Singapore has never been a study destination that has supported post study work visa or working while studying. Priyanka Saxena of EGE Global explains how students can take up part-time jobs while studying in Singapore and how one can find work and stay back in the country after completing education.
The government and authorities are strict when it comes to regulations for work permit. In Singapore students are not allowed to work part-time. Only students studying in those Universities and Polytechnics listed by the government of Singapore are allowed to work for 16 hours a week.
The post study work visa does not give an extension for a year. The extension is only for 2-3 months after course completion. Students who want to stay back and work in the country should secure a job and later apply for a work permit. These rules have been there for a long time and all students who wish to stay back in the country are requested to follow them strictly.
The next video in the queue explains the different intakes available to apply to Singapore Universities.