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Work Opportunities for Students in Singapore

The courses offered by universities in Singapore are highly recognized around the world. Plus, Singapore is consistently known to be a global business hub with its developed infrastructure, political stability and open business policy. Graduates have the grate career opportunities that no other city can offer.

Student Internships and Placements

Universities in Singapore providing a lot of support for students on internships. Student can get a recommendation from the university or self-sourced internship opportunities. These internship opportunities are not limited at local, also has oversea placements. Depending on the subject criteria, students can even obtain modular credits subject from the internships.

Part-time Jobs for Student

Students will have opportunities to undertake part-time job during their studies. This is also a great way to fund themselves and to get to know more people. Rules and regulations of maximum hours for part-time jobs make sure that it will not be affecting students studies.

Did You Know?

  • There are about 4,200 companies located their regional headquarters in Singapore. It is three times more than in Hong Kong and also any other city in the region. (Source: EDB Singapore)
  • Singapore is the 5th in the world and 1st in the Asia Pacific for Best Global Innovation. (Source: The World Bank Group)
  • Singapore is the 2nd in the world for the best labour/employer relations (Source: World Economic Forum)
  • There are About 37,400 international companies base their operations out of Singapore, including 7,000 multinational corporations (Source: Straitstimes)

What Singapore’s International Students Say

“Study in Singapore is the best choice I have ever made. The course subjects and school activities provide a lot of opportunities and knowledge for my career in Singapore”
Daniel – Hospitality and Tourism Management Student from Russia

What Singapore’s Employers Say

“Being a great education hub, Singapore has many computer science graduates. As a tech company, we needed to tap into that.”
Anthony Tan – Co-Founder & CEO, Grab
Source: Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB)