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Canada or Singapore?

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i'm currently undecided on where i want to go on college between Canada and Singapore
Canada:
-i would go to to either mcgill or ottawa
-i already have relatives there so it's easier to settle down there
-it's more interesting as a country and i assume it's degrees are well acknowledged internationally possibly more than Singapore's
however living expenses and tuition fees are very expensive
Singapore:
- i would go to NUS
-i can apply for tuition grant there
-it's citizenship is easier to get 2 years compared to Canada's 4-5
i'm currently leaning towards Singapore but i'm not sure about NUS i know nothing about it as a college and i'm not sure how easy it is to get a job in Singapore afterwords
let me know if there are other things i missed or i should know
P.S i'm law student international law to be specific let me know if this poses an advantage or disadvantage in either of the countries
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>>17454691
I know plenty of Canucks into law that found cushy jobs teaching at colleges, if that helps.

I'll honestly try to help more if you can take some time and feed me data:

Where are you leaving from?
What language(s) do you speak?
Which of the two cultures would you say you're most acclimated/used to?
How long is the program?
What is your financial situation?

Singapore is very multicultural, but so is Canada meaning both will give you a chance to experience alternate cultures.

I've heard that having a car is much cheaper in Canada (supposedly you need government authorization to park your car in your own garage) and they sometimes get pollution pass-over from neighboring industrial nations.

I've heard that education in Canada can be extremely expensive for foreign students.
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>>17455093
>supposedly you need government authorization to park your car in your own garage
I live in Montreal (where McGill is located) and have never heard of this. You do need a vignette to park on the street, tho.
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Where are you from?

Speaking as a Canadian, Canada's a pretty relaxed social climate. Singapore is anything but.
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>>17455093
I have no idea what the fuck you're talking about with parking your car, and our only neighbouring nation is the US.
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