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Study Abroad in Singapore with Abroad Education Consultants. Find out why Singapore is best for communication and media courses.

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Study in Singapore

  1. 1. Study Abroad in Singapore
  2. 2. About Us AEC is an education consultancy assisting students who wish to study abroad. We are registered with British Council and Singapore Tourism Board.
  3. 3. Our Services • We provide the following facilities to the students who are keen to study abroad: – Career Counseling – Country & Institution Selection – Application Process – Financial Assistance – Visa Assistance – Accommodation & Meet & Greet Services – Travel Arrangements
  4. 4. Study in Singapore
  5. 5. Singapore – an Introduction Singapore got its name from the Sanskrit word “Singhapura” which means “the lion city.” It is one of the most attractive tourist destination for people across the world. It is a unique nation in the oriental world with a great treasure of riches in all its folds. • Name: Republic of Singapore • Country Code: +65
  6. 6. About Singapore • LOCATION: Situated at Southern tip of Peninsular Malaysia, Southeastern Asia (islands between Malaysia and Indonesia, 5 hours from India). It consists of 63 Islands and covers an area of about 699 square kilometers • LANGUAGE: English Mandarin,, Malay, Teochew, Tamil, and other Chinese dialects • WEATHER: Singapore has a tropical climate, which is warm and humid throughout the year. • CURRENCY: Singapore Dollar. Singapore currency rankings show that Singapore Dollar exchange rate is the 49.48 INR to 1 SGD.
  7. 7. Language, Culture & Cuisine of Singapore • • • • • The major languages spoken in Singapore includes English, Malay, Chinese and Tamil. It’s a multi religious nation with Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and Sikhism as leading religious practices. Singapore has a diversified culture mix with Singaporean Chinese forming the majority followed by Singapore Malays and Indian Singaporeans. Chinese New Year, the Dragon Boat Festival, the Mid Autumn Festival, Hari Raya Puasa, Hari Raya Haji, Thaipusam and Deepavali are the major festivals celebrated by people across different cultures. The cuisine of Singapore is inspired by a mix of cultural influences – Malay, Chinese, Indian, Indonesian and western. 'Hainanese Chicken rice' and 'fried carrot cake' are a must try dishes when you are in Singapore.
  8. 8. Popular tourist spots • Some of the prominent places which one must visit includes: Merlion, The Civilian War Memorial, Statues of Sir Stamford Raffles, Cathedral of Good Shepherd, Sri Mariammam Temple, Boat Quay, Clarke Quay, Little India, Orchard Road, Singapore Zoo,Jurong Bird Park, Sentosa Island, Singapore Botanical Gardens and the list seems endless. Boat Quay, CHIJMES, Clarke Quay, Far East Square, Robertson Quay are some of the prime dining spots.
  9. 9. Why study in Singapore? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Today’s New Asia – Multicultural, Harmonious Nation Built by Immigrants Globally top – ranked working populace Gateway to Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines Brunei and Thailand World’s third most Wired Nation More than 50, 000 International Students Singapore is the hub of business in Asia Almost every MNC has its Asia- Pacific head office in Singapore making it easier for students to find jobs
  10. 10. Course details Duration of different types of courses: • Diploma Courses: 8-14 Months (approx.) • Undergraduate Courses: 2-3 Years (approx.) • Postgraduate Courses: 12- 15 Months (approx.)
  11. 11. Work Options • Part- time work options: Only allowed if a student is studying at a National University • Full Time work option: As we are aware that it is easy to find jobs in Singapore so students can get various kinds of employment pass which are known as P1, P2, and Q1 Pass (Details attached). Although the student gets the job during the course but if in case the student doesn’t get then the student is allowed to apply for 1 Month extension after the course.
  12. 12. Degree details • Intakes: Colleges have multiple intakes: January, March, April, July, and September etc. • Universities have two major intakes: February and September. Average Tuition Fees • • • Diploma Courses: 2- 3 Lakhs (approx.) Undergraduate Courses: 12- 15 Lakhs (approx.) Postgraduate Courses: 6-9 Lakhs (approx.)
  13. 13. Degree details • Average Living Expenses: S$ 700- S$ 1, 000 per month Best industries to work: • Hospitality • Business and Financial Services • Engineering and IT • Average Salary Expected: S$ 30, 000- S$ 40, 000 per annum (For fresher’s)
  14. 14. Colleges in Singapore • SIM – Singapore Institute of Management • RAFFLES • MDIS – Management Development Institute of Singapore • JCU – James Cook University • NUS – National University of Singapore • NTU – Nanyang Technology University • SMU – Singapore Management University
  15. 15. Funds and Duration Tuition Fee – (per annum) Undergraduate Postgraduate S$7,000 – S$12,000 S$10,000 – S$20,000 Duration/Intakes Undergraduate Postgraduate 2 - 3 years 1.5 - 2 years Living Expenses (per annum) S$6,000 – S$8,000
  16. 16. Head Office AEC – Abroad Education Consultants 1302-04, Ansal Tower, 38, Nehru Place New Delhi – 110 019 Tel: +91-11-4333 4444 Email:
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