Students studying in Singapore will be able to experience city lifestyle like the never have before, as a mecca for entertainment and technology, Singapore brings so much of the theater arts to the forefront of society. We will discuss what type of universities are available for students to apply to, along with what average tuition cost. We will also cover living situations and how much to budget to ensure that every bill and necessity is met.
Universities in Singapore:
- National University of Singapore
- Nanyang Technological University
- Ngee Ann Polytechnic
- Temasek Polytechnic
- Singapore Institute of Technology
- Singapore Polytechnic
- Singapore Management University
- Singapore University of Technology and Design
- James Cook University Singapore
- Singapore University of Social Sciences
- Management Development Institute of Singapore
- LASALLE College of the Arts
- Nanyang Polytechnic
- Curtin Singapore
- Kaplan Singapore
- TUM Asia
- Singapore Raffles Music College
- Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts
- New York University Tisch School of the Arts Asia
- PSB Academy
- Lee Kong Chian School of Business
- Aventis School of Management
- ITE College Central
- Ngee Ann Academy
- Saint Andrew’s Junior College
- Anderson Serangoon Junior College
- Catholic Junior College
- University of New South Wales Asia
- Stansfield College
- SMF Institute of Higher Learning
This is not a complete list of universities that are available to research and apply for in Singapore.
Student Cost of Living
A national estimate based on international students studying in Singapore found out that the average student does spend near S$2,500 a month on rent, entertainment, grocery, clothing, and all necessities. This amount can vary based on the student’s particular lifestyle and course of tuition.
Students would be best to learn the complicated task of saving while living in Singapore.
A 2018 report that was shared amongst students, was shared online that showed why students chose to study in Singapore. The main collective reason was based on the excellent quality that their higher education programs provided. Even with a very large population of students, the higher education institutions had a great routine of providing need resources and student care.
Cost of Tuition
For example, cost of university fees for international students who complete a university education, expect to pay between S$46,000 to S$75,000, or a total average of S$60,500. Students will need to learn to utilize a currency convertor to understand how much this translates into their native currency.
Luckily, there are many colleges that have the same format as American semester or community colleges. Similarities include program outlines and similar education teaching skills.
Languages Spoken in Singapore
Languages spoken in Singapore include Malay, Tamil, English, and Mandarin Chinese. There are the four main languages spoken the most in Singapore. International students would do better while living in this country to learn Malay or Tamil since they are more widely used than English.
Most likely international students will be given a Malay proficiency exam to see how much of the language they do understand and are able to communicate. Since some programs are taught in Malay this is important so the student doesn’t end up in a program where they don’t understand the language.