Scholarships & Financial Support

List of Bursaries / Grants / Loans

Bursaries For New Students

  • Eligibility: Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents
  • Quantum: Up to S$5,000
  • Tenure: First Year of Studies
  • Application Period: Closed
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  • Eligibility: Singapore Citizens
  • Quantum: Up to S$10,000
  • Tenure: Maximum of Three Years
  • Application Period: Closed
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  • Eligibility: Singapore Citizens
  • Quantum: Up to S$10,000
  • Tenure: Maximum of Three Years
  • Application Period: Closed
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  • Eligibility: Singapore Citizens
  • Quantum: Up to S$5,000
  • Tenure: First Academic Year
  • Application Period: Closed
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  • Eligibility: Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents
  • Quantum: Up to S$5,000 for First Year of Studies
  • Tenure: Maximum of Three Years
  • Application Period:…
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Bursaries for current students

  • Eligibility: Singapore Citizens
  • Quantum: Up to S$5,000
  • Tenure: One Academic Year
  • Application Period: 3 June – 24 June 2019
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  • Eligibility: Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents
  • Quantum: Up to S$5,000
  • Tenure: One Academic Year
  • Application Period: 3 June – 24 June 2019
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  • Eligibility: Singapore Citizens
  • Quantum: According to Per Capita Income and Gross Household Income 
  • Tenure: One Academic Year
  • Application Period: 29 July - 7…
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  • Eligibility: Singapore Citizens
  • Quantum: According to Per Capita Income and Gross Household Income 
  • Tenure: One Academic Year
  • Application Period: 29 July - 7…
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Public Bursaries

Tertiary Tuition Fee Subsidy

Administered by Yayasan Mendaki, the Tertiary Tuition Fee Subsidy (TTFS) is for Singaporean Malay students who are pursuing their first full-time Diploma or BA(Hons) studies under the MOE Tuition Grant. Those with Malay as their first component race of a double-barrelled race (ie. Malay-Indian or Malay-Chinese) are also eligible for the scheme. The TTFS covers only tuition fees (either in full or partially). Students are liable for the balance of tuition fees (if applicable) as well as miscellaneous costs, student insurance and art materials.

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Sivadas – HEB (Hindu Endowment Board) Tertiary Fund

The Sivadas – HEB (Hindu Endowment Board) Tertiary Fund provides financial assistance to Singaporean or Permanent Residents Hindu students from low-­income families who are pursuing tertiary education.

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LBKM Bursary

Awarded by the Lembaga Biasiswa Kenangan Maulaud (LBKM), applications for bursaries open every June for Diploma or BA(Hons) students.

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AMP Education Bursary

Awarded by the Association of Muslim Professionals (AMP), this bursary is open to Singaporeans and Singapore Permanent Residents pursuing full-time Diploma or BA(Hons) studies at LASALLE.

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Singapore Buddhist Education Lodge Bursary

This one-year bursary offered by the Singapore Buddhist Lodge Education Foundation is open to all students pursing Diploma or BA(Hons) studies at LASALLE.

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CDC / CCC Bursary

Co-funded by the Singapore Government, Community Development Council (CDC) and Citizens’ Consultative Committee (CCC), the CCC/CDC-Arts Institution Bursary is awarded to Singapore citizens pursuing full-time Diploma or BA(Hons) studies at LASALLE.

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MOE Bursary

Singapore’s Ministry of Education (MOE) offers bursaries to Singaporean students who are pursuing full-time Diploma or BA(Hons) studies at LASALLE.

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Grants

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

Loans

CPF Education Scheme

The CPF Education Scheme is a loan scheme where 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 applying for the scheme, please apply online through the CPF website. The College will inform the students on the application date. For more information, visit CPF’s website or call 1800 227 1188.

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Mendaki Study Loan

As a Muslim student, 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 the website or call 6245 5817.

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Bank Education Loan

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

Post-Secondary Education Assistance (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 Ad Hoc Application for use of Post-Secondary Education Account Form to the Division of Finance located at Blk E Level 2. For more information, students can contact Finance at finance@lasalle.edu.sg or visit the PSEA website and obtain a copy of the form from us.

To check the balance in PSEA, call MOE’s Customer Service at (+65) 6260 0777 or email contact@moe.edu.sg

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 finance@lasalle.edu.sg

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