Deserving students who demonstrate academic excellence, can apply to receive financial assistance to alleviate their financial concerns.

Find out more in the slew of attractive scholarships, funds and bursaries available below!

The Ngee Ann Kongsi Scholarships are awarded to outstanding students from any of NAA’s bachelor degrees who have exhibited excellent academic performance in the course of the programme, amongst other considerations.

The total value of the bond-free scholarship award is about SGD $5,000.

More information on the scholarship can be found here.

Click here to see the list of Merit Scholarship Award Recipients.

The Club21 Scholarship is a merit scholarship supporting the graduate or undergraduate studies of exceptional individuals interested in the fashion, retail, service or creative industries.

Valued at up to $10,000 SGD per annum for the duration of the course of study, the Club21 Scholarship carries no bond.

More information can be found here.

A global programme, the scholarship aims to encourage female students to excel in computing and technology, and become active role models in the field.

Awarded based on the strength of each candidate’s academic background and demonstrated leadership, recipients will receive a scholarship amount specific to their local region in respect to the tuition fees.

Only current female students of the Bachelor of Computer Science programme may apply. Other terms stipulated in the year of application also apply.

Click here for further details.

The Lembaga Biasiswa Kenangan Maulud (LBKM) Bursary is valued up to SGD $2,000 for undergraduate studies and SGD $2,500 for postgraduate programmes.

Special bursaries are also available to medical/ dental students as well as law students in overseas universities.

More information can be found here.

Hurry, application deadline closes by 31 August 2016!

MTFA aims to provide financial assistance to Muslim students from lower-income families who are Singapore citizens or permanent residents.

Students who are pursuing full-time post-secondary education in Institutes of Higher Learning are welcome to apply.

Valued up to SGD $10,000, further details can be found here.

Application for 2016 is now closed. 

The SkillsFuture Study Award is an initiative under the national SkillsFuture movement which aims to provide Singaporeans with opportunities to develop their fullest potential throughout life.

Available to both current and future students of the Bachelor of Computer Science programme who are keen to deepen their skills and make their mark as ICT specialists, each bond-free award is valued at SGD $5,000, which can be used on top of existing Government course fee subsidies.

For details on the eligibility criteria or to apply for the SkillsFuture Study Award, click here.

Application for 2016 is now closed.

Hindu students from low-income families, who are pursuing tertiary education, are invited to apply for financial assistance to help them meet the cost of their education.

Students can apply for either a Tuition Subsidy or an Education Grant.

Applications close on the 17th of May 2017.

Click here for further information.

Awarded to physically-disabled Singaporean/PR students who require financial assistance, the scholarship for tertiary education is valued up a maximum amount of SGD $5,000 per year.

Founded in memory of The Honourable the late Mr justice Tan Ah Tah, the scholarship’s details and other terms and conditions, can be found here.

Championed by His Excellency Dr Tony Tan, current President of the Republic of Singapore, the Fund will further strengthen the already close bonds between Singapore and Adelaide, by providing financial assistance to undergraduate students from Singapore who are Singapore citizens or permanent residents of Singapore and who are currently enrolled full-time at the University of Adelaide and seeking temporary financial assistance to help them overcome temporary setbacks so as to enable them to continue studying their programme at the University of Adelaide.

Undergraduate students from all campuses, including NAA, are eligible to apply. The Ngee Ann Kongsi has very generously contribute one dollar for every dollar donated up to SGD$250,000. Click here for the Rules. You may also email to the University’s Development and Alumni Office at for any clarification.

For all other enquiries, please contact:

Adelaide University Alumni Association (Singapore)
c/o Ngee Ann – Adelaide Education Centre

Add        : 97 Tank Road, Level 3, Teochew Building, Singapore 238066
Tel           : 65 6738 2910
Fax          : 65 6738 3314
Email       :

Under UTAP (Union Training Assistance Programme), NTUC members enjoy 50% unfunded course fee support, capped at $250 each year when they sign up for courses supported under UTAP. This excludes miscellaneous fees such as GST and registration fee etc.

Students enrolled in the following programmes offered at NAA can apply for funding:

  • Master of Applied Finance
  • Master of Applied Project Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Business Administration
  • Graduate Diploma in Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Nursing

Other terms and conditions apply. Click here for details.

The Zalora Scholarship is available to students of the Bachelor of Commerce programme with a strong passion for the fashion industry.

This inaugural merit-based scholarship valued at SGD $3,000 is open to students of all nationalities. Scholars will also get the opportunity to gain valuable insights on the e-commerce industry through an internship with Zalora.

For details on the eligibility criteria or to apply for the scholarship, click here.

Hurry, application deadline closes by 31 August 2016!