Singapore Education - FAQs
Yes, some of the Singapore institutions do have application fees and few of them don’t.
No, students studying in private institutes are not allowed to work part-time during the studies. Students studying at Government Universities are allowed to work part time 16 hours per week.
Yes you will have the option to take the paid internship while doing your course. Internships after the main course are also available in Singapore.
No, IELTS is not compulsory in Singapore. But if you are enrolling in USA, UK & Australian University campuses IELTS is mandatory.
There is no age limit. As long as you meet the minimum requirements, you are eligible to apply. Each application is considered on its own merits.
After successful completion of the course students are allowed to stay in Singapore for 1 month on Social Visit Pass.
Yes. Generally, scholarships vary between S$1000- S$10000 and are given on merit basis.
Hospitality and tourism management, business management & administration, banking & finance, logistics, Engineering are the main areas of management.
The EduTrust Certification Scheme is a quality assurance scheme administered by CPE for PEIs in Singapore. It aims to recognize PEIs that are able to consistently maintain high standards in key areas of management and in the provision of education services. Students should always select edutrust qualified institutions for higher studies.
There are 3 types of accommodation available in Singapore. On campus or off campus college hostel, private hostels, shared flat or house with other students, paying guest/ home stay accommodation.
In Universities it is August and January. Singapore institutions have multiple intakes for diploma programs namely August, November, January, and March.