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SIM GE continues to keep a look out for other partners and opportunities which can help our students. As such, we will add more of these bursaries/ financial assistance programmes over time. You can check them out and apply directly to the relevant organisations.
AMP Education Bursary
The Association of Muslim Professionals (AMP) was established on 10 October 1991, formed with core programmes in education, human resource development, social development and research.
The AMP Education Bursary offers monetary assistance to students who are pursuing their polytechnic or university education. The bursary award seeks to recognize their academic achievements and be a source of motivation for them to strive harder in their studies. It hopes to see students through their pursuit of higher levels of education and in future, give back to those in need within the community.
Visit www.amp-rfs.sg for more details about the bursary.
For enquiries, please contact the coordinator Ms Noraqilah at Tel: 6416 1425 or email her at email@example.com.
Muslimin Trust Fund Association (MTFA), a registered charitable Muslim organisation in Singapore aims to provide financial assistance to Muslim students from lower-income families in Singapore as well as orphans who wish to further their education in various fields.
Application forms can be downloaded from their website or obtained at the MTFA Office, 5 Mattar Road, Darul Ihsan Orphanage Building, Singapore 387713.
For enquiries, please call 6746 5729 or email at adminMTFA@mtfa.org.
Lee Foundation Study Grant
The Lee Foundation was founded in 1952 by Dr Lee Kong Chian, one of Singapore's foremost businessmen and philanthropists. As Dr Lee believed that the key to long-term prosperity is education, education has been the abiding object of support for the Lee Foundation and majority of its contributions went into education.
Students are required to write in to Lee Foundation on their own to request for grant with justifiable reasons.
Address: 65 Chulia Street, #44-01 OCBC Centre, Singapore 049513
The Shaw Foundation in Singapore was set up in 1957 by the Shaw brothers with the overriding principle that wealth contributed by society should be returned and in generous measures. It is one of the largest philanthropic organisations in the world.
Students are required to write in to Shaw Foundation on their own to request for grant with justifiable reasons.
Address: Shaw Centre #13-00 1 Scotts Road Singapore 228208
Sivadas-HEB Education Fund
The Sivadas-HEB Education Fund, a fund established by the trustees of the Estate of the Late Sivadas Sankaran, provides needy Hindu children with financial assistance to get a good education.
The Sivadas-HEB Education Fund invites Hindu students from low-income families pursuing tertiary education to apply for financial assistance to help them meet the cost of their education. Students can apply for a Tuition Subsidy. The tuition subsidy will be limited to a maximum of 50% of the yearly tuition fee subject to a maximum of $6,000 per year, according to the year of study or any other amount as determined by the Sivadas-HEB Education Fund Committee.
Visit https://heb.org.sg/sivadas-heb-tertiary-fund.aspx for more details about this tuition subsidy.
For enquiries, please contact the Hindu Endowments Board at tel: 65939209 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.