Who is eligible?
- Part Time Programme: Only Singaporean students pursuing their first undergraduate degree part-time undergraduate degree course and receiving MOE Subsidy are eligible.
- Students receiving the bursary must not concurrently hold other bursaries or scholarships.
- Students taking only repeat modules in the semester are not eligible for the bursary for that semester.
NIE trainee teachers who are either drawing salary/stipend from MOE or paying non-subsidised tuition fees are not eligible to apply.
- Gross Monthly Household Per Capita Income (PCI) of less than or equal to $2,250 per month or Gross Monthly Household Income (GHI) of less than or equal to $9,000.
- A bursary may be awarded to you depending on your financial situation and criteria set down by MOE.
Gross income of family members in household
Total number of family members in household
Gross income refers to amount before deduction of CPF. It includes allowances, overtime, commissions etc.
Gross Monthly Household Per Capita Income (PCI)
Gross Monthly Household Income (GHI)
Less than or equal to $1725
Less than or equal to $6900
MOE Bursary $1350
$1726 to $2250
$6901 to $9000
MOE Bursary $700
- Bursary is tenable for one academic year. A fresh application is required each academic year
- The funds will be released to you on a semester basis with half of the award value released in semester 1 and the remaining half released in semester 2 on condition that your student status is "Active" in the respective semesters (i.e. taking courses in NTU, on selected overseas programmes, not on Leave of Absence, have not graduated or have not withdrawn from NTU)
How to apply
Submit Application Form and Document Checklist and relevant supporting documents.
The award may be offered depending on your financial situation and criteria set down by the University/MOE.
Outcome of your application will be informed to you via your NTU Student Email Account
Application period for AY2020/2021
|1 June 2020 to 15 August 2020||By mid-September 2020|