The Lee Foundation
As a student of the arts, you may apply for a grant from one of Singapore’s most established philanthropic organisations, The Lee Foundation. For more information and to apply, contact (+65) 6535 4055/ 6535 7355.
The Shaw Foundation
Among the strongest supporters of the arts, The Shaw Foundation offers grants of varying amounts to students like yourself. For more information and to apply, call (+65) 6235 2077.
Central Provident Fund (CPF) Education Scheme
The CPF Education Scheme is a loan scheme. The total amount withdrawn for tuition fees plus accrued interest has to be repaid in full with cash. Repayment will start one year after date of graduation or date of leaving the institution, whichever is earlier.
Students taking a full-time government subsidised course leading to a diploma or degree may apply for a loan from your own or your parent’s CPF savings to pay your tuition fees.
For students who are already under CPF Scheme for current semester, the College will inform the students to submit the following documents before the submission due date:
- A copy of CPF Education Statement showing the available balance of the CPF member;
- The completed and signed LASALLE INTERNAL CONTROL FORM FOR CPF/PSEA CLAIM form.
Please ensure there are sufficient funds in the member’s CPF account. Any failure to provide the above required information to Finance Counter by the due date will result in non payment of the school fees which the students will be liable for the late fee of S$100.
For more information, visit CPF's website or call 1800 227 1188.
NTUC Thrift & Loan Co-operative Education Loan Scheme
If you are a member of the NTUC Thrift & Loan Co-operative, NTUC Union or an NTUC Income Life policy-holder, you may borrow up to 90% of your tuition fees through this scheme. For more information, visit www.ntucthrift.com.sg; or call 6534 7360.
Mendaki Study Loan
As a Muslim, you may be eligible for the Loan for Fine Arts. This interest-free loan is open if you are pursuing a full-time diploma course. For more information, visit www.mendaki.org.sg; or call 6245 5817.
Bank Education Loan
You may obtain a loan from the various commercial banks. Contact them directly for more information on their respective study loans.
Post Secondary Education Account (PSEA) Scheme
As part of the Singapore Government’s efforts to encourage every Singaporean to complete his Post- Secondary Education, the PSEA scheme is opened automatically for all eligible Singaporeans. Students can withdraw the PSEA funds by submitting the PSEA Standing Order form to the Finance Counter located at Blk E Level 2. For more details or to print the Standing Order form, students can visit the PSEA website or obtain a copy of the standing order from the Finance Counter.
To check the balance in PSEA, call MOE’s Customer Service at (+65) 6260 0777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org