Beasiswa Singapore Nanyang President’s Graduate Scholarship 2012


Beasiswa Singapore Nanyang President’s Graduate Scholarship 2012

Posted: 04 Oct 2011 08:03 PM PDT

The Nanyang President’s Graduate Scholarship (NPGS) is a competitive and prestigious scholarship scheme designed to encourage outstanding graduates or final-year students to take their first step towards a leading research career by studying for a PhD at NTU.

Who is eligible?

There is no restriction as to the nationality of candidates but all things being equal, preference will be given to Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents.

Eligibility criteria

You must have a First Class Honours degree or equivalent at Bachelor’s level
If you have not yet completed your undergraduate degree programme, you will need to furnish documentation from your university that you are on track to get a First Class Honours degree or equivalent

Coverage and award terms

Full tuition fees
Monthly stipend of $3200
Conference allowance for two major overseas conferences in the 4-year period
One-time IT allowance of $1500
Annual grant of $500 for journal subscription or book purchase
Thesis preparation allowance
Priority will be given for subsidised campus accommodation

Apakah Anda berkeinginan untuk melanjutkan studi ke Singapore tepatnya di Nanyang Technological University (NTU) dengan beasiswa Singapore, Nanyang President’s Graduate Scholarship 2012, sila lihat informasi pendaftaran dan pengiriman aplikasi beasiswa di website terkait: http://www3.ntu.edu.sg/NPGS/home/.

Pengiriman aplikasi pendaftaran beasiswa Singapore Nanyang President’s Graduate Scholarship 2012 dibuka mulai tanggal 1 Oktober – 15 November 2011.

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