Student Visa for Singapore

Many Indian students along with other international students dream of higher education at Singaporean Universities as some universities rank among the top universities in the world. But joining Singaporean University is not that easy because the drop in asks for many legal and governmental aspects which are involved before travelling to Singapore. As an Indian student, if one aspires to study in Singapore, one need to get Singapore student visa from the embassy. The process for obtaining a student visa for Singapore is complicated but the more the documents are accurate the faster you can start your adventure for the Singaporean University.

Types of Singapore Student Visa

After receiving the offer letter from the desired institute for a particular course, students need to apply for a student pass to enter Singapore. Institutes in Singapore will file (register) the Singapore student pass for Indian application on behalf of the students to Singapore immigration and Checkpoint Authority (ICA). Applications are submitted through the Student’s Pass On-Line Application & Registration (SOLAR) system. New applications for a Student’s Pass must be submitted at least one month and not more than two months before the commencement of the course.

Student Visa for Singapore

Documents required for Singapore Student Visa

We can help with Singapore student visa  

If you’re an NB student with an offer letter from any of our partner institutions in the UK, we can guide you on how to go about the entire process. We’ll make sure you are fully informed on the latest visa requirements and conditions; also will help you prepare the right documents for your submission. To reduce the hassle, we can also help to certify, translate and courier your documents.

What to do next if your Singapore student visa is postponed or not approved?

Postponement just means you have to wait for a delay from your official of the case. May be there is a chance that it may be rejected or approved. Waiting for further course of action would be the next step.

If the application is rejected, one cannot appeal the case but one can reapply, pay the visa processing fees again and schedule another appointment so that information would be received from US embassy of what to do further for getting approved.