Singapore Study Visa

Why Study in Singapore?
Singapore is a vibrant, multicultural city that makes it one of the most desirable places to live in Asia for expatriates. The city boasts a strong economy, is a safe place for children to grow up in and has excellent education and healthcare systems. The standard of living in Singapore is very high, in addition to many career opportunities and a very stable infrastructure. Today, Singapore is rapidly taking its place among the world’s premier global cities, where talents from all around the world gather to share innovative ideas and start new businesses.

Education in Singapore
Education in Singapore is widely accepted same as Australia, New Zealand, UK & other countries. Singaporean education offers even greater gleam. While the entire continent of Asia is heralded as a rising star in the world of international higher education, Singapore is out pacing the rest in establishing itself as a force to be reckoned with thanks to dogged government initiatives focused on the importance of educational innovation –not only in terms of acquiring superpower status, but also specifically –and uniquely –as it pertains to the country’s own economy. Grads of Singaporean higher educational institutions are primed and ready to conquer the ever-evolving global economy as well as their own local one thanks to a shared vision, explicitly defined outcomes as well as strategies toward their achievement. Singapore Colleges Provide Internship or OJT (On Job Training) after completing the study. On completion of studies in Singapore student can opt for pathway programs as well they can get admission in the same field in other countries as well. The emphasis and focus on the use of English, has become a boon for students from India. As of now, there are nearly 70,000 foreign students studying in Singapore. What more, the policy of government-funded institutions make it mandatory for foreign students to stay and work in Singapore for three years after graduation.

Work while study (Singapore)
According to the Ministry of Manpower, Singapore, international students on a Student Pass in Singapore are eligible to work part-time for about 16 hours a week during term and for unlimited hours during vacation, provided:Theyare a registered full-time student in one of the approved institutions.Theyhold a valid Student Pass issued by the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA).The Universities in Singapore have internships which are related to the course you are planning to study. A student can only opt for these related internships. Also, most of the universities have partnerships with industrial houses which would provide the students to work part-time.

Service we provide:
• Counseling & Registration Session
• Apply for Admission
• Offer letter
• Visa Lodgment
• Approval
• Fees Transfer
• Travel Arrangements


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