Medical Education Singapore International students
International Student Admissions is the process for non-Singapore Citizen / non-Singapore Permanent Resident students to seek admission into mainstream primary schools, secondary schools and junior colleges (JCs) in Singapore.
Admission of international students into mainstream schools is subject to availability of school vacancies, the student meeting the school’s admission criteria and the student’s successful application of a Student’s Pass (STP) from the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA), if necessary.
For admission to pre-schools, private schools or post-secondary institutions (e.g. university or polytechnic), please contact the school or institution directly. More information can be found at the pre-school, private schools and post-secondary education sections.
Categorisation of International Students
International students are categorised as follows:
You need to know:
In accordance with the Immigration Regulations, a foreigner who wishes to study in a Government / Government-Aided / Independent School requires a Student’s Pass (STP) unless he / she is a holder of a Dependant’s Pass (DP) or an Immigration Exemption Order (IEO).
The International Medical Graduate's Guide to Us Medicine and Residency Training
Book (American College of Physicians)
Disparities In Access To Palliative Care — Health Affairs
Postgraduate training opportunities for all disciplines involved in providing palliative care, such as graduate medical education slots, should be increased.
Good Practice Student's Book: Communication Skills in English for the Medical Practitioner (Cambridge Professional English)
Book (Cambridge University Press)