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.
The PSC Scholarship (Engineering) aims to develop individuals to take on leadership roles in the engineering and technology sectors in the Public Service. It is offered to pre-tertiary students and undergraduates (as a mid-term scholarship) who are keen to pursue an engineering career in the Public Service. Scholarship holders will be ‘tied’ to an engineering agency (parent agency) and cluster to deepen their engineering skills early in their career.
Based on undergraduate country of study:
A wide range of engineering courses in various countries.