Why Study in Singapore?
Singapore is emerging as a popular destination to study among the international students. In today's relentlessly innovating global economy, knowledge is not pursued in isolation. Singapore has a rich history and culture. With the passage of time the city-state has emerged as an important trading destination in Asia. Diverse cultures, languages and religions give Singapore a cosmopolitan look. Singapore is considered to be one of the easiest places to do business with.
World class learning The two public universities in the country the National University of Singapore and the Nan yang Technological University each has more than 20000 students. These universities have a number of undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes and doctoral degrees. Many of the professors at these schools are leading authorities in their field.
Study choices The amount of study choices may not be more but the quality of the education provided by the universities are commendable. Within little span of time the institutes in the country have excelled.
Worldwide recognition Besides the local universities and polytechnics, Singapore is home to many of the world’s leading universities through their Asia Campus or collaborations with the local universities of Singapore. INSEAD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, IIM Bangalore. These all have made the value of studies in Singapore count a lot.
Technology Many universities incorporate the latest technology into their curriculum, encouraging students to obtain proficiency before they go out into the workplace. Specialized technology, such as the newest medical equipment in medical schools, allows each student to maximize their true potential and gain experience that is marketable in the real world.
Differ from University to University. University like NTU, NUS require 2 years work experience & GMAT mandatory with 1st class degree. Entry requirements for undergraduates are 85% above. SAT is require for NTU & SMU. NUS doesn't require SAT. Private sector: undergraduate require. Postgraduate: first class degree is require.
University intakes August + July. Once a year. Polytechnic have July intakes running throughout the year.
1st week of January is deadlines for polytechnics. 28th February is the university deadlines for M.B.A. and MSc. course in university deadline is March 31st December is the deadline for Undergraduate courses in NTU. For private institutes you have to apply 3 months in advance before the intake.