Scholarship Details

​MOH Holdings (MOHH) is the holding company of Singapore’s public healthcare clusters – National University Health System, National Healthcare Group, Singapore Health Services, Alexandra Health System, Jurong Health Services and Eastern Health Alliance.

Healthcare Graduate Studies Award (HGSA)

The Healthcare Graduate Studies Award (HGSA)* is offered by the Ministry of Health to final year undergraduates or recent university graduates who are keen to pursue a Master’s degree in selected health science disciplines. Apply for the HGSA now and embark on a journey towards a rewarding and fulfilling healthcare career. *Post-Graduate Scholarship

Requirement

• Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident who will take up Singapore citizenship before embarking on studies
• Have a good university degree (Second Class (Upper) Honours or equivalent)
• Have a good track record of work achievements (if applicable)
• Have strong leadership qualities
• Have a passion for public healthcare and excellent communication skills

Value of Scholarships

• Tuition and compulsory fees
• Monthly allowance
• Pre-study allowance (for overseas study only)
• Return economy airfare (for overseas study only)
• Sponsorship for approved development programmes

Bond Duration

Local:

  • 2 years (for 1 year of study)
  • 3 years (for more than 1 year of study, capped at 2 years)


Overseas:

  • 3 years (for 1year of study)
  • 4 years (for more than 1 year of study, capped at 2 years)

Where to Pursue

Master’s degree in selected health science disciplines from MOHH approved local or overseas university

Choice of Courses

•Audiology
•Biostatistics
•Business Analytics
•Clinical Psychology
•Epidemiology
•Health Economics
•Medical Informatics
•Public Health
•Speech Therapy

Scholar's Experience

ALWAYS READY TO CARE

Ms Cassandra Wong decided on a nursing...

IMAGE OF HIS FUTURE

Image of his future

RADIATING HOPE AND CARE

Establishing good relationships with his...

HELPING PATIENTS ON A DIFFICULT JOURNEY

HELPING PATIENTS ON A DIFFICULT JOURNEY

GOING THE EXTRA MILE

As a physiotherapist, Ms Mary Ann Tay’s...

HEALING TOUCH

A passion to help cancer patients led Mr...

A STROKE OF PASSION

Staff nurse Cassandra Chen has her heart set...

LENDING A LISTENING EAR

Medical social worker Amanda Low enjoys...

LITTLE THINGS THAT COUNT

Occupational therapist Amelia Tan finds it...

PICTURE OF HEALTH

Diagnostic radiographer Noor Aqilah Abdul...

HER HEART IS IN IT

Senior Staff Nurse Kristelle Lee brings her...

MAKING AN INFORMED DECISION

Senior radiographer Ong Yi Xiong advises...

MORE THAN JUST A JOB

Diagnostic radiographer Qiu Dejian finds...

HELPING PATIENTS AND FAMILIES MANAGE BETTER

Miss Cheong has no regrets about switching...

COMMUNICATIONS EXPERT

Speech therapist Celeste Chew helps patients...

HOLISTIC CARE FOR PATIENTS

Physiotherapist Ahmad Bukhari Ahmad Tarmizi...

RADIATING SATISFACTION

Mr Muhammad ensures accurate delivery of...

CARVING OUT HER NICHE

Ms Nurnazlyna Mohd Bahtiaraffandi wants her...

JOY OF CARING

Mr Sim Ping Hua believes nursing is a calling

MOTIVATED ADVOCATE

Medical social worker Sarah Lee helps...

HAPPY FEET

Podiatrist Lee Qimin helps students make the...

DISPENSING ADVICE ON DRUGS

Senior pharmacist Agnes Wong works closely...

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