Application for Financial Aid & Donated Scholarships

Financial Aid for Prospective Undergraduate Students


You may apply for Financial Aid at the Undergraduate Financial Aid Portal with your undergraduate admission application number and PIN from your undergraduate admission application from 13 October 2019.

Please apply after you have applied for admission, and in the year that you are beginning your undergraduate studies (please do not use your iBLOC or Special Term admission application number). 

Please apply under (1) Prospective Undergraduate Students.

Applications close on 1 April 2020. If you require financial aid after the closing date, you may login to state the reason(s) for your late application and apply accordingly. We will consider your application on a case-by-case basis


You may apply for Financial Aid at the Undergraduate Financial Aid Portal with your undergraduate admission application number and PIN from your undergraduate admission application (please do not use your iBLOC or Special Term admission application number, or your Non-Graduating Student number and PIN).  

Please apply under (1) Prospective Undergraduate Students. You will also be automatically considered for Financial Aid for Academic Year 2020/2021. 

Applications open on 1 November and close on 15 January. If you require financial aid after the closing date, you may login to state the reason(s) for your late application and apply accordingly. We will consider your application on a case-by-case basis.

 


You will be informed via email on the specific application period in July or December, after registration as an NUS student.
 


Financial Aid for Existing   Full-time Undergraduates

You may apply for Financial Aid at the Undergraduate Financial Aid Portal with your NUSNET ID and password.

Please apply under (2) Existing Undergraduate Students and select Academic Year 2020/2021 Semester 1.
Applications open on 1 February and close on 1 April. If you require financial aid after the closing date, you may login to state the reason(s) for your late application and apply accordingly. We will consider your application on a case-by-case basis.

After 1 April 2020, if you are in need of financial assistance, you may login to state the reason(s) for your late application and proceed to apply accordingly. We will consider your application on a case-by-case basis.

Applications has closed. If you require financial aid after the closing date, you may login to state the reason(s) for your late application and apply accordingly. We will consider your application on a case-by-case basis.


Prospective students will be considered for Donated Scholarships through their application for admission to NUS. No separate scholarship application is required except for the Stephen Riady Young Entrepreneur Scholarship and the Wee Cho Yaw Future Leaders Award.

Existing students may apply for Donated Scholarships at the Undergraduate Financial Aid Portal with your NUSNET ID and password. Please select both Donated Scholarships and Financial Aid if you are also applying for aid. 

Applications open on 1 February and close on 1 April. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted via email by 31 August. 

For scholarships administered by your faculty, please refer to your faculty’s website for application details.

Application Form (Summary) and Supporting Documents for Financial Aid

The Application Form (Summary) and supporting documents are to reach the Office of Financial Aid (by post or hand) within two weeks of the online application date. There will be a delay in the release of the application outcome if you submit the documents late. 


You are also advised to login to view your application status or check your email regularly to avoid missing any important message. 

You qualify for the NUS Financial Aid Package if you have been offered and have not rejected the MOE Tuition Grant (TG) for your undergraduate studies (although SCs and SPRs who have not been offered or have rejected the MOE TG are eligible for the NUS Study Loan).

Students who are reading the Concurrent Degree Programmes will no longer be eligible for the Financial Aid Package for undergraduate once they are charged graduate tuition fees. Such students can consider applying for Scholarships and Financial Aid for graduate students, and more details can be found here.