- Singapore is a safe city with a low crime rate and a stable political environment. The cleanest Country.
- 76.2% of Singapore’s population is Chinese & 15% Malay and 7.4 ethnic Indian.
- Strategically located at the heart of Asia, Singapore is approx. 5 hours away from India.
- HUB of Business in Asia ‐ Fertile ground for Banking & Service Industry.
- Almost every MNC has its Asia‐Pacific Head Office in Singapore making it easier for students.
- Growing steadily at more than 5% rate for many decades with strong links to US, EU, China, India & Japan.
- The 25th best highly developed nation with a state‐of‐art transport system.
- Singapore is a nation built by immigrants and it still welcomes all who are keen to play a part in its economic development.
Types of Institutes in Singapore
Universities: Singapore has 6 Universities offering UG and PG degree programs.
- National University of Singapore
- Nanyang Technological University
- Singapore Management University
- Singapore University of Technology and Design
- Singapore Institute of Technology
- Singapore University of Social Sciences
Polytechnics: Singapore has 5 polytechnics which offer broad-based training for students inclined towards practice-oriented studies at the diploma level.
Private Education Organizations: There are more than 300 private Educational Institutions in Singapore. Most of them have accreditation with renowned international universities from countries such as Australia, UK and USA.
Some Institutes have three Intakes, some have four and some have Rolling Intakes, thereby recruitment to Singapore is possible throughout the year, for students as well as for Partners.
Part-Time & Full Time Work in Singapore
International students are normally not permitted to work part-time during their studies. However, they can apply for a work permit after their studies are completed and if they have found a job. There are a few exceptions to this rule.
In case the students are enrolled in a course that has a built-in internship the students can work during that time. On a case-to-case basis students can get a 1-month extension + 1 additional extension of 15 days if possible.
Full-time work after completion of studies: For a Bachelor Graduate the salary range can vary from S$ 1800 to S$ 2500 per month. For a Master’s Graduate, the salary range can vary from S$ 2000 to S$ 3000 per month.