Priyanka Saxena tells us how much students would need to spend on an average for their study experience while at Singapore.
When it comes to average living expenses in Singapore, she says the amount could vary largely from individual to individual and depends on their chosen standard of living. The average amount could be anywhere from $2,000 to $ 12,000, on a monthly basis for both undergraduate and postgraduate students.
The educational cost for undergraduate students comes to around 12-20 lacks per year. This depends on the program and the university chosen. For example, if students choose to do a BBA
degree from NUS, they will have to pay SD 30,000 per year.
Universities like MDIS
, a popular choice among Indian students, generally have the tuition fee of 15 lacks per year. Students have the option of taking up the entire amount for payment or have the fees subsidised by agreeing to serve the Singapore Government for three years on completion of the degree. The tuition fee would be as much as SD 15,000 per year. Due to reasons like this, the fee structure sees a lot of variance.
The educational cost for postgraduate students comes to around 12- 18 lacks per year. Postgraduate students can also have their fees subsidised if they sign up for the bond to serve the Singapore Government for three years. For medical programs such as physiotherapy and dentistry, fees for the clinical year are a quarter higher than the fees for regular programs.