Four categories of prizes shall be awarded in each Academic Year. The number of awards are subject to the availability of distributable income from the donated endowed Fund.
|Category||Module Code||Module Title||Amount per award|
|1||LM9001||Malay Language Level 1||$200|
|2||LM9002||Malay Language Level 2||$300|
|3||LM9003||Malay Language Level 3||$400|
|4||LM9101||Malay Language (Medical)||$300|
The University has the rights to replace the module(s) should the above code structure is no longer relevant.
- Major or second major in Chinese, or minor in Chinese, Chinese Translation or Chinese Creative Writing; and have read any level of the Malay language modules offered by the Centre for Modern Languages are eligible.
- Citizens of Singapore or Malaysia, including Malaysians who take up Singapore citizenship or permanent residency. Singapore citizens must be born in Singapore and/or are Singaporeans-at-birth and male applicants must have completed full-time National
Service. Award recipients are required to submit a copy of the birth certificate and NS certificate, if applicable.
- Obtain no less than a grade C (or equivalent) for the Malay module. Awards will be made based on higher marks scored for the relevant module, and more than one prize may be awarded for each category, subject to a maximum of 16 prizes across the different categories.
The Prize shall be administered by the School of Humanities and awarded on the recommendation of the Chair, School of Humanities.
No award shall be made unless there are candidates of sufficient merit.