About the Donor

LBKM (Lembaga Biasiswa Kenangan Maulud) has come a long way since its inception, evolving from a small but relentless bursary-disbursing organization into a renowned bursary institution and a pillar of the Malay and Muslim community.

LBKM continue to strive to remain a relevant beacon of light in the community without compromising on the building blocks and the virtues which LBKM founding fathers envisioned.


Objective

The establishment of this Scholarship is to support Singapore’s Committee on the Future Economy (CFE) recommendations and to encourage more Malay students to advance their digital capabilities.

The Scholarship will be awarded to Malay undergraduate students in NUS School of Computing. Three scholarships would be given out per academic year.


Nature and value of Scholarship

Up to three Scholarships will be awarded each year to the Malay Singaporean undergraduate students who are at the School starting from Academic Year 2017/2018. The value of each Scholarship is $5,000 and is tenable only for the Academic Year (AY) in which it is awarded.

There is no bond attached to the Scholarship.


Application and Selection Procedure

Current students may apply via the NUS Financial Aid and Scholarships Online Application System, from 1 February to 1 April annually, to be considered for Scholarship in the following academic year beginning AY2018-19.


Applicants will be selected on a deserving basis and the criteria for the scholarship will include:

  • Applicants must be Malay Singaporeans and existing full-time NUS School of Computing undergraduates.
  • Existing full-time NUS School of Computing undergraduates must have both a Cumulative Average Point (CAP) of at least 3.5 and a Semester Average Point (SAP) of at least 3.5 from the most recent semester to apply.
  • Applicants with other forms of support such as grants, bursaries and scholarships will need to obtain prior approval from the respective awarding bodies for the concurrent holding of the awards; they must indicate such approvals explicitly during their application.
  • Priority shall be given to students who are not holding any scholarship.
  • Any other attributes of the applicant that may provide an assessment of the character and the potential for leadership or contributions to the NUS community.
  • The scholar is also to meet the donor, as and when requested, to give an account of his/her academic performance.


Scholarships are awarded on the basis of competition among eligible candidates and the degrees pursued at the NUS School of Computing.

Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed, where applicable, and selected by the Selection Committee.

The scholar is also to meet the donor, as and when requested, to give an account of his/her academic performance.

The School reserves the right not to award any scholarship if there is no candidate of sufficient merit. The decision of the selection committee is final. Enquiries or disputes surrounding its decisions will not be entertained.