The Education Abroad Network: Study Australia, Study New Zealand, Study Asia
WWU applicants only
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** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
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 even has a budget airline terminal giving you access to all of Asia quickly and affordably.
Singapore 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
Feel confident with the knowledge that TEAN’s on-site support staff is available to you 24/7
One thing I really love about Singapore is that while it might be is smaller in size, it doesn't feel small. Its diverse neighborhoods, tropical weather, friendly people, and delicious food always kept me busy exploring. Singapore Management University’s campus is really interesting because all the buildings are connected underground, it felt like there was a hidden second campus beneath the streets with bookstores, restaurants and study areas. During my first visit I was getting on the metro station near the university, and was a bit turned around. I was quickly offered help by students hanging out in the underground concourses. It made me realize how accessible and instantly comfortable you could feel in this city.
Shannon Diegel, TEAN Program Manager