"For I know what my plans for you are, plans to save you and not to harm you, plans to give you a future and to give you hope." Jeremiah: 29:11


Singapore is a multicultural nation with an excellent opportunity, both professionally and socially. It's a vibrant city-state providing wide-range of opportunities for international students who are looking to experience a true cosmopolitan life style. Singapore is situated just 137 kilometers north of equator in Southeast Asia between Malaysia and Indonesia, giving a hot and humid climate.

Singapore is a city-state and an island nation made up of not just one, but 63 islands. Mainland Singapore is one of the most densely populated regions in Asia. Singapore is an Anglicized version of the name 'Singapura', which means the 'Land of the Lions'.The Modern history of Singapore commences with Sri Thomas Stamford Raffles setting up a trading outpost for the East India Company in 1819. Singapore declared independence from the British and Joined the Malay Federation. In 1965, the country broke apart from the Malay Federation, and since then Singapore's progress from an underdeveloped country to a financial and technological hub has been an inspiring story.

Singapore is a modern city state with excellent opportunities for education and work. Many global reports show that Singapore is one of the world's leaders in innovation and research, which in turn makes its institution of higher education attractive locations for all prospective international students.

Singapore has six national universities, with its two largest universities having more than 30,000 students. Singapore's most prestigious university is the National University of Singapore (NUS), which ranks 25 in QS World University Rankings and is one of the highest-ranking universities in Asia.

In Addition to these universities, Singapore also has a wide range of private institutions, along with foreign universities with campuses in Singapore.Singapore education systems are of universities, polytechnics and Institute for Technical Education, there are several reasons to study in Singapore


 Tuition fees and living expenses are less compared with other countries

 Scholarship options are available like The Singapore Scholarship of the Embassy of the Republic of Singapore

 Lee Kong Chain Graduate Scholarships at the National University of Singapore

 INSEAD Syngenta Endowed Scholarships for Emerging Country Leadership

 INSEAD Nelson Mandela Endowed Scholarship

 ASEAN Foundation Research Scholarship

 United World Colleges (UWC) International Youth Scholarships

 Asian Development Bank (ADB( - Japan Scholarship Programs

 Science and Education for Agriculture and Development (SEARCA) Graduate Study Program

You will experience a student life like no other Safety Matters, diversity Abounds, Anytime, Anywhere, You pay for what you get, English Abounds


The competition to study in Singapore is fierce thanks to a recent cap placed on foreign enrollment by the government in order to ensure places for nationals.. To get the best chance at acceptance, you will need high IELTS/TOEFL scores.

Once accepted to a university, you have just two weeks to apply online for a Student's Pass after which you will receive an in- principle approval letter. Keep this letter handy: it incorporates your visa and is necessary to pass through securitycheckpoints. Upon arrival, you will be screened for TB and HIV, A clean bill of health is required you can be issued a student pass.

Tuition fees range widely depending on the institution and your course of study. While education is not cheap. It is still less than many other Asian countries. Finding an affordable place to live can be a challenge

Singapore prides itself in maintaining high standards of teaching and learning, as well as ascientific research. Another great thing that makes Singaporean higher education stand out are the strong links with industry; as a student you will be able to gain practical experience and find employment more easily in your chosen field.