Study in Singapore

Singapore’s multicultural society is composed of four major ethnic groups: the Chinese (76.8%), Malays (13.9%), Indians (7.9%), and Eurasians and smaller minority groups (1.4%). The variety of religions is a direct reflection of the diversity of races living here. Singapore’s principal religions are Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity

Singapore is in fact one of the most enjoyable cities in Southeast Asia. As you zoom in from one of the world’s best airports along the lushly tree-shaded. And as you stroll through the fashion emporiums of Orchard Rd, poke around antique shops in Chinatown or take a walk around one of the dozens of beautiful city parks, you’ll know the city bears no comparison to crime- and poverty-ridden Manila or Jakarta.

More than 6,000 companies from around the world have set up base in Singapore, thus students often find it possible to build lucrative careers here after completing their education. Singapore has been consistently ranked as one of the most competitive nations and best place for businesses in the world Singapores university education aspires to prepare students not only for todays world but also for a world where there will be jobs that have yet to be invented and challenges not yet foreseen.

The National University of Singapore (NUS) and the Nanyang Technological University(NTU) have initiated a number of innovative programs, including the broadening of undergraduate education, the introduction of a core curriculum, collaborations with top foreign universities, and the establishment of inter-disciplinary centres. The Singapore Management University (SMU) offers a broad-based business curriculum modeled after that of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

The Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) is the newest addition to the university landscape as announced by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in his 2008 National Day Message. SUTD nurtures technically grounded leaders and innovators for society and is established in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Zhejiang University.

Being autonomous, these universities can chart their own destiny, differentiate themselves and pursue new heights of excellence in education, research and service, whilst receiving substantial government funding.

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