I am not familiar with visa laws in Singapore, but in the UK, you will be able to work full-time if you wish to do so. As the spouse of an international student, you are eligible to work full-time or part-time in the UK. Cambridge, in particular, has a reputation for having lots of jobs for international spouses, and a thriving high-tech environment (Silicon Fen). Contact the international admissions office at your husband's potential university and ask for more information.
Depended VISA.. ummm I think you can depend on some one who is earning in the country not on student.
My brother went to Australia to do his Masters. So I can help you in this of whatever info I have. The spouse can accompany the applicant anytime.My brother could anyways work part-time there and since he went for a Master's course, my bhabhi could work full-time. They are earning quite a lot there. Why dont you try australia because you can get the PR status also. I can refer you a consultant who can help you. They Max Overseas Solutions Pvt Ltd. They are in Chandigarh. My brother filed the case when he was in bangalore. He didnt even had to visit their office once, you know. You can get info on www.maxoverseassolutions.com
Let me know if you are interested, I can give you reference in that company.
My suggestion will always be follow your husband like Sita even into a forest and work hard and sincerely.These qualities are missing all over the world and you will be recognised.I wish you all the best.
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