List of Donated Bursaries

Donated by Acme Associates, this Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students who are pursuing an undergraduate degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering and/or Mechanical Engineering at NTU.
Donated in 2009 by Mr Kwek Leng Joo. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree in Photography and Digital Imaging at the School of Art, Design and Media at NTU.
Donated  in 2020 by Agilent Technologies Singapore (Sales) Pte Ltd Co. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree in one of the following courses at NTU:
1) Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering)
2) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical)
3) Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Electronics)
4) Bachelor of Science (Biological Science)
Donated in 2013 by Absolute Kinetics Consultancy Pte Ltd. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents of Malaysian nationality pursuing their first and second year of study in the Civil Engineering degree programme at the School of Civil & Environmental Engineering at NTU.
Donated in 2020 by Mr Alan Lim. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents who are pursuing an undergraduate education at NTU.
Donated in 2016 by Mr Koh Guan Seng and Boon Lay Stationery Pte Ltd. The Bursary is open to  financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU. 
Donated in 2022 by AlphaLab Capital Pte Ltd, the Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens, Singapore Permanent Residents and International Students who are pursuing an undergraduate degree at the College of Engineering or College of Science at NTU.
Donated in 2020 by Mr Andrew. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree in Environmental Engineering at the College of Engineering at NTU.
Donated in 2019 by Mdm Viyaya Rani Nadarajah in memory of her late mother, Mdm Annamah Nadarajah. The need-based Scholarship is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at the School of Humanities, School of Social Sciences, and School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at NTU.

The late Mdm Annamah could not further her education as she had to care for her two younger siblings after her mother's passing. Believing strongly in the benefits of higher education, Mdm Annamah prudently managed family finances with determination, which enabled her children to have stable careers and satisfaction in their educational achievements. With the Annamah Nadarajah Scholarship, Mdm Viyaya and her siblings hope to provide timely support for financially challenged students. 
Donated in 2020 by the Family of the Late Mr Wan Boo Sow, in honour of his late mother, Annie Tan (Mrs Wan Boo Sow) 陳玉貞(雲茂潮夫人). The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Malay female Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree in one of the following programmes/specialisations at NTU:
1) Accountancy 
2) Business - Actuarial Science Specialisation
3) Aerospace Engineering
4) Bioengineering
5) Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering 
6) Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering and Economics 
7) Civil Engineering
8) Computer Engineering 
9) Computer Science
10) Engineering (Specialisation: Civil and Environmental Engineering) 
11) Engineering (Specialisation: Electricial & Electronical Engineering)
12) Engineering (Specialisation: Engineering in Environmental) 
13) Engineering (Specialisation: Mechanical Engineering)
14) Electricial & Electronical Engineering  
15) Environmental Engineering 
16) Information Engineering & Media
17) Maritime Studies 
18) Materials Engineering 
19) Mechanical Engineering 
20) Medicine 
21) Psychology
Donated in 2007 by Applied Materials. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students pursuing an undergraduate degree in Electricial and Electronic Engineering at NTU.

Established in 1991, Applied Materials South East Asia has grown in tandem with Singapore’s economy. Today, the Singapore Operations Center is Applied’s largest manufacturing facility outside the United States, responsible for half of the global semiconductor equipment production.
Donated in 2015 by Assurich Industries Pte Lt. The Bursary is open to all  financially disadvantaged students pursuing an undergraduate degree in  Engineering at the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at NTU.
Donated in 2011 by BD CraneTech Pte Ltd. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree at the School of Electrical and Electronics Engineering  or the Mechanical Engineering degree programme at the School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering at NTU.
Donated in 2002 by Mr Lee Hiok Woon, Dr Lee Hiok Huang and Mr Lee Hiok Kiang in honour of their mother, the wife of philanthropist Lee Wee Nam. The need-based Scholarship is open to all financially disadvantaged undergraduate students of all disciplines and all years of studies in NTU. 
Donated by an anonymous donor. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students in the final year pursuing an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering at NTU, and who have obtained a minimum grade of B+ in the following 3 courses and an interest in pursuing the area of geotechnical engineering as a future career: 
1) Soil Mechanics 
2) Geotechnical Engineering 
3) Foundation Engineering
Donated in 2011 by GET International Pte Ltd. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
Donated in 2011 by BMW Asia Pte Ltd. The Bursary is open to all financially disadvantaged Engineering undergraduates at NTU.
Donated in 2007 by the Estate of Koh Choon Joo. The need-based Scholarship is open to all financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents  pursuing an undergraduate degree of NTU. 

Mr Ong Tiong Tat, the executor of Koh Choon Joo's estate, established this Bursary in conjunction with Mr Koh's 10th death anniversary. The late Mr Koh or C J Koh, as he was fondly known, was a lawyer and philanthropist who passed away on 6 September 1997 at the age of 96.

Endowed in 2013 by CapitaLand Ascendas REIT Management (formerly known as Ascendas Funds Management (S) Ltd), the CapitaLand Ascendas REIT Bursary (Bursary) is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing a full-time undergraduate degree in select academic disciplines at NTU.


CapitaLand Ascendas REIT Management Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of CapitaLand Investment Limited, is the manager of CapitaLand Ascendas REIT, Singapore’s first and largest listed business space and industrial real estate investment trust.  CapitaLand Ascendas REIT Management Limited is responsible for the strategy, management and performance of CapitaLand Ascendas REIT and its portfolio of properties, which are located in Singapore, Australia, Europe and the USA. The Bursary is aligned with CapitaLand Ascendas REIT’s corporate vision of environmental sustainability, growing responsibly as a business and making a difference to the communities in which it operates in. https://www.capitaland-ascendasreit.com/en.html

Donated in 2009 by Cathay Photo. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.

Cathay Photo was established in 1959 out of the late Founder, Mr Toh Mun Peng’s love for photography and his desire to share this passion with like-minded individuals in the local community. Today, Cathay Photo is the leading retailer and distributor of photography and professional video equipment. 
Donated in 2017 by Chue Wai Seen & Chan Mee Yee. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU. Priority shall be given to Accountancy, Business, Engineering and Medicine undergraduates.
Donated in 2007 and 2013 by Mr Chew Peng Keng and Ms Lee Siew Tow. The need-based Scholarship is open to  financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate education at NTU.
Donated in 2012 by the Chong Cheng School Management Committee. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
Donated in 2020 by an NTU alumnus, Mr Vincent Foo. The Bursary is open to Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree at the Nanyang Business School at NTU.
Donated in 2014 by NTU alumni and friends. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students pursuing an undergraduate degree in NTU.
Donated in 2014 by NTU alumni and friends. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
Donated in 2015 by NTU alumni and friends. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
Donated in 2019 by NTU alumni and friends. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
Started in 2018,  this is an annual bursary award by The Copyright Licensing & Administration Society of Singapore Limited (CLASS). The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU. 
Donated in 1999 by Continental Steel Pte Ltd. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree at the School of Civil & Environmental Engineering at NTU.
Donated in 2017 by NTU alumni and friends. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens and Malaysian Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering at NTU. 
Donated in 2008 by Dr Ho Ngiap Kum. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree in Accountancy, Mathematics, Chinese Studies, Computer Engineering and/or Physics.

The NTU lineage runs deep in the Ho family, starting from Dr Ho's Nantah days when he graduated with a degree in Accountancy. His son, Mr Ho Hean Yoong, also followed in his footstep and is an NTU alumnus. Now a successful businessman, Dr Ho, a certified public accountant and partner of an accounting firm, is a passionate believer in the transforming power of education. After receiving his Nantah degree, Dr Ho pursued an MBA in Finance from Hull University, culminating in a Ph.D. from the University of South Australia, where he serves today as an adjunct professor. 

Prompted by his family's deep relationship with NTU and his desire to provide deserving students from financially disadvantaged background the same opportunities to a better life that a quality education has done for him and his children, Dr Ho set up the Dr Ho Ngiap Kum Bursary in 2008.
Donated by DSO National Laboratories. The Bursary is awarded to undergraduates who are Singapore Citizens with an interest and drive to pursue their first undergraduate degrees in Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering). The bursary is open to Singaporean 1st to 4th year undergraduates from the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, NTU.
Donated in 2020 by Engineers 9000 Pte Ltd. The Bursary is open to deserving financially challenged  Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering programme at NTU. It aims to support students in mitigating their financial concerns that allow them to focus in their pursue for academic excellence.
Donated in 2011 by by Faith Community Baptist Church. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information and/or at the School of Art, Design and Media at NTU.
Donated in 2012 by Ms Fenny Maynard. The Bursary is open to all financially disadvantaged students pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU. 
Donated in 2021 by Fo Guang Shan (Singapore). The Support Grant is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU. Students whose family financial needs are severely affected due to loss of job and/or income for at least 3 months, with gross household income of equal to or less than S$9,000 or per capital income of equal or less than S$2,250 are eligible to apply. 

Fo Guang Shan (Singapore) was established in 1996. It strives to realise the vision of the founder, Venerable Master Hsing Yun, of building a harmonious and compassionate society via the promotion of education, Buddhist culture, supporting social welfare services and social togetherness.
Donated in 2009 by the Estate of the late Mr Foo Hee Lim. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents. Half of the awards are designated for students pursing an undergraduate degree in Accounting at Nanyang Business School, and the remainder are designated for undergraduate students in any discipline.
Donated in 2014 by Franco-Asian Enterprises Singapore Pte Ltd. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing any undergraduate degree in College of Science or Aerospace Engineering, including those with major in Business, at NTU.
Donated in 2017 by QAF Limited. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and the School of Biological Sciences, Food Science and Technology Programme at NTU.

Launched in 2015, GIC Sparks & Smiles (Sparks) supports committed Singaporean students from low-income households in making a real difference in the lives of others. The programme seeks to inspire and enable youths in Singapore to play a positive and active role in their communities. 

Eligibility criteria:

  • Full-time NTU Singaporean undergraduate;
  • Gross Monthly Household Per Capita Income (PCI) of less than or equal to $2,475 per month;
  • Demonstrated commitment in serving the community; and
  • Applied for NTU administered bursary in the same academic year.

 Awardees will receive:

  • S$6,000 per annum;
  • Customised training by social service professionals in mentoring and management skills; and
  • Engagement opportunities with GIC Management.

 For more information, click here

Donated by Ms Pamela Cheong, this Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students who are pursuing a full-time undergraduate degree at NTU.
Donated in 2009 by Mr Haji Mohamed Abdul Jaleel. The Bursary is open to all financially disadvantaged students pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU. 

Mr Haji Mohamed Abdul Jaleel, the Founder of MES Group of companies, is a businessman and philanthropist. Mr Mohamed Abdul Jaleel's inspirational story began when he dropped out of secondary school and took up odd jobs like cleaning cars, washing toilets and helping his father run his sundry shop to ease his family's financial burden. He chanced across a sewage clearing job in a construction firm which was the turning point for Mr Jaleel. With his knowledge in the construction industry and a bunch of motivating and helpful friends, he started MES and transformed the company into a pioneer in Workers Accommodation Facility. He rose to become one of the most respected and successful Indian businessmen in Singapore.
Donated in 2019 by students, alumni and faculty and staff. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged freshmen who are Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.

The purpose of the Bursary is to enable students to experience the enriching hall life and residential education available at NTU, regardless of their financial circumstances. 
Donated in 2007 by the Estate of Hee Jau Yong in honour of Mr Hee Jau Yong's late father, Mr Hee Chong Meo. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU. Priority will be given to students in Business Studies.

This Bursary is part of the Hee Chong Meo Scholarship Fund which includes scholarships for academically talented students. The late Mr Hee Jau Yong graduated in 1975 with a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) degree from Nanyang University. To his family and friends, Mr Hee was a filial and well-loved son, a dear brother, a gifted entrepreneur, and a good friend. To NTU, he was an accomplished alumnus with a heart for his alma mater. The gift of bursary will perpetuate the importance that Mr Hee placed on education, a trait which he inherited from his father,  the late Mr Hee Chong Meo. 
Donated in 2015 by Hitech Heat Treatment Services Pte Ltd. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree in the School of Materials Science and Engineering at NTU.
Donated in 2015 by Ho Lee Construction. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents.
Donated in 2018 by the late Mr Au Yong Lai Kong, @Aw Yong Lai Keong. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged ASEAN students pursuing an undergraduate degree, especially in Humanities, at NTU. 
Donated in 2000 by SMRT. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged undergraduate students at NTU.
Donated in 2006 by Ian Ferguson Foundation. The need-based Scholarship is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate education at Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information at NTU.

The Scholarship was established by Mrs Peony Ferguson in memory of her husband, the late Mr Ian Ferguson. Ian Ferguson Foundation focuses on educational causes, including scholarships for needy and worthy students. It also supports specific welfare projects for the sick and elderly.

Donated in 2017 by Mr Lee Say Seng. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singaporean Citizens or Malaysian Citizens who are pursuing an undergraduate degree, or have been offered admission to an undergraduate programme at NTU in the new Academic Year.
Donated by Mr James Loh, this Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students who are pursuing an undergraduate degree in NTU.
Donated in 2011 by Mr Jeff Koh. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU. Coming from a tough past, Mr Jeff Koh understands the importance of having quality education. He hopes that with this Bursary, outstanding students can focus on their studies and not be hampered by any financial limitations.
Donated in 2020 by an NTU alumnus, Mr Teo Wee Hwee. The Bursary is open to Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree in Accountancy at the Nanyang Business School at NTU.
Donated in 2009 by Mr Khoo Ban Hock. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
Donated in 2008 by Mr Khoo Hock Tin. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate education at NTU.
Donated in 2006 and 2012 by Kim Seng Holdings Pte Ltd. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate education at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information at NTU. 

Mr Tan Kim Seng, Chairman & Managing Director of Kim Seng Holdings, is a graduate of Nanyang University and a recipient of the Nanyang Alumni Achievement Award in 2007. The same year he graduated from Nanyang University with a Bachelor of Science (Mathematics) in 1974, Mr Tan started an industrial hardware business before expanding to cater to the international oil and gas and petrochemical industries. As the founder and former Executive Chairman of KS Energy Services Limited, Mr Tan oversaw the firm's business strategies and directions, leading to its listing on the SGX-SESDAQ in 1999 and the SGX Mainboard in 2002.

Apart from his business interests, Mr Tan is an active grassroots figure. He is the Patron of the Hong Kah North Citizens' Consultative Committee and Member of the Fuhua Primary School Advisory Committee. Showing concern for the development of his alma mater, he readily stepped forward and established the Khor Chew Har Bursary to benefit the students from the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information.
Donated in 2006 by Kim Leng Tee Pte Ltd and the children of Mr Tan Tong Meng and Mdm Teo Sai Nen in honour of their lasting legacy. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate education at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information at NTU.
Donated by Mr Koh Tat Lee, this Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students who are pursuing an undergraduate degree at Nanyang Business School, NTU.
Donated in 2019 by Koufu Group Limited. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged ASEAN students pursuring an undergraduate degree at NTU. 
Donated in 2018 by Lam Research Singapore Pte Ltd. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU in the following schools:
-School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
-School of Material Science and Engineering
-School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering
-School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (excluding students from Aerospace Engineering)
Donated in 2019 by Lee Foundation. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged undergraduates pursuing a full-time degree at the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at NTU.
Donated in 2012 by Lee Foundation. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students of all nationalities pursuing an undergraduate degree under the University Scholars Programme in any year of study at NTU.
Donated in 2017 by NTU alumnus Mr Victor Leow Joo Teng and his wife, Mdm Julie Chang Choon Har. The Bursary is open to Singapore Citizens who are pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU. 

Victor and Julie grew up in humble families. Despite financial challenges, Victor’s parents always emphasised the importance of education. He benefited from bond free scholarships and bursaries from secondary school to university. Julie worked and studied her way to own and operate a preschool business, Learning Kidz Group. Coming from a tough past, Victor and Julie understand the importance of a good quality education and hope to provide financial help to underprivileged students at NTU.

Donated in 2007 and 2019 by Mr Lim Choo Leng and Dr Dharmendra Singh. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens, Singapore Permanent Residents or Myanmar National pursuing an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering at the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at NTU. Preference will be given to Myanmar students.
Donated in 2009, 2010 and 2020 by Mr Lim Cheng Eng. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
Donated in 2018 by the family in honour of their late mother, Mdm Lim Pu Leh. In memory of their beloved mother and to stay true to their Malaysian roots, the Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Malaysian Citizens pursuing an undergraduate education at NTU.
 
Being illiterate and widowed at an early age, Mdm Lim took on hard labour and menial jobs to raise her three young children in Malacca, Malaysia. Through her hard work and enterprise, she brought up a strong family and inculcated in them the values of giving and sharing.
Donated in 2006 by Lim Teck Lee Group. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or  Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree of any discipline in any year at NTU.
Donated in 2012 by Chip Eng Seng Corporation Ltd and its founder, Mr Lim Tiam Seng. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree in Engineering at NTU. 
Donated in 2008 by an anonymous donor. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
Donated by Ms Liu Xinlin, this Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students who are studying Economics at the School of Social Sciences or pursuing a degree at the CoE or SPMS or NBS. 
Donated in 2012 by Loo Geok Eng Foundation Limited. The Bursary is open to  financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Malaysian Citizens in the second year of study in the School of Civil & Environmental Engineering and the School of Chemical & Biomedical Engineering at NTU. The Bursary is also open to financially disadvantaged Malaysian Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree in the School of Humanities. 
Donated in 2011 by Lubritrade Trading Pte Ltd. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singaporeans pursuing a degree at NTU.
Donated in 2012 by Mr Lau Sai Leong in memory of his mother, Madam Heng Ah Kin. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
 
The late Madam Heng dedicated her whole life to ensuring the well-being of the family and worked hard to ensure that all her children get the education that they deserve. This Bursary is a tribute to her dedication and belief in the importance of education.

Donated in 2020 by various donors in honour of the late Professor Ma Jan. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at the School of Materials Science and Engineering at NTU.

The Ma Jan Bursary is part of the Ma Jan Memorial Fund. Professor Ma was an accomplished scientist, committed educator and former Chair of NTU's School of Materials Science and Engineering. The Fund is a tribute to his dedication and contribution to education. 
Launched in 2019 by a Malaysian donor to encourage Malaysians and ex-Malaysians to help young fellow Malaysians in NTU.  The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Malaysian Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
Donated in 2012 by Mapletree Investments Pte Ltd. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
Donated by Mr Lee Kit Chong, Alfred in memory of his late mother. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students who are pursuing a full-time undergraduate degree at NTU.  The late Madam Choong was born in Seremban, Malaysia and worked as a Telecom Supervisor until she retired. She single-handedly raised her two young children after her husband passed away. This Bursary is a tribute to her dedication to the family and her believe in education.
Donated in 2006 by Pontiac Land Group and Mr Kwee Liong Keng. The need-based Scholarship is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens, Indonesian Citizens or Indonesian Permanent Residents who are pursuing an undergraduate degree at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information at NTU.
Donated in 2017 by mm2 Asia. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree in Digital Animation (or Digital Filmmaking) at the School of Art, Design and Media programme at NTU.      
Donated in 2018 by the children and Trustees of the Estate of the late Mdm Chong Siew Neo (Mrs Lee Kheng Hwa). The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree at the School of Social Sciences at NTU.

The children of the late Mr & Mrs Lee Kheng Hwa are proud to honour their parents by setting up a memorial fund to support, in perpetuity, academically able but financially disadvantaged students to have access to quality education in NTU and thereafter, make contributions in Society. 

Donated in 2019 by Mdm Ng Choy Wah. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
Donated in 2019 by Mr and Mrs Low Junwei. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or a Singapore Permanent Residents in the second year pursuing a Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Science) or a Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Engineering) at NTU.
Well-known philanthropist, entrepreneur, and investor, Mr Peter Lim Eng Hock, in partnership with National Parks Board, has pledged $10 million to enable deserving youths from less privileged backgrounds to pursue their interest, support their skills development and build capability in the landscaping, horticulture, ecology, veterinary and animal science sectors. This is open to students pursuing an undergraduate degree in Environmental Earth Systems Science at NTU. The funds will be administered through NParks’ registered charity and IPC, Garden City Fund over ten years from 2020 to 2030.
Donated by NBS alumni, staff, students, associates and well-wishers of Nanyang Business School. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students pursuing an undergraduate education in any year of study at the Nanyang Business School at NTU.
Donated in 2008 by NTU Alumni Club. The Bursary is open to financially  disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate education at NTU.
Donated in 2018 and 2019 by the NTU Buddhist Society Alumni Club and friends. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU. Award recipients are expected to participate in one of the donor’s community projects during the award tenure (up to 8 hours).
Raised by NTU students, alumni and friends. The Bursary is open to financially  disadvantaged students undergraduate students pursuing an undergraduate education at NTU.
Donated in 2021 by Dato'Sri Prof Dr Tahir. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged undergraduate students at NTU. Priority will be given to Indonesian students.
Donated in 2018 by alumni and friends of NTU. The Bursary is open to financially  disadvantaged students pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU. 
Donated by the NTU CEE Alumni Association. The Bursary is open to financially  disadvantaged students pursuing a full-time  undergraduate education at the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at NTU.
Established in 2005 as part of the NTU Class of ’85 Pioneer Fund by the NTU Class of 1985 Organising Committee in conjunction with the class' 20th Anniversary celebration. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing a full-time undergraduate education in Engineering at NTU.

The efforts led by the Class of 1985, the pioneer batch of students of the University, set a new tradition of giving back to the University among the alumni.
Donated in 2021 by alumni, students, faculty & staff. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens who must have stayed in Hall of Residence 6 in the entirety of the current academic year and must continue to stay for the entirety of the next academic year.
Funded by donations solicited through NTU Students' Union Students' Fund Committee and profits from various Union's services. This Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU. 
Donated in 2012 by Pacific Carriers Limited. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents in the second year of study pursuing an undergraduate degree in any school at NTU. Priority will be given to students pursuing the Maritime Studies programme in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Established in 2009 with proceeds from the Palm Island Club Recognition Dinner. The Bursary is open to all financially disadvantaged students pursuing an undergraduate education or graduate study at NTU.
Donated in 2021 by Pan-United Corporation Ltd. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents in the second year of study pursuing an undergraduate degree in Civil & Environmental Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering and/or Material Science & Engineering at NTU.
Donated in 2021 by The Pesi B Davar Memorial Fund in honour of the late Mr Davar. The need-based Scholarship is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree in Medicine, Surgery, Medical Research, Technology, Engineering, Accountancy or Business at NTU.

The late Mr Pesi B Davar was a prominent member the local Parsee community and he  had a vision to provide for needy members of the society. This Bursary was set up to ensure that no students would be deprived of an education due to their financial circumstances.
Donated in 2018 by Ms Png Siew Heang. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
Donated in 2018 by Powermark Battery & Hardware Trading Pte Ltd. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
Donated in 2015 by Precise Development Pte Ltd. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students pursuing an undergraduate degree at the School of Civil and Environment Engineering at NTU.
Organised by NTU in 2007 with magnanimous donations from the general public for the Professor Lim Chong Yah Bursary Fund in honour of Professor Lim’s important immeasurable pro-bono contributions in public services as Founding Chairman of the National Wages Council (1972-2001), and as Founding Chairman of the Skills Development Fund Advisory Council (1979-1982).
Donated in 2015 by Professor Tan Ooi Kiang. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens who are pursuing an undergraduate education at NTU. Priority will be given to students enrolled in College of Engineering degree programmes.
Donated in 2020 by Joel Lim & Melissa Loo, the Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students pursuing an undergraduate degree at the Nanyang Business School (NBS) at NTU.

They have named it Providence Bursary as a testament of God’s Providence in their lives and hope to give back, contributing in small ways for others just as they have benefited from bursaries during their time in NBS.
Donated in 2009 by an anonymous donor. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens who are pursuing an undergraduate education at NTU. Parents of applicants must be Singapore Citizens at birth.
Donated in 2015 by Mr Randy Ang Yingsen. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at  the School of Computer Engineering at NTU. 
Donated in 2011 by Mr Ang Ah Nui. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate education at NTU.
Donated in 2021 by RSTN Consulting Pte Ltd. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing their final year candidatute for an undergraduate degree at NTU.
Donated in 2005 by the late Prof Saw Swee Hock. The need-based Scholarship is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents, in their final year of study, pursuing an undergraduate degree in Business specialising in Banking and Finance at NTU.
Established in 2021, the SBS Advancement Fund (School of Biological Sciences Student Grant Bursary) is open to financially disadvantaged students who are pursuing an undergraduate degree at the School of Biological Sciences at NTU.
Donated in 2014 by Seagate Technology International. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents in the second year of study pursuing an undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering, Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Material Science Engineering at NTU.
Donated in 2012 by Serial System Ltd. The Bursary is open to deserving students (Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents) who require financial assistance pursuing an undergraduate degree at the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at NTU.
Donated in 2008 by Shanghai Book Co. Pte. Ltd. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens, Malaysian Citizens or Indonesian Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree in Chinese Programme at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences (Division of Chinese) at NTU. This Bursary serves as a continuation of its legacy in the promotion of Chinese culture.

Singapore's oldest bookstore, Shanghai Book Company Ltd, played a critical role in promoting the Chinese culture and an indigenous identity in South-east Asia. The bookstore used to be a favourite haunt of many Singaporeans, having satisfied the literary cravings of a whole generation of Nanyang University students, with its extensive collection of Chinese books.
Donated in 2007 by Shinnyo-en Singapore. The need-based Scholarship is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate education at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information at NTU.
Donated in 2018 by the Sim Foundation, this needs-based Scholarship is open to financially disadvantaged first year Singapore Citizen or Singapore Permanent Resident students pursuing the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree at the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine at NTU.
The Sim Yung Chong (沈殷村) TCM Scholarship was established in 2013 by Mr Sim Hoay Cheok in memory and honour of his father, the late Mr Sim Yung Chong. The need-based Scholarship is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents in the third year pursuing an undergraduate education in the double-degree program in Traditional Chinese Medicine at the School of Biological Science at NTU.
Donated in 2015 by Mr Simon Lee Zee Sye (NTU Class of ’89) and Ms Michelle Ang Hoon Hoon (NTU Class of ’91). The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore and Malaysian Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
Singapore Leong Khay Huay Kuan Bursary is awarded to 12 financially disadvantaged students across faculties annually under a three-year one term Agreement. It is currently in its third term Agreement. 

Singapore Leong Khay Huay Kuan prides itself as a leading supporter in education. Founded in 1939, the 82 year old Fujian clan association had run two Chinese schools up to the late 1960s. Today , besides awarding scholarship,  it provides bursaries to support education for the underprivileged students in six universities . 
Donated in 2007 by Singapore Sogetsu Association. The need-based Scholarship is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate education at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information at NTU.
Donated by Ms Lam Li Min in memory of her late father Mr Lam Seng Lai. The Bursary is open to Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree at the Nanyang Business School at NTU. 
Donated in 2015 by Sonny, Diana Bensily and Prime Structures Engineering Pte Ltd. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens, Singapore Permanent Residents and Malaysian Cirizens pursuing an undergraduate degree in Engineering at NTU. Preference will be given to those from the School of Civil Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.
Donated in 2009 by the Singapore Buddhist Lodge, Jamiyah Singapore, Taoist Federation (Singapore) and the Hindu Endowments Board. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU. 
Donated in 2016 by Sri Krishnan Temple. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU. 
Donated in 2016 by Uniweld Product (USA) Pte Ltd. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
Donated in 2017 by SWTS Pte Ltd and Mr Sim Bee Lim. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at NTU. The objective of the Bursary is to support each recipient through the completion of the undergraduate course.
Donated in 2021 by Mr Ho Han Khoon Alvin. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU. This Bursary is expected to disburse its first award in Academic Year 2024/2025.
Donated in 2012 by TAK Products and Services Pte Ltd. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
Established through a charitable trust created by the Will of the late Mr Tan Joo Kee. The need-based Scholarship is open to all financially disadvantaged Singapore residents.

Fondly known as "Uncle Doll" by his nephews, nieces and their children, the late Mr Tan had a lifelong love of education. Although he was not formally educated, he firmly believed that no one should be deprived of an education due to financial circumstances. It is hoped that the recipients of this Bursary will be able to carve their own niches in society and in turn, learn to help those in need, just like Mr Tan. 
Donated in 2009 by Ms Khoo Whee Luan. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate education at NTU.
Donated in 1986 by Mr Tang See Chim and Mrs Margaret Tang Pui Fong. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing a full-time or part-time undergraduate degree in Accountancy at the Nanyang Business School at NTU.
Donated in 2012 by Ms Khoo Whee Luan. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree in Chinese Medicine at the School of Biological Sciences at NTU.
Donated in 2020 by Mr Teh Kiu Cheong and Mdm Tan Siew Hwa. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens and Malaysian Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
Donated in 2012 by Mr Lee Cheng Peck. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering at NTU.
Donated in 2017 by Mr Terence Foo. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
Donated in 2016 by The Great Eastern Life Assurance Company Ltd. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree at the Nanyang Business School and School of Humanities & Social Sciences at NTU. 
Donated in 2011 by Mr Charles Kuo. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
The Leong Khay Huay Kuan Scholarship was specifically set up with a one off endowment in 2006, for financially disadvantaged students in Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information at NTU.

Singapore Leong Khay Huay Kuan prides itself as a leading supporter in education. Founded in 1939, the 82 year old Fujian clan association had run two Chinese schools up to the late 1960s. Today , besides awarding scholarship,  it provides bursaries to support education for the underprivileged students in six universities. 
Donated in 2010 by the Lim Family in response to the Campaign "A Tribute to the Legacy of Wee Kim Wee and Mrs Wee" and the Campaign for Accessibility to Higher Education. The need-based Scholarship is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate education at NTU. 
Donated in 2018 by the Estate of the late Mrs Williams Tryntje Dina Marharetha. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate programme in NTU.
Donated in 2019 by the Estate of the late Saddique Nasser Omar Hassan. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.

Recognising the importance of education in nurturing the young to achieve their ambitions and goals, The Nasser Saddique Bursary provides financially disadvantaged students with financial assistance for tuition fees, opportunities for overseas student exchange or internships and living expenses such as transport and accommodation. Through the Bursary, the family of Nasser Omar Hassan Saddique hopes to ensure that deserving students are not denied higher education due to financial difficulties.
Donated in 2011 by Teambuild Construction Pte Ltd. The Bursary is open to the financially disadvantaged undergraduate students at NTU. Preference will be given to the students from the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and applicants who demonstrate a passionate concern for community and humanity will be strongly favoured. 
Donated in 2019 by an anonymous donor. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens, Singapore Permanent Residents and ASEAN students pursuing their undergraduate education at the College of Engineering specialising in Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Mechantronics Engineering at NTU. 
Donated in 2012 by Swire Pacific Offshore Operations (Pte) Ltd. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens. Preference will be given to students with disabilities pursuing the Bachelor of Science Degree in Maritime Studies at the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and/or a Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Mechanical Engineering at the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at NTU.
Donated in 2006 by an anonymous donor. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students pursuing an undergraduate education at NTU.
Donated in 2017 by Mr Theodore Charles Swartz. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate education in any school from the College of Engineering.
Donation in 2017 by Mr Thomas Foo.The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
Donated in 2006 by Thomson Shin Min Foundation. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
Donated in 2005 by the Toh Kian Chui Foundation. The Bursary is open to all financially disadvantaged students regardless of nationality, race, year and course of studies, and pursuing a full-time undergraduate degree at NTU.
Donated in 2013 by Toyota Motor Asia Pacific Pte Ltd. The need-based Scholarship is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree at the College of Engineering at NTU.

Toyota Global Vision involves “Enriching lives around the world”. Reflecting this, Toyota firmly believes that supporting tertiary education at established local universities is a beneficial approach to engage the local community. The establishment of the Toyota Scholarship also aligns both Toyota and NTU’s shared value in reaching out to students from underprivileged backgrounds and creating platforms for developing the talent pool of Singapore students in becoming future leaders. Toyota’s establishment of the scholarship awards further demonstrates their drive to ensure that promising and deserving students are able to pursue their dreams to become engineers and designers of the future. It is Toyota’s wish that recipients of the Toyota Scholarship pay it forward in their own ways to their communities with the skills they acquire upon completion of their studies at the University.
Started in 2014, the Tunnelling and Underground Construction Society (Singapore) Endowed Bursary Fund with Nanyang Technological University (NTU) provides up to 2 awards yearly for second year undergraduates from the School of Civil & Environmental Engineering who are pursuing the course in Geotechnical Engineering. Each award is valued at $5,000 for the span of an academic year and is open to Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents. While results of academic performance are important, priority will be given to students with proven financial difficulties.
Donated by WBL Corporation Limited. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents in any year of study pursuing an undergraduate degree at the School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering at NTU.
Donated in 2018 by VHF Technologies Pte Ltd, the Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
 
VHF Technologies Pte Ltd was founded in 1993 as a system integrator for automatic carpark system. From very humble beginnings, VHF grew and launched their own branding, V-Series, inclusive of V-Park, V-Park Go Where, V-Park Access, V-Guide, and V-Count and V Hub, the latest one-stop solution platform. With a mission of being the No.1 service provider in their trade, VHF aims to work towards the goal of building a smart sustainable carpark to stay relevant with the future while respecting our environment.
Donated in 2020 by 8VI Global Pte Ltd. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents in the third and fourth year of study pursuing an undergraduate degree in Computer Science at the School of Computer Science & Engineering at NTU.
Donated in 2016 by Mr Von Lee Yong Miang. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree in any engineering field of study at NTU. Preference will be given to students from the School of Civil & Environmental Engineering.
Donated in 2019 by Mr Winston Chu Chee Keong and Ms Pamela Leow Poh Hoon. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU.
Donated in 2014 by SC Wong Foundation Trust. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents of Malaysia nationality pursuing an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering at the School of Civil & Environmental Engineering at NTU.
Donated in 2021 by Ms Xing Dan. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged students pursuing an undergraduate degree at NTU. 
Donated in 2019 by Ms Yeow Chai Pin. The Bursary is open to financially disadvantaged Singapore Citizens pursuing an undergraduate degree in the Chinese Programme at the School of Humanities at NTU.