First Media Design School (FMDS)
|Living cost||USD 1,279 per month|
|Student population||Medium (1,001 to 10,000)|
First Media Design School (FMDS) is fully equipped with state-of-the-art facilities for its students to make use of such as high-end computers and inspiring artwork beautifying its classrooms. Several of its classrooms are even painstakingly designed in such a way to ensure that their students are allowed to study in a conducive learning environment and promote close and personal learning environment.
FMDS fashion design students are also able to utilise fashions labs that located on the 2 main floors of the institution at No. 3 Teck Lim Road. Other than that, students can also make use of their access to a students’ resource area situated on the ground level for productive activities such as self-study and researching projects.
FMDS campus is highly accessible as it is located within a walking distance from Outram Park and Chinatown MRT and is located in the cosy heritage areas of Chinatown.
hAt First Media Design School (FMDS), several accommodation options are offered including private hotels, local homestays, and even encouraging students to consider renting their own private apartments or houses.
EDU Stay/ Home Stay
The EDU Stay programme offers opportunities to international students with accommodation that include having guardians who are in charge for arranging students with pastoral care, family-oriented support, and a generous amount of love and attention that every student needs and deserve.
Private Apartment / House
Students can also rent a room, apartment, or house, directly from the owners of public or private housing. You can expect to pay at least a month’s advance rent and a security deposit of one month’s rent.
At First Media Design School (FMDS), students are given the freedom to be more independent by renting a room, apartment, or house either public or private housing owners. How this works is by paying at least a month’s advance rent a security deposit worth for a one month rent to secure a place to live outside.