Our recommended Top 4 priorities to tackle when moving to Singapore
Singapore immigration policies are designed to attract professionals and entrepreneurs from around the world. The Immigration & Checkpoints Authority website is the best tool to find out all about the various immigration visa schemes and their eligibility criteria.
“Location, location, location“: whether you want to live in a high rise condo in a central location like the Orchard or in a family house in the leafy neighbourhood of Central Bukit Timah, the choice is yours! So visit www.iproperty.com.sg or www.propertyguru.com.sg and check what is available and at what cost.
The quality of the Singaporean education system is well recognised worldwide. International students wishing to enrol in one of the mainstream schools will have to take part in the Admissions Exercise for International Students. Private education is widely available in Singapore: to look at the schools reviews and compare the fees, visit the schools directory on www.actualyse.com.
Renowned as one of the most efficient in the world, Singapore healthcare system is operated through the famous 3 Ms: Medisave, the compulsory contribution via income tax, Medishield, the optional national health insurance scheme and Medifund, also known as the “medical safety net for patients”. Additional private healthcare providers such as Allianz, Aviva or Prudential are available as well.