Singapore went from being a wart on the tail-end of Malaysia to Orbit City so fast that Rosie the robot’s head hasn’t stopped spinning. With world-class universities and colleges that offer a real alternative to the educational clique of the US, the UK, Canada and Australia, Singapore is slowly but surely climbing the ranks of study abroad destinations.

Studying in Singapore might be marginally more in reach of our Indian brethren, but it can still get pretty expensive, and the best way to minimize debt, or supplement money sent from home, or even just save, is by getting a part-time job. On that note, let’s take a look at:

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