Demand in Singapore for overseas studies starting to pick up as border controls ease

Ms Anabel Pang returned to Australia in early February to start her second year at the University of Melbourne. PHOTO: COURTESY OF ANABEL PANG
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SINGAPORE - More Singaporean students have been packing their bags to study overseas since the second half of last year, with the pandemic showing signs of abating and some countries easing rules for travellers.

Consultancies that handle overseas university applications have received more inquiries from Singaporeans since last year, and expect to process more applications from this year, although numbers are still below pre-Covid-19 levels.

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