University Application and Admissions
If choice of university or the application process is a daunting task, then look no further. Our friendly counsellors will help you navigate and guide you.
Note for current students & alumni who are considering furthering their education in Singapore, UK and the US:
- Please refer to relevant materials via Sharepoint: https://anglochineseschooli.sharepoint.com/sites/COG/SitePages/Home.aspx
- You will need to login with your school Office 365 email address to access Sharepoint. To reset your password, please refer to the steps on /for-students/student-email-office-365/ or get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org if you need further assistance.
You may also access the links below for general information:
|IBO||www.ibo.org||University Recognition Directory is a directory of information from universities that have notified them of their policies for recognising the IB Diploma.
|IDP was established by Australian universities in 1969 and has nearly 40 years’ experience in international education. It is an independent centre funded by universities in Australia to offer advice to students interested in applying to Australia. Their Singapore office is located at 2 Handy Rd, #02-08 The Cathay, Singapore 229233.
The Australian Government’s assists prospective students who are gathering information on educational opportunities and options. It provides an overview of the Australian higher education sector, information on costs and entry requirements, and information for students making the transition to higher education.
|CEC (Canadian Education Centre) Singapore has advisors that can help with your enquiries and applications to study in Canada. They are located at 35 Selegie Rd #09-04 Parklane Shopping Mall.
|France||http://www.campusfrance.org/en||The CampusFrance website offers information on studying in France. Their office in Singapore is located at the Alliance Française Building (2nd floor), 1 Sarkies Road.
|Germany||http://ic.daad.de/singapore/study.html#opportunities||The DAAD Information Center Singapore provides free and comprehensive advice on all matters related to study and research in Germany. They have compiled a lot of useful information online, however, should you require any further assistance, you can also fix an appointment for personal one-to-one consultation during our office hours or drop by to pick up free information material. The center is located at the c/o Goethe-Institut, 136 Neil Road.
|https://www.studyinjapan.sg/||The websites offer a comprehensive range of information regarding higher education in Japan.|
|Education New Zealand offers information on studying in New Zealand.|
|More information regarding admission criteria, application procedures, deadlines and course information can be found on the university websites.|
|The website offers a comprehensive range of information regarding higher education in Switzerland.|
|Services provided by UCAS include a central online application portals, a number of search tools, and free information and advice directed at various audiences, including students considering higher education, students with pending applications to higher education institutes, parents and legal guardians of applicants. All applications must be made via the UCAS system.
The British Council offers a range of exams including the TSA and BMAT, and provide the latest information about studying in the UK and on UK qualifications in Singapore. They are located at 30 Napier Road.
Education UK is the British Council’s official website for international students who are interested in a UK education.
|EducationUSA is the official source in Singapore for information about studying in America and is authorised by the U.S. Embassy in Singapore to provide unbiased, accurate and comprehensive information about all accredited institutions of higher education in the United States. Their advisers offer guidance and information to help you, and can assist you with the application process to a U.S. college or university and help you prepare to study in America.
The Collegeboard website is useful for researching US colleges and universities.
There are more than 600 colleges and universities that are members of CommonApp and you can apply to several of these institutions by filling in personal details just once.