With its relatively affordable education and top-notch courses in computer science, applied science, law and economics, Singapore is an excellent destination for students who are academically inclined and ready to perform their best. Being geographically proximate to India also means getting the chance to study abroad without ever feeling too far from home. Its rigorous curriculum, world-recognized degrees and a Ministry of Education Tuition Subsidy (Scholarship) to ease the financial expenses, mean that Singapore attracts more and more students to every year. So as the process gets more competitive, let CollegeCore help you through the process of applying to NUS, SMU or even Yale-NUS.
At a Glance
- System for Application: Individual Applications
- Duration of Undergraduate Degree: 4 years
- Style of Education: Restricts you to classes in your major (exception: Yale-NUS)
- Cost: Approximately 18-25 Lakhs p.a. all inclusive
- Additional Notes: Singapore has a Ministry of Education Tuition Subsidy (Scholarship). This is a grant that requires the recipient to work in a Singapore-based company for three years after graduation
Hear from Our Students"
I would never have gotten this far without your help and cannot thank you enough. The constant personal attention, care and amazing brainstorming sessions with Urvashi ma’am were invaluable in getting me through this whole crazy college process! You have helped me through the most stressful times and I cannot express enough gratitude for your accessibility. I am so ecstatic to be at SMU in the fall. Thank You!
I was completely blank about anything related to colleges before I approached CollegeCore. The team helped me at every step and made me realize that College admissions weren't that tedious after all. Since I was in boarding school, my correspondence with CollegeCore had mostly been via emails, however, the few visits I made to the office were always very assuring for Urvashi Ma'am always greeted me with a smile on her face. Her unfading smile always gave me the confidence and made me realize my true potential.
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