Where is Singapore International School?

Singapore International School (新加坡国际学校) (新加坡國際學校)
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23 Nam Long Shan Road, Aberdeen (Primary campus) 2 Police School Road, Aberdeen (Secondary campus) Hong Kong
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Type International, co-educational

Can Singapore citizen go to international school?

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Singaporean citizens are not allowed to attend international schools unless they have special dispensation given to them by MOE. To do so, you would need to approach MOE directly to state your case.

How much are international schools in Singapore?

Unless otherwise indicated, all fees listed are in Singapore Dollars (S$) and apply for the 2018/2019 academic year.



International school fees in Singapore: 2018.

Name of school DPS International School
Tuition fees (annual) 6,420 – 6,549
7,383 – 8,346
10,593 – 11,235
11,877 – 13,482

What is the best school in Singapore?

Secondary School Ranking based on PSLE 2019 scores

Secondary Schools Status
1 Nanyang Girls’ High School Independent
2 Raffles Girls’ School (Secondary) Independent
3 Raffles Institution Independent
4 Hwa Chong Institution Independent

How much does an international school teacher make in Singapore?

Teacher in Singapore Area Salaries

Job Title Location Salary
Dimensions International College Teacher salaries – 11 salaries reported Singapore Area $2,500/mo
Furen International School Teacher salaries – 10 salaries reported Singapore Area $3,250/mo
I Can Read Teacher salaries – 9 salaries reported Singapore Area $4,500/mo
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How many international schools are there in India?

India has 169 IB World Schools, 137 of which teach the Diploma Programme. India also has a long-established network of independent boarding schools modelled on the traditional British public school.

Is studying in Singapore expensive?

Normally, it costs roughly SGD 8,000 to SGD 9,000 per year to study in a public university. But this is the subsidized price. It costs around SGD 10,000 or more for non-subsidized and non-Singaporean students. Some programs at Singaporean schools are subsidized by the government as well, regardless of nationality.

Are international schools better?

In particular, the survey reveals that international school students develop a better range of `soft’ skills such as time management, critical analysis and independent thinking than their peers who have followed national qualification programmes.

Are public schools in Singapore good?

Singapore’s public schools frequently rank among the best in the world, especially on maths and science lists. Their reputation for academic excellence springs from a robust commitment to competitive education.

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