Marriage & Family

Financial Sacrifices Are Crucial To Send Your Child To A University

HSBC, one of the world’s largest financial institution, conducts its yearly survey series entitled “The Value of Education”. This yearly report examines the parent’ expectations and aspirations for their children’s education. In 2015, it highlighted that a whopping 90% of Singaporean parents saw undergraduate studies as an essential tool for their children’s success. The interesting part was that majority of these parents (about 83%) were willing to pay more to send their children overseas. The only downside was that some

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Marriage & Family

Sensible Steps To Prepare For Your Child’s Tertiary Education

1. ESTIMATE YOUR TOTAL COSTS The education system in Singapore follows high standards of quality and fosters excellence in its students. Offering various choices for pre-school, primary, secondary and tertiary education, it is worth taking a careful consideration at Singapore’s local schools. Not only do they provide a more affordable rate but they also set the bar for all the universities across the nation. Estimate how much you have to pay for the school fees, living expenses, and other miscellaneous.

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Lifestyle

Sneaky Costs Of University Education In Singapore

Everyone knows that saving money for tertiary education is not an easy task. With fees totaling to about S$8,000 a year, getting into your dream school takes effort and creativity. Not to mention, fees are graver if you are an international student. Be forewarned that aside from the tuition fee, here are the “hidden or sneaky” expenses that can take a toll on your budget: BOOKS When you are studying at the university, you will realize that textbooks can get

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Credit & Loan

4 Things to Consider Before Applying For An Educational Loan

Tertiary Education and Graduate Studies can be too costly especially to people who live by one cost at a time without any savings plan what so ever. On the other hand, just because a bank tells you that you are qualified and approved for an education loan does not mean taking it is a good idea. Here are 4 Things to Consider Before Applying For An Educational Loan: 1. EDUCATE YOURSELF Before applying for any education loan, it is tantamount

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