Financial Aid Schemes at a glance to finance fees/living costs

1. What are the financial assistance schemes I can take up to finance my tuition fees?

You may consider the following schemes to finance your tuition fees.

  • Tuition Fee Loan (TFL)
    Finance up to 90% of the subsidized tuition fees payable by a Singaporean student.

 

  • NTU Study Loan (SL)
    Finance the remaining 10% of the subsidized tuition fees payable by a Singaporean student.
    For full-time Singaporean undergraduates, SL also offers optional living allowance loan of maximum $3600 per academic year.
    For Singapore Permanent Resident and International students, the allowance loan of maximum $3600 per academic year will offset for fees to cover part of the subsidized tuition fees payable by a Singaporean student.

    For Singaporean and Singapore Permanent Resident students with gross monthly Per Capita Income (PCI) <= S$2700. For International students with gross monthly PCI <=S$1200.

     
  • CPF Education Scheme
    Finance up to 100% of the MOE subsidized tuition fees, subject to funds available in member's account.
    For full-time undergraduates who have their own, spouse's or parents' CPF Savings account.

 

  • Post-Secondary Education Account (PSEA)
    Finance tuition/miscellaneous fees, subject to funds available in PSEA account.
    For students with PSEA funds in their own/siblings' account.

 

  • Mendaki Tertiary Tuition Fees Subsidy (TTFS)
    Finance MOE subsidized tuition fees, subsidy quantum subject to Yayasan Mendaki's approval.
    For Singaporean/Singaporean Permanent Resident Malay students with gross monthly PCI<=S$2000.


For more information, please refer to Financial Aid website.

​2. What are the financial assistance schemes I can take up to defray my living costs?           

You may consider the following schemes. 

  • NTU Study Loan (SL)
    Living allowance loan of maximum $3600 per academic year for full-time undergraduates.
    For Singapore Permanent Resident and International students, the allowance loan of maximum $3600 per academic year will offset for fees to cover part of the subsidized tuition fees payable by a Singaporean student.
    Funds are released by semester basis.
    For Singaporean and Singapore Permanent Resident students with gross monthly Per Capita Income (PCI) <= S$2700. For International students with gross monthly PCI <=S$1200.

 

  • Bursary
    For full-time undergraduates, bursary amount is $1350 and above per academic year.
    The NTU, MOE, Donated and CDC/CCC University Bursary are open to Singaporean students. Singapore PR and international students may be considered for bursaries offered by private individuals and organizations. The number of bursaries available to Singapore PR and International students is limited.
    Gross monthly Per Capita Income (PCI) <=$2,250 or Gross monthly Household Income (GHI) <=$9,000


For part-time Singaporean undergraduates, bursary amount is $700 and above per academic year.

Gross monthly Per Capita Income (PCI) <= $2,250.

​3. What are the supporting documents required?

The supporting documents required comprise income and identification documents of the family members staying in the same household. We do not require the documents of family members who no longer stay in the same household.

Please refer to the websites of the respective financial assistance schemes for the list of supporting documents to be submitted.

 

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