Bursaries and Grants
International Women’s Forum (IWF) Education Grant
The IWF is a global network of women leaders with significant and diverse achievements who are committed to bettering global leadership today and cultivating women leaders of tomorrow (www.iwforum.org). Doing good and nurturing women leaders for tomorrow are two of IWF Singapore’s key priorities.
- Female Singapore citizens who are pursuing tertiary education at a local Institute of higher learning, with household income per capita of less than $2,250 per month.
- Students with outstanding attitude, aptitude and character.
NTU Science Scholarship (NTUSS) Explorer Grant
The NTUSS comes with the NTUSS Explorer Grant, which provides funding for an overseas study/attachment programme including semestral exchange, research conferences, workshops, film projects, community engagement or other professional development activities that will support their education and career path.
Financial support for this grant is made possible through donations to the College of Science.
All NTU Science Scholarship (NTUSS) awardees are eligible to apply. Priority will be given to the third and fourth-year students; first and second-year students will be funded to the extent that available funds permit.
Students may submit a one-off application for any amount of funding up to $3000.
Students are required to submit PowerPoint slides with a short reflection and a few meaningful photos from your overseas study/attachment. This may be used for publicity and outreach purposes, and for showcasing to the generous donors on how their gifts has impacted the College of Science students.
Step 1: Click HERE to submit your application form
Step 2: Email a copy of the supporting document for the overseas programme to Ms Irene Tay at [email protected]
|Overseas Programme||Application deadline||Application Outcome|
|Semester 1||By 30th June||Within 3 weeks from application deadline|
|Semester 2||By 30th November|
|Special Term||By 31st March|
OG Department Stores – Mr. Tay Tee Peng Travel Bursary
The OG Department Stores – Mr Tay Tee Peng Travel Bursary provides opportunities for overseas learning to talented and deserving science students who come from humble family backgrounds. The bursary is named after the late Mr. Tay Tee Peng, the founder of OG Department Stores, in recognition of a generous gift made by the Tay Family.
Students going on exchange programmes in the upcoming semester.
Selection will be based on a student’s Gross Monthly Household Per Capita Income (PCI) of less than or equal to S$2,500 per month.
While the bursary recipient may hold other awards, grants or bursaries concurrently, these cannot be travel-related.
Up to S$5,000 may be given to each student depending on the available distributable fund.
The bursary amount will be determined as shown in the table below:
Gross Monthly Household PCI
S$751 to S$1,100
S$1,101 to S$1,875
S$1,876 to S$2,500