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Financial Aid at Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy

The Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy provides generous financial aid to students based on merit. Approximately half of LKY School students receive financial support from the school, whether through scholarships, grants, fee waivers, or fellowships. Below is a summary of the types of financial aid available. Candidates should indicate that they wish to be considered for financial aid when they submit their applications through the LKY School website.

The LKY School offers a number of merit-based scholarships. Some of our students also rely on student loans as part of their financing strategy, while others are able to secure funding from outside sources. These include private charitable foundations, their employers, the government in their home countries, or professional associations and organisations.

Scholarships

Scholarship applicants must have good academic and professional records. They must demonstrate leadership and a desire to contribute to public service. Not all the awards will be made unless there are candidates of sufficient merit. Scholars should not concurrently hold any other scholarship, fellowship or award without the prior approval from the School.

Candidates should indicate that they wish to be considered for financial aid when they submit their application through the LKY School website.

Master Programmes
Scholarships (MPP and MPA only)
Scholarships are offered on merit basis. Applicants must have excellent academic and professional records. They must also  demonstrate leadership and a desire to contribute to public service. Scholars should not concurrently hold any other scholarship, fellowship or award without the prior approval from the School.

The following items are covered by the terms of the relevant scholarships:
  • Tuition fees, medical insurance fees, examination and other approved fees
  • A monthly stipend throughout the period of the award
  • A one-time book and settling-in allowance
  • Shared housing at College Green – Dunearn Road Hostel
  • Cost of travel from home country to Singapore, economy airfare by the most direct route
  • Cost of travel from Singapore to home country upon graduation of the programme, economy airfare by most direct route
LKY Fellowships (MPM only)
The LKY Fellowships are offered on merit basis to recognise outstanding MPM candidates who have clearly demonstrated exceptional leadership qualities and are committed to public service. The Fellowship will fully finance the candidate’s education in the MPM programme. In addition to meeting the stringent criteria for entry into the MPM programme, all fellows should also demonstrate exceptional academic ability and professional distinction to receive the LKY Fellowship. They should not concurrently hold any other scholarship, fellowship, or award without prior approval from the School.

Qualified applicants will be awarded the LKY Fellowship for the MPM programme. The Fellowship, awarded in partnership with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Singapore, is valued in excess of $$130,000 and aims to support senior leaders with a proven trajectory of leadership, a high level of decision-making capabilities and a strong commitment to public service.
The following items are covered by the Fellowship:
  • A monthly stipend throughout the period of the award
  • A one-time book allowance
  • A one-time settling-in allowance
  • Shared housing
  • Tuition, examination, health insurance and other approved fees
  • Tuition fees and accommodation at partner university
  • Cost of travel from home country to Singapore on award of the Fellowship, economy airfare by the most direct route
  • Cost of travel from Singapore to partner university
  • Cost of travel from partner university to Singapore
  • Cost of travel from Singapore to home country upon graduation, economy airfare by the most direct route

PhD in Public Policy Programme

There are 3 types of financial aid available for PhD applicants.
NUS Research Scholarship
PhD candidates will be eligible for NUS Research Scholarships. The Scholarships are tenable for one year in the first instance and are renewable annually, subject to satisfactory progress. The maximum duration of the award will be four years. Renewal of scholarship is subject to satisfactory periodic review. A research scholarship will be terminated if the candidate is issued a warning or placed on probation.
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Lee Kong Chian Graduate Scholarship
The Lee Kong Chian Graduate Scholarships were established from donations received from the Lee Foundation and they are NUS’ most prestigious scholarship awards for graduate students.
The bond-free Scholarships are open to all nationalities who will be admitted as a candidate for a PhD programme at NUS. Shortlisted candidates will be notified for a interview either in Singapore or their home country. Award of the Scholarship is based on competition among eligible candidates and performance at the Scholarship interview.
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President’s Graduate Fellowships (PGF)
The PGF is awarded to candidates who show exceptional promise or accomplishment in research. A number of Ph.D. research students are selected each semester by the University for the award.
Incoming PhD students and current NUS Research Scholars (with the exception of SMA and GPBE students) who have passed the Ph.D. Qualifying Examination are eligible to be considered for the award. The award is tenable for the duration of the up to a maximum of 4 years, subject to an annual review of the scholar’s satisfactory progress. Applicants will be informed of the outcome of award some time in May.
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