Study in Singapore


Why study in Singapore:

    • Singapore is a beautiful country with a top notch education system.
    • Singapore has endless career opportunities.

 

    • Singapore has extremely amazing sea weather with lots of sunshine and rain showers any time of the year.

 

    • The education system of Singapore adopts the western ideologies and methodologies to encourage the individual learning among the students.
    • For business studies Singapore is world famous because of business friendly environment.
    • The official language of Singapore is English.

 

    • In cleanliness no one can beat Singapore; Singapore has been named as Garden City because the streets are lined with trees.

 

  • In terms of safety Singapore has very strict laws and low crime rate so overall it has excellent safety.
  • Singapore provides an inter-cultural environment as well as the best global networking opportunities.


Eligibility:
For UG Courses:

    • Students will need to provide 10th and12th mark sheets, and must have IELTS and TOEFL scores in between 6.5-7 or 90-100 to prove their English proficiency.

 

  • If you want to apply for bachelors courses at private universities, you need to have a minimum score of 65% or above in 12th.


For PG Courses:

    • To apply for master’s programmes, you will need to submit 10th, 12th and bachelors mark sheets.
    • SOP 2LORs and an updated CV.
    • If you are applying at private universities IELTS is not required.
    • IELTS/TOEFL might be required for other universities.
    • For vocational courses in Singapore, GRE/GMAT/SAT might be required.

 

    • Moreover, students applying for masters in Singapore must hold a recognized bachelors degree with minimum 55% or above.

 

    • If you want to apply for MBA programmes at Universities like the NUS/NTU/SMU/ SP Jain and INSEAD, you should have 2–3 years of work experience in your required field.

 

  • Private universities like the MDIS/PSB/JCU do accept candidates without any work experience for MBA courses.


Admission Procedure in Singapore:

    • Attested copies of mark sheets of class 10th, 12th, and the Bachelor’s degree (if applicable)

 

    • Two academic reference letters from professors of your college.

 

  • If you have work experience then two letters of recommendation from the employer/manager who knows you well and can comment on your professional work abilities.
  • Statement of Purpose (SOP)
  • Updated CV
  • Essays (If demanded by the university)
  • GMAT / GRE / IELTS / TOEFL Score report
  • Certificates/achievements in extracurricular activities
  • Proof of funds


Tuition Fee:

  • For UG Courses-(30,000-60,000 SGD) Rs15,85,827-31,71,654 approximately
  • For PG Courses-(50,000-90,000 SGD) Rs26,43,045-47,57,481 approximately


Cost Of Living in Singapore:

  • Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sq ft) furnished accommodation in expensive area SGD $3,393 (Rs1,79,118)
  • Monthly food and groceries; SGD $160 (Rs8446)
  • Monthly Utilities; SGD $158 (Rs8340)
  • Internet and mobile charges; SGD $60 (Rs3167)
  • Transportation; SGD $120. (Rs6334)


Scholarships by Singapore:
There are numerous scholarships provided by the Singapore government and public or private institutions for international students.

  • Singapore International Graduate Award
  • Singapore International Pre-Graduate Award
  • SIA Youth Scholarship
  • GIIS Singapore Global Citizen Scholarship
  • GohKeng Swee Scholarship
  • Amity Global Institute Merit Scholarship
  • President’s Graduate Fellowship (NUS)
  • Singapore Millennium Foundation (SMF) Research Grant Programme


Documents required for Singapore Visa:

  • Valid passport for at least three months beyond your period of stay in Singapore.
  • Student Visa Application Form
  • Application fee payment receipt, as you are required to pay S$30, which cost Rs 1500.
  • An issuance fee of S$60 (Rs 3000) has to be paid once the Student’s Pass is approved and issued.
  • The offer of place.
  • Two passport sized photographs (if applicable)
  • Bank Statements.
  • Bank loan sanction letter.