Study in Singapore

  •   Population: 5.399 million
  •   GDP: $327.557 billion
  •   Number of Universities: 34
  •   Currency: Singapore Dollar (SGD)
  •   Official Languages: English, Malay, Chinese, and Tami

Singapore is a multicultural nation with an excellent opportunity, both professionally and socially. It is a vibrant city-state providing wide-range of opportunities for international students who are looking to experience a true cosmopolitan lifestyle.

Singapore, the “Lion City” is known for its economy and financial success.

Singapore prides itself in maintaining high standards of teaching and learning, as well as scientific research. Education in Singapore has strong links with industry; so, as a student you will be able to gain practical experience and find employment more easily in your chosen field.

Singapore also has a wide range of private institutions, along with foreign universities with campuses in Singapore.

On average, you can expect to pay around US$10,000 per year for tuition fees, although it depends on the course and institution. Arts courses tend to be less expensive than Science courses.

  •   The earliest recorded name for the present day Singapore is 'Temasek' (means 'Sea Town' in Old Javanese language)
  •   Kallang River, the longest river in Singapore, is just 10 km long.
  •   Singapore is the second most densely populated sovereign nation in the world. About 7,600 people live per square km in Singapore.
  •   Singapore consists of one main island and 63 other tiny uninhabited islands and islets. Singapore's area is 697 square km and only 18 countries are smaller (191 sovereign nations have bigger area)

Singapore's climate is classified as tropical rainforest climate with no true distinct seasons. Owing to its geographical location and maritime exposure, its climate is characterized by uniform temperature and pressure, high humidity and abundant rainfall.