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Details about Singapore Government MOE Tuition Grant in Singapore, 2020

Singapore Government MOE Tuition Grant in Singapore, 2020 is offered for Bachelors, Diploma degree in the field of Any subject offered by the chosen university/institute. You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is Deadline varies. This scholarship is provided by Government of Singapore and the value of this scholarship is Partial Funding, Partial funds . This scholarship is open for: Open to all nationals.

  • Deadline: Deadline varies
  • Scholarship value: Partial Funding, Partial funds

Eligibility for Singapore Government MOE Tuition Grant in Singapore, 2020:

  • Applicants of Singapore Government MOE Tuition Grant in Singapore, 2020 must be students registered for a full-time undergraduate or diploma courses at the eligible institutions.
  • The list of participating universities/institutions are:
  • Autonomous Universities:
    • National University of Singapore 
    • Nanyang Technological University 
    • Singapore Management University
    • Singapore University of Technology and Design
    • Singapore Institute of Technology
  • Polytechnics:
    • Singapore Polytechnic 
    • Ngee Ann Polytechnic
    • Temasek Polytechnic
    • Nanyang Polytechnic
    • Republic Polytechnic
  • Arts Institutions:
    • Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts
    • LASALLE College of the Arts
  • Other Institutions:
    • SIM University (UniSIM)
    • Institute of Technical Education
  • Singapore citizens need not apply as they will be automatically awarded the Singapore Government MOE Tuition Grant in Singapore, 2020.
  • No service obligation is required for Singapore citizens.
  • Non-Singaporean citizens along with permanent residents of Singapore can also apply but they must be willing to work in a Singapore entity for 3 years upon completion of their education.

Updated on: 18 Feb, 2020

Source : Government of Singapore
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More about Government of Singapore

The Government of Singapore is defined by the Constitution of the Republic of Singapore to mean the Executive branch of government, which is made up of the President and the Cabinet of Singapore. Although the President acts in his personal discretion in the exercise of certain functions as a check on the Cabinet and Parliament of Singapore, his role is largely ceremonial. It is the Cabinet, composed of the Prime Minister and other Ministers appointed on his advice by the President, that generally directs and controls the Government. The Cabinet is formed by the political party that gains a simple majority in each general election. A statutory board is an autonomous agency of the Government that is established by an Act of Parliament and overseen by a government ministry. Unlike ministries and government departments that are subdivisions of ministries, statutory boards are not staffed by civil servants and have greater independence and flexibility in their operations. There are five Community Development Councils (CDCs) appointed by the board of management of the People's Association (PA) for districts in Singapore. Where there are not less than 150,000 residents in a district, the PA's board of management may designate the Chairman of a CDC to be the Mayor for the district that the CDC is appointed for. As it is the practice for MPs to be appointed as Chairmen of CDCs, these MPs have also been designated as Mayors. From the founding of modern Singapore in 1819 until 1826, Singapore was headed by two Residents in succession. Following Singapore's amalgamation into the Straits Settlements in 1826, it was governed by a Governor together with a Legislative Council. An Executive Council of the Straits Settlements was introduced in 1877 to advise the Governor but wielded no executive power. In 1955, a Council of Ministers was created, appointed by the Governor on the recommendation of the Leader of the House. Constitutional talks between Legislative Assembly representatives and the Colonial Office were held from 1956 to 1958, and Singapore gained full internal self-government in 1959. The Governor was replaced by the Yang di-Pertuan Negara, who had power to appoint to the post of Prime Minister the person most likely to command the authority of the Assembly, and other Ministers of the Cabinet on the Prime Minister's advice. In the 1959 general elections, the People's Action Party (PAP) swept to power with 43 out of the 51 seats in the Assembly, and Lee Kuan Yew became the first Prime Minister of Singapore. The executive branch of the Singapore Government remained unchanged following Singapore's merger with Malaysia in 1963, and subsequent independence in 1965. The PAP has been returned to power in every general election and has thus formed the Cabinet since 1959. The Government is generally perceived to be competent in managing the country's economy and largely free from political corruption. On the other hand, it has been criticized for using unfair election tactics and violating freedom of speech.

FAQs

  1. Can I get an education loan to study abroad at Government of Singapore

    Yes, you can secure an education loan to study abroad at Government of Singapore. Education loans are of two types- Collateral and non collateral. Collateral includes either: Immovable property – a house or a flat or land (or) liquid security – an FD, or LIC or shares or bonds. Agricultural lands are not accepted by any bank for education loan.

    Public banks like SBI, BOB offer these types of education loans. There are many NBFCs who offer Non-collateral education loans. Apply for the best education loan to study abroad.

  2. When is the deadline of Singapore Government MOE Tuition Grant in Singapore, 2020?

    The deadline of Singapore Government MOE Tuition Grant in Singapore, 2020 is Deadline varies

  3. For which degree is Singapore Government MOE Tuition Grant in Singapore, 2020 offered for?

    Singapore Government MOE Tuition Grant in Singapore, 2020 is offered to Bachelors, Diploma degree

  4. For which field is Singapore Government MOE Tuition Grant in Singapore, 2020 offered for?

    Singapore Government MOE Tuition Grant in Singapore, 2020 is offered for Any subject offered by the chosen university/institute

  5. Who can apply for Singapore Government MOE Tuition Grant in Singapore, 2020?

    Singapore Government MOE Tuition Grant in Singapore, 2020 is open for: Open to all nationals

  6. Who is offering Singapore Government MOE Tuition Grant in Singapore, 2020?

    Singapore Government MOE Tuition Grant in Singapore, 2020 is offered by Government of Singapore

  7. What is the funding covered in Singapore Government MOE Tuition Grant in Singapore, 2020?

    Singapore Government MOE Tuition Grant in Singapore, 2020 Covers Partial Funding, Partial funds

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