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NUS Singapore 2009 MBBS fee for 5 years with & without scholarship after +2 in India
Asked by: usha
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Posted on Sat, 15 Nov 2008 15:36:43 GMT
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My daughter is finishing her +2 in Matriculation board in Chennai, India. I saw NUS Singapore in the net. If she does MBBS there what will be the fee structure with scholarship and without scholarship? What are the formalities to apply for admission after April? Is there any exam for scholarships taken every year? Is there any course along with PhD with specialization in Cardiac Surgery there? Is there any possibility of studying Cardiac in Singapore or other foreign countries like UK/USA/India? Please clarify my doubts.

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Total tuition fee for studying MBBS at NUS Singapore as an international student is SG $115,550. You can find detail information on tuition fee with and without grants in this PDF file: https://share.nus.edu.sg/registrar/info/ug/UGTuitionCurrent.pdf.

To learn what type of tuition grants are available at NUS Singapore, visit: http://www.nus.edu.sg/registrar/edu/UG/fees.html.

To learn on MBBS/PhD programs at NUS Singapore, visit:
http://www.med.nus.edu.sg/mbbsphd/

All information on admission process and requirements are available here:
http://www.med.nus.edu.sg/corporate/app-mbbsadmissionfaq.html

You had quite a lot of queries in single question so instead answering your questions; I have given you website links where you can find all information you were looking for.

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