The following information will be useful to Singapore Permanent Resident and international students who are considering, have applied for, or are receiving a Singapore Government Tuition Grant
The Tuition Grant (TG) is a grant provided by the Government of Singapore to help students manage the costs of full-time tertiary education in Singapore.
For all Singapore Permanent Resident students and international students, in exchange for the grant received, you will be required to work in Singapore and/or with a Singapore entity for three (3) years upon graduation (this 3-year commitment is commonly referred to as the Tuition Grant Bond). There is no Tuition Grant Bond for Singapore Citizens.
The grant amount (inclusive of any GST) depends on the course of study and the nationality/residency of the student (i.e. whether Singapore Citizen, Singapore Permanent Resident or international student).
You are eligible to take up a Tuition Grant if you have not previously taken a Tuition Grant or received sponsorship/scholarship from the Government of Singapore to attain another qualification at the bachelor’s or postgraduate level.
For eligible Singapore Citizens: Singapore Citizens will automatically be awarded a Tier A Tuition Grant, which is the highest level of tuition fee subsidy, upon commencement of their studies. As a result, Singapore Citizens pay the lowest tuition fees. There is no bond obligation for Singapore Citizens who receive the Tuition Grant.
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