Scholarship Details

The Public Service Commission (PSC) safeguards the fundamental principles of integrity, impartiality and meritorcracy in the Singapore Public Service. It is a neutral and independent body which carries out its work without fear or favour. 

The PSC's key responsibilities include selecting and developing PSC Scholarship holders, appointing and promoting top talent, maintaining discipline amongs civil servants, and acting as the final appellate board to ensure that all officers are fairly and consistently treated.

PSC Master's Scholarship

PSC scholarships provide outstanding young men and women who have the passion and conviction to serve Singapore and Singaporeans, through a rewarding career in the Public Service. PSC scholarship holders are funded to study a range of disciplines at good universities locally and overseas.

Requirement

● Strong leadership qualities and interest in a public service career

● GCE ‘A’ levels, International Baccalaureate Diploma, NUS High School Diploma, Polytechnic Diploma or other equivalent qualifications.

● Good co-curricular activities (CCA) record

● Singapore citizens or Permanent Residents who will take up Singapore citizenship before commencement of study

Value of Scholarships

● Tuition fee, maintenance allowances and other approved charges/allowances 

● Required and approved airfares

● Sponsorship for summer and exchange programmes, as well as Master’s degree subject to conditions

Bond Duration

(Based on country of study)
• Singapore: 4 years

• Singapore (Med/Den): 6 years

• Non-English speaking countries (e.g. China, France, Japan, Germany): 5 years

• USA/UK: 6 years 

Choice of Courses

A wide range of courses including (but not limited to) Liberal Arts, Business, Law, Economics, Philosophy, History, Engineering, Accountancy, Science, Mathematics and others. 

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