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Study in Singapore

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Singapore has a rich history and culture. With the passage of time the city-state has emerged as an important trading destination in Asia. Diverse cultures, languages and religions give Singapore a cosmopolitan look.

The Government of Singapore spends a huge amount on education and it is among one of the top priorities of the government. After the secondary education, students can get themselves enrolled to a junior college and then move on to any one of the four universities present in the country.

These universities – the National University of Singapore, the Nan yang Technological University, the Singapore Management University, and the SIM University – provide state-of-the-art facilities and excellent opportunities in higher education.

 

Country Profile

The Republic of Singapore consists of the main island of Singapore, off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula between the South China Sea and the Indian Ocean, and 58 nearby islands.

Geography:

The Republic of Singapore consists of the main island of Singapore and located off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula between the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula between the South China Sea and the Indian Ocean and 58 nearby islands.

 

Economic Profile

One of Asia's new powerhouse, Singapore's economy relies on Trade, Finance and Tourism and new long term policies fuels growth in Manufacturing, Construction and Service sectors. It is now considered to be a major logistic hub facilitating trade between the developed nations and the two upcoming economic giants in the region India and China.

 

Others

People:

Singapore is a multi cultural and multi racial society which includes a non-resident work force from various countries. Its population comprises mainly of Chinese, Malays, Tamils and Indians.

Language:

Singapore is the only country in Asia which has English as its first language. 36% of the population in Singapore are foreigners and they make up 50% of the service sector.

Clean and Safe:

Singapore has developed into one of the cleanest, safest, and most economically prosperous cities in Asia. Singapore's also has some very strict rules of civil obedience which makes it a virtually crime free country.

Transportation:

Singapore has an exceptional public transport system. The MRT (Mass Rapid Transport) trains are the fastest and convenient mode of transport. Taxis are also another popular mode of transport conveniently available in Singapore.

Singapore Currency:

The local currency is Singapore Dollars. One Singapore dollar would be quoted at an estimated 33 India Rupees.

Food:

Considering the composition of its population, Singapore offers Chinese cuisine, Malay and India Food is also available at a lot of fast food chains, hotels and restaurants.

 

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