Published by SchoolAdvisor on Apr 02, 2021, 02:38 AM
Good news for Malaysian students who are looking to study in Singapore!
The Ministry of Education Singapore is offering ASEAN scholarships for Malaysian students joining Secondary 1, Secondary 3 or Pre-university 1 in selected Singapore secondary schools or junior colleges.
A scholarship for students from ASEAN countries to study in Singapore.
Malaysian students who:
1. Secondary 1 - Secondary 1 scholarships are for students who are in Standard 6 and Form 1, meaning you apply when you are 12 or 13 years old. The duration of scholarship for Secondary 1 is 6 years.
2. Secondary 2 - Secondary 2 scholarships are for students who are in Form 2 or 3, which means you apply when you are 14 or 15 years old. The duration of scholarship is Secondary 2 is 4 years.
3. Pre-university 1 - Pre-university 1 scholarships are for students who are in Form 5 (or similar) or have taken SPM or GCE O-Level examinations, meaning you apply when you are 17 years old. The duration of scholarship for Pre-University 1 is 2 years.
1. Annual allowance with hostel accommodation
2. Settling-in allowance
3. Return economy airfare for East Malaysians or return transport allowance for West Malaysians
4. School fees
5. Examination fees for GCE O-Level and A-Level (once only, as applicable)
6. Subsidised medical benefits and insurance cover for accidents
March 18 to May 5, 2021 - Submit your application online
June to September, 2021 - Attend selection test and interview that will be held in the following five cities:
October to December 2021 - Successful applicants will be notified via email
October to December 2021 - Secondary 1 and Secondary 3 scholarship recipients arrive in Singapore
January 2022 - Pre-university 1 scholarship recipients arrive in Singapore
You can apply online from now till Wednesday, 5 May 2021.
The website cannot be accessed on the following dates:
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