|Scholarships in Singapore
The Ministry of Education (MOE) provides tuition grants to student enrolled at local universities and polytechnics. International students who avail of the tuition grants are required to work for three years upon graduation, either in a Singapore-registered company or institute overseas.
A number of scholarships are open to international students. Selection is usually based on academic merit, leadership and co-curricular records. Scholarships available to Indian students include the SIA-NOL Scholarship and Youth Scholarship.
There are also bursaries, which are awarded based on financial need and usually do not exceed SGD 1,500 per year; tuition fee loan schemes which provide a loan of up to 90% of the subsidized tuition fees payable for university students and up to 75% of the subsidized tuition fees payable for polytechnic student; and study loans, which are usually payable upon graduation at favourable interest rates.