Population: 5.3 million (UN, 2012)
Largest city: Singapore
Area: 660 sq km
language: English, Chinese, Malay,Tamil, Mandarin,
Major religion: Buddhism, Islam, Christianity, Hinduism
Life expectancy: 79 years
Monetary unit: 1 Australian dollar = 105 Rs
Main exports: transport machinery and equipment, oil
Gross domestic- US $42,930 - 2011
International Phone dialing code: +65 or (0065)
Why study in Singapore.......
- You will study in one of the best education systems in the world.
Your future is already bright, but a Singaporean education offers even greater gleam. While the entire continent of Asia is heralded as a rising star in the world of international higher education, Singapore is outpacing the rest in establishing itself as a force to be reckoned with thanks to dogged government initiatives focused on the importance of educational innovation -- not only in terms of acquiring superpower status, but also specifically --and uniquely -- as it pertains to the country’s own economy.
- You will assure yourself a degree highly renowned by employers.
Singapore was ranked as one of QS’s top three “Best Student Cities” in 2013 for a multitude of reasons. Of course, there’s its extraordinary reputation as an epicenter for higher education, research and innovation thanks to a combination of government imperatives, top-ranked universities, a collaborative spirit and a magnificent quality of life.
Because of Singapore’s renown superiority in the field of education, employers increasingly seek out its grads -- both in Asia and across the globe.QS World University rankings,
- You can get a scholarship.
It’s not exactly surprising that “The World’s Greatest City,” is also the “World’s Most Expensive” one, as recently determined by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).
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