Students who took the A-Levels in 2020 will be getting their results soon, tentatively between 19 and 23 February 2021.
What are the options after the A-Levels? Your teen can:
- Consider a gap year
- Apply to one of Singapore’s six autonomous universities
- Apply to a private education institution in Singapore
- Apply to a polytechnic in Singapore
- Apply to an arts institution in Singapore
- Consider an overseas education
>> Learn more about the different pathways for A-Level holders.
By now, your teens are on the cusp of adulthood, and barring financial constraints, they should be responsible for determining their next move. Let them own the process of decision making, and provide your views only when consulted.
If needed, here’s what you and your teens can discuss:
>> Should your teen study IT? Read our guide!
University Fairs 2021, Resource Centres
Most teens would have adequate information gathering skills, and they should be proactively doing their research online.
For easy reference, here are links to local and overseas university fairs in Q1 2021:
If your teens are interested in an overseas education, you can also contact these resource centres to seek advice:
|British Council Study UK
|Canadian Education Centre Singapore
|Study in Beijing
|Study in Europe
|Study in Japan