Australia - world’s largest island but smallest continent covering 7.69 million square kilometres.
Australia is the only continent that is governed as a single country. India continues to be the second-largest source country for international student enrolments in Australia.
There are 37 public universities and 2 private universities in Australia
The main qualifications awarded by universities in Australia are:
|Bachelor Degree(General)||3 years full-time study|
|Bachelor Degree (Professional)||4 years full-time study|
|Bachelor Degree + Honours||3-4 years full-time + 1 additional year's successful completion allows entry to a research Masters or Doctorate|
|Masters by Coursework||1-2 years full-time study|
|Masters by Research||1-2 years full-time study|
|Doctoral Degree||3-5 years full-time study|
Australia has six states:
Two major mainland territories
NEW SOUTH WALES
THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY
Other living expenses
Minimum cost of living
The Department of Immigration and Citizenship has financial requirements you must meet in order to receive a student visa. Below is a guide on the requirements you must meet to study in Australia:
Capital : Ottawa
Canada basically got its name by mistake. When Jaques Cartier, a French explorer, came to the new world, he met with local Natives who invited them to their ‘kanata’ (the word for ‘village’). The party mistakenly thought the name of the country was “Kanata” or Canada.
New foundland and Labrador
Prince Edward Island
|Expense||Cost per month|
|Transportation (bus pass)||$100|
Note: It is strongly recommended that the students traveling to Canada must have a PoliceClearanceCertificate with them for placement and employment purposes.
Capital : Paris
France, the largest country in Western Europe and the European Union, and the third-largest in Europe with a total population of around 66 million is the third most attractive country for international students according to UNESCO. 7% of the total number of global internationally mobile students have choosen france as their study destination in the year 2013.
|Region||Town or city of main campus||University|
|Alsace||Strasbourg||Université de Strasbourg|
|Mulhouse||Université de Haute Alsace|
|Aquitaine||Bordeaux||Université of Bordeaux 1|
|Université Michel Montaigne|
|Pau||Université de Pau et du Pays de l'Adour|
|Auvergne||Clermont Ferrand||Université Blaise Pascal|
|Brittany||Rennes||Université de Rennes 1|
|Université de Haute Bretagne|
|Brest||Université de Bretagne occidentale|
|Vannes||Université de Bretagne sud|
|Burgundy||Dijon:||Universite de Bourgogne|
|Centre||Orleans||Université d' Orléans|
|Champagne||Reims||Université de Reims|
|FrancheComté||Besançon||Université de Franche-Comté|
|Ile de France (Paris)||Paris||Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne|
|Université de Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas|
|Université de Paris III Sorbonne-Nouvelle|
|Université de Paris IV Sorbonne|
|Université Descartes Paris 5|
|Université Curie, Paris 6|
|Université Diderot Paris 7|
|Université catholique de Paris|
|Saint Denis||Université Paris VIII Vincennes à Saint Denis|
|Nanterre||Université Paris Ouest Paris X Nanterre|
|Créteil||Université Paris estCréteil Val de Marne - Paris XII|
|Villetaneuse||Université Paris XIII nord|
|Champs sur Marne||Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée|
|Cergy-Pontoise||Université de Cergy-Pontoise|
|Versailles||Université de Versailles- Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines||Evry||Université d'Evry - Val d'Essonne|
|Orsay||Université Paris sud - Paris XI|
|Languedoc - Roussillon||Montpellier||Université de Montpellier 1|
|Université de Montpellier 2|
|Université Paul ValeryMontpellier 3|
|Nimes||Université de Nimes|
|Perpignan||Université de Perpignan|
|Limousin||Limoges||Université de Limoges|
|Lorraine||Metz||Université Paul Verlaine Metz|
|Nancy||Université Poincaré - Nancy 1|
|Université de Nancy 2|
|Midi-Pyrénées||Toulouse||Universite de toulouse 1 – capitole|
|University of Toulouse II – Le Mirail|
|Paul Sabatier University|
|Institut catholique de toulouse|
|Albi||Université Champollion||Nord-Pas de Calais||Lille||Université de Lille 1|
|Université de Lille 2 - Droit et Santé|
|Université Charles de Gaulle - Lille III|
|Université Catholique de Lille|
|Dunkerque||Université du Littoral|
|Valenciennes||Université de Valenciennes|
|Normandy (upper and lower)||Caen||Université de Basse Normandie|
|Le Havre||Université du Havre|
|Rouen||Université de Rouen|
|Pays de la Loire||Angers||Universitéd'angers|
|Université catholique de l'Ouest|
|Le Mans||Université du Maine|
|Nantes||Université de Nantes|
|Picardy||Amiens||Université de Picardie - Jules Verne|
|Compiègne||Université de technologie de Compiègne|
|Poitou-Charentes||La Rochelle||Université de La Rochelle|
|Poitiers||Université de Poitiers|
|Provence - Alpes - Cote d'Azur||Aix - Marseille||Université de Provence Aix-Marseille I|
|Université de la Méditerrannée Aix-Marseille II|
|Université Paul Cézanne Aix-Marseille III|
|Nice||Université de NiceSophia-Antipolis|
|Toulon||Université de Toulon|
|Rhone-Alpes||Chambéry||Université de Savoie|
|Grenoble||Université Joseph Fourier|
|Université Pierre Mendès-France|
|Université Stendhal Grenoble III|
|Lyon||Université Claude Bernard - Lyon I|
|Université Lumière - Lyon II|
|Université Jean Moulin - Lyon III|
|Université catholique de Lyon|
|Saint Etienne||Université Jean Monnet|
International students have the right to work while studying in France as long as they are enrolled in an institution that participates in the national student health-care plan. Students who are not nationals of EU member countries must also hold a valid residency permit. The right to work applies to all students, including those who are in France for the first time, those who are enrolled in the first year of a university program, and those who are enrolled full-time in a language school.
The law allows students to work 964 hours in a given year, which corresponds to 60% of full-time employment for the year. Minimum salary in France is €9.40/hour. Students from member countries of the European Union may work in France without restriction after they graduate. If you needed a visa to study in France and obtained a Masters degree, you can apply for a non-renewable temporary residency authorization (“autorisation provisoire de séjour” - APS) valid for 6 months beyond the date of expiration of the student’s residence permit. An APS allows you to work at any job up to the limit of 60% of the official work week.
Students who secure a job related to their academic program and with a salary equal or above 1.5 times of a salary paid at the national minimum wage can apply to switch from a student visa to a work visa.
The average costs of popular items in the country:
Students from countries outside of the EU must obtain a student visa. There are four possible types of visa.
The Visa de Court Séjour pour Etudes (short stay student visa)
This enables students to come and study in France for a period of up to three months. This type of visa cannot be renewed and its holder is exempt from having to obtain a residence permit.
The "Etudiant Concours" visa for competitive entrance examinations
This visa allows its holder to sit a competitive entrance examination in either a public or private higher education establishment. If the student passes the examination, he or she can obtain a residence permit valid for one year (renewable) from their nearest prefecture without returning to their country of residence.
The Visa de Long Séjour Temporaire pour Etudes (temporary long stay student visa)
Holders of this visa are permitted to study for between three and six months in either a public or private higher education establishment. This cannot be renewed and its holder is exempt from having to obtain a residence permit.
The Visa de Long Séjour pour Etudes (long stay student visa)
This is issued to international students wishing to study in France for a period longer than six months. It enables them to obtain a residence permit valid for one year (renewable) from their nearest prefecture.
Visa fees for Indian students is 50 Euros
Visa fee for applicants applying to the France Visa Application Centre in Chennai & Puducherry is payable by cash only
Tuition fees + a minimum of 615 Euros/month x by number of months of stay (living expenses). Only liquid assets will be considered. In the case of family member/friend funding your studies, an undertaking must be provided on plain paper duly signed along with supporting financial documents. Bank statements of the last 3 months (of the individual sponsoring the education and the student’s bank statements if he/she has an account in his/her name). If you are being hosted by a family in France, an “Attestation d’accueil” will have to be provided by the family. In such a case you will have to show resources for a minimum of 300 euros per month.
Ireland is an island to the northwest ofcontinental Europe. It is the third-largest island in Europe and the twentieth-largest island on Earth.To its east is the island of Great Britain, from which it is separated by the Irish Sea. Ireland is considered to be an English speaking country with friendly safe environment with Innovative and Creative Culture.
Higher education in Ireland consists of universities, specialist colleges (offering courses in a single subject area), and institutes of technology. The latter do not just offer courses in technology subjects, but also a wide range of vocational programs, in subjects including hospitality, healthcare, pharmacy, media, textiles, marketing, and many more.
Ireland’s seven public universities are all ranked within the world’s top 700 in the 2012/13 QS World University Rankings. Ireland is well known for its traditional excellence which is recognized throughout the world. Universities and institutes in Ireland have specialist centres and technologies which provides skills and training required to gain high value employment after graduation.
INSTITUTES OF TECHNOLOGY
OTHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
International students are allowed to work for 20 hours per week during term time and are also allowed to work 40 hours per week during holidays.
The People of Ireland usually doesn’t belong to workaholic culture and have an average work week of 39 hours. Its hard to see Irish people working weekends or long hours. The Work Timing starts from 9:00 am until 5:30 pm, with an hour being taken for lunch between noon and 2:00 pm. There are many offices, like government offices, that are actually closed between noon and 2:00 pm.As a whole working in Ireland is considered to be very easy than any other country as Irish value their social life too highly.
Estimated Living Costs
|Rent (per week)||€100 to 120.00|
|Utilities (per week)||€20 to 30.00|
|Food (per week)||€40 - 50.00|
|Transport- Public Transport (per week)||€10.00|
- Cinema (per visit)
- Restaurant (per visit)
- Mobile Phone (per week)
|Total||€270.00 (per week)|
List of average costs for everyday grocery products in Ireland.
|Visa Category||Visa Type||Visa Fee in INR|
|Study Visa||Single Entry||4400|
|VFS Service Charges||INR 764||Per applicant charges. To be paid in cash at the time of application submission.|
The visa fee has to be paid by Bank Draft favouring "Embassy of Ireland, New Delhi".
Alternate payment options are available at the VFS Ireland Visa Application Centre for payment of visa fee at a service charge of Rs. 56/- per application (inclusive of service tax).
Sweden, officially the Kingdom of Sweden, is a Scandinavian country in Northern Europe. Sweden is the third-largest country in the European Union by area, with a total population of about 9.6 million.Sweden is one of Europe's most popular study destinations. Sweden has a reputation for being an expensive country to live in, and when it comes to food and other expenses, it certainly lives up to the stereotype. But in terms of education, the country is at the other end of the spectrum. Sweden is the birthplace of the world’s most prestigious award, the Nobel Prize, it should hardly come as a surprise that its universities are well-regarded.
Sweden’s education system is classified to universities and university colleges.
Tuition fees is free for EU students, although fees have recently been introduced for non-EU students. There are a large number of programmes taught in English, both at Master’s and Bachelor’s level. The academic year is split into autumn and spring semesters. The majority of courses and study programmes start in the autumn.The autumn semester starts at the end of August and continues until mid-January of the following year. The spring semester usually starts in January and finishes at the end of June.Between the spring and autumn semesters, many universities have a short summer session. A student may be awarded a maximum of 15 credits for courses taken during the summer session.
Working part-time while studying is not only a practical way to ease the economic limitations of life as a student, but also an ideal way to gain work experience, meet people and, for international students, become more familiar with Swedish society. International students are allowed to work part-time while studying in Sweden and recent changes in legislation have made it easier for non-EU students to remain and work in Sweden after graduation. International students are allowed to work 20 hours per week during studies. The working day in Sweden is 8 hours. A shooting day has normal hours between 08.00 – 17.00 including a one hour lunch break. A working week consists of 40 hours and is usually divided on 5 days but can consist of as much as six.
|Food:||SEK 1800 - 2,000.|
|Accommodation:||SEK 3000 - 3,200.|
|Local travel||SEK 500.|
|Insurance, medical care and hygiene||SEK 250.|
|Student union fee||SEK 60-70.|
|Clothing, hobby/leisure, & Other Miscellaneous Expense||SEK 750.|
Student can live more economically if they became careful and use their limited money effectively. For example, if student use student ID cards, they get a considerable discounts on markets. If student manage to cook food on their own, they will expend much less in food than estimated above.
|Item||Price in SEL|
If you will be studying in Sweden for more than three months and you are not an EU citizen, you need a residence permit. In general, to acquire a residence permit to study in Sweden, you must have been admitted to a fulltime course of study, you must have the means to support yourself and you must have a passport. You must arrange for your residence permit before leaving for Sweden.
Germany is a great destination for international students and offers high quality university education. Globally around 1.8 million students pursue higher studies abroad. Of these, approximately one tenth come to Germany. German Universities are autonomous and provide special emphasis on research and teaching. Some of the ground breaking discoveries that the world has seen have been the result of German Universities. German Universities offer courses in Medicine, Engineering, Management, Law, English and various other disciplines. Academic freedom is one of the main characteristics of the German university system and is one of the reasons why public universities in Germany don't charge any fee.
Universities in Germany have sub-diversed in three ways
Students in Germany
Student Visa in Germany classified in following ways,
It is issued for a short stay of up to three months per half-yearly period. Holders of a Schengen Visa must leave the country again after three months at the latest.
Is issued for stays lasting longer than three months.
This is only valid for the length of the language course. It cannot be converted into a student visa
It is valid for three months and can be converted into a residence permit for the purpose of studying once you have been admitted to a higher education institution
The United Kingdom is made up of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. It has a long history as a major player in international affairs and fulfils an important role in the European union,United nations and Nato
The UK is ethnically diverse, partly as a legacy of empire. Lately, the country has been struggling with issues revolving around multiculturalism, immigration and national identity.
UK schools, colleges, universities offer you a world class education –for learning and gain qualifications that are accepted and respected by employers and academics world wide.
While studying in UK you will benefit from excellent teaching and facilities. In order to accepts students, students must meet strict quality standards set by the UK government and education bodies.
UK universities and colleges have a strong reputation for research and education through that they attract some of the world’s leading academics and industry professionals. In UK you will be encouraged to express your own ideas and think for yourself.
Some of UK’s excellent education results:
Students can work up to 20 hours a week during term time and full time during holidays.
Students can earn around £ 5 - £ 7 per hour i.e. approx £400 - £560 per month ( Rs. 30000 - Rs. 42000) during term.
Students could look out for part-time jobs by looking in the local newspapers and job shops as well as the Universities and Colleges career cells where information is available about vacancies. However please note that students are not guaranteed part time employment by the University.
If you are going to the UK as a student for six months or less, you must ask the Entry Clearance Officer for permission to work
Employment in UK after studies:
Points-based system (PBS) is a new system for managing migration, for those wishing to enter the UK for work or study
UKBA has introduced Tier 2 of point based system whereby student who graduate from UK university will be able to take graduate level job in the UK with the registered companies paying a minimum of £ 20000 a year and work for 3 years. There is possibility of later extending for 3 year more.
Places Living Costs (Approx.)
Places outside London £ 7200 per year
London Area £9,000 per year
Other typical costs:
All international students on full-time courses lasting over six months can have free treatment from the National Health Service. This means free visits to doctors and hospital care for you and your family.
International students from outside the UK or EU must apply for a student visa. Your eligibility is calculated using a points-based rules system called a Tier 4 Student Visa.
You need 40 points to apply for a student visa. This is achieved by:
Students have to pay a fees of avg 31,000 INR for attaining visa. Student can carry Demand Draft of required amount in the name of “British High Commission” drawn on Chennai Branch.
Capital: Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia, nation of different races, culture & religion located in the heart of Southeast Asia. It comprises of two distinct area West & East Malaysia. East Malaysia consist of a federal territory & two large states Sabah & Sarawak. West Malaysia consist of 11 states & 2 federal territories
Students can get the Opportunity to study at World ranking University at affordable fee. Malaysia has more than three decades of experience in international education and accounts for two per cent of the international student population around the world. This is a result of the Malaysian government’s commitment to turning the country into a high quality education destination for students from all over the globe.
Malaysia is currently ranked the world’s 11th most preferred study destination by UNESCO and the country currently has close to 100,000 international students pursuing courses that range from English language programmes and diplomas to degrees and post-graduate studies at private higher educational institutions, foreign university branch campuses and public universities
International students who hold student pass are allowed to work while studying for their degree for up to 20 hours part-time per week during semester breaks or holidays of more than 7 days (subject to immigration requirements).Working in Malaysia can be a fascinating experience. In a multicultural office you will see people from all works of life who practise different beliefs, customs and traditions. The Malaysian Employment Act defines the work weeks as 48 hours, with a maximum of 8 working hours per day and 6 working days per week.Normal business hours In Malaysia are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays to Fridays.
The total cost of living will average from between RM1,000 and RM1,500 (USD313 to USD469 ) per month or about RM12,000 to RM18,000 (USD3,750 to USD5,625 ) per year (12 months) for one student.
You should estimate about RM300 (USD94) to RM450 (USD141) for your accommodation per month.
Your food and housekeeping expense is estimated to be around RM400 to RM450 (estimated USD133). This is based on about RM12 to RM15 (USD4.2) for three meals per day. Naturally, if you cook and share the cooking expenses with your friends, it would be cheaper.
Your clothing expenses like washing, ironing, dry-cleaning, etc. may cost around RM60 (USD19) per month
Students who stay on campus or near campus may not incur any cost of travelling to and from classes. However, other travelling may cost approximately RM30 to RM50 (estimated USD13) per month
The mobile phone packages in Malaysia are very competitive. How much you spend will depend on your usage and the promotional package you choose. The average student may spend about RM30 to RM80 (estimated USD17) per month.
Although you may not need to pay for medical expenses every month, if you keep aside RM50 (USD16) per month, it would be sufficient for you in case you need outpatient treatment at a private clinic during the year. This estimate includes the amount you will have to pay for your medical and hospitalisation insurance (from your institutions).
How much your personal expenses would be per month would depend on your personal lifestyle. However, the cost can be estimated to be between RM100 (USD32) and RM200 (USD64). This includes your socialising needs, toiletries, haircut, clothes, movie, etc.
Obtaining a student pass in Malaysia for Indians students is very simple.All applications for student passes by international students are done through Malaysian educational institutions. The processing, approval and issuance of student passes and visas is carried out by the Immigration Department in Malaysia.
Visa fees for Indian students is RM 294.56.
Payment of visa fee must be paid through dimand draft and VFS Service Charges in cash.
Capital: Singapore City
Despite its cosmopolitan population, its history as a centre of trade and entrepreneurialism positions it closer to the West than its neighbours. While Chinese, Malay, and Tamil are also official languages, English is widely spoken and understood by 75% of the five million population, and is the officially designated language for the education system.
While Chinese, Malay, and Tamil are also official languages, English is widely spoken and understood by 75% of the five million population, and is the officially designated language for the education system. Singapore is fast becoming a premier education hub and has many international students studying at top quality public and private institutions. Many Universities from UK, Australia, USA and other countries have campus in Singapore.
Universities and Colleges in Singapore are classified in the following way,LOCAL UNIVERSITIES
|3 July 1905||National University of Singapore||NUS||Public Autonomous||In Operation||33,000|
|15 March 1956||Nanyang University||Nantah||Private||Not in operation. Merged with The University of Singapore in April 1980 to form The National University of Singapore|
|1 July 1991||Nanyang Technological University||NTU||Public Autonomous||In Operation||30,256|
|12 January 2000||Singapore Management University||SMU||Public Autonomous||In Operation||4,742|
|14 April 2005||SIM University||UniSIM||Private Publicly funded||In Operation||12,611|
|28 December 2009||Singapore Institute of Technology||SIT||Public Autonomous||In Operation||750(up to 5,000)|
|August 2011||Singapore University of Technology and Design||SUTD||Public Autonomous||In Operation||Expected to reach 6,000|
|April 2011||Yale-NUS College||YNC||Public Autonomous||In Operation||The plan is to start with an initial class of 150 students in the fall of 2013, and to gradually grow each incoming class until a steady state of 250 incoming students per year is reached. This will give a total student enrollment of 1,000.|
|2003||James Cook University Singapore||JCU Singapore||Private||In Operation||1200|
|2005||ESSEC Business School||ESSEC||Private||In Operation||200|
|2006||University of Nevada Las Vegas Singapore||UNLV Singapore||Private||In Operation||200|
|2008||Curtin University Singapore||Curtin Singapore||Private||In Operation||1700|
|1998||The University of Adelaide, Ngee Ann - Adelaide Education Centre Pte Ltd||NAAEC||Private||In Operation||500|
|2010||Temple University Singapore||Fox School of Business||Private||In Operation||-|
|2005||Cardiff Metropolitan University: Asia Campus||Cardiff Metropolitan University Asia||Private||In Operation||700|
|2002||Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh: Asia Campus||Queen Margaret University Asia||Private||In Operation||1500|
|Ngee Ann Polytechnic,Singapore polytechnic||University of Newcastle, UK||Naval architecture|
|Singapore Polytechnic||Massey University, New Zealand||Food Technology|
|Ngee Ann Polytechnic||Chapman University, USA||Film & TV|
|Singapore Polytechnic||University of Manchester, UK||Optometry|
|Nanyang Polytechnic||University of Stirling, UK||retail marketing|
|Ngee Ann Polytechnic||Wheelock College, USA||Early Childhood Education|
|1954||Singapore Polytechnic||SP||Government||In Operation||15000|
|1963||Ngee Ann Polytechnic||NP||Government||In Operation||15000|
|1990||Temasek Polytechnic||TP||Government||In Operation||15000|
|1992||Nanyang Polytechnic||NYP||Government||In Operation||15000|
|2002||Republic Polytechnic||RP||Government||In Operation||15000|
|2007||Asia Pacific Centre for Management Leadership||Aventis School of Management; Baruch College of The CUNY; Chartered Institute of Marketing||100 Orchard Road||Private||680|
|1996||Auston Institute||London South Bank University, Chichester University||Unity Street, Robertson Walk||Private|
|2003||M.A.D. School by Chatsworth Mediart Academy||30 Merchant Road, #03-22-24 Riverside Point||Private|
|1966||BMC International College||University of Hertfordshire||Blk 130 Jurong East Street 13, #03-221||Private|
|2002||Design Technology Institute||EUT; NUS||10 Kent Ridge Crescent||Private|
|2005||Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School||Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School||8 College Road|
|1984||EASB East Asia Institute of Management||Edinburgh Business School; Queen Margaret University; University of Southern Queensland;Cardiff Metropolitan University; Aston University||9 Ah Hood Road||Private||3500|
|2003||ERC Institute||University of Wolverhampton; University of Greenwich||
|2003||German Institute of Science and Technology||NTU; NUS; TUM-SIT||10 Central Exchange Green #03-01, Pixel Building Singapore 138649||Private|
|2002||Informatics Academy||Oxford Brookes University; RMIT University; University of Portsmouth; University of Central Lancashire; University of Wales||45 Middle Road near Bugis MRT Station||Private|
|2011||International Executive Education Center||Temple University Fox School of Business||75 Bukit Timah Road, Boon Siew Building||Private|
|1998||Johns Hopkins in Singapore, Division of Biomedical Sciences(DJHS)||Johns Hopkins Medicine in Singapore (JHS) & NUS||31 Biopolis Way||Private|
|Kaplan Singapore||Murdoch University; Griffith University; Monash University; Swinburne University of Technology; Northumbria University; University College Dublin; University of Bedfordshire; University of Hull; University of South Australia; Northeastern University||
|1973||Marketing Institute of Singapore||Northumbria University; University of Buckingham||30 Prinsep Street||Private|
|1956||Management Development Institute of Singapore||Grenoble Graduate School of Business; Oklahoma City University; Southern Cross University; University of Bradford;Northumbria University; University of the West of England; University of Sunderland; Nottingham Trent University; University of Wales||501 Stirling Road||Private||12000|
|2007||Melior International College||Bachelor and Master Program CQUniversity, Advance Diploma Melior International College||108 Robinson Road||Private||890 Asia|
|1950||National Institute of Education||NTU||1 Nanyang Walk||Public||12,964|
|2003||NTU-SJTU Joint EMBA Programme||NTU; SJTU||11 Law Link||Private|
|1964 2001||PSB Academy||CSU, Long Beach; Loughborough University; University of London International Programmes;The UoN, Australia; University of Nottingham; University of Western Australia; University of Wollongong||• 355 Jalan Bukit HoSwee
• 2985 Jalan Bukit Merah
|1964||Singapore Institute of Management (SIM Global Education)||IMI; RMIT University; SUNY Buffalo; The University of Manchester; The University of Sheffield;The University of Sydney; University of Birmingham; University of London International Programmes; University of Southampton; University of Stirling; University of Warwick;University of Wollongong||461 Clementi Road||Private||33,500|
|2005||Singapore Institute of Technology||University of Glasgow; Newcastle University;University of Nevada, Las Vegas;The University of Manchester;Technical University of Munich||EFG Bank Building 25 North Bridge Road||Public||2000|
|1947||Singapore Institute of Commerce||Victoria University[disambiguation needed];RMIT University; University of New Brunswick||1192 Upper Serangoon Road||Private|
|1966||SMa School of Management||Murdoch University;RMIT University;The University of Manchester; Chartered Institute of Marketing; Edith Cowan University; University of Melbourne; University of Central Lancashire;Singapore Media Academy; International Trade Centre (ITC), Switzerland||410 North Bridge Road||Private|
|1993||Stansfield College||University of London International Programmes; Victoria University[disambiguation needed];RMIT University||Springleaf Tower, 3 Anson Road||Private||1500|
|1998||Singapore-MIT Alliance||MIT; NTU; NUS||10 Kent Ridge Crescent||Public|
|2003||Singapore Stanford Partnership||NTU; Stanford University||50 Nanyang Avenue||Private|
|2009||Singapore Delft Water Alliance||Delft University of Technology;NUS||2 Engineering Drive 2||Public|
|1981||TMC Academy||University of London International Programmes;University of Hertfordshire;Liverpool John Moores University; University of Greenwich; University of Gloucestershire;University of Aberdeen;Monash College||250Middle Road, 38C JalanPemimpin||Public|
|2003||The Logistics Institute - Asia Pacific||GIT; NUS||11 Law Link||Private|
|1999||Wharton–SMU Research Center||Wharton School of The UoP; SMU||81 Victoria Street||Private-Government Aided|
Foreign students are not allowed to work in Singapore during term time or vacation time unless they are granted an exemption. Exemption is granted to foreign students holding a valid student pass and studying at certain educational institutes that are approved by the Ministry of Manpower, along with certain other qualifying conditions. Foreign students wanting to undergo an internship in Singapore, must ensure that they hold a valid Training Employment Pass or Training Work Permit before they can commence their industrial attachment programme.
Depending upon the salary, education, and experience, three types of Employment Passes are issued:
P1 Pass: For foreigners with a base salary of above S$7,000 a month.
P2 Pass: For foreigners with a base salary between S$3,500 and S$7,000 a month.
Q1 Pass: For foreigners with a base salary between S$2,500 and S$3,500 a month.
An international student in Singapore spends on average about S$700 to S$1,000 a month on living expenses. This amount, of course, varies depending on your individual lifestyle. These estimated cost ranges below gives a rough guide of the basic expenditure an international student may incur in Singapore per month.
|Item||Cost Per Month (SGD)|
|Accommodation||$200 - $1,500|
(rental varies with geographical area, type of accommodation, demand, facilities provided and the number of people sharing)
|Utilities||$50 - $80(not applicable for hostel)|
|Food||$300 - $450 (Based on $10-$15 a day for 3 meals)|
|Public Transport||$20 - $100(varies with types of student concession pass)|
|Telecommunications||From $30 (varies with usage and promotional packages subscribed)|
|Books & Stationery||$30 - $100 (varies with course)|
|Personal expenses||$100 - $200 (varies with individuals) (clothes, toiletries, entertainment, haircut, miscellaneous)|
Once accepted by a university, applicants must apply within two weeks to the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) for a Student’s Pass. Successful applicants will be issued with an in-principle approval (IPA) letter. Applicants need not apply for a separate visa as it is incorporated in the IPA letter, which can be used at entry checkpoints. On arrival in Singapore, complete formalities on production of a range of documents including passport, disembarkation/embarkation card, and a medical report in the prescribed format.Depending on the type of educational institution that a foreigner is intending to study at, the requirements and procedures for applying for a Student's Pass will differ.Expenses
A processing fee of S$30 (INR 1,131.53) is charged for every application submitted to the ICA. An additional issuance fee of S$60 (INR 2,262.91) must be paid once the Student's Pass is issued.
New Zealand is an island country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean which comprises two main landmasses – that of the North Island, or Te Ika-a-Māui, and the South Island, or Te Waipounamu – and numerous smaller islands.
New Zealand has an internationally reputed education system which provides quality education to many students around the globe. It offers a safe learning environment with excellent study opportunities and support services for international students. Education Sector in New Zealand is regulated by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA), the ministry of Education, The Tertiary Education Commission, The Education Review Office and Career services.
There are totally eight government funded universities in New Zealand.
|Auckland University of Technology||CBD, Auckland||2000i|
|Massey University||Palmerston North||1927|
|University of Auckland||CBD, Auckland||1883|
|University of Canterbury||Christchurch||1873|
|University of Otago||Dunedin||1869|
|University of Waikato||Hamilton||1964|
|Victoria University of Wellington||Wellington||1897|
LIST OF POLYTECHNICS AND COLLEGES
New Zealand provides opportunities for international students to do part time jobs and earn money while studying. But there are restrictions on how many hours you can work on a student visa.
While you’re studying, you can work for up to 20 hours a week during the academic year if you are studying full-time on a student visa at NZQA approved university or education provider. You may also be able to work full-time during the Christmas-New Year holiday period at the end of each academic year if you’re studying a course which is 12 months or more in duration.
The approximate annual living expenses are about NZ $ 10,000 – 12,000, which includes accommodation as well as other daily expense
There are various types of accommodation for International students like Halls of residence / Students Hostel, Homestay, Apartments / Flats which will cost in an average of NZ$1000 to NZ$1300 per month.
|Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant||16.32 NZ$|
|Meal for 2, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course||82.37 NZ$|
|Combo Meal at McDonalds or Similar||9.61 NZ$|
|Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught)||6.94 NZ$|
|Imported Beer (0.33 liter bottle)||7.70 NZ$|
|Cappuccino (regular)||4.23 NZ$|
|Coke/Pepsi (0.33 liter bottle)||2.82 NZ$|
|Water (0.33 liter bottle)||2.75 NZ$|
|One-way Ticket (Local Transport)||3.48 NZ$|
|Monthly Pass (Regular Price)||118.78 NZ$|
|Taxi Start (Normal Tariff)||3.20 NZ$|
|Taxi 1km (Normal Tariff)||2.77 NZ$|
Immigration New Zealand (INZ) is the government agency responsible for establishing New Zealand immigration policies. Student can apply personally to any of the collection centre (known as TT Services) spread over 9 major cities across India.The Government of New Zealand issues student visas for full time study on the understanding that you have sufficient funds for study and living expenses for the duration of your stay in New Zealand. There are regulations that must be met before a student visa can be issued and these vary from country to country.
11,100 INR have to be paid in the form of Demand Draft in the name of “IMMIGRATION NEW ZEALAND”. THE INR DRAFT SHOULD BE PAYABLE AT PAR AT ALL BRANCHES AND USD DRAFT PAYABLE AT A BANK IN USA.