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Yangzheng Foundation (飬正基金) Bursary

Established in 2010, the Yangzheng Foundation Bursary (formerly known as Yeung Ching Foundation Bursary aims to provide equal access to higher education at Singapore Management University through financial assistance to full-time undergraduate students in need.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Full-time undergraduates enrolled in any degree programme and in any year of study
  • Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents 
  • With demonstrated financial needs (gross monthly per capita household income not exceeding $1,900)
  • Demonstrated excellence in areas of student life and/or community involvement
  • Preference will be given to students from minority groups

Benefits

  • $6,600 (towards subsidised tuition fees)
  • Tenable for one year of study
  • May be in concurrent receipt of a bursary for cash allowance, subject to fulfilment of its eligibility criteria

Application Process

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

Yangzheng was the name of a Chinese-stream Primary School supported by the Cantonese Community and it had educated generations of students from 1906 to the late 1980s.  When the private school finally closed, its patrons set up the Yangzheng Foundation so they could continue to help further education.  A strong supporter of educational causes, the Foundation has benefitted many schools, including Yangzheng Primary School, the present day government school that bears the Yangzheng's Chinese name (飬正).  The Foundation has also been actively involved in helping the community, through support for children and the elderly, as well as restoration projects and other causes.
 

 

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Last updated on 19 Jan 2018.