The DUO-Singapore Fellowship is awarded by the Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) to promote student exchanges between European and Asian Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) member countries.
The fellowship is awarded to full-time SMU undergraduate students who are Singapore or ASEAN citizens and undergraduate students from partner universities in European ASEM member countries. Please note that Iceland is not a European ASEM member country.
For AY2016-2017, three pairs of awards will be offered. Students who have successfully applied for an exchange to a partner university in Europe will be invited by email to apply for the award. The invitation to apply will be sent in March and the application outcome will be announced in June 2016..
For incoming undergraduate exchange students from European ASEM countries, you must be nominated for the award by your home university. You must then complete the aplication form and submit all necessary documents as required.
The Young Talent Programme (YTP) is co-funded by International Enterprise (IE) Singapore and SMU. Formerly known as the International Business Fellowship Programme, it aims to nurture a talent pool with in-depth knowledge of doing business in developing global markets.
The YTP - Market Immersion programme supports SMU students who goon exchange to partner universities in regional markets, Southeast Asia, India and China, and emerging markets in Latin America, Central & Eastern Europe, Africa, Central Asia & Middle East.
The following countries are where SMU has exchange agreements and which are supported by the YTP - Market-Immersion grant:
|Eastern & Central Europe|
|Africa, Central Asia & Middle East|
The quantum of the fellowship is as follows:
Up to $300/week (subsistence) + $600 (travel allowance) for a maximum of 24 weeks
- Full-time SMU undergraduate students:
- Singapore Citizens or Permanent Residents
- Cumulative GPA of 2.50 and above
- Has not been awarded any scholarship or funding whatsoever by anyone in respect of the same items for which the student is granted funding under the YTP programme
- Has not been the subject of any disciplinary action in SMU
Application instructions will be provided by the SMU International Office via e-mail to SMU students who are successfully selected to go on exchange in the countries listed above.
The Japan Student Services Organisation (JASSO) Scholarship is available to students going to Japan on exchange. The scholarship provides students with a monthly stipend of 80,000 yen. The scholarship is very limited and is only offered by select Japanese universities each year.
More information on the JASSO scholarship is available at http://www.jasso.go.jp/scholarship/short_term_e.html
This scholarship is established by the Singapore International Chamber of Commerce (SICC) to assist deserving full-time SMU undergraduate students to spend a semester of study in overseas universities. Please click here for more details.
Funded by a generous grant from Victor and Willam Fung Foundation, the Fung Scholarships are available for outstanding full-time local undergraduates at SMU proceeding for an exchange in overseas universities, as well as outstanding students from universities in China on exchange to SMU. The objective of the scholarships is to enrich the scholars' understanding in their field of study and expose them to different cultures and environment. Please click here for more details.
This scholarship is donated by an SMU Accountancy alumnus to support and motivate the University's exceptional talents in the School of Accountancy who are financially disadvantaged, and to spur them to greater heights of excellence. Please click here for more details.
The Temasek Foundation LEaRN Programme 2016 @ SMU is funded by the Temasek Foundation. The programme has a unique twin objectives of developing a global outlook through overseas studies combined with active community involvement and contribution to social causes. Please click here for more details.
The Eurex Asia Scholarship is established by Eurex Frankfurt AG, Singapore Branch. It seeks to support deserving full-time SMU undergraduates embarking on overseas exchange programmes with SMU partner universities in Germany. Please click here for more details.
The SMU Overseas Student Programme (OSP) Loan Scheme allows Singaporean students to gain international exposure and develop a global mind-set through participation in relevant programmes such as the International Student Exchange Programme and the Summer Study Programme approved by SMU. Please click here for more details.
The application form and a checklist can be downloaded via OASIS > Personal & Finances.
The US-Singapore Summer Exchange Scholarship Programme was announced during Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s Official Visit to the US from 31 July to 3 August 2016. It commemorates the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Singapore and the US in 2016. The scholarship programme seeks to strengthen the excellent relations between Singapore and the US by deepening people-to-people ties. The scholarship programme will promote greater interaction and mutual understanding between the next generation of Singaporeans and Americans, by allowing recipients to attend a university summer exchange programme in each other’s countries.
The scholarship programme is jointly funded by the Government of Singapore and US companies and organisations, which include Applied Materials, Becton Dickinson, Mastercard and Micron Foundation. Over the course of five years, a total of 50 Singapore and 50 US recipients will receive the scholarship, which will provide funding support for recipients to attend a university summer exchange programme in each other’s countries. Each scholarship recipient will receive funding support capped at S$10,000, which covers tuition/programme fees, accommodation, airfare and a subsistence allowance.
For more information, please click here: https://www.smu.edu.sg/US-Singapore_Summer_Exchange_Scholarship_Programme