Cost of study in Singapore
The cost of study in Singapore for international students could vary between SGD 2000 and 12,000. The tuition cost is relatively inexpensive, and most universities offer financial aid for international students. Living expenses could be including stay, transport and food. Housing expenses (rent) could be SGD 150–1000, depending on the type of accommodation the student selects.
Scholarships for international students
Singapore is a country known for its academic excellence, and it has courses on offer that are affordable. The Ministry of Education (MOE) provides financial aid to international students studying in Singapore. Some universities comply with the need-blind or merit-based admissions norms. Every deserving student who has a good academic record and a lot of potential is granted admissions, regardless of his/her financial difficulties, under need-blind admissions criteria.
You can apply for scholarships at the following institutes in Singapore –
1. ICAS Training & Education College
Benefits of studying in Singapore (Pathway Programs)
With its relatively affordable education and top-notch courses, Singapore is an excellent study destination for Indian students. The visa process is simple and hassle free as well. Being very proximate to India also means cheaper air-fare.Also institutions from the USA, UK and Australia have opened satellite campuses in Singapore to offer their courses at a subsidised cost. With so many positive factors in place, Singapore has become an education hub and popular study abroad destination for Asian students.
A Student Pass allows
you to work during your studies. All international students can work during
holidays but are limited to 16 hours of work per week in term time. However,
it’s important to note not all students are allowed to work during term-time,
so you will have to check regulations to see if it applies to you.