Live and study in one of the most cosmopolitan and picturesque cities in the world. Experience a vibrant arts culture, stunning scenery, superb shopping and a pleasant climate while you gain an internationally recognised university education.
Why study in Singapore?
As a student in Singapore, you live in Asia's most well-developed and modern city and in one of the world's top 15 best cities to study in, according to QS rankings. The former British trade colony has created a unique niche for itself in the two short centuries it has existed. Singapore offers a lively combination of ultramodern skyscrapers, tropical rainforests and colorful ethnic urban areas. Singapore is a very safe city to live in, since the crime rate is extremely low. The standard of living is high and you can enjoy a daily average temperature of 27 degrees while you are studying a high international standard.
Education in Singapore
In Singapore, you can study:
- bachelor's degree
- master's degree
- Study abroad a semester or two
All within a wide range of subjects and programs. Among the most popular subject areas are business, accounting, banking, international business, management, marketing, HRM, advertising and much more.
Financing your studies
There are several possibilities of financing your studies. It may be through help from parents, bank loans or by applying for scholarships from different associations. You can also apply for a scholarship from the university. Furthermore it might be possible to finance your education abroad through loans or public grants from your home country. Our talented study advisors can provide you with more information about how it is possible to finance your studies in Singapore. By contacting our skilled student advisors, you can receive a estimated price on your dream education in Singapore.
Accommodation in Singapore
Singapore boasts a diverse range of options to suit all requirements and budgets. Renting a room or sharing an apartment with friends is another popular alternative. You have the choice of renting government housing (Housing Development Board apartments), or private housing (landed property or condominiums).