Duke-NUS Medical School is offering a number of merit scholarships and financial aid to international students considering the difficulty in financing a medical education and strive to help the students tap on available resources to meet their various financial needs.
Depending on individual’s financial circumstances as well as academic performance, students may apply for any one or a combination of any three financing options available – tuition fee loan, bursary and merit scholarship.
Goh Foundation Scholarships
- Goh Foundation Scholarships have been made available for qualified Duke-NUS students (approximately 4 recipients per year), at an annual value of S$20,000. Candidates must be full-time local or international students at Duke-NUS who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievements. Preference may be given to those with demonstrated financial need. The scholarships are tenable for the full duration of studies, up to a maximum of 4 years.
The Lee Foundation Scholarship
- Each Lee Foundation Scholarship award is for S$20,000, and may vary where applicable. To meet the different needs of students at various points of their journey in learning and practicing Medicine, the Scholarship is a single year award that can be used for tuition fees, educational as well as living expenses.
The Shaw Foundation Scholarship
- The Shaw Foundation was established by philanthropist Tan Sri Dr. Runme Shaw in 1957 to provide funds that would help charitable endeavours in Singapore with their missions. Since inception, the foundation has contributed over US$150 million to a myriad of organizations. Through generous Shaw Foundation Scholarships, up to 6 select Duke-NUS students may receive an annual scholarship of between S$10,000 and S$50,000.
Ngee Ann Kongsi Distinguished Scholars Programme
- Ngee Ann Kongsi Distinguished Scholars Programme, Duke-NUS has been able to award up to 6 Scholarships annually to select students, with each scholarship at a value of between S$10,000 and S$50,000 per year. Recipients must be Singapore Citizen or Singapore Permanent Resident who are full-time students at Duke-NUS with demonstrated financial need and outstanding academic record. Subject to satisfactory academic performance throughout, the scholarships are tenable for the 4-year duration of the Doctor of Medicine (MD) program.
Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple
- Duke-NUS awards 1 scholarship each year under the Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple Scholarship Programme, with an annual value between S$10,000 and S$50,000. The scholarship is usually awarded to a second-year medical student.
Interested applicants are expected to meet the following eligibility criteria for Duke – NUS Medical School Merit scholarships and Financial Aid Schemes in Singapore 2022-2023
- Applicants must be international student.
- Available for undergraduate and masters students.
- Applicants must have a high school certificate or equivalent for undergraduate program.
- Candidates must have a first degree certificate or equivalent for masters program.
- Awarded based on academic achievement and personal attributes such as meaningful involvement in community service or leadership experiences.
- Candidates must be enrolled in full-time Doctor of Medicine-Doctor of Philosophy.
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