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Singapore, renowned for its high living costs, surprisingly provides more budget-friendly opportunities for higher education compared to other global destinations and stands out as a compelling choice for those seeking a financially prudent yet academically enriching education abroad.

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Why Study in Singapore ?

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Why Study in Singapore ?

Academic Excellence and State-of-the-Art Infrastructure

Cultural Diversity and Inclusive Environment

Economic and Networking opportunities

Safety, Quality of Life, and Healthcare

Singapore stands as a beacon of academic brilliance, cultural diversity, economic opportunities, and an unmatched quality of life, making it an undisputed choice for those seeking an exceptional educational experience.

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Advantages of choosing Angel

Consistently providing accurate and genuine guidance.

Ensuring complete openness in our interactions with clients.

Prioritizing the client's future by recommending optimal educational options.

Dedicated to enhancing students' overall skills and credibility, guaranteeing success in their international endeavors.

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Advantages of choosing Angel

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Our University Partnerships Drive

We are proud to announce our partnership with one of the world's leading universities

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Key Features

Due added advantage is the low cost of living with the most of the amenities provided by the govt.

Renowned universities and globally recognized degrees.

Exposure to diverse cultures and global perspectives.

Access to career opportunities in a thriving international market.

Low crime rates and modern infrastructure for a comfortable stay.

Access to various scholarships and financial aid for deserving students.

State-of-the-art facilities and research centers for groundbreaking research.

Connections with professionals and experts in various fields.

High standard of living, healthcare, and vibrant lifestyle.

English as an official language for easier communication and adaptation.

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Singapore Visa Process

Navigating the Singapore Student Visa Journey

  • Step 1
    Obtain an offer letter from one of Singapore's 34 esteemed Institutes of Higher Learning (IHLs) to kickstart your visa application.
  • Step 2
    Once your institution registers your information with the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA), receive your SOLAR application number. Head to the ICA website, where you'll enter essential details such as application number, name, sex, nationality, and date of birth.
  • Step 3
    Select the e-form 16 and provide comprehensive information, including passport details, contact information, and residential particulars in Singapore.
  • Step 4
    Submit the Singapore student visa application form, accompanied by a recent passport-sized color photograph adhering to specified guidelines.
  • Step 5
    Fulfill the application process by paying the requisite fee through the designated channels.
  • Step 6
    Await the coveted 'In-Principle Approval' (IPA) and the subsequent application approval. The IPA serves as a crucial document during the final stages of the application process and must be presented to ICA officers.
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    Requirements for Singapore Study Visa

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    Requirements for Singapore Study Visa

    Singapore Student Pass Application: Essential Documentation

    Passport

    Application Form (ICA Form 16) and Fee Payment Receipt

    Admission Offer Letter from University

    Financial Statements

    Standardized Test Scores

    Academic Transcripts

    Student Loan Documentation (if applicable)

    Vaccination Certificates

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    Answers to Your Burning Questions, FAQ

    We Understand that navigating the world of consultancy can be complex, and that's why we've compiled this comprehensive resource to provide you with the answers you need.

    Typically, the funds should be readily available for the entire duration of your study program. Ensure that the funds are accessible without any constraints, as you may need to provide evidence of financial capability throughout the application process and possibly during your stay in Singapore.

    The source of funds should be legitimate, and the documentation should clearly outline the origin of the funds. If the funds are coming from a sponsor, the sponsor should provide a letter indicating their relationship to you and their commitment to supporting your education in Singapore.

    Goods and Services Tax (GST): In Singapore, most goods and services are subject to a 7% Goods and Services Tax, which is added to the final price of products or services.

    Service Charges: Some restaurants and hotels may add a service charge, typically around 10% of the total bill, to cover the cost of service provided.

    Surcharge for credit card transactions: In some cases, businesses may add a small fee to transactions paid for with a credit card to cover the cost of processing the payment.

    Acceptable documents may include bank statements, fixed deposit statements, loan approval letters, scholarship award letters, or any other relevant financial documents demonstrating your ability to cover the costs of studying and living in Singapore. Ensure that the documents are recent and accurately reflect your financial status.

    Yes, scholarships, grants, or financial aid from recognized institutions can be used as evidence of financial support for your education in Singapore. Ensure that the scholarship or financial aid covers the necessary expenses as required by the ICA for the duration of your studies.

    The financial requirements for a student visa in Singapore typically include evidence of sufficient funds to cover tuition fees, living expenses, and other miscellaneous costs. As of 2022, the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) of Singapore recommends that students have at least S$30,000 to S$50,000 per year for their studies and living expenses.

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