Master's Fair in Singapore
What to expect
Master's Fair & Open Networking in Singapore
Free master's info sessions | Apply for $45K in QS ImpACT scholarships | Expert seminars & more
🏫 Meet top universities from around the world
📝 Get insights on university applications, timelines, test prep & more from expert counsellors!
💰 Apply to QS ImpACT scholarships worth $45K in total
🎓 Attend panel discussions & presentations by higher education experts
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Meet admissions teams, alumni and current students from worldwide universities to talk about your study and career plans.
Our team will help advise you on admissions tests, applications, post-graduation plans and more.
Find out about the latest scholarships on offer plus get advice on funding your degree and studying part-time.
Post-study work permits in different countries
United States: STEM program graduates in the USA have the advantage of a three-year post study work permit, while non-STEM program graduates can enjoy a one-year duration of post study work permit.
United Kingdom: A Graduate visa gives you permission to stay in the UK for at least 2 years after successfully completing a course in the UK.
Europe (general): European countries have varying policies regarding post-study work permits. Graduates can qualify for anywhere between 6 months to several years of post-study work visa based on the country and program they study.
Canada: The Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) in Canada allows international students to work for up to 3 years after completing their studies at a designated learning institution in Canada.
Australia: The Temporary Graduate visas (subclass 485) are for international students who have recently graduated with a degree from an Australian institution. It lets graduates live, work and study in Australia, usually between 1 and 5 years, depending on the qualification.
China: International graduates with a master’s degree or above from a university in China are immediately eligible to apply for work visas within one year of graduation.
*Please note that specific requirements, eligibility criteria, and regulations may vary within each country, so it's always advisable to consult official government sources or immigration authorities for the most accurate and up-to-date information.
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Yes, the event is free to attend. Be sure to complete your registration as spots are limited and keep an eye on your emails for further details!
The chance to get information on various postgraduate programs first-hand from top universities. Together with presentations and panel discussions, you can get set to start your master's journey. For more details, check: Why attend a QS event?
Be sure to prepare some questions before the fair to make the most out of your attendance.
Here is your guide to preparing for QS in-person events: Prepare for a QS event
All our event attendees are eligible to apply for the QS ImpACT Scholarships. After the event is over, you will receive an email mentioning the steps you need to take to apply for our scholarships. For more details, check: QS ImpACT Scholarships
We have limited spots, so it's recommended that you register early to reserve your place. You can register free of charge using the link above!
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Master's Fair in Singapore