As Indian students complete their schooling and prepare themselves to enter college, they start facing pressure and confusion with the limitless choices they are presented with. Some institutions such as the well reputed Delhi University may appear to be a good choice, but there are also numerous study options in countries such as Singapore in the undergraduate study level they can consider. Here Priyanka Saxena explains to us which maybe the better study option for the average student who may not have very high cut off marks.
Priyanka Saxena, from EGE Global, unveils to us that unlike the Delhi University that expects students to have acquired high cut off marks for admissions, Singapore universities may be a better alternative for Indian students in terms of acquiring admissions without posing too much of a difficult for them academically. She explains that Singapore universities fall under the affordable category and tuition fees are not that expensive and that students would not have to stress too much over their entry requirements and that these will be able to be met much easier than for universities from any other part of the globe, such as the US or the UK.
Universities such as NTU
from Singapore, which are popular choices, have set different requirements for Indian undergraduate students. NTU just needs 10th or 12th certificates, a statement of purpose essay, recommendations, and SAT scores are optional. NUS exempts Indian students from appearing for SAT if they are from the CBSE or ISE boards. Entry requirements basically vary from program to program and are different for each university depending on what background the students are applying from, such as the academic boards they study under.