Study in Singapore is a common question among students. To address this question, we give the following benefits that will convince you to study in Singapore.
100% successful student visa application
When applying for a visa in other countries, there will be a slew of verification before giving you a visa, and the probability of failure is not less. Singapore’s open education system, on the other hand, always makes it easier for international students to study overseas because the visa is almost always 100%.
Possibility of staying and working for a good wage
Singapore, where the vast majority of people are immigrants, encourages individuals with talent and the ability to stay and contribute to their country. The government is willing to spend money to send you to school and train you in exchange for working for Singapore for 3 to 5 years on a not-so-low income when you graduate. Even if international students desire to stay and naturalize on the island, the state is highly welcoming.
There is no need to provide financial evidence.
When studying abroad in nations with similar educational systems, you must provide financial evidence. But you do not have to show it in Singapore. They even lend money to students to help them pay for their education. Long-term loans with an extremely low-interest rate.
A high-quality education system at an affordable price.
Singapore courses are challenging, but also quite appealing due to the instructors’ appealing teaching approaches and sophisticated facilities. Furthermore, undergraduate studies in Singapore take only 2 to 2.5 years, with a one-year extension for master’s degrees. Costs for international students’ families are decreased as a result of the reduction of time (the total cost is usually 40% lower than in the UK, Australia, and the US).
Low level of crime
Singapore is one of the safest countries in the world because its citizens uphold the rule of law. Even minor infractions are subject to hefty fines. Singaporeans instill a strong moral compass in their children. Therefore, people have formed good habits and avoided negative habits since then. Parents can be confident in their children’s academic performance as well as their moral character.
What is the cost of studying in Singapore?
Tuition fees in Singapore will depend on the level of study and school, the tuition fee range is:
– Primary and secondary schools: at these two levels are supported by the Singapore government, so tuition fees are low
+ Primary school: 390 SGD/1 month
+ Secondary school: 600 SGD/ 1 month
– Program O, A level:
+ Public school: 2,500-3,500 SGD / 1 year
+ Private school: 9,500-11,500 SGD/ 1 year
– English: 2,500 – 12,500 SGD (2 – 10 months)
– Foundation Program: 4000- 10,000 SGD (4-8 months)
– College: 7,000-10,000 SGD (8-9 months)
– Advanced College: 8,000-10,000 SGD (8-9 months)
– University: 15,000-20,000 SGD (9-12 months)
– Master: 20,000-25,000 SGD (12-18 months)
Singapore has one of the best standards of living in Asia. The cost of living is relatively low when compared to other popular study destinations such as the UK, US, or Australia. Accommodation, food, transportation, clothing, books, health insurance, and personal expenses are all part of the cost of living in Singapore. The average cost of living in Singapore ranges between 750 and 2000 SGD. However, this is highly dependent on each individual’s lifestyle.
What do you need to study in Singapore?
• Form 16 (student information) (Blue Sea support)
• Form V36 (Blue Sea support)
• Application form for students’ courses (Blue Sea support)
• Passport scan
• 3×4 and 4×6 photos with white background (4 photos)
• Birth certificate – Notarized with translation
• Academic records (including academic records, highest transcripts, relevant degrees) – Notarized with translation
• Employment confirmation form (if any) – Original or notarized with translation
What are the prerequisites for studying in Singapore?
Conditions for entering public schools
The hallmark of Singapore’s special education system is that you can get a university degree in up to three years less time than in Vietnam. Route of reference:
• Grade 6: Register for the AEIS entrance exam in September or October every year.
• Grade 7: Register for the AEIS entrance exam in September or October every year to have the opportunity to enter secondary schools of the Singapore Public System (2 years). After that, they will take the O level exam to enter high school (Preparatory University).
• Grade 10: Studying for A-level exam preparation course for 1.5 – 2 years, if you pass, you can apply for majors at public universities (2.5 – 3 years)
Applying to private schools or foreign associated schools is a simpler approach to bypassing difficult tests and stressful exam preparation.
Conditions to enter private schools, international schools
• Minimum GPA of 6.5
• IELTS 5.5 for college level
• IELTS 6.0 for university
• IELTS 6.5 for masters
Singapore’s training system is broad and high-quality. BlueSea introduces you to a variety of well-known industries and their corresponding high-quality schools:
|Industry name||School’s name|
|Information Technology||Singapore Management University (SMU), Information Technology University (IT), James Cook University Singapore (JCUS), SIM, Kaplan, MDIS, PSB|
|Hotel tourism management||SHRM College, Dimensions International College, LSBF|
|Medicine – Pharmacy – Nursing||NUS National University, Nanyang Technological University (NTU for short), Yong Loo Lin under the National University of Singapore; Nanyang Polytechnic; Ngee Ann Polytechnic, EASB|
|Design – art industry||LASALLE Arts College Singapore; Raffles College of Higher Education; Nanyang Academy of Arts (NAFA) Singapore|
|The media||Kaplan; SIM Global; MDIS, Curtin University|
|Pedagogy||NTU, SIM Global|
|Electronics and telecommunications engineer||NTU; SIT; PSB, Auston|