Known for its diverse population and strict corporate culture, the island country sizzles in hyper activity and enjoys its reputation as the financial centre of Southeast Asia.
According to UNESCO, nearly 50,000 students flock to Singapore annually- one of the highest among the Asian countries. With the cost of education going upwards, more and more students, especially from Asia and Europe, are flying to the island nation.
One of the most important factors behind this is the plethora of grants offered to international students by the country’s Ministry of Education.
In fact, the ministry gives tuition grants of a total of about $210 million to international students annually.
Psychology and Counselling
Arts and Social Sciences
Singapore is considered to be one of the leading educational nations in Asia due to its High Standard of Education. National University of Singapore (NUS) and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU) – rank among the top 50 universities in the World.
Education Grants and International students may be offered the option of signing the Service Obligation Agreement in exchange for reduced tuition fees. International students who sign the Service Obligation Agreement are required to work in Singapore.
Being Asia’s financial and trade hub Singapore has a plethora of roles for qualified professionals.From banking sector job to an engineer.