Study in Singapore

Singapore is a sovereign island country in Southeast Asia, at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. With one main island and 62 other islets, it has enhanced its total area by 23% through reclamation. Founded as a colonial trading post of the British East India Company, after the company’s collapse, it was ceded to British crown, then occupied by the Japanese. After independence, Singapore grew as a commercial, financial and transportation hub. With many ‘best’ titles to its name, it sure is a place that many dream of living in. Education, along with healthcare, quality of life and safety, are of the finest class. Its passport is ranked second, along with Germany and after Japan as one with least restrictions. Diversity abounds and that accounts for the nation having four official languages.





Why Singapore ?

A small island with a big potential, everything here is in tune with the highest international standards. Education is excellent with globally renowned institutions where students from around the world come to study. It offers unmatched diversity, safety and work opportunities.


Internationally Acclaimed Education

With two of the world’s top 15 universities in the world right here in Singapore, the technology, natural sciences and engineering courses are highly regarded.


Making a Living

Ample opportunities for students are a big draw. The unemployment rate here is quite low, making it one fo the most preferable places to be when you are looking for work.


Scholarships & Aids

All students coming to study in Singapore can avail a grant of varying amounts that requires them to stay back and work in Singapore for at least 3 years.


Moderately Affordable

Singapore is a bit expensive to live in but when it comes to education, it is reasonable considering what it offers.


Cultural Melting Pot

As a place where people come to work, study and live from all around the world, it sure is a great cultural experience.



Proximity

Just a short flight away, Singapore is special for Indian students for its closeness and easy accessibility.