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WHY CHOOSE TO STUDY IN SINGAPORE?

Top Reasons to Choose Singapore as Your Study Destination

There are many reasons why studying in Singapore is a great choice for international students, including:

High-Quality Education

Canada is known for its world-class education system and high academic standards. Canadian universities are consistently ranked among the best in the world, and they offer a wide range of programs.

Multicultural Society

Canada is a diverse & multicultural country that values cultural differences. International students can experience a variety of cultures, making their study abroad experience more enriching and rewarding. Undoubtedly Canada is right choice

Affordable Education:

The cost of education in Canada is relatively lower compared to other popular study destinations. Additionally, scholarships is available to help cover their tuition and living expenses.

Post-Study Work Permit

International students who graduate from Canadian institutions may be eligible for a post-graduation work permit, which allows them to gain valuable work experience in Canada for up to three years after completing their studies.

Safe Study Environment

Canada is known for its welcoming culture, making it a safe place for students. Canadians are known for their friendly and hospitable nature, which makes International students to adjust to the new environment.

Beautiful and Natural Environment

Canada is known for its stunning natural landscapes. International students can explore Canada's wilderness and natural beauty, making their study abroad experience even more memorable.

HOMELAND OF TOP WORLD CLASS UNIVERSITIES

Sl NoRankName of UniversitiesCountryNo. of FTE StudentsNo. of students per staffInternational StudentsFemale:Male Ratio
19National University of SingaporeSingapore3233719.825.00%2.16
35Nanyang Technological University, SingaporeSingapore2465115.125.00%2.04

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    Frequently Asked Question

    How do I find out about schools for international students in Canada?

    Canada offers many choices of schools for international students. These include primary and secondary schools, post-secondary institutions (i.e. colleges and universities) private career /vocational schools, and language schools. Find more information on choosing a school.

    Do I need a permit to study in Canada?

    Most foreign nationals need a study permit to study in Canada. Some people in specific situations may not. Learn more about who needs a study permit.

    You should apply for a study permit before coming to Canada. Only some people can apply for a study permit from within Canada. Before you apply, you must have a letter of acceptance from a designated learning institution in Canada.

    How you can apply for a study permit depends on if you’re applying from outside Canada, inside Canada or at the port of entry. Find out what options are available for you.

    Your study permit isn’t a travel document. Your permit lets you study in Canada, but you may also need a visitor visa (temporary resident visa) or an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) to enter Canada. If we approve your study permit, we’ll also give you either a visitor visa or an eTA, depending on which document you need. This document will let you enter Canada.

    Find out more about how to apply for a study permit.

    I’m an international student in Canada. Can I work while studying?

    Work on or off campus

    As a study permit holder, you may be able to work on-campus or off-campus without getting a work permit. Make sure you meet the requirements before you find a job.

    Work as a co-op student or intern

    You will need to get a work permit if your study program includes a required co-op or internship placement. Find out how to apply for a co-op work permit.

    Work after you graduate

    You may also be able to apply for a post-graduation work permit (PGWP) to continue working in Canada after you graduate. Find out if you’re eligible for a PGWP.

    When should I apply for my study permit?

    Apply as soon as you receive your letter of acceptance. The times needed to process your application may vary among visa offices. Check our application processing times for details.

    I've applied to extend my study permit. Can I travel outside Canada and be able to return?

    Yes. You can leave Canada and return as long as your visitor visa or Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) is still valid. If your visitor visa or eTA is expired, you must apply for and receive a new one before you leave.

    Exception

    There’s only one exception to this. You may be able to re-enter Canada with an expired visitor visa (not an expired eTA) if:

    • you only visit the United States or St. Pierre and Miquelon and
    • you return to Canada before your study permit expires.

    When you return to Canada

    If your study permit is still valid, or we extended your permit while you were away, we may let you enter as a student.

    If we’re still processing your study permit extension, we may let you enter as a visitor. In this case, you can’t study until you get your extended study permit. The officer at the port of entry may also ask you to prove you have enough money to support yourself in Canada.

    A border officer may have some questions for you when you arrive back in Canada. If the officer believes there’s reason to refuse your re-entry, you won’t be able to re-enter Canada. The officer may ask you for a copy of your extension application, the fee payment receipt, or any other document to prove you applied for an extension.

    If you’re from the United States, Greenland or St. Pierre and Miquelon

    You can re-apply for a new study permit and pay the fees at the port of entry if you’re a:

    • citizen or a permanent resident of the U.S.
    • resident of Greenland, or
    • resident of St. Pierre and Miquelon.

    Doing this means you’ll get your study permit faster. Once you’re in Canada, you must withdraw your previous application to extend your study permit. Use our web form and select ‘Withdrawal of application’ under Type of application/enquiry.

    I've applied to extend my study permit. Can I travel outside Canada and be able to return?

    Yes. You can leave Canada and return as long as your visitor visa or Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) is still valid. If your visitor visa or eTA is expired, you must apply for and receive a new one before you leave.

    Exception

    There’s only one exception to this. You may be able to re-enter Canada with an expired visitor visa (not an expired eTA) if:

    • you only visit the United States or St. Pierre and Miquelon and
    • you return to Canada before your study permit expires.

    When you return to Canada

    If your study permit is still valid, or we extended your permit while you were away, we may let you enter as a student.

    If we’re still processing your study permit extension, we may let you enter as a visitor. In this case, you can’t study until you get your extended study permit. The officer at the port of entry may also ask you to prove you have enough money to support yourself in Canada.

    A border officer may have some questions for you when you arrive back in Canada. If the officer believes there’s reason to refuse your re-entry, you won’t be able to re-enter Canada. The officer may ask you for a copy of your extension application, the fee payment receipt, or any other document to prove you applied for an extension.

    If you’re from the United States, Greenland or St. Pierre and Miquelon

    You can re-apply for a new study permit and pay the fees at the port of entry if you’re a:

    • citizen or a permanent resident of the U.S.
    • resident of Greenland, or
    • resident of St. Pierre and Miquelon.

    Doing this means you’ll get your study permit faster. Once you’re in Canada, you must withdraw your previous application to extend your study permit. Use our web form and select ‘Withdrawal of application’ under Type of application/enquiry.

    What do I do if the school I’m studying at loses its designated learning institution status?

    If the learning institution you’re studying at is de-designated while you’re studying there, you can keep studying until your current study permit expires. However, you won’t be able to extend your permit unless you’re enrolled at a designated learning institution (DLI).

    If you’ve deferred your enrolment

    If you’ve deferred your enrolment and the learning institution that issued your letter of acceptance is de-designated before you start studying, you cannot start studying at that school.

    If you’re in Canada with a valid study permit

    You’ll need to

    • apply to and be accepted at a new DLI
    • update the information about your learning institution in MyAccount

    If your study permit has been approved but not issued yet

    We’ll send you a request to provide a new letter of acceptance from a new DLI. If your study permit is approved, you’ll need to update the information about your learning institution in MyAccount.

    I want to change my school or study program. How can I change my study permit?

    You don’t need to change your study permit if you’re changing your school or study program

    If you’re a high school student

    If you’re moving to post-secondary school and want to be able to work while you study, you must apply to change the conditions of your study permit. There is a fee to make this change. To do this, you’ll need to apply for a new study permit from within Canada.

    If you’re a post-secondary student

    While you don’t need to change your study permit, you do have to tell us when you change post-secondary schools. Find out how to tell us that you’ve changed your post-secondary school.

    If you’re moving to a school in Quebec

    If you’re moving to a school in Quebec (and your previous school is outside Quebec), you must get a Québec Acceptance Certificate (CAQ). You need a CAQ for any level of school, including primary.

    While you don’t need to change your study permit, you do have to tell us when you change post-secondary schools. Find out how to tell us that you’ve changed your post-secondary school.

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