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Here are the 5 best private universities in Singapore!
Most people would know about SIM, as it is a pretty recognizable university in Singapore. Although the tuition fee can be slightly more expensive as it is a non-government funded private institute, it has made itself known as the 4th university in Singapore. The courses offered in this institution vary depending on the university you applied in, but it mostly comprises of social and finance courses.
This is one of the best private universities in Singapore as it offers varying courses from many universities. It probably offers one of the most diverse range of courses compared to other private institution. This is due to the number of courses the universities affiliated to Kaplan offers.
This school is well known for its diverse business courses. However, MDIS also offers other courses such as tourism and hospitality and even fashion and design. It is perhaps not as well-known as some other private institutes, but it is pretty well known in Singapore.
This is another school that is known for its diverse business courses. From accountancy and finance to business and communication, you are spoilt for choices. However, this school is probably a little less recognized as compared to Kaplan. Despite this, it is well known for having good facilities in the school.
This is the go to school for art students and one of the best private universities in Singapore in general. It is aptly named Nanyang academy of the FINE ARTS. So obviously if you are an artsy kind of person, this school is for you. It mostly offers degrees in arts, but there is a degree in music available as well. It is probably very recognizable to people as it is one of the few schools that cater to art students.
These are some of the private institutions that are popular and quite good in Singapore. Every school has its strengths and weaknesses. Therefore it is definitely advisable to do adequate research about the school before applying. Private schools can be extremely expensive, therefore it will be better to have an idea about the school you are going to spend the next 3-4 years in.
There you have it, the best private universities in Singapore. Have fun choosing!
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