Singapore


STUDY IN SINGAPORE

Singapore is a modern, vibrant nation with an excellent educational system, providing numerous opportunities for internationals who wish to study abroad. Education is a priority in Singapore and the nation is recognised as a ‘global schoolhouse’. A strong emphasis on education started when the British-based education system was introduced by Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles (founder of the Singapore Institution, now known as the Raffles Institution) in 1823. Today Singapore is one of the leaders in higher education both in Asia and Worldwide.

Singapore prides itself in maintaining high standards of teaching and learning, as well as scientific research. Another great thing that makes Singaporean higher education stand out are the strong links with industry; as a student you will be able to gain practical experience and find employment more easily in your chosen field.

Singapore is a modern city state with excellent opportunities for education and work. Many global reports show that Singapore is one of the world’s leaders in innovation and research, which in turn makes its institutions of higher education attractive locations for all prospective international students.

 

ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN SINGAPORE

  • Hub for Educational Excellence.
  • Stable Economy.
  • Infrastructure and Accessibility.
  • A Multicultural Nation with a High Quality of Life.

 

SINGAPORE  TOURISM

Tourism in Singapore is a major industry and contributor to the Singaporean economy, attracting 15,095,152 international tourists in 2014, over thrice of 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.

Singapore attracted a record 11,638,663 visitors according to the Singapore Tourism Board’s statistics, but which excludes Malaysian visitors who visited Singapore via the Causeway or the Second Link. This was a 20.2% increase over 2009, reversing two years of negative growth due to the global financial crisis of 2008–2009.