The general eligibility criteria are as follows:
For UG/bachelors programmes – 10th and 12th mark sheets, an IELTS band of 6.5–7 and a TOEFL score of 90–100. Students applying for bachelors programmes at private universities must have a minimum score of 65% or above in their 12th grade.
On the other hand, students applying for bachelors programmes at public universities must have 90% or above in both 10th and 12th grade. Universities like the NUS need SAT scores only from state-board students whereas SAT is optional when you apply at NTU. Documents like LOR and SOP are must for every student applying for bachelors degree in Singapore.
For PG/masters programmes – 10th, 12th and bachelors mark sheets (if masters mark sheets are available) an SOP, 2LORs and a CV. IELTs and TOEFL scores might be needed (*IELTS is not required if you are applying at private universities). For a few courses in Singapore, GRE/GMAT/SAT might be required. Moreover, students applying for masters in Singapore must hold a recognised bachelors degree with minimum 55% or above.
For MBA programmes – Universities like the NUS/NTU/SMU/ SP Jain and INSEAD ask for 2–3 years of work experience from candidates seeking admission into their MBA programmes. Private universities like the MDIS/PSB/JCU do accept candidates without any work experience into their MBA programmes. IELTS/TOEFL scores could be exempted depending on the candidature.