Studying Abroad in Singapore

By choosing to study abroad in Singapore, international students have an opportunity to not only be plugged into an education system but also be a part of a global community.

International students can choose an exchange experience with Singapore's public universities such as National University of Singapore (NUS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU) or Singapore Management University (SMU) on a tuition-waiver basis.

For more information on eligibility and application for exchange programmes, please visit the following institutions' websites:

Nanyang Technological University (NTU), a global university founded on science and technology. It nurtures creative and entrepreneurial leaders through a broad education in diverse disciplines.
National University of Singapore (NUS), a leading world university, committed to delivering quality education. It nurtures global citizens, and undertakes high impact research that adds to the body of knowledge worldwide.

Singapore Management University (SMU), Singapore's first publicly-funded private university with a focus on business and management programmes.

Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) was added to the university landscape in 2008  and offers education in science, technology, arts, humanities, and social sciences.
International students can also choose to do a diverse range of fee-paying summer or semester programmes with the following private education institutions. Please visit their websites for details on course and application details.

In addition to local universities, many of the world's leading foreign universities have also established their presence in Singapore. These leading foreign universities have either set up a physical campus (institutes of higher learning) or have joint collaborations/programmes with local universities (local tie-ups). For more details log on to
So for a holistic learning experience that goes beyond books and campus life, take the plunge and study in Singapore. You'll be more than pleasantly surprised.

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