Tuition Fees |
The Ministry of Education, Singapore (MOE) provides tuition grant (TG) which covers a substantial portion of the full tuition fees to eligible students.
Students who receive the tuition grant are required to pay only the subsidized tuition fee.
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Who is Eligible?
Full-time undergraduate students who gain admission to NTU on a subsidised fee basis are eligible for Tuition Grant and GST subsidy from MOE up to the normal duration taken to complete a degree programme. This is usually three or four years, depending on the programme.
For students who transfer or are re-admitted within NTU or across local universities, they will be eligible for Tuition Grant up to the normal programme duration less the number of semesters of Tuition Grant received for the previous programme(s).
For example, if a student had spent 2 semesters in a local university, and transfers to NTU to pursue a 4-year (i.e. 8-semester) undergraduate programme, the student will be eligible for the MOE Tuition Grant for only 6 (i.e. 8 minus 2) semesters at NTU.
Tuition Grant Amount
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How to Apply?
Singaporean students do not need to submit an application for MOE Tuition Grant and will automatically receive a Tuition Grant, if they have not already availed the maximum Tuition Grant in another bachelor degree or higher degree in a local university. They are required to fill in a Tuition Grant Declaration Form after they have accepted their admission programme offer and obtained their matriculation number.
Permanent Residents and international students
SPR and International students who are interested in obtaining the MOE Tuition Grant to subsidise their tuition fees are required to indicate that they are opting for TG in their online admission application form.
If they are offered a Tuition Grant together with their university place, they will need to indicate their decision if they are accepting the offer with or without Tuition Grant. For those who have accepted the admission offer with Tuition Grant, they will need to register for a Tuition Grant after they have obtained their matriculation number.
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How to Register?
For Singaporean students who have accepted both their admission programme offer and MOE TG offer, there is no need to register for TG at the Ministry of Education’s webstie.
Singapore Permanent Residents and International Students
There are 2 steps to go through:
- For SPR and International students who have accepted both their admission programme offer and MOE TG offer, you are required to register online for TG at the Ministry of Education’s website. Two guarantors of any nationality are required. The guarantors must be aged 21 and above but below 65 and must not be an un-discharged bankrupt.
|Online Registration Period for AY2018-19 freshmen:|
Tentatively in September 2018
- Sign the TG agreement on the dates below.
|Signing Period for AY2018-19 freshmen:||Tentatively in October 2018|
|Venue:||To be confirmed|
- For students whose sureties are in Singapore:
- Your sureties are to accompany you on the signing day to sign the TG agreement in the presence of authorisedofficer. After registering for the TG, you are not required to print or bring along the agreement.
- For students whose sureties are in home country:
- After registering for the TG, the TG Agreement will be made available to youfor downloading and printing.
You may start to download your Agreement from: To be confirmed
- Print the TG Agreement from MOE website and send it to your sureties in home country. You may choose to send the pdf file via email to your sureties to print. The agreement must be printed on A4 size single-sized white paper.
- Sureties are to sign in the presence of a notary public.
- The duly signed agreement must be returned to you before the signing period as indicated above.
- Bring along the Agreement and sign the TG agreement in the presence ofauthorised officer during the signing period.
- For students who do not apply for a Tuition Grant or do not complete the registration and signing process, they will be required to pay the non-subsidised fees.
- For Polytechnic students who have not been discharged or released from the Tuition Grant bonds, your sureties must be present on the scheduled date for the Tuition Grant Agreement signing as the Ministry of Education does not allow the sending of Supplementary Tuition Grant Agreement to sureties in home countries.
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