Singapore has quickly surpassed the other Asian countries in terms of world-class education, establishing itself as Asia’s most popular study destination. Because of its proximity to India, it is highly popular with Indian students. Few countries can match the caliber of business programmes offered by Singapore’s institutions.
In Singapore, public colleges need SAT undergraduate programmes. A GMAT or GRE, depending on the course, is required for an MBA or other Master’s programme. Private universities in Singapore, on the other hand, require IELTS / TOEFL. However, if you offer a Medium of Instruction Letter (English) from a previous college, you may not be required to produce the same.
The following are the approximate tuition fees in Singapore for various academic levels:
PG courses include: SGD 17,000 to 35,000 for undergraduate courses; SGD 24,000 to 38,000 for postgraduate courses
Students are allowed to work part-time if they follow the government’s standards. Students who have gained approval from their university’s Liaison/Affairs Office are allowed a maximum of 16 hours. During their vacation, they are permitted to work full-time.