Financial Assistance in the form of Research Scholarship is available, on a competitive-basis to all full-time students who meet the minimum criteria. The Research Scholarship will carry monthly emoluments, plus full tuition fee subsidy. Candidates with good undergraduate degrees in computer science, information systems or related disciplines are invited to apply for research scholarships. These are for pursuing full-time PhD programmes by research in the School. They are tenable for one year in the first instance and renewable annually for up to four years for PhD candidates, subject to satisfactory performance . Each scholarship holder will receive a monthly allowance of S$2,000 (for international students) and S$2,700 (Singapore Citizens). Graduate students who passed their PhD Qualifying Examination will be awarded an additional top-up of S$500 per month (for two years) during their PhD candidature.
The PGF is awarded to candidates who show exceptional promise or accomplishment in research. A small number of PhD research candidates are selected each semester by the University for the Fellowship. Selected candidates will receive a monthly allowance of S$3,500 (for Singapore citizens) and S$3,000 (international students). The award is tenable for an initial one year and, subject to an annual review of the awardee’s research progress, it can be renewable up to a maximum of 4 years.
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The SG:D Scholarship (Postgraduate) is an industry scholarship that empowers students pursuing Infocomm Media (ICM) related studies at the Masters or PhD level. Students pursuing postgraduate studies in specialised ICM areas such as Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity, Analytics, Immersive Media, and Digital Content Creation can chart your future with this scholarship.
Scholarship details and eligibility criteria can be found here.
Please refer to website at http://www.nus.edu.sg/registrar/edu/gd-fees.html for the latest update.
Unless otherwise indicated as one-time fee, mandatory miscellaneous fees as payable per annum.
Students can request for loans up to 90% of their fees.
All full-time candidates are required to enroll for the medical insurance scheme, unless they have already taken up similar insurance scheme themselves. Research scholars will be automatically enrolled in the medical insurance scheme, which will take effect from the first day of the following month after registration. The prevailing insurance premium will be deducted from the stipend on a monthly basis.