The students should submit the certified copies of the required transcripts/mark sheets/certificates of the minimum qualification.
They should get the documents translated into English language from an individual or authorized person.
Students should convert the marks as per the grading system followed in Singapore. Scorecards of IELTS/TOEFL and GMAT exams need to be submitted to the university. students seeking admission in an MBA course, need to have a minimum of 2-3 years of work experience. A detailed CV along with letter of recommendation, issued by professors alongside their contact information must be mentioned and submitted to the university.
For students seeking doctoral program, letters of recommendations and a statement of purpose citing the reasons of pursuance of the student should be submitted.
Apart from these the students must submit certified copies of their birth certificates and identity proofs.
On receiving applications the university, will proceed with the assessment and contact the student in a few days. The interview may be conducted on telephonic, or video, and can be onsite also. If the university accepts candidature, an acceptance letter (or letter of offer) will be sent to the student which should be duly signed and returned to the university and the fees paid. Subsequently the university will send a package to the students and they can apply for a student’s pass.
English is the medium of education in Singapore and the bilingual policy to study in Malay, Mandarin or Tamil gives a competitive advantage. This feature reinforces the cultural heritage of the students.