138 students received the 2020 Singapore-Industry Scholarship (SgIS) this year. The SgIS virtual award ceremony was held on 14 August 2020, with Second Minister for Education, Dr Mohamad Maliki Bin Osman, as guest of honour.
Introduced in 1971, The SAF Scholarship, formerly known as SAF Overseas Scholarship (SAFOS), is a prestigious scholarship second only to the President’s Scholarship. There are 347 recipients of The SAF Scholarship to date.
Minister for Defence Dr Ng Eng Hen officiated at the virtual Defence Scholarship Awards Ceremony this evening. The awards ceremony saw the presentation of 95 scholarships this year – The Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) Scholarship to 7 recipients, Public Service Commission (PSC) Scholarship (Engineering) – Defence and Security to 5 recipients, SAF Merit Scholarship to 17 recipients, SAF Engineering Scholarship to 5 recipients, Defence Merit Scholarship to 18 recipients, SAF Medicine Scholarship to 7 recipients, and Defence Science and Technology (DSTA) Scholarship to 36 recipients.
To celebrate the launch of Scholarship Guide’s new website, we will be giving away a $100 NTUC voucher to one lucky winner every week starting from August! This giveaway is open to anyone in Singapore.
Raffles Institution Scholarship & Career Fair 2020 was successfully held online for the first time on 21st July 2020. Scholarship Guide is honoured to participate and have our sharing session with the students.
The Government has committed $72 million for workforce development and training for the Built Environment (BE) sector till 2020. This will include enhancements to the iBuildSG Scholarship and Sponsorship programme (formerly known as the Built Environment Scholarship and Sponsorship programme) for the full-time Undergraduate, Diploma and ITE tracks.
Around 9 in 10 of Singapore University of Social Sciences’ (SUSS) second batch of full-time graduates, who entered the labour force in 2019, secured a job within six months of completing their final examinations. This indicates a continued strong demand for SUSS graduates, their skillsets and aptitude.
Two of the biggest annual events in the calendar at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) will be presented virtually this year, in response to the evolving Covid-19 situation and advice to avoid crowds and holding large-scale events
Singapore Management University (SMU) and the Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) have renewed the SMU Warriors Scholarship offered to retiring Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) servicemen and women. Under a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed today, SMU and MINDEF will facilitate talent development and lifelong learning by allowing servicemen and women to pursue postgraduate degrees at SMU.
Local undergraduates – Foo Xu Hui, Daniel Liew, Samuel Lim, Toh Wei Soong – were awarded the Asia Pacific Breweries (APB) Foundation Scholarship for Persons with Disabilities in recognition of their achievements and academic excellence.
17 promising individuals received the National Environment and Water (NEW) Scholarship from Singapore’s Minister for the Environment and Water Resources, Mr Masagos Zulkifli, at the NEW Scholarship Award Ceremony this afternoon. The recipients will be pursuing studies in engineering, environmental, food and science-related domains, that will allow them to contribute to important initiatives to mitigate climate change and other increasingly complex environmental challenges while safeguarding Singapore’s water and food security.
Minister for Defence Dr Ng Eng Hen presented The Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) Scholarship to nine recipients, Public Service Commission (PSC) Scholarship (Engineering) – Defence and Security to eight recipients, SAF Merit Scholarship to 16 recipients, SAF Engineering Scholarship to six recipients, Defence Merit Scholarship to 10 recipients, SAF Medicine Scholarship to five recipients, and Defence Science and Technology Agency (DSTA) Scholarship to 36 recipients at a scholarship awards ceremony held at the Istana this evening.