa and Jurong Island. The other major form of transportation within Singapore is rail: the Mass Rapid Transit which runs the length and width of Singapore, and the Light Rail Transit which runs within a few neighbourhoods. The main island of Singapore is connected to the other islands by ferryboat services.

In Singapore, cars and other vehicles drive on the left side of the road, as in neighbouring Malaysia.

Some Facts
CAPITAL: Singapore
CURRENCY: Singapore dollar ($) (SGD)
LANGUAGE: Malay, Chinese (Mandarin), Tamil and English
TIME DIFFERENCE: 2 hours 30 minutes ahead of ISI

Major Economy

The economy of Singapore is a developed country and highly developed state capitalist market economy. While government intervention in the market is kept at a minimum, the state controls and owns firms that comprise at least 60% of the GDP through government entities such as the sovereign wealth fund Temasek.

It has an open business environment, relatively corruption-free and transparent, stable prices and one of the highest per capita gross domestic products (GDP) in the world.

The Port of Singapore is the busiest in the world, surpassing Rotterdam and Hong Kong. In addition, Singapore's port infrastructure and skilled workforce, which is due to the success of the country's education policy in producing skilled workers, is also fundamental in this aspect as they provide easier access to markets for both importing and exporting, and also provide the skill(s) needed to refine imports into exports.

Established Industries

Main Industries: Skill-intensive Industries, Knowledge-intensive Industries, Globalisation of Industries, Established and Growing Industries, Electronics and manufacturing, Food and beverage, CapitaLand Limited, Security Logistics, Electronics and manufacturing, Real estate Transport

Education System

The Ministry of Education aims to help students to discover their own talents, to make the best of these talents and realise their full potential, and to develop a passion for learning that lasts through life.

They have a strong education system. Singapore students aim high and they achieve very good results. This is recognised around the world.

Part time work during studies

International students are normally not permitted to work part time during their studies unless the college offers them an internship. This is quite common in Singapore institutions. Please contact Careers N’ Options for details.

Students studying in National Universities and Government owned Polytechnics are allowed to work part time up to a maximum of 16 hours per week.

Work opportunities after studies

More than 7000 MNCs along with 100,000 small & medium companies have set up their base in Singapore. Thus Singapore offers limitless career and networking possibilities to the students studying there. Singapore enjoys a very high employment rate.

“With the rise in job vacancies and low unemployment, the seasonally adjusted ratio of job vacancies to unemployed persons hit a decade-high with 138p job openings for every 100 job seekers in Dec 07” – taken from Ministry of Manpower, Singapore website

Visa Requirement

  • » Good academics
  • » Finance to support education
  • » Genuine Intentions to Study in Singapore
  • » While making the Singapore student visa application, the total expenses for the first year of qualification plus plan for following year/s of study has to be shown
       which includes tuition fees & living expenses for course duration. These funds can be shown only in liquid forms.
  • » Visa processing time for visa varies from 4- 6 working weeks.
  • » English Requirement - Not mandatory however certain Institutions request for official English score of IELTS / TOEFL

Fee Structure

Under Graduate Studies
Universities: 13,000.00 – 18,000.00 SIN$ per year
Colleges: 5,000.00 – 15,000.00 SIN$ per year

Post Graduate Studies
Universities: 15,000 .00 – 22,000.00 SIN$ per year
Colleges: 12,000.00 – 18,000.00 SIN$ per year

Academic Requirement

Most of the universities in Singapore admit international students from countries like India, Malaysia, Nepal and Hong Kong etc.

Students must have completed at least twelve years of education before applying for under graduate courses at Singapore universities.

Though SAT scores are not required for international students, mentioning the scores help gain entry easily.

Scholarship / Bursaries

Like any other nation of the world special scholarships are allotted in Singapore for students to encourage higher education in them. The students who meet the criteria required for receiving the scholarships can apply for the one's that suits their career interests. There are some special scholarships for the students in need of financial assistance and for those with exceptionally good academic background.

Disclaimer: This guidance is for students interested in studying abroad in particular country. It is only a guide for which information is taken from various relevant websites. It aims to answer some common questions. Visitors are recommended to contact the Careers N’ Options office for most updated information.