Population 5.6 Million (UN 2016)
Capital Singapore
Largest city Bedok
National language English, Malay, Mandarin, Tamil
Major religions Buddhism, Christianity, Islam
Export goods Machinery and Equipment, Electronics and Telecommunications, Pharmaceuticals and Other Chemicals, Refined Petroleum Products
Import goods Machinery and Equipment, Mineral Fuels, Chemicals, Foodstuffs, Consumer Goods
Main industries Electronics, chemicals, financial services, oil drilling equipment, petroleum refining, rubber, food and beverages, ship repair, offshore construction, life sciences, entrepot trade
Life expectancy 80.6 years (men), 88.1 years (women) (UN)
Currency Singapore dollar (SGD)
Area 719.9 km2 (278.0 sq miles)
International dialing code +65

Why study in Singapore?

Singapore is the perfect place to experience global education. Not just inside the classrooms, its eclectic bunch of students assures you of an international education experience. Given its perfect setting as an international student city, the country attracts a lot of students through exchange programmes. Most of the top universities attract a lot of exchange students from Europe and Asia. An interesting thing about the education scenario of Singapore is that it houses many international campuses of popular universities across the world like Curtin University of Australia, James Cook University Australia, University of Nevada of US or Shanghai Jiaotong University of China. This gives a lot of opportunity to students to understand and explore foreign cultures within Singapore itself.

Following are the degrees and courses Singapore universities are known for:

  • Hotel Management
  • Hospitality Management
  • Event/Casino/Food & Beverage Management
  • Business Management
  • Accounting & Finance
  • Logistic Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Sales & Marketing Management

Time of Singapore


SDH Institute


London School of Business and Finance (LSBF)


S A A Global Education



Informatics Academy