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- April 11, 2012
- Preferred qualification: Postgraduate | Preferred study destination: Singapore
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Hi Sandhya, Singapore still takes in lots of foreign talent and allows them to stay and get Permanent Residency. James Cook University is a Publicly funded Australian University and the Singapore campus offers the same quality offerred in Australia.
Unlike Universities in India, where there are campus interviews, most Institutions do Job fairs on campus where firms set up facility to collect interested students data and do interviews.
The general sucess rate of Employment in Singapore is in the range of 80 plus percentage and with your 9 years work experience as a additional advantage, you stand a good chance of making it to a good firm. But it will finally boil down to your expertise and the firms expectations and there is no definite asnwer for your query. But you should feel confident that 80% of the students find employment in Singapore. But it is always your call.