Programmes

BA(HONS)

Acting

Enrich your imagination, kinesthetic awareness and emotional sensitivity as a professional, multi-faceted actor.

This performance-based programme offers quality training in acting, voice and movement techniques, through the synthesis of theory and practice. You will graduate as a thinking, expressive, informed and creative actor, with the ability to work across genres, media and performance cultures.

Through classes, projects, workshops and productions, the programme develops your abilities to work in an ensemble environment, with awareness of your own imaginative resources. It prepares you for a career on stage and screen. You will gain experience through live performances and digitally-recorded performance opportunities, using professional quality facilities and equipment in the College’s three theatre venues, film studio and recording studio. 

The programme often collaborates with other schools within LASALLE, such as the Puttnam School of Film & Animation and the School of Contemporary Music; and with professional partners particularly in the development of new theatre works. These collaborations offer students a wider perspective on artistic practices across other schools and in the industry. 

You will participate in a variety of fully-mounted productions,  directed by both local and international professionals, in a range of classic and contemporary works that are innovative, authentic and thought-provoking.

Course Details

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Duration

3 years

Mode

Full Time

Modules
Level 1

You will consider the relationship between body, voice and mind, and develop physical presence. The unique feature of Level 1 is intensive stylistic workshops in traditional Asian performance forms.

Acting 1A (15 CU)
This module provides the foundation skills required for a stage performer through components in Acting, Voice and Script Analysis.

Acting
This component establishes the groundwork and understanding of what constitutes a reliable approach to acting, to be augmented over the three years of the programme. You will explore various concepts, physical and mental techniques associated with the Stanislavski system of actor training, and apply these through exercises, improvisations and scene studies.

Voice
Voice classes introduce a series of exercises and techniques designed to lay the foundation for a sound vocal instrument. You will be made aware of the importance of breath (support and release), resonance (balance and placement) and muscularity. Individual problem areas and habituated vocal patterns are identified, and specific vocal needs and capabilities explored. The foundation for clear vowels and consonants and flexible articulation is also established in exercises emphasising speech itself.

Script Analysis
Script analysis is the road map to an actor’s work. Actors make their acting choices from the knowledge given to them through script analysis, which keeps them on steady course with the writer's intentions. Analysing the script creates a blueprint of clear choices that allows the actor to fully embody the text by simultaneously engaging with it intellectually, emotionally and physically. Script analysis gives the actor a foundation to build on for character development, and provides the canvas to hone your acting skills and techniques.

Acting Techniques 1A (15 CU)
This module will encourage you to explore the following areas:

  • An activation of the actor's imagination
  • Awareness of your imaginative resources
  • A deep knowledge of the physical and emotional body
  • A visceral experience of character transformation
  • Rediscovering an uninhibited and innate sense of playfulness
  • The principles of “play”, the development of spontaneity and the stimulation of your awareness of others
  • Creative problem-solving through imagination and improvisation

This module provides practical classes in improvisation, to develop your imaginative resources, introducing you to the principles of play, developing spontaneity and stimulating an awareness of others. Movement classes heighten your understanding of your body as the performer’s instrument, extending your physical awareness and the potential for physical communication in space.

The work in this module emphasises the rigorous nature of actor training, and requires you to develop ways of integrating the elements taught. The practical study of performance techniques and methodologies from both Eastern and Western traditions will introduce you to how a body works in space and time. Through a variety of different approaches and classes, you will be encouraged to understand your habitual, physical and kinesthetic patterns, and how to free yourself of personal movement patterns. You will be introduced to qualitative research methods of recording and reflecting upon their creative process, through the construction of an e-portfolio.

Performance History and Analysis 1A (15 CU)
This module engages you through components in the History of World Theatre and in studies of Dramatic Literature. It provides you with the social, cultural and historical context to understand live theatre performances of today. You will gain an overview of European and Asian theatre, the history that informed the development of European and Asian theatre, and dramatic texts beginning from the early 19th century.

History of World Theatre
You will receive an overview of Western and Asian performance from early Greek and Roman theatre, through Medieval to the Restoration, Enlightenment to the Romantics era. Also included are instructions of early Indian, Chinese and South-east Asian performance traditions. Emphasis is given to the ideas and concepts, which have influenced the art and craft of acting, thereby encouraging an understanding of the interplay between practice and theory.

Dramatic Literature
This component engages you in the study and analysis of Dramatic Literature, providing in-depth analysis of dramatic texts, as well as examining genres, themes and ideas that inform advances in critical thinking. You will gain an understanding of how to read, analyse and discuss dramatic texts. The focus of this component is on the classics of European dramatic literature and major playwrights, studied in relation to theatre history. You wil concentrate on small sections of text from a range of plays, and the focus is on developing your ability to extract useful and accurate information, as well as make connection between script and practical application for performance.

General Studies
This component will introduce you to subjects that sit outside your usual frame of reference, and will provide you with a more robust and rounded education.

Asian Theatre Project (15 CU)
This module facilitates the understanding and acquisition of the appropriate performance vocabularies, skills, structures and working methods.

The practical application and integration of acting, improvisation, voice, movement skills and contextual studies manifests through a small classroom showing that emphasises narrative, character, voice and physicality.

The projects, which focus on Asian Theatre and methodologies, require elements that allow you to apply class-work and further develop work methods within rehearsal deadlines. Work is expected to be courageous and dynamic, vivid and theatrical, for sincerity, imagination, involvement and full-blooded application to the moment.

Performance opportunities remain in the studio, in the context of masterclasses, workshops, and/or project presentations.

Acting 1B (15 CU)
This module builds on the elementary skills taught in Acting and Voice from the module in Semester 1 to give you a more comprehensive understanding of the techniques available to them. You will be exposed to different approaches to Acting, giving you a more comprehensive understanding of the techniques available to you. This may include the critical exploration and practical studies of approaches such as Uta Hagen’s concept of working on self in order to identify character, the essentials of the Stella Adler technique, and the interchange between the performer’s conscious and subconscious resources as outlined in Declan Donnellan’s The Actor and The Target, and others.

You will discover the interdependence of voice and body, and be introduced to the anatomy and physiology of the voice, as well as to health and care of voice, together with warm up and articulation exercises. Awareness of the importance of breath (support and release), resonance (balance and placement) and muscularity will be emphasised. You will also begin the study of phonetics as a preparation for later accent and dialect work. 

You will work beyond linear understanding and personalisation, into deeper explorations of character and characterisation. The module explores the tools and elements used in the act of observation, applied research, and making of physical and vocal adjustments in pursuit of distinctive and dimensional characterisations. You will be exposed to more complex physical entry points for characterisation, as well as continue to build your strength, flexibility, spatial awareness, endurance and physical dexterity.

Acting Techniques 1B (15 CU) 
This module further develops your skills by employing techniques from different performance traditions and training systems. Through practical exercises and study of these techniques, you will extend your physical, interpretive and creative capabilities as a performer. 

You will activate your physical awareness and develop your overall ability to communicate non-verbally. You will address areas like centeredness, alignment and connection through the body, thereby developing your body-space and kinetic awareness. You will continue to record and reflect upon your creative process through your e-portfolio.

Performance History and Analysis 1B (15 CU) 
This module engages you through components in the History of World Theatre and in studies of Dramatic Literature. It provides you with the social, cultural and historical context to understand live theatre performances of today. You will gain an overview of modern European, American and Asian theatre, and the history that informed the development of modern dramatic texts.

History of World Theatre
You will receive an overview of Western performance from late 19th century developments reflecting Stanislavski and the birth of modern theatre, together with 20th century theatre and contemporary theatre practice, particularly in Europe, North America and Asia. Emphasis is given to the ideas and concepts which have influenced the art and craft of acting, thereby encouraging an understanding of the interplay between practice and theory.

Dramatic Literature
This component engages you in the study and analysis of Dramatic Literature, provides in-depth analysis of dramatic texts, as well as examines genres, themes and ideas that inform advances in critical thinking. You will extend your understanding of how to read, analyse and discuss dramatic texts. The focus of this component is on the classics of European, Asian and North American dramatic literature and major playwrights, studied in relation to theatre history from the late 19th century through the 20th century and into the 21st century. You will concentrate on small sections of text from a range of plays, with a focus on developing your ability to extract useful and accurate information, and make connection between script and practical application for performance. This component provides the groundwork for the actor’s ability to transform text into performance.

General Studies
This component will introduce you to subjects that sit outside your usual frame of reference, and will provide you with a more robust and rounded education.

Performance 1B (15 CU) 
This module builds upon the fundamentals laid down in Performance 1A.

The practical application and integration of acting, improvisation, voice, movement skills and contextual studies continues through the culmination of two small-scale performances. The first production may be a non-text based work that extends you physically in a small showing; while the second production will a text-based work which will further develop your ability to construct authentic, credible characters in work presented in one of the theatre venues.

The projects require elements which allow you to apply class-work and further develop work methods within rehearsal deadlines. Work is expected to be courageous and dynamic, vivid and theatrical, for sincerity, imagination, involvement and full-blooded application to the moment.

Level 2

You will reinforce the interdependence between the elements that make up the actor’s process. You are guided on a personal work method, through continuous engagement with productions. You will also have the option to undertake a semester of overseas student exchange to gain a global perspective and enrich your learning experience.

Acting 2A (15 CU)
This module begins to develop your work methodology by exploring a range of acting and voice techniques, and applying these to increasingly complex texts and performance forms.

The module explores the tools and elements used in the act of observation, applied research, and making of physical and vocal adjustments in pursuit of distinctive and dimensional characterisations. The actors’ technical skills in naturalism are further enhanced. Honesty of performance is continually tested through the demands of acting for the camera. You will also engage with the classical texts, imaginary and complex language structures, such as Shakespeare’s plays, which require complexity of character and depth in the human experience.

Character voice is the primary focus, while resonance, vocal placement and support continue to be addressed. You will discover a connection to language, words and rhetoric, the importance of oracy, and an awareness of the three-dimensional physical muscularity of body/vocal tract and language/image. Using heightened texts, you will learn to trust the instincts and needs of the character, rather than the intellectual presentation of the language, poetry and style of the play. You will begin to explore various accents. There is also an emphasis on the physical awareness and experience of sound distinction, and the ability to discern subtle changes in vocally articulated sounds. 

Performance History and Analysis 2A (15 CU)
This module includes a more specific study and exploration of the development of Musical Theatre. You will examine musical theatre and its history, as well as evolvement through discussions and research. The analysis, evaluation and assessment of text, lyrics, music and context of the seminal works, and their creators, provide a secure knowledge base for performance.

Continued examination of Dramatic Literature provides further analytical insights into both the literature and its writers.

This module further examines different periods and styles in Western and non-Western theatre – giving context, where possible, to the texts used in the performance modules. In conjunction with an overview of contemporary theatre practice, they also discuss the ‘isms’, and movements/forms such as Epic, Absurd and Post-Modern.

Analysis of performance texts takes the works of major playwrights from different periods and studies the distinctive features that identify particular periods and styles. You wil engage creatively and critically in independent research. In seminars, attention is placed on performance texts from the region and the cultural frameworks that surround the performance texts.

Acting 2B (15 CU)
You will continue to develop an individual work methodology in this module. You will be exposed to contemporary acting methodologies and various acting styles, and are encouraged to synthesise your work with greater depth and acumen. You will work beyond linear understanding and personalisation, into deeper explorations of characters and characterisation. Voice work becomes more integrated into performance, along with a greater understanding of the actors’ body and movement. You will develop the capacity to apply accents to create characters, and will continue to develop both your speaking and singing voice, formulating a deeper connection between text, breath and sound.

Performance History and Analysis 2B (15 CU)
This module will provide an insight into the history and the development of film. Extensive exploration will be given to historic film cultures and practices, major cinematic movements, and their different and distinct structures. The study of film history will encompass cinema from its inception, through the studio era and present day. A series of weekly screenings provides a link between theory and practice.

In this module, you will also carry out supervised independent practice/artistic research on a topic of your predilection. The purpose is to educate you with the skills necessary to reflect upon your training and artistic practice, in order to formulate a coherent inquiry into the specific practical and theoretical lineages and their complexities. You will experiment with a comprehensive set of practice-based and practice research skills and methods. Topics covered include: (1) the framing, justification, and articulation of a practice/artistic research project, (2) documentation and presentation of research outputs, and (3) mechanisms of dissemination and of bridging research and professional practice. This component prepares students for the Dissertation module in Level 3.

Interdisciplinary Project 
Interdisciplinarity is a key principle of a LASALLE arts education. Exploration of interdisciplinarity in your creative practice will provide you with the platform to work across disciplinary boundaries, and explore new ways of developing ideas, concepts and practices.

In this module, you will be required to undertake an interdisciplinary project. You will have the opportunity to work with team members from different programmes and disciplines on a common project brief. As a team, you will learn to integrate knowledge and skills from various disciplines to produce new insights and/or outcomes.

Level 3

You will operate as a theatre company, with ensemble members comprising final-year students experiencing a range of roles, styles, genres and disciplines. Your studies integrate practice with theory in a research topic of your choice, which can incorporate practice-based creation and investigation. You refine your art form with a strong focus on your individual strengths.

Industry and Community Engagement (20 CU) 
This module is designed to enable you to broaden your knowledge of the cultural and creative industries by placing you, as a learning professional, within a professional work environment. The aim of the module is to help you develop work-related knowledge, skills and capabilities, prepare you to pursue opportunities in fields relating to your study, and expose you to a diverse set of professional trajectories. You will map your acquired skills, interests and aspirations against current (and future) opportunities in the cultural and creative industries, while putting to practice skills and knowledge gained in the classroom. You are required to attend various industry preparation workshops, such as resume-writing, interview skills, and etc., as part of this module.

In fulfilment of this module, you can choose one of the following options: 

Option A: Industry-based Internship(s)
You will independently source and apply for internship opportunities. You are required to identify your interest and career-trajectory. These opportunities should be in an organisation where the job functions are related to your discipline. 

The internship may be with a single organisation or an accumulation of short-term work with different companies, to accumulate the minimum 200 hours of on-the-job training. The internship may be spread across a number of days/weeks and need not be a full-time position. Where possible, you are encouraged to go beyond the minimum hours in order to showcase your talent and abilities, which will aid your quest for permanent employment and/or gain more opportunities to learn about the job and industry. 

All internships must be approved by the Programme Leader, prior to commencement, to align with learning aims and outcomes.

Option B: Negotiated Projects 
You will take a proactive and entrepreneurial approach to identify and create a niche for yourself, within the cultural and creative industries. You may undertake a combination of the following types of projects:

  • Industry Live Project: You can source for an industry project, or this can be facilitated through the programme.
  • Entrepreneurial Project: You may devise a business proposal and execute it. 
  • Community Engagement Project: You can engage with a community of your preference, and develop and execute an initiative for them. 
  • Short-term internship (about 100 hours)

To ensure that you fulfil the learning outcomes of this module, all proposals and short-term internship opportunities must be discussed and approved by the Programme Leader.

Graduation Performance (60 CU) 
This module accustoms you to the environment and practices clearly aligned with those of a professional theatre company. The interdependence of all of the actor’s process is stressed, and you are expected to create work that has the efficiency and deftness of professional acting. This module extends your experience of theatre in full-length, fully mounted production(s) of contemporary plays in roles best suited to your unique qualities. You are expected to adapt your working methods to meet specific vocal, physical and technical demands of the different spaces and audiences, with assurance.

The repertoire moves to contemporary plays selected to celebrate and promote the graduating students as intelligent young artists in touch with contemporary issues in the real world. These complement and balance the range of roles and productions in which you have already performed.

The productions will always draw upon contemporary and cutting-edge practices which are being employed in Singapore, Asia and the rest of the world. You will continue your professional development by engaging in mock-auditions with industry professionals, screen tests, voiceover work and finally the construction of a showreel. These demonstrations and projects will ensure that you are provided with the best opportunity to be industry-ready, enabling you to promote yourself following graduation.

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Learning methods

Attend lectures, seminars, practical presentations, class participation, rehearsals and masterclasses.

Assessment and course materials

Assessment is an integral part of the learning process and will be formative and diagnostic, as well as summative and evaluative. Feedback to students is provided, wherever appropriate.

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Internship

You will independently source and apply for internship opportunities. You are required to identify your interest and career trajectory. These opportunities should be in an organisation where the job functions are related to your discipline.

The internship may be with a single organisation or an accumulation of short-term work with different companies, to accumulate the minimum 200 hours of on-the-job training. The internship may be spread across a number of days/weeks and need not be a full-time position. Where possible, you are encouraged to go beyond the minimum hours in order to showcase your talent and abilities, which will aid your quest for permanent employment and/or help you gain more opportunities to learn about the job and industry.

All internships must be approved by the Programme Leader, prior to commencement, to align with learning aims and outcomes.

Programme completion criteria

Students need to accumulate 360 credits from Levels 1 (FHEQ 4), 2 (FHEQ 5) and 3 (FHEQ 6).

Student exchange

LASALLE is committed to providing our students with an international perspective and nurturing them to be global citizens. The opportunity for student exchanges will broaden your network and strengthen your ability to adapt and react to the global changing trends and environment.

“Wonderful. I met a lot of people I am still friends with. I really loved the lectures. The equipment and building are very good. I came to be exposed to another culture and I wasn't disappointed, since Singapore and LASALLE are so multicultural.” 
Exchange student, Pauline Marie Estelle Perrin, from Design Academy Eindhoven

"There are so many international students in LASALLE, thus I learned various design philosophies from them." 
Exchange student, Suzuko Asawa, from Tokyo University of the Arts

Outgoing Exchanges
Students enrolled in our BA(Hons) degree programmes will have the opportunity to go on a semester of overseas exchange with our selected partner institutions. The Student Exchange Elective module (60 credits) is an option for BA(Hons) degree students in Level 2, Semester 2. For more details on the eligibility criteria and the application process, please login to the Learning Portal. For more information or assistance, please email us.  

Incoming Exchanges
LASALLE welcomes reciprocal student exchanges from our partner institutions. Students in our partner institutions can identify a cognate programme from our list of 13 BA(Hons) degree programmes and join us for a semester. Please refer to our academic calendar here.

Deadlines for Incoming Exchange Applications
15 May – Semester 1 intake
15 October – Semester 2 intake

Eligibility
You will need to be an enrolled student from one of our partner institutions. As English is our language of instruction, incoming exchange students from a non-English medium partner institution are expected to have IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL (PBT 550 / CBT 213 / IBT80).

Please fill up our online incoming exchange student form here. You will be contacted by our staff regarding more details on the application process. For more information or assistance, please email us. You may refer to our International Student Guide for information about visa application, accommodation and the expenses for living in Singapore.

Career paths

Make an impact as:
Actor in Plays, Film, Television and Radio

Or make your mark in a related career: 
Performer in Musicals, Events and Multimedia Productions, Theatre Director, Writer or Educator.

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Lecturer, BA(Hons) Acting
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Admission Information

Important Dates

  • Apply by: 16 November 2018
  • Application outcome will be announced by: 14 December 2018
  • Start of Semester: AY2019/2020

(Local Diploma graduates who apply for BA(Hons) programmes will be advised of their application outcomes in late May 2019).

Entry Requirements

ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS

Singapore
  • Singapore
  • Australia
  • Brunei
  • China (PRC)
  • European Baccalaureate
  • France
  • Germany
  • Hong Kong
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Japan
  • Malaysia
  • Myanmar
  • New Zealand
  • Philippines
  • ROC, Taiwan
  • Russia
  • South Korea
  • Sri Lanka
  • Thailand
  • United Arab of Emirates
  • United Kingdom
  • United States of America
  • Vietnam
Qualifications Remarks
Singapore-Cambridge GCE A-Level 2 A-Level/H2 subjects and a pass in General Paper
Local Polytechnic -
International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma -

Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL)
Minimum Requirements for Entry into a BA(Hons) Level 2 Programme

  • A relevant diploma in the field or discipline.
  • Your portfolio or audition must be exceptionally strong and demonstrate prior formal training in the relevant arts discipline. The transcript from your diploma course must demonstrate that you have read and passed the equivalents of essential LASALLE modules.

 


Alternative English Language Qualification

Entry Into IELTS TOEFL
BA(Hons) 6.0 PBT IBT
550 80

ADMISSIONS TESTS/PORTFOLIO AND INTERVIEW REQUIREMENTS

Applicants must perform two contrasting speeches from memory and in English. One of the speeches should be from a Shakespearean play and the other from a more contemporary play, in more standard modern English. The combined duration of the speeches should not exceed five minutes.

In preparing for the auditions, do consider reading the plays from which the speeches are taken beforehand, and select speeches that are appropriate for your age and experience. You may be asked to improvise or sight read.

What we are looking for:

The assessment of your audition will be based on your acting, vocal and movement abilities, as well as your potential to develop as a professional in your chosen discipline.

You do not have to appear like a ‘finished’, polished performer. We are looking for an honest connection with the words and thoughts of the piece you have chosen, and a capacity for that connection to be expressed through your body and voice.

That said, you must know your piece well, and play it with fullness and clarity, in order to be considered for the programme.

Fees
Components

Tuition Fees (per annum)

BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONS) TUITION FEES FOR AUGUST 2019 INTAKE (PER ANNUM FEES)

Funded (Subsidised Fees) Non-Funded (Full Fees)
Singaporeans Singapore PR Singaporeans Singapore PR International
S$9,728.98 S$13,794.40* S$19,000 S$21,150 S$23,800
Notes:

*SPRs students who choose to take up the Tuition Grant (TG) will need to make an online application and then sign the TG Deed with the Government of Singapore. Under the terms of the Tuition Grant Deed, you will be required to work for a Singapore entity for a period of three years upon graduation. For more information, visit tgonline.moe.gov.sg

  • Funded/Subsidised fees for Singaporeans and Singapore PR qualify for GST Subsidy from MOE, all other fees include 7% GST.
  • Fees are due on the first day of each semester.
  • Fees are subject to change.
  • Correct as at November 2017.
 

Application Fees

A non-refundable application fee (inclusive of 7% GST) is chargeable per application. Application is only complete upon receipt of your application fee and all necessary documents. Please ensure your application fee is paid and documents are submitted within seven working days from the submission date of your online application. LASALLE reserves the right to withdraw the applicant if the application fee remains unpaid and documents are not received by the due date.

Singaporean / Singapore Permanent Resident Applicants International Applicants
S$60.00 S$120.00
 

Additional Costs

Basic materials for learning are provided by the College.

As a developing artist, you are required to have certain items that are personal to you and cannot be shared. Such items include books, dance shoes, rehearsal clothes, safety boots, portable musical instruments, paints, canvas, basic tools, design software, cameras, etc., that will support you through your three-year learning journey. The College does not encourage the purchase of extravagant or costly materials or equipment. Our lecturers can provide you with affordable suggestions.

You are also encouraged to have your own laptop for education. If you do not own one, computer labs are available on campus with requisite software for you to undertake your work.

There may be opportunities for you to undertake extra-curricular study trips to enhance your overall learning. Trips are not compulsory and may incur additional costs.

 

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Fee Protection Scheme (FPS)

Fee Protection Scheme (FPS) serves to protect students’ fees in the event a Private Education Institution (PEI) is unable to continue operations due to insolvency and/or regulatory closure. The FPS also protects students when the PEI fails to pay penalties or refund fees to the students arising from judgements made against it by the Singapore courts.

In seeking to be an EduTrust-certified PEI, LASALLE is required to adopt the FPS to ensure full protection to all fees paid by their students. Therefore, the FPS is compulsory for students who are taking BA(Hons), MA and Certificate programmes at LASALLE.

Diploma programmes offered by LASALLE are exempted from FPS under the EduTrust requirements of the Committee for Private Education (CPE).

More information on the Committee for Private Education

Medical Insurance Scheme (MIS)

All full-time students of LASALLE are required to be covered under the Medical Insurance Scheme (MIS). The annual coverage of S$20,000 includes school-related activities throughout the programme duration.

The current premium rate of S$18.20 is payable each semester. This premium rate is subject to change based on the prevailing premiums charged by the insurer.

Accepted Modes of Payment

All payment to LASALLE must be made in Singapore Dollars. 

Our accepted payment modes include:

  • DBS Online Banking and ATM Transfer
  • GIRO
  • Cheque/ Bank Draft/ Cashier's Order/ Demand Draft
  • NETS
  • Cash
  • Master/ Visa/ China UnionPay
  • Wired Transfer/ Telegraphic Transfer (Only for International students)
Scholarships & Financial Support

SCHOLARSHIPS

In recognition of outstanding academic excellence, leadership potential, and a passion for creativity and innovation, LASALLE offers a variety of scholarships to new and current students.

Applications for scholarships open from March to May for new students. Other externally sponsored scholarships are also available to students. Enquiries and applications may be directed to the respective organisations.

Please note that miscellaneous fees are not covered by scholarships, bursaries or the Mendaki Tertiary Tuition Fee Subsidy (TTFS).

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FINANCIAL SUPPORT

We are committed to providing a quality education for all our students, and believe that no deserving student should be denied admission because of financial difficulty.

A range of financial assistance schemes, grants and loans are made available to help meet a portion of the educational expenses of students.

Applications for financial assistance open from March to May for new students.

Please note that miscellaneous fees are not covered by scholarships, bursaries or the Mendaki Tertiary Tuition Fee Subsidy (TTFS).

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