Why study in Singapore?


The country provides value for money by offering shorter and more intensive courses, they quickly incorporate latest innovations in science & technology, modern trends in marketing & management in their diploma / degree programs,

Hence Australian education is more practical and responsive to the needs of Trade & Industry.

  • Opportunity to earn a USA, UK or Australian Degree while in Singapore.
  • Affordable tuition fee costs and living expenses.
  • A highly modern and cosmopolitan City at the heart of Asia providing a higher standard of living than most Western cities.
  • Globally regarded as one of the safest and cleanest places in the world to live in. Nearest Destination - 5 to 6 hours away, thus encouraging students to visit home frequently.
  • Extremely developed city with cutting edge infrastructure that is home to many global institutions and companies. As a result, Singapore offers International students access to a large number of highly lucrative jobs.
  • All Singapore professors compulsorily have to do a 3-year teaching course at NIE (National Institute of Education). This ensures the quality of education.
  • There are 97000 international students in Singapore from over 120 countries. In total, about 1.1 million foreigners in Singapore.
  • Singapore is well connected via sea, air and telecommunications to all parts of the world.

Life in Singapore

  • Singapore is one of the safest major cities in the world by nearly any measure. Most people, including single female travellers, will not face any problems walking along the streets alone at night.
  • It is also known for its cleanliness – famously, students aren’t allowed to chew gum in Singapore, to ensure none ends up on the pavements.
  • The public transportation system is among the best in the world and taxis are reasonably priced. Singapore is well known for its punctual public transport and clear roads.


Singapore has one of the most cost-efficient public transport networks in the world according to the study by London consulting firm Credo. Major form of transportation within Singapore is bus and rail. Transport policies are meant to encourage the use of public transport in Singapore. Monthly transport pass cost around $90.