Known as the “Land of the Lions”, Singapore is an island nation with a vibrant modern culture. The country is one of the “4 Asian Tigers” (along with Hong Kong, South Korea, and Taiwan). It ranked third in the 2012 INSEAD Global Innovation Index and first in the 2011 Innovation and Competitiveness report of the Innovation and Information Technology Foundation. The World Economic Forum also ranked it second in its 2011-12 Global Competitiveness Report.

If you are looking for a unique and extraordinarily modern higher education experience, Singapore is the right choice for you.


  1. Best Education system:
    Graduates from Singaporean institutions are well-prepared to face the ever-changing global economy. There are a number of international reports that recognize Singaporean institutions as world-class research and innovation centers. 
  2. Top-quality institutions
    Singapore has 34 universities. In total, there are six public universities open to both Singaporeans and overseas students. There are two well-known universities in Singapore, the National University of Singapore (NUS) and the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), both ranked among the top 15 universities in the world.
  3. Home to many foreign universities
    In Singapore, many foreign universities offer undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. They are James Cook University Singapore, University of Nevada, Las Vegas Singapore, Curtin Singapore, Amity University and SP Jain School of Global Management to name a few. 
  4. A global business hub
    Due to its open business policy, advanced infrastructure, and political stability, the nation has consistently been recognized as a global business hub. As one of the easiest countries to do business with (ranked no. 1 by the World Bank in 2016), it’s no wonder most multinational companies have a presence here.

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Here is a list of the top 10 universities in Singapore:

  • National University of Singapore (NUS)
  • Nanyang Technological University
  • Singapore Management University (SMU)
  • Singapore University of Technology and Design
  • Singapore MIT Alliance for Research and Technology
  • SIM University
  • National Institute of Education
  • Singapore Institute of Technology
  • Yale NUS College
  • Ngee Ann Polytechnic

Student Admission & Visa Application Procedure:

Step 1: Acceptance letter/offer letter 

  • The first and last pages of a passport
  • Application for College/Course and selection of course –
  • Transcripts and certificates (10th/12th/Degree/if any others)
  • In addition to the application fee, there is a processing fee of SG$ 178 to SG$ 365

*Conditional offer letter will be issued within 2 – 3 working days.

Step 2: Applying for a student visa:

  • Letter of Acceptance/Offer (signed by the student)
  • The birth certificate should be in English, if not then ask the student to prepare an affidavit on Rs.10/- Stamp Paper (a sample format will be provided).
  • Color photo of passport size (white background)
  • ICA form: Form 16 & V36 Visa form (Time of birth, occupation, and siblings’ birth dates are mandatory)
  • Bank letter (Fixed Deposit/Saving/Education Loan) – Issued by bank officer showing fund for 1 day in Bank letter format minimum balance should be around SG$ 15,000.00 (Approx. INR 7.5 Lacs) either in students account or parent’s account for Diploma Courses &SG$ 25,000.00 (Approx. INR 12.5 Lacs) for post graduate Courses.
  • Letter of experience – Students with work experience or involvement in employability activities should submit a letter stating their employment dates, salaries, designations, and last dates of employment.
  • Certificate of marriage/affidavit (if applicable)

Step 3: Obtaining a visa:

  • In general, it takes 14 – 28 working days for ICA to approve a Visa file after it has been submitted.
  • Upon approval, students must deposit the fee into the college’s account only.
  • After the fee has been deposited, the college will send the visa approval within one working day.