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Once the system is operational, Singaporeans will be unable to study in Europe with an ETIAS visa waiver. This is due to the fact that ETIAS is only approved for tourist, transportation, and commercial purposes. Instead, the applicant should acquire a valid national or student visa for their intended location.
Singaporeans travelling to the European Union with an ETIAS will be unable to work in their destination countries. To work in a Schengen country, Singaporeans must first get a work visa from the country in which they desire to work.
No, the ETIAS is a visa waiver rather than a complete visa for Singaporeans. It is intended to improve EU security and ease the procedure of accessing all European Schengen nations for tourists and business travellers from visa-free countries.