Scholarships for Current Undergraduates (List of Scholarships)

Administered by NTU Office of Admissions & Financial Aid

 

Descriptions

China Precision Scholarship
The China Precision Scholarship is made possible through the donation of Mr Zhang Zhongliang. Mr Zhang was awarded Nanyang Outstanding Young Alumni Award in 2006.

From young, Mr Zhang already knew that education was the key to financial riches. In 1990, using the technical knowledge he gained in his university days in Ningbo City, he started a factory manufacturing electronic regulator components. Soon, he was supplying to brand-name manufacturers. As his business expanded, he took a Master of Business Administration (Nanyang EMBA) course at NTU and graduated in 2005. His company which was listed earlier this year with the Singapore Stock Exchange now employs 4,000 workers.

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CJ Koh Scholarship
The Scholarship was established in 2007 by Mr Ong Tiong Tat, executor of Koh Choon Joo's estate, in conjunction with Mr Koh's 10th death anniversary. The late Mr Koh or C J Koh, as he was fondly known, was a lawyer and philanthropist who passed away on 6 September 1997 at the age of 96. The Fund would support Singaporean and Permanent Resident undergraduate students of NTU. There is no restriction on the discipline of study.

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Columbia"Jireh" Scholarship
Kenneth Tan Jushin and Loo Hui Su graduated from NTU in 1992 and 1991 respectively. While pursuing their studies at NTU, they benefited from the support and kindness of organisations, friends, and family. And now through a donation to establish the Columbia Investment Partners Scholarship, they are in turn giving back to society by helping to open doors to opportunities that only education can provide.

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Dr Derek and Christina Goh Scholarship Fund
The Scholarship is open to Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents, in their final year of pursuing an undergraduate degree at the Nanyang Business School.
Applicants shall be considered based on strong academic results (CGPA – Average of 4.0 and above). Applicants who demonstrate strong leadership qualities and potential, possess excellent communication, presentation and interpersonal skills, with records of active participation in co-curricular activities (CCAs) and holding leadership positions will be strongly favoured.
The selected scholar will be required to serve an internship with Serial System Ltd.

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Ernst and Young Scholarship
The members of the Ernst & Young global organization help companies in businesses across all industries—from emerging growth companies to global powerhouses—deal with a broad range of business issues. The organization with 114,000 people in 140 countries around the globe pursue the highest levels of integrity, quality and professionalism to provide clients with a broad array of services relating to audit and risk-related services, tax, and transactions.

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Hee Chong Meo Scholarship Fund
The Hee Chong Meo Scholarship fund was established with the donation from the estate of Hee Hau Yong, in memory of the late Mr Hee Jau Yong.

The late Mr Hee Jau Yong graduated in 1975 with a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) degree from Nanyang University. To his family and friends, Mr Hee was a filial and well-loved son, a dear brother, a gifted entrepreneur, and a good friend. To NTU, he was an accomplished alumnus with a heart for his alma mater. The donation will perpetuate the importance that Mr Hee placed on education. This was a trait he inherited from his father, the late Mr Hee Chong Meo, after whom the fund is named. Each year, the gift from Mr Hee's estate will provide exceptionally talented NTU students with scholarships, spurring them on to greater heights of academic excellence.

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Hi-P International Limited Scholarship
Founded in 1980, Hi-P International Limited celebrates 29 years of outstanding achievements. From a small tool-maker, Hi-P is today a leading supplier of electro-mechanical modules to the telecommunications, consumer electronics and computing industries. Hi-P international Limited diversified service offering ranges from industrial and product design, manufacture, assembly, ancillary value –added services such as surface decoration finishing and precision metal stamping as well as turnkey contract manufacturing. From the manufacturing facilities and offices across the world, the company serves several global industry leaders.

Headquartered in Singapore, Hi-P has an extensive footprint with 25 manufacturing plants globally. They are located in Singapore, the People's Republic of China (seven sites), Mexico, Thailand and Poland. Hi-P also has marketing and engineering-support centres in the USA, Finland and Germany.

The fund is intended to support Singapore Citizen or Singapore Permanent Residents and Foreigners pursuing an undergraduate education at the Nanyang Business School, NTU.

 



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IndecoScholarship / Indeco Sports Scholarship
Indeco Consultants Pte Ltd was formerly operating under the name of INDECO. Its name has been changed to Indeco Consortium on 16 August 2001 and is now a subsidiary of CPG Corporation.

It provides design consultancy as well as design and build (D&B) services. It has the expertise and experience of undertaking design and development of university campuses, research buildings, sports, recreational and training facilities, residential and industrial buildings, healthcare and life sciences facilities, airports and infrastructure works. As part of the CPG Corporation, it is able to call on the vast and diverse pool of professional, technical and managerial expertise in the organization to help clients extract value from a truly integrated design and construct package. This year, on top of the Indeco Scholarship, Indeco Consortium would like to offer the Indeco Sports Scholarship to outstanding sportsman or sportswoman as well. Undergraduates who are passionate in any form of sports, have represented NTU in any form of International or National sporting events and brought glory and honour to the University are welcome to apply.

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Infineum Singapore – NTU School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Scholarship Fund 
The Scholarship was established by Infineum Singapore Pte Ltd, and is open to Singapore Citizens or Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree at School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering.
Applicants shall be considered based on strong academic results, and internship with Infineum is preferred.
Infineum is a world leader in the formulation, manufacturing and marketing of petroleum additives for lubricants and fuels. Established in January 1999, Infineum is a joint venture of two of the most venerable names in lubricants and fuels, ExxonMobil and Shell.

 

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Isetan Foundation Scholarship
Isetan Foundation was established in 1981 as a channel for Isetan (Singapore) Limited to fulfill Isetan's philosophy of being part of the community in which the group operates. Isetan Foundation has contributed to numerous charitable organizations and projects since its inception. The Isetan Foundation Scholarship was set up because the Foundation appreciates the important role that NTU plays in equipping young and promising Singaporeans with the necessary skills to help the nation face the future challenges of a knowledge-based economy.

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Kerry Riza Scholarship Fund 
The Kerry Riza Scholarship Fund is open to undergraduate students at the Nanyang Business School. Applicants shall be considered based on their academic performance, and priority will be given to financially-needed students.
 

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Khoo Hock Tin University Scholars Programme Fund
The Khoo Hock Tin University Scholars Programme Fund was established through a gift of $150,000 in 2012 and a top-up of $13,500 in 2013. The gift by philanthropist Khoo Hock Tin enables $15,000 to be awarded annually to an outstanding third- or fourth-year Singapore citizen or permanent resident undergraduate student at NTU.

The student must maintain a minimum CGPA of 4.0, with preference given to students facing financial need. The awardee needs to already have been admitted into the NTU University Scholars Programme.

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Khoo Teck Quee Scholarship
The scholarship was set up by Mr Khoo Hock Tin. It is open to 2nd and 3rd year current matriculated undergraduate students of Nanyang Technological University regardless of course and year of study.

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Khoo Teck Quee TCM Scholarship Fund
The Khoo Teck Quee TCM Scholarship Fund was established in 2012 through a gift of $100,000 by philanthropist Khoo Hock Tin in honour of his late father.

The Khoo Teck Quee TCM Scholarship Fund makes possible the award of one scholarship annually to a Singapore citizen or permanent resident enrolled in the Bachelor of Medicine (Chinese Medicine) programme at NTU's School of Biological Sciences. Students with financial need will be given preferential consideration.

The Khoo Teck Quee TCM Scholarship Fund awardee receives $7,500 annually for the first three years of study, with the award quantum increasing to $13,250 annually in the fourth and fifth years.

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Lam Research Scholarship Fund
The Lam Research Scholarship Fund is open to all undergraduates pursuing a degree in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, School of Materials Science and Engineering, School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, or the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (excluding students from Aerospace Engineering).
Applicants shall be considered based on strong academic results with a minimum of GPA 4.0.
As a leading supplier of wafer fabrication equipment and services to the global semiconductor industry, Lam Research Corporation develops innovative solutions that help their customers build smaller, faster, more powerful, and more power-efficient electronic devices—the kind that are driving the proliferation of technology into our everyday lives.

 

 

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Max Lewis Scholarship
The Max Lewis Scholarship Fund was established by the late Mrs Garcia Diana Margharita Lewis in loving memory of her late husband, Mr Max Lewis.
Mr Lewis rose from the ranks at beverage giant Fraser & Neave, beginning his career by washing bottles before becoming eventually its General Manager and Director until 1970 when he passed away.
The Max Lewis Scholarships are awarded to Singaporean citizens and permanent residents pursuing an education in any discipline at one of Singapore's institutes of higher learning and who have demonstrated commendable academic performance.

 

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Meinhardt Scholarship
Meinhardt (Singapore) is one of the leading international consultancies in Singapore.

Meinhardt (Singapore) Pte Ltd is an integral part of the Meinhardt International Group. The Group principally provides multi-disciplinary integrated engineering services under one roof in the areas of Civil, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, Hydraulic, Land and Air Transportation, Marine, Infrastructure and related engineering disciplines. The Group also provides principal consultancy, project management and planning services related to engineering projects. The Meinhardt Group commenced operations in Australia in 1955 and Singapore branch office in 1974, quickly expanding its boundaries to other countries in the region. Today, the Group maintains 27 permanent offices worldwide throughout Asia Pacific region, Middle East, UK and USA. Meinhardt International and Meinhardt Asia are incorporated in Singapore whilst the Group's head offices are located in Melbourne, Australia.

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Micron Foundation Scholarship
Endowed with gifts from Micron Technology, Inc., the Micron Foundation's mission is to develop effective programs that promote math, science, and engineering education; and to participate in activities that address the priorities and concerns of the communities where Micron employees live and work. Outreach, grants, innovation, and collaboration are key elements in reaching our goals.

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Mitsubishi Corporation International Scholarship
Mitsubishi Corporation (MC) is Japan's largest general trading company (sogo shosha) with over 200 bases of operations in approximately 80 countries worldwide. Together with its over 500 group companies, MC employs a multinational workforce of approximately 60,000 people. MC has long been engaged in business with customers around the world in virtually every industry, including energy, metals, machinery, chemicals, food and general merchandise.

MC seeks to contribute to the enrichment of society through business firmly rooted in principles of fairness and integrity.

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Monetary Authority of Singapore Undergraduate Award

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) was formed on 1 January 1971 with the mission to promote sustained non-inflationary growth of the economy as well as foster a sound and progressive financial services sector. The objectives of MAS are as follows:

  • To conduct monetary policy and issue currency, and to manage the official foreign reserves and theissuance of government securities
  • To supervise the banking, insurance, securities and futures industries, and develop strategies in partnership with the private sector to promote Singapore as an international financial centre
  • To build a cohesive and integrated organization of excellence


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Nexia Ts Public Accounting Corporation Scholarship
The Nexia TS Public Accounting Corporation Scholarship, established by Nexia TS Public Accounting Corporation, is aimed at encouraging undergraduates pursuing the degree of Accountancy at the Nanyang Business School, NTU to achieve academic excellence in their studies. The scholarship is opened to full-time second-year undergraduate students in Accountancy.

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NORDEN Shipping Scholarship
Dampskibsselskabet NORDEN A/S is an independent shipping company incorporated in Denmark and listed on NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen A/S as a part of the OMXC20 index. The market capitalisation at 12 May 2011 was DKK 7.8 billion. NORDEN was founded in 1871, making it one of Denmark's oldest internationally operating shipping companies. NORDEN operates in dry cargo and tankers worldwide.
The management focus is long term and is based on NORDEN's vision, mission and values. The goal is for NORDEN to continuesly develop for the benefit of its stakeholders and to achieve stable. reasonable earnings.

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NTU Class of 1985 Scholarship
The Scholarship was established in conjunction with NTU Class of 1985 20th Anniversary Celebration in 2005, through a series of fundraising activities. The effort by the NTU Class of 1985 set a new tradition of giving back to the university. The Scholarship would support deserving engineering undergraduate students of NTU.

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Professional Engineers Board Scholarship
The Professional Engineers Board (PE Board) is a statutory board in the Ministry of National Development. PE Board was established since 1971 under the Professional Engineers Act.

The Mission is to safeguard life, property, and welfare of the public by setting and maintaining high standard for registering professional engineers, and by regulating and advancing the practice of professional engineering. Through the scholarship scheme, PE Board aims to promote learning and education in connection with engineering. Click here for more information.

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RH Scholarship
The scholarship was set up by Mr Wang Hairong. It is open to all current matriculated undergraduate students of Nanyang Technological University regardless of course and year of study.

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Seow Kim Peow – Teambuild Scholarship
The Seow Kim Peow – Teambuild Scholarship was established by Teambuild Construction Pte Ltd, and is open to Singapore Citizens and PRC Citizens, pursuing an undergraduate education in their 3rd year at the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Applicants shall be considered based on strong academic results (average of 3.5 and above for overall GPA, Polytechnic or GCE 'A' Levels for 1st year students). Candidates who possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills; demonstrate strong leadership qualities and potential; and have active participation in co-curricular activities (CCAs) and holding leadership positions will be strongly favoured.
The selected scholar will be required to serve an internship with Teambuild Construction Pte Ltd.
Starting with only 2 staff handling small projects & sub-contracting works, Teambuild has grown into a multi-disciplinary organisation with subsidiaries providing architectural, structural, electrical and steel fabrication work with a total staff strength of more than 200. 

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Shanghai Book Company Scholarship
Singapore's oldest bookstore, the Shanghai Book Company has played a critical role in promoting the Chinese culture and an indigenous identity in South-east Asia. The bookstore used to be a favourite haunt of many Singaporeans, having satisfied the literary cravings of a whole generation of Nanyang University students, with its extensive collection of Chinese books.

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Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Foundation (SCCCF)
Business Scholarship / Chinese Studies Scholarship
Established in 1906, the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Foundation (SCCCF) is an internationally renowned business organisation and the apex body of the Chinese business community in Singapore. It is the founder of the biennial World Chinese Entrepreneurs Convention (WCEC) and the World Chinese Business Network (WCBN), a global online business portal (www.wcbn.com.sg). It plays a proactive role in representing the interests of the local business community and contributing to the economic, educational, cultural and community development in Singapore. In its continued drive for service excellence, the SCCCF has consistently maintained its ISO certification standard in membership service since 1995.

The SCCCF has a membership network of about 120 trade associations and 4,000 corporate entities including large financial and business organisations, multinational corporations, government-linked companies, small and medium enterprises from a wide spectrum of trades and industries. These members together provide vast resources and opportunities which enable the SCCCF to develop an influential global Chinese business network for business, education, culture and community development. In return, they share a strong sense of pride and identity together and benefit immensely from the SCCCF's membership services, facilities and activities.

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Tan Guk Eng Scholarship
Tan Guk Eng Scholarship is made possible through the donation of Mr Tan Kim Seng's family business, Kim Seng Holdings, in memory of his father. Mr Tan, the Chairman & Managing Director of Kim Seng Holdings, was a graduate of Nanyang University. He was also a recipient of the Nanyang Alumni Achievement Award in 2007.

The same year he graduated from Nanyang University with a Bachelor of Science (Mathematics) in 1974, Mr Tan started an industrial hardware business before expanding to cater to the international oil and gas and petrochemical industries. The founder and former Executive Chairman of KS Energy Services Limited, Mr Tan oversaw the firm's business strategies and directions, leading to its listing on the SGX-SESDAQ in 1999 and the SGX Mainboard in 2002. Apart from his business interests, Mr Tan is an active grassroots figure. He is the Patron of the Hong Kah North Citizens' Consultative Committee and Member of the Fuhua Primary School Advisory Committee. Showing concern for the development of his alma mater, he readily stepped forward and established the Tan Guk Eng Scholarship to benefit the students from the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information.

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Tan Sri Dr Runme Shaw Scholarship
'The story of the Shaw Brothers is a success story of fairy tale proportions. The main ingredients in the successes of Runme and his brother, Run Run have been sheer business acumen and hard work.'

- Singapore Trade, May 22, 1969 Tan Sri Dr Runme Shaw, was Chairman and Founder of the Shaw Organisation (Singapore).

He passed away on 2nd March 1985 at the age of 88 .He is survived by his wife Peggy (23 June 1916-, Jiangsu) and sons Vee King and Vee Foong and daughters Doris, Vivian, Nora and Sylvia. Born in 1901 in the district of Zhenhai, Zhejiang, China, Tan Sri Dr Shaw was the third child in a family of seven children. As he once said of his family's economic status: 'We were not rich, but we were well to do'. He was named 'Runme' by his father as it meant 'kindness'. This was a trait which he lived up to in a lifetime of social service and philathropic acts. As a boy, Tan Sri Dr Shaw went to a traditional school in Shanghai where he studied Confucian classics and classical chinese literature. Soon after completing his secondary school, Tan Sri Dr Shaw started as a sales manager in his father's textile import and export company in Shanghai.

But his real interest lay in films. He joined his elder brother, Runde, who was then producing silent films as distribution manager. In 1924, Tan Sri Dr Shaw arrived by steamer to Singapore to establish a film and theatre business. Overcoming incredible odds and through sheer hard work, Tan Sri Dr Shaw and his brother, Sir Run Run Shaw, began to build their film business one brick at a time. By the post war years, their business had spread throughout Southeast Asia, Europe and North America, operating a chain of more than 160 cinemas as well as various commercial and residential property developments. In addition, the Shaw brothers also operated amusement parks and film production studios in Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong.

Over the years, Tan Sri Dr Runme Shaw chaired and served on numerous corporate boards outside of his own Shaw Organisation Group of Companies. He served on the Board of Singapore Turf Club, Fraser and Neave Ltd, Bank of Singapore, Shangri-la Hotel Ltd, Overseas Chinese Banking Corporation, Bukit Timah Saddle Club, Alliance Francaise, National St John's Council, National Kidney Foundation, Singapore Tourist Promotion Board, National Safety First Council, Singapore Association of Mental Health, Singapore National Heart Association, Singpoare National Olympic Council, Society for Aid to the Paralysed, Metropolitan YMCA, Young Men's Christian Association of Singapore and the Chinese Swimming Club. For his long service as Chairman of the Tourist Promotion Board, he was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal by the President of the Republic of Singapore.

Besides his business interests, Tan Sri Dr Runme was also a famous philanthropist. In 1957, he instituted the Shaw Foundation, which is a fund for charitable purposes in Singapore. Since its inception, the foundation has donated over US$150 million to various associations, schools and institutions. As Chairman of the Turf Club for 19 years, he turned the 'sport of kings' into a major source of funds for cardiac, cancer, liver and pediatric medical research, homes and orphanages, hospitals and associations for the disabled. For his lifetime of achievements, Tan Sri Dr Runme Shaw was bestowed with numerous decorations and honours including the title of Panglima Mangku Negara by the Yang di Pertuan Agong of Malaysia; the titles of Darjah Indera Mahkota Pahang and Dato Kurnia Perkasa by the Sultan of Pahang; Knight of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Italy, Order of the Holy Sepulchre by His Holiness Pope Paul VI, Grand Officer of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic by the Italian President and Officier de la Legion d' Honneur by the French Government.
He was an Associate Knight Officer of St John and the Honorary Member of the Academy of Medicine and the Diabetic Society of Singapore. He was also awarded a Doctor of Letters by the National University of Singapore and the Dag Hammarskjold award for his contribution towards the arts.

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Tan Sri Dr Tan Chin Tuan Scholarship

Tan Sri (Dr) Tan Chin Tuan, well-known for building the OCBC Group into a financial powerhouse in the 1950s to 1980s, was once described by the National Geographic magazine as the "emperor of finance".

The spectacular growth of the companies under his stewardship attests to this accolade. From when he became director to the year he retired from each company, shareholders' funds appreciated considerably in value.
Prior to Singapore's independence, Tan Sri was appointed Deputy President of the Legislative Council, the highest position held by a British subject of Chinese descent. He often took the colonial rulers to task for their arbitrary treatment of the Asians in Singapore, declaring that "in a democratic state, there can only be one law for those who govern and those who are governed."

In 1976, the Tan Chin Tan Foundation (TCTF) in Singapore was set up. Among his many philosophies in life, Tan Sri believed very much in leading a happy and purposeful life, and in sharing this happiness with the less fortunate. This became a basis from which the foundation conducts its activities, seeing to it that donations are wisely allocated to the deserving, and that there is a social outcome and multiplier effect to the funds given. The foundation continues to develop its niche in education and community services in Singapore and overseas. The foundation's scholarships are awarded to students who perform consistently well in their studies, are active in their co-curricular activities and share the passion to give back and contribute to the well-being of the society. A number of our scholars have also participated in TCTF's programmes to seek exposure in philanthropic and charity work.

Tan Sri remained active in giving back to the community until his passing away at the age of 98 in 2005.

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Tan Teo Scholarship
The Tan Teo Scholarship is established from the funds of the Tan Teo Charitable Foundation for deserving students with outstanding academic records. This is made possible by NTU alumni Mr Tan Chade Meng and his wife who benefited from an education in NTU and wanted to give the gift of opportunity to current and future students.

2 scholarships will be offered for the academic year 2007-08, with 1 scholarship opened to undergraduate NTU student in the School of Computer Engineering only. The other scholarship shall be opened to undergraduate NTU student in any discipline. Applicants shall be considered based on their academic and ECA performance. Those who demonstrate strong creativity and a passionate concern for humanity will be strongly favored.

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Tanlaw Foundation Scholarship
The Tanlaw Foundation Scholarship was established at NTU in 2008 with a gift from the Tanlaw Foundation, a charitable trust supporting education and the handicapped. Each year, one scholarship valued at $8,000 is awarded to an undergraduate at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information.

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Tanoto Scholarship
Tanoto Scholarship was established from the donations received from Tanoto Foundation in 2007. Tanoto Foundation is founded by prominent business leader and philanthropist Sukanto Tanoto and his family in 2001. The scholarship offered is for the pursuit of a full-time undergraduate degree programme leading to a first degree in Wee Kim Wee School of Communications & Information in Nanyang Technology University (NTU) only.

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The Prudential Scholarship 
The Prudential Scholarship is open to Singapore Citizens, pursuing an undergraduate degree in Banking and Finance, Marketing, Accounting or Business Administration at the Nanyang Business School.
Applicants shall be considered based on strong academic results (average of 3.5 and above for overall GPA, Polytechnic or GCE 'A' Levels for 1st year students).
Candidates who possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills, demonstrate strong leadership qualities and potential, have active participation in co-curricular activities (CCAs) and hold leadership position will be strongly favoured.
The selected scholar may be required to serve an internship with Prudential Assurance Company Singapore (Pte) Ltd.
Prudential Singapore, an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of UK-based Prudential plc, is one of the top life insurance companies in Singapore. The company's focus is to bring well-rounded financial solutions to customers through their multi-channel distribution network, with product offerings in Protection, Savings and Investment.

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The Serial System Scholarship 
The Serial System Scholarship is open to Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree in their 3rd year at the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
Applicants shall be considered based on strong academic results (CGPA – Average of 4.0 and above). Applicants who demonstrate strong leadership qualities and potential, possess excellent communication, presentation and interpersonal skills, with records of active participation in co-curricular activities (CCAs) and holding leadership positions will be strongly favoured.
The selected scholar will be required to serve an internship with Serial System Ltd.
Established in 1988 and listed on the Main Board of the Singapore Stock Exchange since July 2000, Serial System has developed a synergistic global network that is built on strong partnerships with its suppliers and customers. In 2013, Serial System celebrated its 25th anniversary by crossing the S$1 billion revenue mark, making it the largest electronic components distributor listed in Singapore.

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The SCAL Scholarship

The Singapore Contractors Association Ltd (SCAL), formed in 1937, has grown in strength and representation and is the official representative body of the construction industry in Singapore with over 2,800 members. 

As a voice of the construction industry, SCAL is represented in all important policy making committees of government and professional agencies.  SCAL often is consulted for opinion and feedback on issues pertaining to the construction industry. 

Works carried out by members of the Association accounts for more than 75% of the projects within the industry in Singapore. Some of these projects include residential buildings, hi-tech industrial & commercial buildings, MRT stations, ports, tunnels, civil works, drainage, sewerage works and many others.

The SCAL Scholarship is open to all undergraduate students at the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering.  Recipients will be required to serve internship and attachment with SCAL or its affiliated members. 

In our continuous efforts in championing the industry, SCAL hopes to see a sustained generation of builders and engineers through collaborations with various higher-learning institutions and academies. 

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Thye Hong Scholarship Fund
The Thye Hong Scholarship Fund is open to Malaysian Citizens, Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents pursuing an undergraduate degree programme in Civil Engineering.
Applicants shall be considered on strong academic results; and must not have commenced, be involved in or completed internship/ work attachment at the time of application. Successful applicants have to spend a period of attachment/ internship in Lian Ho Lee Construction Pte Ltd or its designated companies. Applicants must also demonstrate the commitment to continue with their tertiary education at NTU upon receiving the award.

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WeR1 Scholarship
The essence of communications is to create Trust. Any organization needs to build trust in order to win more customers, improve relationships with business partners, and attract and retain talent. For a listed company, a higher level of trust - helped by an increased profile to target audiences - often also translates into higher shareholder value.

Founded in 1998, WeR1 Consultants helps organizations create and build trust through communications to target audiences. To communicate the right message to the right people.

With consultants who possess vast experience in media and finance, WeR1 specialize in Investor Relations/Financial PR for listed corporations, Technology PR and Events Management services.

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Woh Hup Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1927, Woh Hup began humbly as a one-man business in Malaya. Today, it is Singapore's largest privately owned construction and civil engineering specialist, with a dedicated 1,000-strong workforce, and a body of work spanning many of Singapore's most notable and iconic developments.

At the heart of the four-generation family-run business lies a proud heritage of industry, integrity and enterprise, focused on creating lasting value for clients, improving quality and safety standards on every project, and maximising opportunities for employees to achieve their career potential.

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