Everything you need to know about Studying in Singapore at university level :
A free webinar to provide a neutral view for making your decision
Singapore has earned the title of the "World's Greatest City" by CNN in 2015. It was also ranked as one of QS’s top three “Best Student Cities” in 2013. Would you like to find out more about studying in Singapore ?
In this free webinar, you'll find out:
- The expenses of studying Singapore, including school fees, costs of living and travels.
- The employment opportunities in Singapore, featuring a case study of a foreign student
- The culture, economy and language in Singapore
- The different universities in Singapore and how they are categorized
- How to apply to university in Singapore
- Have your questions answered
About the host
Ted is the co-founder of DigitalSenior.sg , the top portal on tertiary studies in Singapore boasting 30,000 monthly visits. He has studied in 3 universities in Singapore and USA and has uncovered many insights about university life, which he now helps his juniors with.
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