Priyanka Saxena of EGE Global tells us the basic requirements at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels for students looking to get into Singapore Universities
To be eligible for undergraduate admission in Singapore, students will generally need to produce 10th and 12th scores, and must have IELTS and TOEFL scores of 6.5-7 or 90- 100 to prove their English proficiency. Students, who would like to apply to the NUS, must acquire good SAT scores for state board students, recommendation letters, and an SOP.
To be eligible for postgraduate admission, students generally need to produce 10th and 12th and bachelor’s mark sheets. For students who’ve completed master’s degrees, masters mark sheets are must also be submitted. Postgraduate applicants must write an SOP that is more specific and career and goal oriented, compared to the SOP that would be required for undergraduate applicant, and two recommendation letters, and a CV (mandatory for MS and MBA students) detailing what they’ve been doing and a snap shot of who they are as individuals. IELTS, TOEFL, and GRE scores (NTU and NSU) may be required depending on the program chosen. For management universities such as SMU, the GMAT is also required for their MBA program.