Is Singapore Institute of Technology cheaper than Singapore Management University?

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    Abhiram Cherukuri

    3 months ago


    In general, Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) is likely to be cheaper than Singapore Management University (SMU) for Indian students.


    • Tuition fees: Information on specific tuition fees for Indian students is not readily available on the SIT website. However,  based on general fee structures,  they typically range from SGD 18,000 to SGD 30,000 per year.
    • Financial aid: SIT offers various scholarships and financial aid options for international students,  including Indian students. These can significantly reduce tuition fees.


    • Tuition fees: For undergraduate programs,  
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