Apply for Commonwealth Scholarships at NUS Graduate School

Deadline: May 15, 2016

Type: Fully Funded

The Commonwealth Scholarship is awarded to talented students with an aptitude for innovative, high calibre PhD research.

Eligibility:

  • All students from any Commonwealth countries and meet the NGS requirements are eligible to apply.
  • Graduates with a passion for cross-disciplinary research in science, engineering, computing, and related aspects of medicine.
  • Graduates with at least 2nd Upper Honours, or equivalent qualifications.
  • GRE is compulsory for all except for applicants from NUS or NTU. Note that GATE is NOT acceptable.
  • TOEFL is compulsory (ONLY applicable for applicants whose native tongue or medium of undergraduate instruction is not in English).

Terms:

  • Monthly stipend, up to 4 years of the PhD studies, OR up to date of graduation,.
  • Full tuition fee subsidy for 4 years.
  • Other allowances including computer allowance, book allowance and conference allowance.
  • Student must commit to PhD from the outset, cannot exit with MSc.

Conditions:

Students are not eligible for the President’s Graduate Fellowship (PGF).
Award is renewable, subject to satisfactory academic performance of CAP ≥ 3.8 at the end of every semester.

Application

Click here to apply online*. All supporting documents, together with a printed copy of the application form are to be submitted by post to:

NUS Graduate School for Integrative Sciences & Engineering (NGS)
Centre For Life Sciences (CeLS)
28 Medical Drive, #05-01
Singapore 117456
Republic of Singapore

For enquiries send email at ngsenquiry@nus.edu.sg, please indicate the subject as “Enquiries on Commonwealth Scholarships”

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