Student Loan
Education is an investment and to help you with this important investment, we are happy to let you know the following payment options and financial aids.

Telecoms Credit Co-operative Limited (TCC)
Tel: 6737 1700


Newcastle Educational Group

Newcastle School of Management
Newcastle Learning and Education Centres
Ang Mo Kio Branch
Hougang Branch
Tampines Branch

Newcastle School of Management
Knowledge of the Real World
Blk 684 Hougang
Ave 8 #03-967
Singapore 530684.
Tel: 6387 5343
Fax: 6782 8916

Newcastle Education Group

Singapore branches : Telephone
Ang Mo Kio : (65) 6453 4136
Tampines : (65) 6787 8692
Hougang : (65) 6387 5343
Fax : (65) 6782 8916
Email :

China Branch

Xian City        
Singapore Campus

Living in Singapore

The living cost in Singapore is estimated to be $7,800 - $14,400 per year.

Rent : $250 - $600
Food : $200 - $300
Transport/Travel : $50
Miscellaneous : $150 - $250
TOTAL PER MONTH : $650 - $1,200
TOTAL PER YEAR : $7,800 - $14,400
Singapore’s unique characteristics and highly accessible infrastructure make it one of the best places to study and work in Asia. Aiming to be theeducational hub and global schoolhouse of the region, this multi-cultural country provides students with an exciting platform for personal growth, professional fulfillment and cross cultural interaction. Living conditions in Singapore are among the best in Asia, with state-of-the-art facilities for education, shopping, sports and recreation.

Singapore offers the best of both worlds. It is cosmopolitan enough to be familiar, yet sufficiently exotic to inspire a walk on the wild side. The city fuses modernity and tradition, with both celebrated in equal parts.

Singapore is a distinctive place. With a total land area of just 646 square kilometers, it is a compact country brimming with the vibrancy of its 4 million people.

In this country you will find a diverse population of Chinese, Malay, Indian and other ethnic groups, covering a wide spectrum of religions, cultures, and languages, living harmoniously together. The synergistic mix of ethnic groups offers international students a wide spectrum of choices for living and playing in Singapore.

Singapore has a warm and humid climate all year-round, with temperatures ranging from 23 to 33 degrees centigrade. Sunshine is the norm, with occasional rain, especially during the year-end periods. Singapore's safety, low crime rates, and high standards of living are well renowned, offering international students an ideal environment for study. When it's time to put away the books, myriad sports, entertainment, and other fascinating sights and sounds are available to relax your mind and fill your senses.

Public transport is efficient and affordable in Singapore. Bus fares vary from $0.60 to S$1.50 and MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) – the Singapore train system – fares range from $0.70 to $2.80, depending on distance of travel. Taxi fares start from $2.40 and a 10km trip should usually cost around $6.00.

There are a number of things students can do in Singapore during the leisure time. There are various tourist spots to visit such as Sentosa Island, Jurong Bird Park, Singapore Zoo, East Coast Beach, Chinese Gardens, Night Safari, Chinatown, Little India and many more. The many theatres, cinemas, video arcades and shopping

centres offer a wide range of entertainment.Those more inclined towards outdoor activities will not be disappointed as there are many sporting facilities island wide that will cater to their needs. There are opportunities for sailing, wakeboarding, golf, canoeing, tennis, cricket, rugby, basketball, squash and many more.

As a centre of learning and research, Singapore’s numerous libraries, museums and bookshops are all easily accessible.