The Singapore Scholarship was
launched by then Prime Minister of Singapore, Mr Goh Chok Tong, at the
6th ASEAN Summit in Hanoi in 1998. Each year, it is offered to a small
group of students from ASEAN countries for them to pursue full time
undergraduate degree in a wide range of courses (except architecture,
dentistry, law and medicine) at one of the following universities namely
Nanyang Technological University, the National University of Singapore
or the Singapore Management University.
Singapore Scholarship recipients are expected to return to their home
country upon graduation to contribute to national development.
Apr 04, 2014
The award is based on academic merit and open competition.
Citizen of an ASEAN country
Possesses an excellent academic record
Has a good command of English
Must meet the relevant requirements set by NTU, NUS and SMU
All disciplines except architect, law, medicine and dentistry
Covers full tuition fees
includes living allowance of SGD4,300 per academic year, an
accommodation allowance, and one round-trip economy class air ticket
passage to Singapore