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Study Abroad in Singapore

Not many places in the world can boast the sheer amount of diversity found in such a relatively tiny piece of land. With soaring skyscrapers forming an impressive skyline and small traditional lanes to explore by foot, the city is a perfect mix of traditional and modern. As one of the busiest ports in the world, the city serves as a crossroads for Asian and world travel. Take advantage of your location with affordable flights throughout Asia. As one of the world’s busiest hubs, Singapore’s Changi Airport is your starting place to access Asia quickly and affordably.

You don’t have to leave the country to get a taste of the exotic though as Singapore is not just concrete and mortar.  Singapore consists of 63 islands and nearly a quarter of its land consists of parks and forest reserves. Nearly 5.4 million people call Singapore home and though predominantly of Chinese origin, the city itself is an exciting blend of the various cultures of Asia. From bustling Chinatown to the excitement of Little India and Arab Street, the city is home to numerous festivals and unique dining experiences.

Program Highlights

  • Study at Singapore Management University, one of the youngest universities to have both the EQUIS and AACSB accreditations
  • Enroll in specially designed region-focused undergraduate courses and receive an Asian Studies Certificate at the conclusion of the program
  • Explore your potential for a business career in Asia with inside knowledge and experience
  • Learn and live in a politically stable and safe, English-speaking Asian city
  • Explore the region inexpensively and conveniently from the centrally located country of Singapore

Don’t Leave Singapore Without...

  • Exploring the backstreets of the city's many ethnic neighborhoods
  • Devouring kachang, a local specialty and favorite dessert
  • Sipping on a Singapore Sling at the world-famous Raffles Hotel
  • A trip to Pulau Ubin, home to the world's largest bat, the flying fox
  • Visiting the Singapore Night Safari for an after-dark visit with some of Asia's most exotic animals