This study explores the perception of students on the internationalisation strategies of Singapore autonomous universities. These strategies refer to government and university programmes on sending students to universities abroad for exchange, hiring foreign professors and academic staffs, accepting student exchanges from universities in other parts of the world, collaboration and partnership with foreign universities, among others. In this study, we seek to identify how students view the relationship between internationalisation efforts of their respective universities and their future job prospects. To do so, we administer a survey among the students of Singapore’s autonomous universities, which serves as a proxy for assessing the impact of implementing the internationalisation strategy in Singapore. Overall, we expect this study to contribute to the literature on internationalisation and its effects on students beyond their academic performance.