|It is believed that Management education begins from the very centre of business and works to seamlessly combine a global learning experience with global corporate practices; therefore Singapore is soon catching up as a business hub vying for student attention world over.
Singapore also has the highest rate of literacy in the world. By choosing to study in Singapore, international students have an opportunity to not only plug into an education system that promotes excellence, but also be a part of a global community.
|Center for Education
Singapore has 4 main Universities, 2 of which are public universities and the other 2 private universities. By pursuing an education in the City, students can connect with a vibrant academic community drawn from Singapore's international public universities such as National University of Singapore (NUS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU) or Singapore Management University (SMU) on at a close personal level.
- The population is comprised of 76.7% Chinese, 13.9% Malay, 7.9% Indian and 1.5% others
- There are 4 official languages - Malay, Chinese (Mandarin), Tamil and English.
- 31% Taoist, 28% Buddhist, 18% Muslim, 10% Christian, 4% Hindu
- Singapore is a City for the Arts. There are drama, music and dance performances all year round at various locations, culminating in the Singapore Arts Festival in June.
- There are currently 3 National Museums, namely the Singapore History Museum and the Singapore Art Museum and the Asian Civilizations Museum.
Singapore, a highly developed and successful free market economy, enjoys a remarkably open and corruption-free environment, stable prices, and a high per capita GDP. The economy depends heavily on exports, particularly in electronics and manufacturing.
- The Major Industries Singapore trades in are - Shipping, banking, tourism, electrical & electronics, chemicals, and oil refining.
- The Major trading partners: US, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Japan
- GDP - real growth rate is 12.5% as per statistics in 2010