Study in UK

What I wish I knew before entering my overseas university in the UK

It’s not just about the pina coladas For all the lovely pictures you see of snow-filled windows, or your friends punting along the banks of Cambridge, or sipping pinã coladas along the beaches of Ibiza, it’s simply not true that studying abroad is always fun. How...

UK Bound Part 3: Law School

Law school isn't easy to get into, with only 2 schools in Singapore offering it (NUS & SMU). If you are dead set on becoming a lawyer, the UK is certainly a good choice. Here's what you need to know to apply for UK...

UK Bound Part 2: Medicine School

Doctors and Lawyers. Yep, most Singaporean parents aspire for the children to grow up and be a member of either one of these professions that command respect and status. Unfortunately, admission into local medicine schools such as NUS YLLSoM and NTU LKCSoM is extremely...

How to Apply to study in UK : UK-Bound Part 1

With a world-class education, internationally-renowned qualifications and a potential eye-opening experience abroad, it is no wonder why the UK is the first destination that most Singaporean students look to for an education abroad. However, studying overseas can be an intimidating adventure, and it begins with...

What I learnt from studying in an Ang Moh country

Shared by: Victoria Chang, University of Edinburgh So you’ve decided to take the road slightly less travelled and head to the UK or the US for your undergraduate studies. At this point, you’d probably be several weeks into your first semester. Some of you might...

Living the Fashion Dream

Shared by Coco Mercy Chu, Singapore Management University, Year 4 ofsogalaxy.blogspot.com In June, I will be embarking on one of the most exciting and meaning experiences of my life. I am set on a self-discovery journey alone to London, making way into two of the world’s...