Mainstream Education

The Singapore education system provides students with diversified pathways for further studies, as well as corresponding training programs for students of different levels, teaching students in accordance with their aptitude, and targeted, so that every student can learn something. With the outbreak of the Covid19 epidemic in 2019, many countries in Europe and the United States have become the hardest hit areas of the epidemic, and Singapore has increasingly become the first choice for Chinese parents and students to study abroad. In addition, Singapore’s unique students accompanying policy and student immigration policy, compared with the super cost-effective teaching quality in Europe and the United States, are more enthusiastically sought after by international students.

Preschool

Singapore kindergartens adhere to the teaching philosophy of “education through fun”, using “play” as the medium and using games to stimulate children’s enthusiasm for learning.

There are three types of kindergartens in Singapore: public, private and international kindergartens. Children aged 3 to 5 can directly apply for Singapore kindergartens. All types of schools are open to international students.

Primary

The Bilingual Policy encourages Students to be proficient in both the English language, and in their respective ethnic mother tongues, which include Chinese Mandarin, Malay, and Tamil. Bilingual education is provided by the Ministry of Education in Singapore.

In addition, the school also offers the Co-curricular activity for students after class. International students who have lived in Singapore for at least 2 years can apply for permanent residence after participating in the The Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) and have the opportunity to apply for Singapore citizenship as well.

Secondary

Singapore pursues elite education, and the education system helps to teach students in accordance with their aptitude, to fully tap the potential of students, to give students more choices and opportunities, and to provide students with more pathways for further studies. International students who have lived in Singapore for at least 2 years can apply for permanent residence after participating in the IP program or N/O/A-Level exams and have the opportunity to apply for Singapore citizenship as well.

Higher Education

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