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Thomson Shin Min Foundation Bursary

About the Bursary

Established in 2014, the Thomson Shin Min Foundation Bursary aims to provide financial assistance to full-time undergraduates at the Singapore Management University and to motivate them to achieve all-round excellence.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Full-time first year undergraduates in any degree programme
  • Singapore Citizens
  • Possess good academic results (minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00)
  • With demonstrated financial needs (gross monthly per capita household income not exceeding $1,700)

Quota

One bursary will be awarded annually and in perpetuity, commencing Academic Year 2014-15.

Tenure and Benefits

  • The bursary, valued at $6,000, is tenable for one year of study.
  • The bursary will go towards funding the recipient’s annual tuition fee.
  • The recipient may be in concurrent receipt of another bursary for cash allowance, subject to fulfilment of its eligibility criteria.
  • The recipient may be considered again in the subsequent year, subject to continued observance of the eligibility criteria and terms and conditions of award.

Bond

Not required

Tuition Grant Scheme

The recipient is required to take advantage of the Tuition Grant Scheme provided by the Singapore Government for subsidised education.

Application

Shortlisting of candidates for consideration will be from the list of applicants applying for SMU-administered bursaries in the year of award.

Enquiries

Centre for Student Financial Assistance
Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Financial Assistance
Email: finasst@smu.edu.sg


About the Donor

The Thomson Shin Min Foundation Bursary is made possible by Thomson Shin Min Foundation to provide financial assistance to full-time undergraduates who are pursuing tertiary education at SMU. With the bursary, the Foundation hopes to make a difference in the lives of SMU students and to inspire them to give back to the society.

 

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Last updated on 1 Mar 2017.