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The MOE Bursary is funded by the Singapore Government and provides financial assistance to needy Singapore Citizens pursuing their first MOE-subsidised undergraduate programmes at Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS). Monetary in nature, they are awarded based on financial needs.
Value of MOE Bursary
Terms & ConditionsYou are advised to read through the Terms & Conditions for the MOE Bursary before applying.
How to ApplyTo apply, you need to submit your e-application together with the supporting documents by one of the stipulated closing dates. Applications without supporting documents will be deemed as incomplete and will not be processed. The application periods, notification and disbursement dates are as follows:
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)View FAQs on MOE Bursary.
The Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) is committed to providing a quality education for all our students and to ensure that no deserving student is denied admission because of financial difficulty by offering a variety of study grants. The study grants are open to students with good academic records (for new students), or have made satisfactory progress towards completion of his/her academic programme (for existing students).
The study grants are not available for students applying to the Law programmes.
Tenure of Study GrantsEach study grant is given only for the semester in which it is awarded, and should only be used to pay the course fee of that semester. There is no bond attached to the study grant.
Value of Study GrantsEach study grant is worth S$500, unless stated otherwise.
Terms & ConditionsYou are advised to read through the Terms and Conditions for the Study Grant before applying.
How to Apply?Study grant application period:January Semester: 1 August to 30 SeptemberJuly Semester: 1 February to 31 March To apply, you need to submit your e-application together with the supporting documents by one of the stipulated closing dates. Applications without supporting documents will be deemed as incomplete and will not be processed. You may view the e-guide before you apply for the study grant. For new students, you must submit your admission e-application first before submitting your application for study grant. Only successful candidates shall be notified via email by end November for the January Semester, and by end May for the July Semester. The decision of the Student Awards Committee of SUSS is final and binding, and no reasons will be given for the non-selection of unsuccessful candidates. No appeals will be entertained.
The Tuition Fee Loan (TFL) is a Government education loan to help students who require assistance to pay their tuition fees. Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) has appointed DBS Bank Ltd as the agent to administer the TFL Scheme.
EligibilityThe TFL is available to subsidised Singapore Citizens pursuing MOE-subsidised undergraduate programmes at the University. The following categories of students are not eligible for TFL:
Loan QuantumThe TFL covers up to 90% of the subsidised tuition fee payable. It does not cover any other miscellaneous fees. You may choose any of these loan quanta: 30% / 50% / 80% / 90% of the total subsidised tuition fees.
GuarantorYou would need a guarantor to apply for TFL. Although there is no income qualification, your guarantor must be:
RepaymentThe repayment terms are as follows:
Interest RateInterest on TFL will start accruing on the first (1st) day of the third (3rd) month following the borrower's graduation. The interest on TFL is computed based on the average prime rates of the three local banks, namely DBS, OCBC and UOB, prevailing on the first day of each quarter or such other rates as may be determined from time to time by the bank.
How to Apply
Supporting Documents for TFL Application
Deadlines for TFL Application
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)View FAQs on MOE Tuition Fee Loan.
The Study Loan (SL) is a means-tested Government loan scheme, and complements the Tuition Fee Loan (TFL). The SL provides loans to cover up to the remaining 10% of tuition fees not covered by the TFL. It does not cover any other miscellaneous fees. Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) has appointed DBS Bank Ltd as the agent to administer the SL Scheme.
EligibilityThe SL is available to subsidised Singapore Citizens pursuing MOE-subsidised undergraduate degree programmes at the University, who have applied for the TFL or a loan with any registered government organisation. The students must also meet the income criteria of gross monthly household per capita income of S$2,700 or below.
Loan QuantumThe loan quantum available is based on student's Gross Monthly Household Per Capita Income (PCI):
GuarantorYou would need a guarantor to apply for SL. Although there is no income qualification, your guarantor must be:
Interest RateFor students under Tier 1 Study Loan scheme, interest is waived during the repayment period of 5 years. Interest will start accruing if repayment is made beyond the 5-year period. For students under Tier 2 Study Loan scheme, interest will start accruing on the first (1st) day of the third (3rd) month following the borrower's graduation. The interest on SL is accrued on a monthly basis and is computed based on the average prime rates of the three local banks, namely DBS, OCBC and UOB, prevailing on the first day of each quarter or such other rates as may be determined from time to time by the bank.
Deadline for SL Application
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)View FAQs on MOE Study Loan.
The following organisations offer study loan. You may contact them directly to apply for such facilities:
When you charge above S$500 to your Citibank or OCBC Visa/MasterCard, you can enjoy interest-free instalments of 6 or 12 months. Terms and conditions apply. For more information, please call:
The following programmes offered by the School of Human Development & Social Services are supported under the VWOs-Charities Capability Fund (VCF) Local Training Grant:
The Post Secondary Education Account (PSEA) scheme helps parents save for their children's post-secondary education by maintaining a Post-Secondary Education Account (PSEA) for each eligible child. This is part of the Government's efforts to encourage every Singaporean to complete his post-secondary education. It also underscores the Government's commitment to support families in investing in the future education of their children, and to prepare them for the economy of the future. PSEA is not a bank account. It is administered by the Ministry of Education and is open automatically for all eligible Singaporeans. Students may apply to use their own or their siblings' PSEA to pay fees to be incurred at Singapore University of Social Sciences, among other approved institutions. Edusave Account balances of students, if any, will be transferred to their PSEA. You can visit the MOE PSEA Scheme website to find out more details on the PSEA Scheme. To find out your PSEA balance, you can call the PSEA/Edusave enquiry line at +65 6260 0777. Download PSEA form
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)View FAQs on PSEA.