LASALLE is committed to providing a quality education for all our students and to ensuring that no deserving student is denied admissions because of financial difficulty. Needy students can apply for financial support, which will be offered if they meet the eligibility criteria. Students can apply online for financial support during the stipulated application period.
Please note that miscellaneous fees are not covered by scholarships, bursaries or the Mendaki Tertiary Tuition Fee Subsidy (TTFS).
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.
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.
Students can approach any of the commercial banks in Singapore which offer education loan packages. Without obligation, we are providing the following three which you may want to consider:
- DBS/POSBank’s Further Studies Assist (FSA) loan
- OCBC Bank’s FRANK Education Loan
- RHB Bank’s Education Loan
For further assistance on financial matters pertaining to your Fees, please contact the Division of Finance, located at Block E, Level 2 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
LASALLE Bursaries for Current Students
The LASALLE Bursary provides assistance to current MA students in financial need for them to continue their studies at the College.
- Singapore citizens
- Singapore Permanent Residents
- Current MA students who are eligible to progress to the next level of their studies in August 2016
- Non-recipients of any other scholarships / bursaries / financial aid/ sponsorships awarded by LASALLE or external organisations
- Good conduct & attendance
- Satisfactory academic performance
- Gross monthly per capita income (PCI) of S$1,700 & below
Value & Tenure
Up to a maximum of S$5,000 for entire course.
Bursary applications have closed for AY2016/2017.
This will reopen in June 2017 for current LASALLE students.
Please note that late or incomplete submissions will not be processed. Submission of an application does not guarantee any award of bursary.
LASALLE College of the Arts collects data on information given in bursary & scholarship applications. By submitting your personal data, you will be deemed to have consented to LASALLE collecting, using & disclosing your personal data for communication, administrative/academic purposes, research & statistical reporting (whether by LASALLE or a third party and whether initiated by LASALLE or any relevant government authority).
All information is correct at time of publication and is subject to changes.
Scholarships & Bursaries Frequently Asked Questions
There are other external schemes which LASALLE students may apply for to finance their studies. Enquiries and applications should be directed to the respective organisations.
Definition of Per Capita Income (PCI): Monthly household per capita income is computed based on total gross income of family members over the total number of members. Family members include immediate family members and non-immediate family members who are living together with the student.