The National University of Singapore is seeking a number of highly talented students for funded NGS Scholarship (NGSS) opportunities in science, engineering, computing, and medicine.
The scholarship is designed for students to pursuing a Ph.D. research program in diverse fields at Graduate School. The purpose o the scholarship is to help students in upgrading their education.
The scholarship will provide the monthly stipend, up to 4 years of the Ph.D. studies, OR up to the date of graduation, whichever is earlier, of
S$3,500 for Singapore Citizens, plus Central Provident Fund (CPF) contributions at a rate pegged to the prevailing employer’s contribution rate set by CPF
S$3,200 for Singapore Permanent Residents
S$3,000 for International students
Students will also receive full tuition fee subsidy for 4 years and other allowances include:
Eligible Countries: Scholarships are open to students around the world.
Eligible Course or Subjects: Scholarships are offered in the field of sciences and engineering.
Eligibility Criteria: In order to eligible for the scholarship students must be graduates with a passion for cross-disciplinary research in related aspects of science, engineering, computing, and medicine. For this scholarship, graduates Students have at least 2 upper honors or equivalent qualifications. GRE is compulsory for all applicants, except NUS and NTU Bachelor degree holders and final-year undergraduates.
Supporting Documents: To apply for the scholarship applicants must submit a PDF dossier, hardcopy package, and also complete and submit your Google Questionnaire.
Admission Requirements: For admission to a research master’s program usually requires a good honors degree or equivalent in a relevant discipline. Under the approval of the Department of Graduate Studies (BGS), students with a good undergraduate degree can also accept relevant research or work experience on a case-by-case basis.
Language Requirement: TOEFL / IELTS (either can be used) is only compulsory for applicants whose native tongue OR medium of undergraduate instruction is not in English