List of bursaries / grants / loans

The Ireland Funds Bursary

Provided with funding support by The Ireland Funds Singapore, the McNally Bursary is awarded to new BA(Hons) students who require financial assistance for their studies at LASALLE.

Bursary recipients from the Faculty of Fine Arts are required to produce and contribute one piece of artwork each to be included as part of the Silent Auction in the Emerald Ball fundraising event each year. Recipients from other faculties are required to commit their time and service to charity events organised by the Ireland Funds Singapore and channelled through LASALLE’s Division of Advancement.

  • Singapore citizens and permanent residents
  • Applicants must have been offered a place in a full-time programme for the August 2019 intake
  • Good conduct and satisfactory academic performance
  • Non-recipients of any other scholarships/bursaries/financial aid awarded by other organisations (except MOE Bursary or CDC/CCC Bursary)
  • Gross monthly per capita income (PCI) of S$1,500 and below
  • Keen interest to participate in voluntary work with the community and for charitable causes
Value and Tenure

Up to a maximum of S$5,000 for the first year of studies in LASALLE

Note: Eligible applicants will be considered for either the MOE Bursary or the CDC/CCC Bursary if they have not been shortlisted for the Ireland Funds Bursary.

Application Period

Application is now closed. Applicants will be notified of the outcome of award by end June 2019. The next application period will be opened in February 2020.


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