NUS-MOE Bursary (Administered by Office of Financial Aid)
|Monthly per capita household income (PCI/$)||Gross monthly household income (GHI/$)||Amount (S$)|
|For full-time undergraduate students||≤1,725||≤6,900||2,700|
|1,726 to 2,250||6,901 to 9,000||1,350|
|For part-time undergraduate students||≤1,400||–||1,190|
|1,401 to 1,900||–||620|
Singapore Citizens (including Graduate LL.B students who are under the MOE Tuition Grant Scheme and full fee paying transfer or re-admitted students) whose monthly per capita household income* (PCI) is not more than $2,250 or total monthly household income** (GHI) is not more than $9,000, who are pursuing his/her first undergraduate degree and not already holding qualifications higher than a bachelor degree, will be considered.
Needy part-time undergraduate students who are pursuing his/her first undergraduate degree and not already holding qualifications higher than a bachelor degree, will be considered as well.
Recipient must not concurrently hold the MOE Bursary with the CDC/CCC Bursary. Recipient must not hold any other scholarships or bursaries or free aid without the prior approval from the University.
Recipient may concurrently hold the following:
– Mendaki Tertiary Tuition Fee Subsidy or scholarships/bursaries/study awards which are specifically meant to cover the tuition fees only or
– Bursaries or grants meant to cover accommodation-related fees or
– Awards or bursaries related to overseas exchange programmes such as Student Exchange Programmes (SEP) and NUS Overseas Colleges (NOC) programmes
Award is tenable for one year. A fresh application is required each academic year.
To be considered for the MOE Bursary, you are required to apply for Financial Aid here.
Upon satisfactory compliance of all terms and conditions of the financial aid offer, the funds will be credited to the student’s account by the Office of Financial Services twice yearly in half around September and February each year. All fees due to the University will however be deducted from such fund prior to crediting.
* Monthly per capita household income refers to the total income of all those living in the household divided by the number of people in the household.
** Gross monthly household income refers to the total income of all those living in the household.