The Agency for Science, Technology and Research is currently accepting applications for the National Science Scholarship (BS) Program. This scholarship is available for Singaporean citizens who will be pursuing undergraduate degree in one of the fields mentioned below. This National Science Scholarship (BS) is a – fully funded award. No application will be accepted after 31 March 2019.
As the only through-train scholarship in Singapore, the NSS provides for your undergraduate studies and PhD training. Through this scholarship, we seek to groom young talents for a career in science and provide them with opportunities to work in some of the world’s renowned research institutes and learn from the best scientific minds.
Successful candidates will be given support for their undergraduate studies, comprising:
- Full tuition fees
- Monthly sustenance allowance
- Annual return airfare
- Pre-studies allowance
Level and Area of Studies
undergraduate degree in the biomedical sciences, physical sciences or engineering.
Place of Study
The study will be taken in Singapore.
Eligibility and Criteria
- Singaporeans or other nationals intending to take up Singapore citizenship
- Male scholars are required to serve National Service prior to commencement of undergraduate studies
- Excellent results for GCE ‘A’ Level (minimum 11 academic units), International Baccalaureate (IB), NUS High School diploma, Polytechnic Diploma or equivalent
- Candidates are encouraged to sit for the SAT tests to broaden their choices of institutions for their undergraduate education. Although A*STAR does not mandate a minimum SAT score as a qualifying condition for the undergraduate scholarships awarded for studies, applicants are encouraged to submit their SAT scores, if available, to be included in the overall assessment of their applications
- Preference will be given to candidates with experience and notable achievements in science- or math-related projects and activities
Only the citizens of Singapore are welcome to apply.
Application must be submitted online through the link below.
31 March 2019.