More foreign students returning to Singapore as Covid-19 measures ease

EHL Campus (Singapore) student Perrine Moreau (left) from France and SIM student Qiu Wenyi from China. PHOTOS: COURTESY OF PERRINE MOREAU, COURTESY OF QIU WENYI
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SINGAPORE - Foreign students are returning to Singapore as entry requirements ease and borders reopen to vaccinated travellers.

The number of international students in the Republic rose to about 63,600 as at end-January, said a spokesman for the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA).

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