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Study In Singapore

  • Asia’s Education Hub.
  • IELTS or other English test is not mandatory.
  • Reputed courses with low tuition fees.
  • Scholarship is easily available for scholars.
  • Popular Courses after 10th / 12th.
  • Justifiable study gap is accepted.
  • No old bank balance requirement.
  • Traveling is very quick and affordable.
  • Low Crime rate.
  • Total Process time is 2-4 months.
  • Vibrant and Cosmopolitan Lifestyle.
  • Paid Internship options with study.
  • Cost of living in Singapore is still significantly lower than of many developed countries.

Though physically small, Singapore is an economic giant. It has been Southeast Asia's most modern city for over a century. The city blends Malay, Chinese, Arab, Indian and English cultures and religions. The country includes the island of Singapore and 58 or so smaller islands. Because of its efficient and determined government, Singapore has become a flourishing country that excels in education, trade and tourism and is a model to developing nations. The capital city, also called Singapore, covers about a third of the area of the main island. Singapore's progress over the past three decades has been remarkable. Singapore has minimal unemployment, and a super efficient infrastructure.

Singapore envisages to becoming a “Global Education Hub ” offering a diverse and distinctive mix of educational services in a safe, cosmopolitan and comfortable environment. Singapore is the premier education hub in Asia. Driven by excellence, Singapore education offers a broad base curriculum and global perspective to equip students with the relevant qualification and training that serves as a springboard to a brighter future.


Singapore offers students an international perspective and diversity of options. From an internationally recognized public school system, to world class universities, Singapore ensures a comprehensive education environment. More than 16 leading foreign universities have also set up centers of excellence in education and research in Singapore. Quality private education organizations add further diversity to the nation's education landscape.

EDUCATION SYSTEM IN SINGAPORE

Education Excellence Framework

To ensure that the private schools in singapore safeguard students interests and welfare through high quality and regulatory standards, Singapore has put in place an Education Excellence Framework, consisting of two key initiatives:

Case Trust for Education, was launched by the Consumera Association of Singapore (CASE) for Private Education Organisations (PEOs). The scheme ensures good quality student welfare / protection practices and standards. Since 2005, only PEOs who have obtained the Case Trust for Education status are allowed to admit international students in their programmes in Singapore


Singapore Quality Class for Private Education Organisations (SQC_PEO) is administered by SPRING Singapore. The SQC_PEO scheme serves as the industry standard for organisation excellence in the private education sector.

Partnership with International Universities

In Singapore a vibrant variety of private schools offer a broad range of programmes. There are more than 300 private commercial, IT, Fine Arts and language schools' in Singapore. The courses offered range from certificate to postgraduate levels. Through partnership with renowned international universities from various countries such as Australia, UK and USA, private schools offer students the opportunity to attain international certification in Singapore's comfortable and affordable environment.

There are also foreign Specialised Institutes in Singapore that have either set up campuses here or have tie ups with the local polytechnics to offer cutting - edge programmes in niche areas.

Popular courses for Indian students

CERTIFICATE AND DIPLOMA COURSES: Many Institutes offers certification and diploma courses of 6 months to 12 months duration. Students that have completed class 10 or 12 in India, are eligible for such courses.

GRADUATE DEGREES: The Private Institutes offers degree in partnership with popular universities from countries such as United states, the United Kingdom and Australia. These universities confer the degree and certification. Hence, private institutes provide students with the opportunity to attain qualifications from these foreign universities whilst studying in singapore's affordable and comfortable environment.

BACHELORS DEGREE: Educational Institutes offer bachelors degree programmes in almost every subject. The duration of the bachelors course is 3 years to 4 years. The admission requirements vary from programme to programme. The students completed their 12th or 11th Std. or equivalent to Singapore A level can apply for the bachelor degree in Private institutes.

MASTERS : Master degree programmes are primarily designed to prepare students for practice of profession.The duration of graduate courses may range from one year to two years depending upon the university. The various Master degree are MA, MS, MBA, MFA etc.

Application Procedure

New applications are to be submitted at least 2 months and not more than 6 months from the course commencement date.
Most of our partnered educational institute does not charge application for admission in the chosen course.

After securing the admission in full time course in the designated educational institute in Singapore, the applicant has to lodge application for student visa (Student Pass application) by paying the non refundable processing fee.

Applicants are advised to submit their Student Pass applications at least 2 months before course commencing date.
After approval of Student Pass application, the student has to pay the tuition fees of the educational institute as per agreed terms and conditions. Many institutes allow their students to pay fees in instalments.

Applicant does not need to be in Singapore while the application is being processed. As such, we recommend the applicant to apply for a Student’s Pass before arriving in Singapore as applicant cannot extend your stay while processing is underway. If application is approved, applicant can then enter Singapore to complete the formalities required to issue the Student’s Pass.

For more information please visit the Singapore Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA)
website: http://www.ica.gov.sg/page.aspx?pageid=320&secid=182

Study In Australia

  • Students are allowed to work 40 hrs per fort night and full time in vacations
  • IELTS 6 bands required.
  • Justifiable study gap is accepted
  • Scholarship is available for scholar applicants
  • Easy PR Options after Study
  • High Visa Success ratio
  • Total Process time is 2-4 months
  • Tuition Fees for UG is 9-13 lakhs, PG/MBA 10-16 lakhs
  • Duration for UG is 3-4 years and PG is 1-2 years
  • Education standards are higher and the academic environment is stimulating

STUDY & SETTLE @ AUSTRALIA – Interesting Change in Your Life

Australia has dynamic and harmonious multicultural societies. Australia has strict laws that ensure all courses offered to international students are of a high standard and that your tuition fees are protected. Australia has very low crime rates and is one of the safest country in the world

Australian institutions are linked across the country and across the world, which makes it easy to move throughout the education system between courses or institutions and formal agreement and recognition frameworks mean every step of the path will contribute to your future no matter what your study or career goals.

As an international student, choosing the right course and right institute in Australia is an important decision. It’s not only about the loss of money, but also loss of time that you can’t get back if you choose a course or institution that doesn’t meet your study or long term career objectives.

Discussing your career and long term goal with Think Visa Consultants can help. You can tell us your career goals and we’ll give you expert guidance on the study choices that will get you there.

We can help, whichever stage you’re at:

  • • Considering university or further courses of education in Australia?
  • • Want to know about different institutions in Australia and how they compare so you can make a good choice?
  • • Need assistance with visas?

It doesn’t matter if you’ve studied before or not, we can help students from every level from university preparation courses right through to PhD and Master’s level research.
If you are looking to further your education, undertake a world class degree or fast track your career, Australia offers a range of opportunities. Whether you choose to undertake an MBA, engineering degree, humanities or English language course, Australia is difficult to beat in terms of standard of living, academic excellence, and support for international students.

EDUCATION SYSTEM IN AUSTRALIA

Academic year dates in Australia

The academic year in Australia varies depending on the type of study you are undertaking.
Many institutions also offer a mid-year, or second semester start. Start dates and the number of semesters vary by course and institution, so please check directly on your institution’s website for details.
Below is a general guide on the academic year for the different levels of study in Australia:

English Course:

  • Length - From 5 weeks to 1 year
  • Semesters - The year is split into weeks
  • Starts - Throughout the year

Foundation:

  • Length - 1 year
  • Semesters - The semester breaks will depend on your course
  • Starts - February but can vary by course and institutions

Vocational Education and Training:

  • Length - 1 to 4 years
  • Semesters - Two
  • Starts - February, but can vary by course and institutions

Undergraduate:

  • Length - Typically 3 years (4 years for honours degree)
  • Semesters - Two, although some institutions offer three semesters (trimesters)
  • Starts - Typically March, but can vary by course and institution

Postgraduate:

  • Length - 1 to 2 years
  • Semesters - Two, although some institutions offer three semesters (trimesters)
  • Starts - February, but can vary by course and institutions

Doctoral:

  • Length - 3 years
  • Semesters - As most doctoral candidates do not attend class, there are usually no formal semester
  • Starts - Your start date will be negotiated with your supervisor

Changing your course

If you want to change to a new course at the same institution you are currently studying and at the same level of qualification, you do not need to apply for a new student visa unless your current visa is about to expire.

Changing your level of qualification

If you want to change your level of qualification, for example from a Diploma to a Bachelor Degree, you may need to apply for a new student visa because your visa subclass may change. You should visit the DIBP(opens in a new window) website to find out more information.

Changing your institution

If you are thinking of moving to a different institution you need to speak with your current institution for information on doing this. In most circumstances the new institution will be restricted from enrolling you if you have not completed 6 months of the main course of study (at your current institution) for which your visa was granted.
If you want to change institutions before completing the first six months of your main course of study you must contact your current institution for permission. You will require a letter of offer from the new institution in order to apply for a letter of release from your current institution.

Education costs in Australia

The costs of studying in Australia depend on the institution and the level of study you choose.
As an international student, your tuition fees are payable before you study.

The list below gives you an indication of the range of course costs for different types of qualifications.

  • School- $7,800 to $30,000
  • English language studies Around $300 per week depending on course length
  • Vocational Education and Training (Certificates I to IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma) - $4,000 to $22,000
  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree $15,000 to $33,000*
  • Postgraduate Masters Degree $20,000 to $37,000*
  • Doctoral Degree $14,000 to $37,000*

* Please visit institution websites directly to see costs for these courses. All costs are per year in Australian dollars.

Study In Canada

  • Easiest Visa Process under Student partnership Program.
  • Tuition Fees for UG is 7-8 lakhs, PG/MBA is 7-8 lakhs
  • 20 hrs work during studies and Co-Op Programs
  • High Visa Success ratio
  • 1-3 years work permit after Completion of program
  • Major intakes are Sept and Jan.
  • IELTS 6-6.5 bands required
  • Easy PR Options after Study
  • Justifiable study gap is accepted
  • Scholarship is available for scholar applicants
  • Students are allowed to work 40 hrs per fort night and full time in vacations

Canada is a North American country consisting of ten provinces and three territories. Located in the northern part of the continent, it extends from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean. Canada is the world’s second-largest country by total area, and its common border with the United States is the world’s longest land border shared by the same two countries.

Canada is one of the most popular countries to go to study and settle right now! Most Indians prefer applying to Canada due to the opportunities available here. The currency of Canada is Canadian Dollar.

As an international student, choosing the right course and right institute in Canada is an important decision. It’s not only about the loss of money, but also loss of time that you can’t get back if you choose a course or institution that doesn’t meet your study or long term career objectives.

Discussing your career and long term goal with Think Visa Consultants can help. You can tell us your career goals and we’ll give you expert guidance on the study choices that will get you there.

We can help, whichever stage you’re at:

  • • Considering university or further courses of education in Australia?
  • • Need assistance with visas?
  • • Want to know about different institutions in Australia and how they compare so you can make a good choice?

EDUCATION SYSTEM IN CANADA

The Canadian educational system and its application are different in the different provinces of the country. When it comes to the educational step after High School, Canada’s system offers:

  • • Technical Colleges part the private sector and offer short duration courses that sharpen practical skills wanted on the job market.
    • • Community Colleges offer wider programs and off-campus trainings. Their programs are based on the needs of the local business.
      • • University Colleges offer two paths practical or academic-orientated programs and respectively their diplomas are different.
        • • Universities mostly funded by the government and their fees are lower than the other countries’ options. Still, they offer undergraduate to doctorate programs that are of high quality.

INTAKE

September is the primary intake. The application closing date for universities is around February and for community colleges is around May.

January – February is the secondary intake for which the closing dates are in October – November universities. May is a minor intake.

EDUCATION COST IN CANADA

Scholarships are available but getting one is easier for graduate students of doctors/professors that are researching a scientific matter. It is rather hard for international students to get a financial scholarship, but a number of schools do offer some. Thought, let us mention the tuitions for the different educational stages:

  • • Undergraduate Degree (Bachelor) will cost you between $15 000 and $30 000
  • • Postgraduate Degree (Masters) will cost from $18 000 to $25 000

Canada offers SPP program for Indian students in admission and visa process.

As a conclusion, migrating and studying in Canada is a great option for everybody. If you have intentions to study overseas, contact us and discuss the possible options and all legal matters that disturb you. Our advisory services cover everything, from university choice, to visa procedure guidance and accommodation help. With Think Visa Consultants you don’t have to worry about a thing!

APPLICATION PROCEDURE OF STUDENT PERMIT

  • • Chose the the suitable Program and College/University
  • • Prepare the require documents for applying to the College/University
  • • Get the Conditional / Unconditional offer letter from College/University
  • • Payment of Tuition fees (1st Semester fees)
  • • GIC Process (Create GIC account and Pay $ 10,200)
  • • Get the Medical done (From Panel Physicians from your city)
  • • Prepare visa file
  • • Visit VFS for File Submission

Study In Europe


  •    World’s Education Hub.

  •    IELTS or other English test is not mandatory.

  •    Popular Courses after 10th / 12th .

  •    Justifiable study gap is accepted.

  •    Vibrant and Cosmopolitan Lifestyle.

  •    Work permit available after study.

  •    Cost of living in Europe is still lower than of many developed countries.

  •    Student can study and travel in any country of European Union.

  •    Most of the countries allow part time work while studying.

We provide Education Services for following 33 countries :

AustriaBelgiumBulgariaCyprusCzech Republic
CroatiaDenmarkEstoniaFinlandFrance
GermanyGreeceHungaryIcelandIreland
ItalyLatvia LiechtensteinLithuaniaLuxembourg
Malta Netherlands NorwayPolandPortugal
RomaniaSlovakiaSloveniaSpain Sweden
The former Yugoslav Republic of MacedoniaTurkeyUnited Kingdom

Higher education in Europe

  • Each country has its own individual higher education system – but all are part of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA).
  • • The EHEA system helps ensure that higher education systems across Europe are compatible - and that students, researchers and academics in Europe can collaborate and study or work abroad more easily.
  • • Qualifications across Europe are comparable through the European Qualifications Framework
  • • Most study programmes involve lectures and classes, with assessment through essays, exams and coursework. Many also involve a period of time working in industry or working on industry-related projects.

EDUCATION COST IN EUROPE

Studying in Europe can be very cost-effective. European countries invest in their higher education systems to help make education affordable for students, whilst maintaining high quality standards.

Each country in Europe has its own fee policy but in general, tuition fees here are lower than in other leading study destinations. In fact, in some European countries, study programmes are free of charge!

Which higher education qualifications can I take in Europe?

Bachelor’s degree

  • • Most full-time Bachelor's study programmes in Europe last 3 or 4 years (this will be longer if you study part-time).
  • • To do a Bachelor’s degree, you usually need some school qualifications first – this varies so check the entry requirements for your chosen study programme.
  • • Bachelor’s degrees are highly regarded by employers. They are a great way to gain vital skills and knowledge to help you develop your career
  • • Most study programmes involve lectures and classes, with assessment through essays, exams and coursework. Many also involve a period of time working in industry or working on industry-related projects

Master’s degree

  • • Most full-time Master's study programmes in Europe last 1 or 2 years (this will be longer if you study part-time)
  • • To do a Master’s degree, you usually need a Bachelor’s degree or other undergraduate qualification first
  • • Master’s degrees are highly regarded by employers. They are a great way to gain deeper or additional skills and knowledge to help you develop your career. In particular, they may also help you gain professional status – for example if you wish to become chartered in your profession. Most study programmes involve lectures and classes, with assessment through essays, exams and coursework. Many also involve a period of time working in industry or working on industry-related projects.
  • • If you prefer, you could opt for a Master’s that focuses on independent research, where you study one subject closely with the guidance of a supervisor, producing a thesis or dissertation

Doctorate/Phd

  • • Most full-time doctorates in Europe last around 3 or 4 years (this will be longer if you study part-time)
  • • To do a doctorate, you usually need a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree first.
  • • Doctorates are ideal for people with a passion for research and discovery. They are especially useful if you want to work in academia, become a specialist in a particular field, or be an industry researcher.
  • • Doctorates usually involve a lot of independent study and research, specialised in one particular subject. You may attend some classes, but usually you carry out your own independent research, under the guidance of your supervisor.
  • • The aim of a doctorate is to break new ground – to produce new information and ideas or to conduct original research to help advance your subject. You may be expected to produce papers throughout your programme, and to produce a thesis for evaluation.
  • • To apply, you usually have to submit a research proposal, outlining what your doctorate will aim to achieve

Which subjects can I study?

You will find a huge range of higher education study programmes on offer across Europe – Astrophysics, Biotechnology, Business, Chemical Engineering, Football management, Geography, Green energy management, History, Information Technology, International Relations, Languages, Law, Literature, Medicine, Sociology, Teaching, Tourism, Zoology, and much, much more.

Most higher education study programmes have a ‘modular’ structure. This means that you can build a personalised programme by choosing several different modules or units of study each year from a wide selection. For example, if you are studying Fashion, you might choose one module on Fashion Marketing, one module on Textile Design, and one module on Ethical Textile Production.

Where can I study?

There are 1000s of universities, research institutes and higher education institutions across Europe.

What language can I study in?

There are 24 official languages in the European Union… but most countries across Europe offer study programmes taught in English and other languages too.

Do you need a visa to study in Europe?

Most countries allow students on a visa to work part-time, but some countries place restrictions on the amount of hours visa-holders can work.

I want to study in more than one European country. Is this possible?

Yes – there are lots of options for you to study in more than one European country.

What time of year do study programmes in Europe start?

Start dates vary across Europe, but the academic year typically begins in September or October and finishes in June. Some study programmes also offer January/February start dates too.

Working alongside your studies

Many students work part-time whilst they study or during their university holidays to help support themselves financially.





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