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Programme-specific scholarships for Pre-University

Scholarships may be offered to Singapore Pre-University students pursuing specific programmes. For example, students in the Art, Music and Language Elective Programmes. Learn if your child is eligible.

These scholarships are offered to students pursuing a particular programme of study. Students must be enrolled in schools or language centres which offer these programmes to qualify for the scholarships.

Speak to your child’s school or language centre for information about applying.

Art Elective Scholarship (AES)

This scholarship is awarded in Pre-University 1 to students admitted to the Art Elective Programme (AEP).

It is awarded for 2 years. The award covers an allowance of $1,000 and school fees based on Singapore Citizen's rates less any subsidies, subject to an annual cap of $2,400, as long as the student meets the renewal criteria and remains enrolled in the AEP. Only Singapore Citizens are eligible.

Who is eligible

Singapore Citizens who:

  • Are enrolled in the Art Elective Programme
  • Have done consistently well in school and obtained outstanding results in their GCE O-Level examinations or equivalent based on the school's internal assessment
  • Obtain at least an A2 in Higher Art or Art in their GCE O-Level examinations or equivalent based on the school's internal assessment OR possess a good art portfolio with documentation of active involvement in art-related activities within or outside of school
  • Have good co-curricular activities record
  • Have good conduct record.
Additional requirements Scholarship recipients must:
Which schools offer AEP
How to apply

Application for 2024 cycle starts on Thursday, 11 January 2024 and ends at 11.59pm on Monday, 26 February 2024. No offline applications will be accepted after application period ends.

To apply, log in to the application system and register as a new user. We suggest using a personal valid email account for the registration. After your account has been successfully created, you may log in using your email address and password to access to the application form.

You can refer to this guide when completing your online application. An essay of about 500-600 words on brief write up about yourself (such as your key interests/motivations/aspirations), and your reasons for applying for this scholarship, should be submitted with your online application.

Selection for interview

You will be invited for the scholarship selection interview based on your results, your school's recommendation and your portfolio submission.

Interview details

Shortlisted students will receive details of the interview through email in April or May, and the interview will be conducted in April or May.

Prior to the interview, all students must submit a personal portfolio which should include documentation of active involvement in art-related activities within or outside of school and can include:

  • Mini visual tasks and assignments that show a range of different media or artforms
  • Works to show your artmaking processes. For example, research and gathering of information and data, ideation, brainstorm, development of ideas, exploration and experimentation of ideas and materials
  • Pages from your sketchbooks and journals
Announcement of results Successful candidates will be notified in June.
Bicultural Studies Programme (BSP) Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded in Pre-University to students admitted to the Bicultural Studies Programme (BSP).

It is awarded for 2 years. The award covers an allowance of $1,000 and school fees based on Singapore Citizen's rates less any subsidies, subject to an annual cap of $2,400, as long as the student meets the renewal criteria and remains enrolled in the BSP. Only Singapore Citizens are eligible.

Who is eligible

Singapore Citizens who:

  • Are enrolled in the Bicultural Studies Programme.
  • Have done consistently well in school and obtained outstanding results in their GCE O-Level examinations or equivalent based on the school's internal assessment.
  • Obtained at least a B3 in Higher Chinese Language or A2 in Chinese Language or equivalent.
  • Have good co-curricular activities record.
  • Have good conduct record.
Additional requirements Scholarship recipients must:
  • Offer H2 China Studies (Chinese).
  • Participate in the Overseas Immersion Programme and other compulsory BSP activities.
  • Not be concurrent recipients of any other MOE scholarships except the Edusave Scholarships for Independent Schools.
Which schools offer BSP
How to apply

Application for 2024 cycle starts on Thursday, 11 January 2024 and ends at 11.59pm on Monday, 26 February 2024. No offline applications will be accepted after application period ends.

To apply, log in to the application system and register as a new user. We suggest using a personal valid email account for the registration. After your account has been successfully created, you may log in using your email address and password to access to the application form.

You can refer to this guide when completing your online application. An essay of about 500-600 words on brief write up about yourself (such as your key interests/motivations/aspirations), and your reasons for applying for this scholarship, should be submitted with your online application.

Selection for interview If you are in the Integrated Programme, your school will nominate you for the scholarship selection interview.

If you are not in the Integrated Programme, you will be invited for the scholarship selection interview based on your GCE O-Level examination results and school's recommendation.

Interview details Shortlisted students will receive details of the interview through email in April, and the interview will be conducted in April or May.
Announcement of results Successful candidates will be notified in June.
Engineering and Tech Programme Scholarship (ETPS)

This scholarship is awarded to Pre-University students who have strong foundations in mathematics and science, with an inclination towards applied, interdisciplinary and hands-on learning.

It is awarded for 2 years. The award covers an annual allowance of $1,000 and school fees based on Singapore Citizen's rates less any subsidies, subject to an annual cap of $2,400, as long as the student meets the renewal criteria and remains enrolled in ETPS. Only Singapore Citizens are eligible.

Who is eligible

Singapore Citizens who:

  • Have done consistently well in school and obtained outstanding results in mathematics and science subjects (e.g. at least A2 for a mathematics and a science subject) at the GCE O-level examinations or equivalent based on the school's internal assessment. 
  • Have good co-curricular activities record, particularly in STEM areas.
  • Have good conduct record.
Additional requirements

For scholarship recipients taking the GCE A-Level examinations
You must offer H2 Mathematics and at least one of the following subjects:

  • H2 Physics
  • H2 Computing
  • H2 Further Mathematics

For scholarship recipients taking International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP)
You must offer Mathematics and either Physics or Computing at higher level for IB.

For scholarship recipients in NUS High School of Mathematics and Science
You must offer Mathematics and either Physics or Computing as a major subject.

Programme expectation
All scholarship recipients are expected to fulfil the following:

  • Participate in the 1-week ETPS Flagship STEM workshop to be conducted between late December of first year and mid-January of second year of scholarship
  • Participate in a work attachment/ internship programme in June or December of second year of scholarship

Scholarship recipients will also be strongly encouraged to participate in a hands-on engineering-related project or learning activity of student’s choice within the duration of the scholarship. Some examples include participation in the Engineering Innovation Challenge (EIC), Singapore Science and Engineering Fair (SSEF) or equivalent.

Scholars must not be concurrent recipients of any other MOE scholarships except the Edusave Scholarships for Independent Schools (ESIS).

Which schools offer ETPS
How to apply

Application for 2024 cycle starts on Thursday, 11 January 2024 and ends at 11.59pm on Monday, 26 February 2024. No offline applications will be accepted after application period ends.

To apply, log in to the application system and register as a new user. We suggest using a personal valid email account for the registration. After your account has been successfully created, you may log in using your email address and password to access to the application form.

You can refer to this guide when completing your online application. You need to submit an essay of about 200 words about yourself. You may use the following questions to guide your write-up:

  1. What is engineering to you?
  2. Why is engineering interesting to you?
  3. Highlight no more than three STEM-related engineering-focused activities (could be organised by your school or self-initiated) that you have engaged in and share your experience and achievement.
Selection for interview 

If you are in the Integrated Programme, you will be invited for the scholarship selection interview based on your school's internal assessment and recommendation.

For all other students, you will be invited for the scholarship selection interview based on your GCE O-Level examination results and school's recommendation.

Announcement of results

Successful candidates will be notified in Jun.

Humanities Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded in Pre-University 1 to students admitted to the Humanities Scholarship and Programme (HSP).

It is awarded for 2 years. The award covers an allowance of $1,000 and school fees based on Singapore Citizen's rates less any subsidies, subject to an annual cap of $2,400, as long as the student meets the renewal criteria and remains enrolled in the HSP. Only Singapore Citizens are eligible.

Who is eligible

Singapore Citizens who:

  • Are enrolled in the Humanities Scholarship and Programme (HSP).
  • Have done consistently well in school and obtained outstanding results in their GCE O-Level examinations or equivalent based on the school's internal assessment.
  • Obtained at least a B3 in English Language or equivalent.
  • Have good co-curricular activities record.
  • Have good conduct record.
Additional requirements For scholarship recipients taking the GCE A-Level examinations

You must offer the following subjects:

  • H1 subjects (compulsory):
    • General Paper
    • Mother Tongue Language (MTL) or Mother Tongue Language and Literature (MTLL) (Please note that this requirement is not compulsory if you have obtained a D7 or better in your Higher Mother Tongue Language at GCE O-Level examinations)
    • Project Work
  • First H2 subject (compulsory):
    • Literature in English
  • Second H2 subject (select one from the following):
    • China Studies (in English or Chinese)
    • Economics
    • Geography
    • History
  • Third H2 subject (select one from the following):
    • Any one of the second H2 subjects
    • Knowledge and Inquiry (Knowledge & Inquiry should be offered as one of 4 H2 subjects.)
    • English Language and Linguistics
    • Mother Tongue Language and Literature
    • Translation (Chinese)
    • Japanese
    • French
    • German
    • Music
    • Art
    • Theatre Studies and Drama
  • A contrasting subject which may be Knowledge and Inquiry or from the Maths/Science group

For scholarship recipients taking the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP)

You must offer the following subjects:

  • Theory of Knowledge
  • Creativity, Action, Service
  • Extended Essay
  • 3 Higher Level (HL) subjects:
    • English A: Literature
    • 2 other subjects chosen from History, Geography or Economics
  • 3 Standard Level (SL) subjects:
    • Second Language (Chinese, English, Malay, Tamil, Hindi, Spanish or French)
    • Biology, Chemistry or Physics
    • Mathematics

Scholars must not be concurrent recipients of any other MOE scholarships except the Edusave Scholarships for Independent Schools (ESIS).

Which schools offer HSP
How to apply For IP students:
Application for 2025 cycle will start in mid-October 2024.

For all other students:

Application for 2024 cycle starts on Thursday, 11 January 2024 and ends at 11.59pm on Monday, 26 February 2024. No offline applications will be accepted after application period ends.

To apply, log in to the application system and register as a new user. We suggest using a personal valid email account for the registration. After your account has been successfully created, you may log in using your email address and password to access to the application form.

You can refer to this guide when completing your online application. You need to submit an essay of about 500-600 words on either of the following questions:

  1. A controversial issue in the world today, and how will you address it.
  2. A challenge facing Singapore society today, and how will you address it.

In your essay, you should provide cogent arguments, with relevant analysis, in support of your stand. When submitting your essay, please indicate the question you have selected and provide a title that captures what your essay is about.

Selection, interview and announcement of result

If you are in the Integrated Programme

  • You will be invited for the scholarship selection interview if you are nominated by your school.
  • Details of the interview will be sent through email in early January, and the interview will be conducted in late January.
  • Successful candidates will be notified in February.

If you are not in the Integrated Programme

  • You will be invited for the scholarship selection interview based on your GCE O-Level examination results and school's recommendation.
  • Details of the interview will be sent through email in mid March, and the interview will be conducted in end March.
  • Successful candidates will be notified in April.
Chinese Language Elective Scholarship (CLES)

This scholarship is awarded in Pre-University 1 to students admitted to the Chinese Language Elective Programme (CLEP).

It is awarded for 2 years. The award covers an allowance of $1,000 and school fees based on Singapore Citizen's rates less any subsidies, subject to an annual cap of $2,400, as long as the student meets the renewal criteria and remains enrolled in the CLEP. Only Singapore Citizens are eligible.

Who is eligible

Singapore Citizens who:

  • Are enrolled in the Chinese Language Elective Programme.
  • Have done consistently well in school and obtained outstanding results in their GCE O-Level examinations or equivalent based on the school's internal assessment.
  • Obtained at least an A2 in Chinese, B3 in Higher Chinese, or B4 in Higher Chinese with B3 in Chinese Literature or equivalent.
  • Have good co-curricular activities record.
  • Have good conduct record.
Additional requirements

Scholarship recipients must:

  • Offer H2 Chinese Language and Literature.
  • Participate in all compulsory CLEP activities such as camp, Overseas Immersion Programme and Literary Lecture Series.
  • Not be concurrent recipients of any other MOE scholarships except the Edusave Scholarships for Independent Schools (ESIS).
Which schools offer CLEP
How to apply

Application for 2024 cycle starts on Thursday, 11 January 2024 and ends at 11.59pm on Monday, 26 February 2024. No offline applications will be accepted after application period ends.

To apply, log in to the application system and register as a new user. We suggest using a personal valid email account for the registration. After your account has been successfully created, you may log in using your email address and password to access to the application form.

You can refer to this guide when completing your online application. An essay of about 500-600 words on brief write up about yourself (such as your key interests/motivations/aspirations), and your reasons for applying for this scholarship, should be submitted with your online application.

Selection for interview

If you are in the Integrated Programme, your school will nominate you for the scholarship selection interview.

If you are not in the Integrated Programme, you will be invited for the scholarship selection interview based on your GCE O-Level examination results and school's recommendation.

Interview details Shortlisted students will receive details of the interview through email in April, and the interview will be conducted in April or May.
Announcement of results Successful candidates will be notified in June.
English Language Elective Scholarship (ELES)

This scholarship is awarded in Pre-University 1 to students admitted to the English Language Elective Programme (ELEP).

It is awarded for 2 years. The award covers an allowance of $1,000 and school fees based on Singapore Citizen's rates less any subsidies, subject to an annual cap of $2,400, as long as the student meets the renewal criteria and remains enrolled in the ELEP. Only Singapore Citizens are eligible.

Who is eligible

Singapore Citizens who:

  • Are enrolled in the English Language Elective Programme.
  • Have done consistently well in school and obtained outstanding results in their GCE O-Level examinations or equivalent based on the school's internal assessment.
  • Obtained at least an A2 in English Language.
  • Have good co-curricular activities record.
  • Have good conduct record. 
Additional requirements

Scholarship recipients must:

Which schools offer ELEP
How to apply

Application for 2024 cycle starts on Thursday, 11 January 2024 and ends at 11.59pm on Monday, 26 February 2024. No offline applications will be accepted after application period ends.

To apply, log in to the application system and register as a new user. We suggest using a personal valid email account for the registration. After your account has been successfully created, you may log in using your email address and password to access to the application form.

You can refer to this guide when completing your online application. An essay of about 500-600 words on brief write up about yourself (such as your key interests/motivations/aspirations), and your reasons for applying for this scholarship, should be submitted with your online application.

Selection for interview

If you are in the Integrated Programme, your school will nominate you for the scholarship selection interview.

If you are not in the Integrated Programme, you will be invited for the scholarship selection interview based on your GCE O-Level examination results and school's recommendation.

Interview details Shortlisted students will receive details of the interview through email in April, and the interview will be conducted in April or May.
Announcement of results Successful candidates will be notified in June.
Malay Language Elective Scholarship (MLES)

This scholarship is awarded in Pre-University 1 to students admitted to the Malay Language Elective Programme (MLEP).

It is awarded for 2 years. The award covers an allowance of $1,000 and school fees based on Singapore Citizen's rates less any subsidies, subject to an annual cap of $2,400, as long as the student meets the renewal criteria and remains enrolled in the MLEP. Only Singapore Citizens are eligible.

Who is eligible

Singapore Citizens who:

  • Are enrolled in the Malay Language Elective Programme.
  • Have done consistently well in school and obtained outstanding results in their GCE O-Level examinations or equivalent based on the school's internal assessment.
  • Obtained at least an A2 in Malay, B3 in Higher Malay, or B4 in Higher Malay with B3 in Malay Literature or equivalent.
  • Have good co-curricular activities record.
  • Have good conduct record. 
Additional requirements Scholarship recipients must:
Which schools offer MLEP
How to apply

Application for 2024 cycle starts on Thursday, 11 January 2024 and ends at 11.59pm on Monday, 26 February 2024. No offline applications will be accepted after application period ends.

To apply, log in to the application system and register as a new user. We suggest using a personal valid email account for the registration. After your account has been successfully created, you may log in using your email address and password to access to the application form.

You can refer to this guide when completing your online application. An essay of about 500-600 words on brief write up about yourself (such as your key interests/motivations/aspirations), and your reasons for applying for this scholarship, should be submitted with your online application.

Selection for interview

If you are in the Integrated Programme, your school will nominate you for the scholarship selection interview.

If you are not in the Integrated Programme, you will be invited for the scholarship selection interview based on your GCE O-Level examination results and school's recommendation.

Interview details Shortlisted students will receive details of the interview through email in April, and the interview will be conducted in April or May.
Announcement of results Successful candidates will be notified in June.
Tamil Language Elective Scholarship (TLES)

This scholarship is awarded in Pre-University 1 to students admitted to the Tamil Language Elective Programme (TLEP).

It is awarded for 2 years. The award covers an allowance of $1,000 and school fees based on Singapore Citizen's rates less any subsidies, subject to an annual cap of $2,400, as long as the student meets the renewal criteria and remains enrolled in the TLEP. Only Singapore Citizens are eligible.

Who is eligible

Singapore Citizens who:

  • Are enrolled in the Tamil Language Elective Programme.
  • Have done consistently well in school and obtained outstanding results in their GCE O-Level examinations or equivalent based on the school's internal assessment.
  • Obtained at least an A2 in Tamil, B3 in Higher Tamil or B4 in Higher Tamil with B3 in Tamil Literature or equivalent.
  • Have good co-curricular activities record.
  • Have good conduct record. 
Additional requirements

Scholarship recipients must:

Which schools offer TLEP
How to apply

Application for 2024 cycle starts on Thursday, 11 January 2024 and ends at 11.59pm on Monday, 26 February 2024. No offline applications will be accepted after application period ends.

To apply, log in to the application system and register as a new user. We suggest using a personal valid email account for the registration. After your account has been successfully created, you may log in using your email address and password to access to the application form.

You can refer to this guide when completing your online application. An essay of about 500-600 words on brief write up about yourself (such as your key interests/motivations/aspirations), and your reasons for applying for this scholarship, should be submitted with your online application.

Selection for interview

If you are in the Integrated Programme, your school will nominate you for the scholarship selection interview.

If you are not in the Integrated Programme, you will be invited for the scholarship selection interview based on your GCE O-Level examination results and school's recommendation.

Interview details Shortlisted students will receive details of the interview through email in April, and the interview will be conducted in April or May.
Announcement of results Successful candidates will be notified in June.
French Language Elective Scholarship (FLES)

This scholarship is awarded in Pre-University 1 to students admitted to the French Language Elective Programme (FLEP).

It is awarded for 2 years. The award covers an allowance of $1,000 and school fees based on Singapore Citizen's rates less any subsidies, subject to an annual cap of $2,400, as long as the student meets the renewal criteria and remains enrolled in the FLEP. Only Singapore Citizens are eligible.

Who is eligible

Singapore Citizens who:

  • Are enrolled in the French Language Elective Programme at MOE Language Centre (Bishan).
  • Have done consistently well in school and obtained outstanding results in their GCE O-Level examinations or equivalent based on the school's internal assessment.
  • Obtained at least a B3 in French.
  • Have good co-curricular activities record.
  • Have good conduct record. 
Additional requirements

Scholarship recipients must:

  • Offer H2 French.
  • Participate in the Overseas Immersion Programme, which is typically held in late November to early December, and other compulsory FLEP activities.
  • Not be concurrent recipients of any other MOE scholarships except the Edusave Scholarships for Independent Schools (ESIS).
Where is FLEP offered MOE Language Centre (Bishan)
How to apply Application for 2024 cycle starts on Thursday, 11 January 2024 and ends at 11.59pm on Monday, 26 February 2024. No offline applications will be accepted after application period ends.

To apply, log in to the application system and register as a new user. We suggest using a personal valid email account for the registration. After your account has been successfully created, you may log in using your email address and password to access to the application form.

You can refer to this guide when completing your online application. An essay of about 500-600 words on brief write up about yourself (such as your key interests/motivations/aspirations), and your reasons for applying for this scholarship, should be submitted with your online application.
Selection for interview

If you are in the Integrated Programme, your school will nominate you for the scholarship selection interview.

If you are not in the Integrated Programme, you will be invited for the scholarship selection interview based on your GCE O-Level examination results and school's recommendation.

Interview details Shortlisted students will receive details of the interview through email in April, and the interview will be conducted in April or May.
Announcement of results Successful candidates will be notified in June.
You may approach MOE Language Centre (Bishan) for more information.
German Language Elective Scholarship (GLES)

This scholarship is awarded in Pre-University 1 to students admitted to the German Language Elective Programme (GLEP).

It is awarded for 2 years. The award covers an allowance of $1,000 and school fees based on Singapore Citizen's rates less any subsidies, subject to an annual cap of $2,400, as long as the student meets the renewal criteria and remains enrolled in the GLEP. Only Singapore Citizens are eligible.

Who is eligible

Singapore Citizens who:

  • Are enrolled in the German Language Elective Programme at MOE Language Centre (Bishan).
  • Have done consistently well in school and obtained outstanding results in their GCE O-Level examinations or equivalent based on the school's internal assessment.
  • Obtained at least a B3 in German.
  • Have good co-curricular activities record.
  • Have good conduct record. 
Additional requirements

Scholarship recipients must:

  • Offer H2 German.
  • Participate in the Overseas Immersion Programme, which is typically held in late November to early December, and other compulsory GLEP activities.
  • Not be concurrent recipients of any other MOE scholarships except the Edusave Scholarships for Independent Schools (ESIS).
Where is GLEP offered MOE Language Centre (Bishan)
How to apply

Application for 2024 cycle starts on Thursday, 11 January 2024 and ends at 11.59pm on Monday, 26 February 2024. No offline applications will be accepted after application period ends.

To apply, log in to the application system and register as a new user. We suggest using a personal valid email account for the registration. After your account has been successfully created, you may log in using your email address and password to access to the application form.

You can refer to this guide when completing your online application. An essay of about 500-600 words on brief write up about yourself (such as your key interests/motivations/aspirations), and your reasons for applying for this scholarship, should be submitted with your online application.

Selection for interview

If you are in the Integrated Programme, your school will nominate you for the scholarship selection interview.

If you are not in the Integrated Programme, you will be invited for the scholarship selection interview based on your GCE O-Level examination results and school's recommendation.

Interview details Shortlisted students will receive details of the interview through email in April, and the interview will be conducted in April or May.
Announcement of results Successful candidates will be notified in June.
You may approach MOE Language Centre (Bishan) for more information.
Japanese Language Elective Scholarship (JLES)

This scholarship is awarded in Pre-University 1 to students admitted to the Japanese Language Elective Programme (JLEP).

It is awarded for 2 years. The award covers an allowance of $1,000 and school fees based on Singapore Citizen's rates less any subsidies, subject to an annual cap of $2,400, as long as the student meets the renewal criteria and remains enrolled in the JLEP. Only Singapore Citizens are eligible.

Who is eligible

Singapore Citizens who:

  • Are enrolled in the Japanese Language Elective Programme at MOE Language Centre (Bishan).
  • Have done consistently well in school and obtained outstanding results in their GCE O-Level examinations or equivalent based on the school's internal assessment.
  • Obtained at least a B3 in Japanese.
  • Have good co-curricular activities record.
  • Have good conduct record.
Additional requirements

Scholarship recipients must:

  • Offer H2 Japanese.
  • Participate in the Overseas Immersion Programme, which is typically held in late November to early December, and other compulsory JLEP activities.
  • Not be concurrent recipients of any other MOE scholarships except the Edusave Scholarships for Independent Schools (ESIS).
Where is JLEP offered MOE Language Centre (Bishan)
How to apply

Application for 2024 cycle starts on Thursday, 11 January 2024 and ends at 11.59pm on Monday, 26 February 2024. No offline applications will be accepted after application period ends.

To apply, log in to the application system and register as a new user. We suggest using a personal valid email account for the registration. After your account has been successfully created, you may log in using your email address and password to access to the application form.

You can refer to this guide when completing your online application. An essay of about 500-600 words on brief write up about yourself (such as your key interests/motivations/aspirations), and your reasons for applying for this scholarship, should be submitted with your online application.

Selection for interview

If you are in the Integrated Programme, your school will nominate you for the scholarship selection interview.

If you are not in the Integrated Programme, you will be invited for the scholarship selection interview based on your GCE O-Level examination results and school's recommendation.

Interview details Shortlisted students will receive details of the interview through email in April, and the interview will be conducted in April or May.
Announcement of results Successful candidates will be notified in June.
You may approach MOE Language Centre (Bishan) for more information.
Spanish Language Elective Scholarship (SLES)

This scholarship is awarded in Pre-University 1 to students admitted to the a Spanish Language Elective Programme (SLEP).

It is awarded for 2 years. The award covers an allowance of $1,000 and school fees based on Singapore Citizen's rates less any subsidies, subject to an annual cap of $2,400, as long as the student meets the renewal criteria and remains enrolled in the SLEP. Only Singapore Citizens are eligible.

Who is eligible

Singapore Citizens who:

  • Are enrolled in the Spanish Language Elective Programme at MOE Language Centre (Newton).
  • Have done consistently well in school and obtained outstanding results in their GCE O-Level examinations or equivalent based on the school's internal assessment.
  • Obtained at least a B3 in Spanish.
  • Have good co-curricular activities record.
  • Have good conduct record. 
Additional requirements

Scholarship recipients must:

  • Offer H2 Spanish.
  • Participate in the Overseas Immersion Programme, which is typically held in late November to early December, and other compulsory SLEP activities.
  • Not be concurrent recipients of any other MOE scholarships except the Edusave Scholarships for Independent Schools (ESIS).
Where is SLEP offered MOE Language Centre (Newton)
How to apply

Application for 2024 cycle starts on Thursday, 11 January 2024 and ends at 11.59pm on Monday, 26 February 2024. No offline applications will be accepted after application period ends.

To apply, log in to the application system and register as a new user. We suggest using a personal valid email account for the registration. After your account has been successfully created, you may log in using your email address and password to access to the application form.

You can refer to this guide when completing your online application. An essay of about 500-600 words on brief write up about yourself (such as your key interests/motivations/aspirations), and your reasons for applying for this scholarship, should be submitted with your online application.

Selection for interview

If you are in the Integrated Programme, your school will nominate you for the scholarship selection interview.

If you are not in the Integrated Programme, you will be invited for the scholarship selection interview based on your GCE O-Level examination results and school's recommendation.

Interview details Shortlisted students will receive details of the interview through email in April, and the interview will be conducted in April or May.
Announcement of results Successful candidates will be notified in June.
You may approach MOE Language Centre (Newton) for more information.
Music Elective Scholarship (MES)

This scholarship is awarded in Pre-University 1 to students admitted to the Music Elective Programme (MEP).

It is awarded for 2 years. The award covers an allowance of $1,000 and school fees based on Singapore Citizen's rates less any subsidies, subject to an annual cap of $2,400, as long as the student meets the renewal criteria and remains enrolled in the MEP. Only Singapore Citizens are eligible.

Who is eligible

Singapore Citizens who:

  • Are enrolled in the Music Elective Programme
  • Have done consistently well in school and obtained outstanding results in their GCE O-Level examinations or equivalent based on the school's internal assessment
  • Obtain at least an A2 in Higher Music or Music in their GCE O-Level examinations or equivalent based on the school's internal assessment OR possess a good music portfolio with documentation of active involvement in music-related activities within or outside of school
  • Have good co-curricular activities record
  • Have good conduct record
Additional requirements

Scholarship recipients must:

Which schools offer MEP
How to apply

Application for 2024 cycle starts on Thursday, 11 January 2024 and ends at 11.59pm on Monday, 26 February 2024. No offline applications will be accepted after application period ends.

To apply, log in to the application system and register as a new user. We suggest using a personal valid email account for the registration. After your account has been successfully created, you may log in using your email address and password to access to the application form.

You can refer to this guide when completing your online application. An essay of about 500-600 words on brief write up about yourself (such as your key interests/motivations/aspirations), and your reasons for applying for this scholarship, should be submitted with your online application.

Selection for interview

You will be invited for the scholarship selection interview based on your results, your school's recommendation and your portfolio submission.

Interview details

Shortlisted students will receive details of the interview through email in April or May, and the interview will be conducted in April or May.

Prior to the interview, all students must submit a personal portfolio which should include documentation of active involvement in music-related activities within or outside of school and one of the following:

  • A video-recorded performance on an instrument or two instruments of your choice comprising 1 to 2 works or movements lasting 4 to 7 minutes in total
  • A composition portfolio comprising 1 to 2 works lasting 2 to 5 minutes in total with accompanying audio recording(s) of the work(s)
  • A video-recorded performance on an instrument of your choice comprising 1 work or movement of about 3 to 4 minutes AND a composition portfolio of 1 to 2 works adding to about 1.5 to 3 minutes with accompanying audio recording(s) of the work(s)

The performance must be recorded within the last academic year (i.e. Year 4/Sec 4).

Announcement of results Successful candidates will be notified in June.
National Elective Tamil Language Programme Scholarship (NETPS)

This scholarship is awarded in Pre-University 1 to students admitted to the National Elective Tamil Language Programme (NETP).

It is awarded for 2 years. The award covers an allowance of $1,000 and school fees based on Singapore Citizen's rates less any subsidies, subject to an annual cap of $2,400, as long as the student meets the renewal criteria and remains enrolled in the NETP. Only Singapore Citizens are eligible.

Who is eligible

Singapore Citizens who:

  • Are enrolled in the National Elective Tamil Language Programme at the Umar Pulavar Tamil Language Centre.
  • Have done consistently well in school and obtained outstanding results in their GCE O-Level examinations or equivalent based on the school's internal assessment.
  • Obtained at least an A2 in Tamil, B3 in Higher Tamil or B4 in Higher Tamil with B3 in Tamil Literature or equivalent.
  • Have good co-curricular activities record.
  • Have good conduct record.
Additional requirements

Scholarship recipients must:

Where is NETP offered Umar Pulavar Tamil Language Centre (UPTLC)
How to apply Application for 2024 cycle starts on Thursday, 11 January 2024 and ends at 11.59pm on Monday, 26 February 2024. No offline applications will be accepted after application period ends.

To apply, log in to the application system and register as a new user. We suggest using a personal valid email account for the registration. After your account has been successfully created, you may log in using your email address and password to access to the application form.

You can refer to this guide when completing your online application. An essay of about 500-600 words on brief write up about yourself (such as your key interests/motivations/aspirations), and your reasons for applying for this scholarship, should be submitted with your online application.
Selection for interview

If you are in the Integrated Programme, your school will nominate you for the scholarship selection interview.

If you are not in the Integrated Programme, you will be invited for the scholarship selection interview based on your GCE O-Level examination results and school's recommendation.

Interview details Shortlisted students will receive details of the interview through email in April, and the interview will be conducted in April or May.
Announcement of results Successful candidates will be notified in June.
Regional Studies Programme (RSP) Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded in Pre-University 1 to students admitted to the Regional Studies Programme (RSP).

It is awarded for 2 years. The award covers an allowance of $1,000 and school fees based on Singapore Citizen's rates less any subsidies, subject to an annual cap of $2,400, as long as the student meets the renewal criteria and remains enrolled in the RSP. Only Singapore Citizens are eligible.

Who is eligible

Singapore Citizens who:

  • Are enrolled in the Regional Studies Programme
  • Have done consistently well in school and obtained outstanding results in their GCE O-Level examinations or equivalent based on the school's internal assessment.
  • Obtained at least a B3 in Malay (Special Programme) or Bahasa Indonesia.
  • Have good co-curricular activities record.
  • Have good conduct record.
Additional requirements

Scholarship recipients must:

  • Offer Malay (Special Programme) or Bahasa Indonesia as third language at secondary level, and offer H2 History (Southeast Asia module) or IB History with 30-hour Advanced Conversational Malay Language or Bahasa Indonesia at Pre-University level.
  • Participate in the Overseas Immersion Programme and other compulsory RSP activities.
  • Not be concurrent recipients of any other MOE scholarships except the Edusave Scholarships for Independent Schools (ESIS).
Which schools offer RSP
How to apply

Application for 2024 cycle starts on Thursday, 11 January 2024 and ends at 11.59pm on Monday, 26 February 2024. No offline applications will be accepted after application period ends.

To apply, log in to the application system and register as a new user. We suggest using a personal valid email account for the registration. After your account has been successfully created, you may log in using your email address and password to access to the application form.

You can refer to this guide when completing your online application. An essay of about 500-600 words on brief write up about yourself (such as your key interests/motivations/aspirations), and your reasons for applying for this scholarship, should be submitted with your online application.

Selection for interview

If you are in the Integrated Programme, your school will nominate you for the scholarship selection interview.

If you are not in the Integrated Programme, you will be invited for the scholarship selection interview based on your GCE O-Level examination results and school's recommendation.

Interview details Shortlisted students will receive details of the interview through email in April, and the interview will be conducted in April or May.
Announcement of results Successful candidates will be notified in June.
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