Scholarships

The SUSS-Wong Lan Eng Endowment Fund provides non-bonded Scholarships to eligible students enrolled in the Master of Non-Profit Management programme. The Scholars are expected to contribute significantly to the SUSS community and the society.

Who is Eligible?

The SUSS-Wong Lan Eng Scholarship is open to new and continuing students (Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents) taking the Master of Non-Profit Management programme. The Scholarship is awarded to high calibre individuals who demonstrate academic excellence, present excellent co-curricular activities records and exhibit outstanding leadership qualities.

New students must separately seek admission to the programme and must be accepted for admission before being considered for the Scholarship.

Tenure of Scholarship

The Scholarship is awarded for the minimum period required to complete the full programme of study, as stipulated by the programme.

Value of Scholarship

The award covers 100% course fee which includes course materials, examination fee, and other compulsory fees. There is no bond attached to the Scholarship. 

Terms & Conditions

You are advised to read through the Terms and Conditions for the Scholarship before applying.

How to Apply?

Scholarship application period: 
January Semester - 1 August to 30 September
July Semester - 1 February to 31 March

To apply for the Scholarship, you need to submit your application online​ by the stipulated closing date.

Previously unsuccessful candidates need not re-apply. 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 SUSS-Social Resilience Enhancement Fund aims to provide suitable candidates with the opportunity to enroll in the programmes listed below and also develop skills for life.

  • Master of Counselling
  • Master of Social Work
  • Master of Gerontology
  • Master of Community Leadership and Social Development

Who is Eligible?

You should be a Singapore citizen or permanent resident with impressive academic and co-curricular activities records, strong language skills, and demonstrable leadership qualities. New students must separately seek admission to the programme and must be accepted for admission before being considered for the scholarship.

Tenure of Scholarship

Each scholarship is awarded for the minimum period required to complete the full programme of study, as stipulated by the programme.

Value of Scholarship

The award covers 100% course fee which includes course materials, examination fee, and other compulsory fees. There is no bond attached to the Scholarship.

Terms & Conditions

You are advised to read through the Terms and Conditions for the Scholarship before applying.

How to Apply?

Scholarship application period: 
January Semester - 1 August to 30 September
July Semester - 1 February to 31 March

To apply for the Scholarship, you need to submit your application online​ by the stipulated closing date. You may wish to view the e-guide before you apply for the scholarship.

For new students, you must submit your admission e-application first before submitting your application for scholarship.

Previously unsuccessful candidates need not re-apply. Only successful candidates shall be notified via email by end May.

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 Lee Kuan Yew (LKY) Scholarship is synonymous with both prestige and a willingness to serve Singapore. Set up in 1991 by the Tanjong Pagar Citizens' Consultative Committee with funding from the public to commemorate the contributions made by Mr Lee Kuan Yew to Singapore, it marks Singapore's continuous effort to recognise outstanding individuals with the aptitude and inclination to contribute to our society.

Since its inception, many Lee Kuan Yew Scholarship holders have gone on to make significant contributions across varied fields including the Public Service, business, law, medicine, the arts, and academia.

Click here for more information on the LKY Scholarship Fund, which is also a registered charity.
 

Who is Eligible?

Applicants, who must be Singapore citizens, will be assessed holistically. This includes their track record of leadership and service (e.g. volunteer work, social enterprise, contributions to cultural, scientific and/or academic communities etc.) as well as academic and professional achievements.

Terms & Conditions  

Lee Kuan Yew Scholarship recipients can pursue postgraduate studies overseas or locally to develop their potential as leaders in their respective fields. There are no restrictions on the course of study.

While there is no bond associated with the Scholarship, Lee Kuan Yew Scholarship recipients are expected actively to contribute towards the betterment of Singapore and the local community.

Scholarship recipients will receive a one-off sum of S$10,000 and an annual allowance of:

  • S$50,000 for private sector awardees; or
  • S$10,000 for public sector awardees, if they are concurrently sponsored by their agencies.

How to Apply?  

Application for the 2020 LKY Scholarship is now open. Applications should be submitted via the Gateway application portal by 30 December 2019, 2359 hrs.

Shortlisted applicants will be required to sit for psychometric tests in February 2020. Applicants will be notified by March 2020. The interview will be held in April 2020. 

For enquiries, please refer to the FAQs or send your questions to cHNjQHBzZC5nb3Yuc2c=.

The Lee Foundation Scholarship aims to provide suitable candidates with the opportunity to enroll in the Master of Social Work (MSWK) programme with Singapore University of Social Sciences and develop skills for life.

Who is Eligible?

  • Singapore citizen or permanent resident with impressive academic and co-curricular activities records, strong language skills, and demonstrable leadership qualities.
  • Students who have completed the Graduate Diploma in Social Work (GDSWK) programme and have achieved at least a CGPA of 3.5.

Tenure of Scholarship

Each scholarship is awarded for the minimum period required to complete the full programme of study, as stipulated by the programme.

Value of Scholarship

Each scholarship award is capped at S$10,000 and there is no bond attached to the scholarship.

Terms & Conditions

You are advised to read through the Terms and Conditions for the Scholarship before applying.

How to Apply?

Scholarship application period: 
January Semester: 1 August to 30 September
July Semester: 1 February to 31 March

Submit your application online by the stipulated closing date. You may wish to view the e-guide before you apply for the scholarship.

Previously unsuccessful candidates need not re-apply. Only successful candidates shall be notified via email by end May for July semester and end November for January 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 Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Scholarship provides high calibre students the opportunity to pursue a graduate programme and develop their full potential.

Who is Eligible?

The Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Scholarship is open to applicants who wish to enrol in either the Master of Community Leadership and Social Development (MCLSD) or Master of Non-Profit Management (MNPM) programme.

You must be a new student (Singapore citizen or Permanent Resident) with outstanding academic results, possess strong language skills, an impressive track record in co-curricular activities, demonstrable leadership qualities, and exhibit zest for involvement in community service.

You should seek admission to the programme separately and must have already been accepted for admission before being considered for the scholarship.

Tenure of Scholarship

Each scholarship is awarded for the minimum period required to complete the full programme of study, as stipulated by the programme.

Value of Scholarship

The award covers 100% course fee which includes course materials, examination fee, and other compulsory fees. There is no bond attached to the scholarship.  

Terms & Conditions

You are advised to read through the Terms and Conditions for the Scholarship before applying.

How to Apply?

Scholarship application period: To be advised

To apply for the Scholarship, you need to submit your application online​ by the stipulated closing date.

Previously unsuccessful candidates need not re-apply. Only successful candidates shall be notified via email by mid-May. 

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 ECDA Scholarships are offered to outstanding and deserving in-service early childhood educators who wish to pursue a Bachelor or Master degree in Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE). ECDA strongly encourage existing ECCE educators who have demonstrated strong leadership qualities and are committed to taking on larger roles in their organisations or the Early Childhood sector to apply.

To apply, please download the application form from ECDA's webpage and submit it to ECDA from 1 Feb to 31 Mar. Late applications will not be accepted. 

Applicants are advised to apply for both the Scholarship and the programme concurrently and please note that applicants are required to secure a place in the Master of Early Childhood Education programme before they can be offered the Scholarship. 

For more information on the scholarship, please click here​ to view the information on ECDA's website or contact: ZWNkYV9wcEBlY2RhLmdvdi5zZw==.

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