Fully Funded Scholarship at National University of Singapore (NUS)
The National University of Singapore Graduate School for Integrative Sciences and Engineering (NGS) is the home of cross-disciplinary PhD research and education at the forefront of science, engineering, computing and related aspects of medicine at NUS. NGS offers generous direct-PhD Scholarships to outstanding students of all nationalities who have strong research potential. NGS embraces students trained in a wide variety of relevant subject areas who have the talent to see that true innovation knows no artificial boundaries. Our research-intensive programme enables students to achieve research excellence and competes with the world’s best. The NGS Scholarship is awarded to talented students with an aptitude for innovative, high calibre PhD research.
- Monthly stipend, up to 4 years of the PhD studies, OR up to 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
- Full tuition fee subsidy for 4 years.
- Other allowances include
- computer allowance
- book allowance
- conference allowance.
- The student must commit to PhD from the outset, cannot exit with MSc.
- Opens worldwide.
- Graduates with a passion for cross-disciplinary research in science, engineering, computing, and related aspects of medicine.
- Graduates with at least 2nd Upper Honours, or equivalent qualifications.
- GRE is compulsory for all applicants, except NUS and NTU Bachelor degree holders and final-year undergraduates. Please note it cannot be substituted by GATE.
- the medium of undergraduate instructionTOEFL / IELTS (either can be used) is only compulsory for applicants whose is not in English
- Students are not eligible for the President’s Graduate Fellowship (PGF).
- The award is renewable, subject to the satisfactory academic performance of CAP ≥ 3.8 at the end of every semester.
- Applicants doing a Masters programme at the point of the application before matriculating in NGS for PhD at NGS
- must have officially completed the Master’s programme and
- must have been conferred the Master’s degree
Applicants who have submitted their Master’s thesis only, but who
- have not officially graduated from the Master’s programme, and
- have not been conferred the Master’s degree
must, therefore, defer their admission (from matriculation to registration) into NGS, until the Master’s degree has been officially awarded.
Successful applicants should automatically, in their own initiative, apply for deferment of serving of the bond. The official memo documenting the approval of deferment of bond service should be submitted to NGS at least one month before matriculation into NGS’ PhD.
Deadline: 31st July 2017