Scholarships and Awards
SMU has on offer an innovative package of scholarships, study awards, bursaries, and generous loan schemes that will provide all candidates the road to financial freedom. 1 in 12 freshmen will win a scholarship, and that’s a powerful statement.
SMU places strong emphasis on a holistic educational approach for all its students where social and ethical responsibilities are as important as academic excellence.
For students with outstanding academic results, strong leadership potential, excellent track record in co-curricula activities, and who embrace the core SMU CIRCLE (Commitment, Integrity, Responsibility, Collegiality, Leadership and Excellence) values and a heart for the community, a host of attractive scholarships and awards are available.
The scholarships and awards are made possible through the generous donations of well-wishers of SMU.
SCHOLARSHIP ENQUIRIES (applicants seeking admissions)
|Office of Undergraduate Admissions||Tel: +65 6828 0980
Fax: +65 6828 0303
SCHOLARSHIP/AWARD ENQUIRIES (students enrolled in SMU)
|Centre for Student Financial Assistance||Tel: +65 6828 9556, 6828 0453, 6828 0501
Fax: +65 6828 0647
SUPPORTING A SCHOLARSHIP OR AN AWARD
|Office of Advancement & Alumni||Tel: +65 6828 0463
Fax: +65 6828 0640
SCHOLARSHIPS/OTHER FINANCIAL AID OFFERED BY EXTERNAL ORGANISATIONS
There are other externally sponsored scholarship/financial aid schemes which SMU students may apply for to finance their studies in SMU. Applications are not exclusive to SMU students and applicants have to apply to be considered in competition with students from other educational institutions. Applications for scholarships generally close two to four weeks after the release of the GCE A-Level results.
Enquiries on such applications should be directed to the respective sponsoring organisation/secretariat.
CLICK HERE for the list of externally sponsored scholarship/financial aid schemes.
Last updated on 5 Jan 2016.
"Our wide range of scholarships and financial assistance ensures that no deserving students are denied an education with us because of financial difficulty."
Professor Arnoud De Meyer
Singapore Management University