Singapore Study Visa Consultants in Chandigarh

Singapore Study Visa Consultants in Chandigarh

Singapore is a small, stable, highly developed country with an elected parliamentary system of government. Tourist facilities are modern and widely available. Singapore’s resident population of over five million inhabitants comprises 75% Chinese, 14% Malay, 9% Indian, and 2% others. English is widely spoken.

Singapore does not recognize dual nationality beyond the age of 21, and it strictly enforces universal national service (NS) for all male citizens and permanent residents. If you are a male U.S. citizen who automatically acquired Singaporean citizenship at birth, you are liable for Singapore national service (NS) once you reach the age of 18. You may require Singaporean government approval for travel abroad as you approach national service age, and your travel may be restricted when you reach sixteen-and-a-half years of age. Under Singaporean law, an individual who acquires Singaporean citizenship at birth retains that status even after acquiring the citizenship of another country, including U.S. citizenship.

You may renounce Singaporean citizenship only after you have completed at least two years of national service. U.S. citizens are subject to this law. To determine if there will be a national service obligation, you should contact the Ministry of Defense in Singapore. For additional information, please see the Bureau of Consular Affairs’ website for information on dual nationality, and contact the Ministry of Defense Central Manpower Base (tel. 65-6373-3127), or visit Singapore’s National Service.


The Singapore Ministry of Education provides tuition grants to students (both national and international) who are admitted to the local universities and polytechnics. Students who accept the tuition grants need only pay the fee known as ‘Direct Payment’. In order to receive the grant, international students must sign a deed with the Singapore Government undertaking to work in Singapore for three years upon completion of your programme.

For Undergraduate programs the tuition fees varies between S$ 6,500 to S $7,500 which is around Rs. 2,30,000 to Rs. 2,65,000 (@Rs. 35) and for postgraduate programs the fees varies between S $ 7,500 to S $8,500 which is around Rs. 2,65,000 to Rs. 3,00,000.


An international student in Singapore spends on average about S$700 to S$1,400 a month which is around Rs. 24,000 to Rs. 48,000 on living expenses. This amount of course, varies depending on student’s individual lifestyle and course of study.


  • National University of Singapore
  • Management Development Institute of Singapore
  • Nan yang Technological University
  • PSB Academy
  • Singapore Management University
  • Raffles campus Pte Ltd
  • INSEAD, Singapore Campus
  • Raffles Design Institute
  • S P Jain Centre of Management, Singapore
  • Shelton College International
  • The University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV), Singapore Campus
  • Singapore Institute of Commerce
  • Singapore Polytechnic (SP)
  • Singapore Hotel & Tourism Education Centre Pte Ltd.
  • Institute of Technical Education (ITE)
  • Singapore Institute of Management (SIM)
  • Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP)
  • TMC Academy of Advanced Education
  • Temasek Polytechnic (TP)
  • Tourism Management Institute of Singapore
  • Nan yang Polytechnic (NYP)
  • Curtin University, Singapore
  • Republic Polytechnic (RP)
  • Hartford Institute
  • Nan yang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA)
  • James Cook University Singapore
  • LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts
  • National University of Singapore
  • The Tourism Academy Sentosa
  • Orchard School of Arts & Commerce
  • Nan yang Business School Nan yang Technological University
  • Singapore Institute of Materials Management
  • National Institute of Education, Singapore
  • RMIT, Singapore
  • AEC Edu Group PTE Ltd.
  • The Stansfield Group Pte Ltd
  • Asia Pacific Management Institute
  • Nan yang Institute of Management
  • Auston Institute of management and Technology
  • PSB Academy
  • Brighton Commercial Training Centre
  • KWAP
  • EASB institute of management
  • German Institute of Science and Technology
  • FTMS Global Academy
  • BMC Academy, Jurong
  • Informatics Institute
  • Cavalry School of Management and Design, Singapore
  • Queensfield Business School
  • Boston Business School
  • Institute of System Sciences of the National University of Singapore
  • The School of Applied Studies
  • Harriet Education Group
  • Anglo Chinese International School
  • Cambridge Business School, Singapore