How to streamline the process of international education for overseas students
Over the past two years, Singapore’s government has taken a hard line against visa abuse and visa-overstaying, while also promoting the use of international school as a way to attract more students from abroad.
Now, it has taken another step in that direction.
As part of its effort to boost overseas education, the Singapore government has launched a new online platform called the Singapore International Education Partnership (SIEP).
The website is designed to simplify the process for international students applying for visas to Singapore.
According to the SIEP website, the goal is to “create a single online platform that simplifies the process and facilitates the visa application process, whilst also providing Singapore’s overseas students with a seamless and efficient visa process”.
The website was launched on Wednesday, and is available in English, Chinese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Turkish, Vietnamese, and Arabic.
The website lists the four main steps to applying for a visa:Applicants can enter Singapore via the visa office in their home country.
There, they are checked and given a visa number, and can travel to the Singaporean consulate to apply for their visa.
Applicants will also be directed to a Singapore visa office, where they will apply for a Singaporean visa, and will be directed by an official to the application centre in Singapore, where an officer will issue their visa to the applicant.
The application process will take about 15 minutes.
After the visa has been issued, applicants will be able to visit the Singapore consulate to obtain their visa number.
The application centre is located in Singapore’s capital, Singapore.
The visa centre is staffed by three officers.
One officer will be a representative from the Department of Immigration and Naturalisation.
Another officer will act as a facilitator and assist applicants with any additional paperwork they may need to complete.
Applicant’s passports will be checked and the visa issued.
The applicants who are successful in applying for their visas will then be allowed to enter Singapore.
For those who fail, their visas are cancelled and their application will be considered again.
Singapore is currently one of the most popular destinations for international travel.
There are approximately 8.6 million foreign students in the country, and about 6.4 million of them are studying in Singapore.