James Cook University (Singapore)
|Living cost||S$ 733 per month|
|Student population||Small (1,000 or less)|
The environment at AIC is designed to be closely intertwined with the learner’s mind, and provides a highly conducive ambiance for learning and interaction activities. Students may also enjoy using the provided modern and well-equipped facilities, including computers in the library and laptops up for loan, which overall can holistically support to their learning needs.
Asian International College can be found at Lifelong Learning Institute, the Continuing Education, and Training (CET) Campus East that were set up by the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA) as a one stop destination for eager students to acquire skills training and career opportunities. Furthermore, this campus is located at a strategic stop that makes it highly accessible to MRT, public buses, major expressways (PIE and ECP) and roads (SIM Avenue, Paya Lebar Road and Changi Road)
AIC is highly dedicated at helping and advising students as part of their accommodation services to ensure that they understand the current available accommodation options. Upon arrival, most students prefer to stay in a student hostel while they consider their long-term options in housing. AIC respects students’ choice in housing although a student hostel in general may be more accommodating and at a reasonable choice.