Referred as the Garden City for its tree-lined streets and greening effort, Singapore is both a city and
nation spanning across 63 islands that make up the country. Singapore is ranked by The Economist
Intelligence Unit as having the best quality of life in Asia and sixth overall in the world (2013). Its top-notch
educational system also got the third rank in Student City Rankings 2013. Thus, Singapore is one of the best
places to pursue higher education.
Why choose study in Singapore
1. Top notch education
Mixing the western ideologies and methodologies into their education system has brought Singapore to be
a renowned international study destination. Singapore universities are among the top 20 universities in the
2. Multilingual environment
Singapore has four official languages, English, Mandarin, Malay, and Tamil, with English as the most used
language. Every Singaporean is at least bilingual so studying here will give you’re the opportunity to be
immersed in a multilingual environment and boost your language skills.
3. Work Experience
Singapore has the lowest unemployment rate among developed countries making it one of the best
countries to pursue your dream career. And as the economy is booming, companies are offering high
wages and benefits to attract skilled workers and talents.
4. Easy work permit
Getting the permit will only take a few clicks on the government website. And, if you already have a job
offer secured at hand, you will know the outcome within just one day. No queuing, no papers bureaucracy,
and no long list of documents needed. The whole procedure is efficient, plus the renewal process is fast
Explore Singapore Life
1. The food
Only in Singapore, you can find the cheapest Michelin-starred eatery in the world. The local food,
influenced by a multicultural tradition, is fantastic and worth drooling over. Embark on a culinary
adventure as you study there.
2. The culture
Singapore is home to many ethnicities and religions. You will see them live in harmony and it is not
uncommon to spot them paying respect to each other. Singaporeans celebrate a lot of traditional festivals
from across the culture, and it is a testament to living in harmony. 3. Green city
Singapore’s skyscrapers are also filled with lush greeneries that earned this country the nickname Garden
City. From the largest humanmade waterfalls to a four-story cascading vertical garden, Singapore is home
to over 2,100 native plant species.
4. Home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site
The Singapore Botanic Gardens is acknowledged as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has a history of over
150 years! It is also home to various orchids named after famous people visiting there.