Singapore's Most Affordable International Schools

Here’s our roundup of budget international schools in Singapore with annual tuition fees of under $20,000 - half the price of the city's most expensive schools. We have divided up the schools into the main areas of Singapore, so if distance is a consideration, you can also ensure your chosen school is close to home.
Singapore's Most Affordable International Schools
By Carli Allan
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One World International School (Nanyang)



Curriculum: IB, IGCSE

Grades 1-6: $17,271 (plus GST), payable over three instalments
Grades 7-12: $19,857 plus GST), payable over three instalments. These fees are inclusive of school uniforms (two sets), academic field trips, textbooks as applicable and technology / IT equipment.
Location: Jurong 
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Highlights: Large classrooms, plenty of outdoor space including athletics track, IB Diploma Programme, dedicated early years section

The school quickly dismisses the idea that it is a 'no-frills' or 'affordable school', instead describing itself as a "thoughtfully priced international school with a modern campus". located in the western district of Jurong, students in EC1 to Grade 11 receive an IB and British-based education on a modern campus with large classrooms.

Yuvabharathi International School



Curriculum: CBSE

Class 1-5: $8,700 (plus GST), payable over six instalments
Class 6-8: $9,600 (plus GST), payable over six instalments
Class 9-10: $10,800 (plus GST), payable over six instalments
Class 11-12: $12,600 (plus GST), payable over six instalments
Location: Jurong 
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Highlights: Choice of studying Hindi, Tamil and French, butterfly garden on campus, collaboration with ‘buddy’ local schools Jurong Secondary and Yishun Town Secondary, Indian curriculum

Yuvabharathi International School is a popular Indian school that offers the CBSE curriculum from kindergarten through to Class 12. An education here is inquiry-based, involves field trips and environmental activities, and includes the option to study Hindi, Tamil and French. It’s a school with basic facilities, a small choice of co-curricular activities held during school hours only, and a high teacher to student ratio of 1:30.

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