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15 Sep 2017 1.5K 1 min Share

Are you eligible to study in Singapore?

What are the basic requirements at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels for Indian students who are looking to get admissions at Singapore Universities?

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Am I eligible to study in Singapore this year? A common question that might be in your mind for a while. There are several programmes you can apply for to study in Singapore. But what are the entry requirements at various universities in Singapore? We tell you that and much more...

To be eligible for undergraduate admissions 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. If you want to apply for bachelors programmes at private universities, you must have a minimum score of 65% or above in your 12th grade. 

*Please note IELTS is not mandatory especially if you are applying at private universities.

But if you apply for bachelors programmes at public universities, you must have 90% or above in both 10th and 12th grade. You must have your SOP/LOR with you when submitting applications at universities in Singapore.

To apply for masters programmes, you will need to submit 10th, 12th and bachelors mark sheets (also masters mark sheets if they are available) an SOP, 2LORs and a CV. IELTS is not required if you are applying at private universities, but both IELTS/TOEFL might be required for other universities.

For a few courses in Singapore, GRE/GMAT/SAT might be required. Moreover, students applying for masters in Singapore must hold a recognised bachelors degree with minimum 55% or above.

If you want to apply for MBA programmes at Universities like the NUS/NTU/SMU/ SP Jain and INSEAD, you might be asked to show 2–3 years of work experience. Private universities like the MDIS/PSB/JCU do accept candidates without any work experience into their MBA programmes.

We give a overview of the eligibility criteria to study in Singapore. Hope you find this information useful. If you need more details, please feel free to speak to us. Our advisors will give you all details about admissions and applications at universities in Singapore as well as other countries.  

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