Singapore is sovereign and island country inSoutheast Asia. It lies off the southern tip of theMalay Peninsula Between the 16th and 19th centuries; the Malay Archipelago was gradually taken over by the European colonial powers, beginning with the arrival of the Portuguese at Malacca in 1509. The early dominance of the Portuguese was challenged, during the 17th century, by the Dutch, who came to control most of the region's ports. The Dutch established a monopoly over trade within the archipelago, particularly in spices, then the region's most important product. Other colonial powers, including the British, were limited to a relatively minor presence.

·         Full name: Singapore
·         Population: 5.399 million (2013)
·         Capital: Monaco 
·         Largest city: Charleston 
·         Area: 716.1 km²

Other Cities:

 Parkersburg, Huntingto, Charleston


Temperatures average around 31º C (88º F) during the day with little seasonal variation, although it’s slightly cooler in December and January, and hottest in April and May. Temperatures are unlikely to dip below 23º C (74º F) at night; the lowest temperature ever recorded was just over 19º C (66º F).


English, Chinese, Tamil
Besides English, Singapore recognizes three other languages, namely, Mandarin Chinese, Tamil and Malay as its official languages, with English being the national language. Besides being a multilingual country, Singapore also acknowledges festivals celebrated by these three ethnic communities.
During the British colonial rule, there are areas which are enclaves containing a large population of certain ethnic groups exist in areas such as Chinatown, Geylang and Little India in Singapore. Presently (2010), remnants of the colonial ethnic concentration still exist but housing in Singapore is governed by the Ethnic Integration Policy.[121] the current Indian/Others ethnic limits are 10% and 13%, the limits for Malays are 22% and 25%, the limits for Chinese are 84% and 87% for the maximum ethnic limits for a neighborhood and a block respectively.

The island's strong reputation for quality education has drawn the world's top institutions to set up campuses in Singapore.Singapore is a premium education hub with top quality public and private institutions catering to the academic needs of the students across various countries and different backgrounds.Singapore’s public universities like NTU/NUS/SMU are amongst the highly rated universities in the world. The private universities like SIM/MDIS/JCU are heavily regulated by the Singapore government to safe guard the interests of the international student. Singapore is also a hub of international universities like NYU/University of Chicago/GIST/INSEAD/Duke...etc and the degree awarded are globally recognised. 
Singapore is the premier education and financial hub in Asia. Singapore, a dynamic city rich in contrast and colour where you'll find a harmonious blend of culture, cuisine, arts and architecture...


International students seeking education opportunities in Singapore can be sure of receiving not only academic excellence, but good education as well. Most educational institutions in Singapore offer foreign students the needed support so that they feel right at home. This is one of the major reasons why the Asian continent qualifies as being a home away from home for international students.
Students coming to Singapore from various countries get engrossed in innumerable educational offerings. Educational institutions in Singapore offer a conducive learning environment to students. Foreign students desirous to pursue education in Singapore will enjoy access to world-class technology and library services. They will also be given an opportunity to take part in different co-curricular activities. With all these education opportunities, there is no reason why you will not want to pursue education in this Asian continent.
One of the benefits that most foreign students enjoy while educating in Singapore is that tuition fees in the Asian continent are affordable. Besides, the country’s cost of living is lower in comparison to other developed countries like UK and USA.  After studying for the entire day, when you need a break from your mundane routine, several educational institutions offer foreign students entertainment options like sports and take you to myriad fascinating sights.
Cost of living in a particular country matters a lot. This is because living in a country having relatively low cost of living offers you immense benefits. You will have to spend minimal on transportation, housing and other things. Rent per month for a single one bedroom apartment in city centre costs approximately SGD $3,300.00.
Tuition fees in Singapore vary for every educational institution. International students must be prepared to shell out anything between SGD $ 6,500-7,500. International students planning to pursue post graduate programs from Singapore must be prepared to pay anything between SGD $ 7,500 - 8,500.
The Nanyang Technological University received a 5- star rating as per the QS Stars rating system in July 2011. Some of the factors considered prior to giving the rating are teaching, innovation, internationalism and infrastructure. Offering education in healthcare, media and other fields, the NTU is Singapore’s top-rated universities.
•If you possess leadership qualities and strive to achieve excellence in the academic as well as professional front, then the National University of Singapore is the best option for you. Offering MBA and other degrees to foreign students, this educational institution offers managerial experience to international students so that they are well prepared to lead a corporate life.
•Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) is yet another renowned university in the Asian continent offering specialized degree programs to foreign students. You can pursue engineering and Applied Sciences from this university. If you are keen on a career in Health Sciences, Design, Interactive Digital Media and Hospitality then you can apply to SIT.
Besides these universities, Singapore also has various polytechnics that offer diploma programs in various subjects. Singapore is becoming a hub for foreign students, who come to this Asian continent to pursue their education. Students who excel in academics are offered scholarships. 
Numerous study programs are taught in English in Singapore universities. English being the medium of instruction in most colleges proves advantageous for international students, as it helps them prepare well for job opportunities in future. After receiving education in Singapore, foreign students look out for lucrative employment opportunities.
It has become mandatory for international students to take up employment opportunities in Singapore for a period of three years after they complete their course. For this international students are required to sign a bond, which guarantees their employment in Singapore for the expected period.

Singapore is a major industry and contributor to the Singaporean economy, attracting 13,171,303 tourists in 2011, over twice Singapore's total population.[1] It is also environmentally friendly, and maintains natural and heritage conservation programs. Along with this, it also has one of the world's lowest crime rates. As English is the dominant one of its four official languages, it is generally easier for tourists to understand when speaking to the local population of the country, for example, when shopping. Transport in Singapore exhaustively covers most, if not all public venues in Singapore, which increases convenience for tourists. This includes the well-known Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system.
Work rights during studies:
If you are international student living in Singapore, you are allowed to work part-time 16hours a week while your course is in progress and full-time during holydays

Work Rights for Spouse:

Spouses of Employment Pass holders can work in Singapore. The spouse may consider working on an Employment Pass. Prevailing eligibility criteria will have to be met. Alternatively, spouses on Dependant's Pass may also work on a Letter of Consent from MOM. The employer with whom the spouse has secured a job is to submit the application for an Employment Pass or a Letter of Consent. - See more at: