Singapore has the highest rate of literacy in the world. The education in Singapore is managed by the Ministry of Education. The ministry directs the education policy, controls the administration and development of state schools and maintains a supervisory and advisory role in private schools.

English has been incorporated as the first language in Singapore along with other mother tongues being taught as second languages. The bilingual policy and the merit-based educational system have proved to be distinctly successful in creating students who have excelled in international competitions in debating, mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology.

Singapore has 4 main Universities, 2 of which are public universities and the other 2 private universities. Other than these universities, there are 5 Polytechnics and several tertiary institutions which also give graduate and post graduate degrees. Besides these institutions, there are several international educational institutions which have set up their centers in Singapore.

The top most universities in Singapore are:-

National University Of Singapore
National University Of Singapore
SP Jain Center of Management
Singapore Management University
Management Development Institute Of Singapore
National Junior College
Anderson Junior College
INSEAD, Singapore
St Andrews Junior College
Sim University
Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Singapore Polytechnic
Temasek Polytechnic