As we all know, European and American countries have high education quality and relatively higher living consumption levels. Therefore, many students and parents have turned their attention to Singapore. So, what are the advantages of studying in Singapore?
1. High-quality education, low cost
Singapore institutions have world-leading educational concepts, and diplomas are highly recognized globally. In the QS Asian university rankings, the National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technological University have long been ranked among the top five in Asia, and even ranked first and second, showing the strength of Singaporean universities.
Let us briefly talk about three outstanding universities in Singapore here.
– National University of Singapore (NUS)
The National University of Singapore is Singapore’s leading world-class university. It is a certified member of AACSB and EQUIS, the Asian Universities Alliance, the Asia-Pacific Association for International Education, the International Alliance of Research Universities, and Universitas 21 and Association of Pacific Rim Universities, it is world-renowned for its research in the fields of engineering, life sciences and biomedicine, social sciences and natural sciences. The 2022 QS World University Rankings, it ranked 11th in the world, first in Asia, which shows its high international recognition.
– Nanyang Technological University (NTU)
Nanyang Technological University (NTU) is a founding member of the Global Alliance of Technological Universities (G7 Alliance), a certified member of AACSB, and a member of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA). It is a member of Singapore A scientific research-intensive university, it enjoys a world-renowned reputation for research in many fields such as nanomaterials, biomaterials, functional ceramics and polymer materials. It is a comprehensive university with equal emphasis on engineering and business. In the 2022 QS World University Rankings, it ranked 13th in the world, and second in Asia.
– Singapore Institute of Management (SIM)
The Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) is Singapore’s premier institution for local human resources training, professional business management, financial management, and global international education established by the Singapore government. The Singapore Institute of Management provides a wide range of high-quality academic and degree programs through cooperation with well-known international universities and colleges in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and other countries. The university provides more than 50 courses for more than 14,000 current students, including a variety of graduate, undergraduate, college and certificate-level academic courses.
In addition, Singapore education has lower tuition and living expenses than that of western countries, and is suitable for children from middle-income families.
2. Cultural environment
Singapore is an Asian country. For students from other Asian countries, the cultural background here is less different from the cultural background of their home country, so they can quickly adapt to the cultural environment of Singapore, especially for Chinese students. There are mostly Chinese in Singapore and a large population of Chinese speakers, so Chinese students here basically have no language barriers. The strong oriental cultural atmosphere enables them to integrate into the local society more quickly.
3. High safety index
Singapore is a country with a legal system with strict and complete legal systems. It has maintained a record of one of the lowest crime rates in the world for many years. It is known as the “safest country in the world” and has a high safety index for studying abroad. Here, the safety of international students can be well guaranteed, students can study here with peace of mind, and parents can rest assured.
4. Singapore student visa application is simple
To apply for a Singapore student visa, the materials are relatively simple, the period is 2-4 weeks, and the visa pass rate is high. Even students with a history of visa refusal from other countries can obtain a visa as long as their intention to study abroad is clear and the materials meet the standards.
5. Loose immigration policy
Singapore has very good immigration and employment policies, so it is easier for international students to find a job here, and after half a year of work, international students can apply for a resident card.
These are 5 reasons for studying in Singapore. Do you agree with them? Or you have any different opinions?