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University Administration
Annual Giving Bursaries
Help students across the University who are in financial need by giving to bursaries.
Asian Peace Programme (APP)
To allow for donations to the Asian Peach Program at ARI. Donations would mainly be used to pay for staff salary.
Endowed Student Support Fund in Honour of Prof Tan Chorh Chuan
This student support fund was established as a tribute to Professor Tan Chorh Chuan’s years of dedicated service to the University and to Singapore. The University will use the income generated from this endowed fund for the advancement of undergraduate education.
Ho Hwee Long Music Score Commission Fund
The music score commission fund will support the creation of new wind band scores which can be performed by NUS Wind Symphony and then given to all local schools to perform free-of-charge, expanding the wind band repertoire and benefiting more young Singaporeans in their learning journey.
Hochstadt NUS Bursary (EF)
Hochstadt NUS Bursary (EF)
Malaysian Community Bursary
The Malaysian Community Bursary (expendable fund) was established to provide support for Malaysian undergraduates who are studying at NUS and facing financial difficulty.
NOC Alumni Bursary (EF)
The NOC Alumni Bursary is established to enable more financially needy undergraduates to apply for NUS Overseas Colleges. The bursary will help more future students to be fully immersed in the NOC experience by defraying their initial costs such as rental deposits and airfare. Your gift will also help to foster the pay-it-forward culture and a closer NOC Alumni Community. From 25 March 2021 to 31 December 2021.
NUS ASEAN Scholars Pay-It-Forward Bursary (EF)
The NUS ASEAN Scholars Pay-It-Forward Bursary was initiated by a group of donors who benefitted from the ASEAN scholarships they received when they came to study in Singapore. They would like to pay their good fortune forward by supporting needy students from ASEAN member states who are studying at the National University of Singapore.
NUS Campus Couples Bursary (EF)
NUS alumni who found their respective life partners on campus have come together to fundraise in support of the NUS Campus Couple Bursary Fund. The bursaries are awarded to financially needy undergraduates studying at NUS.
NUSS Golf Section Bursary (EF)
Established in 1986, the NUS Society (NUSS) Golf Section is one of the largest sporting clubs in NUSS. The NUSS Golf Section actively fulfils its philanthropic calling by fundraising for financially needy undergraduates studying at NUS.
NUSSU & NUSSU Alumni Bursary (EF)
NUSSU and NUSSU Alumni Bursary Endowed Fund will provide financial assistance to needy undergraduate Singaporean students and Singapore Permanent Residents students.
Philip Yeo Initiative at NUS Endowed Fund
The PYI is a ground-up movement, administered by NUS Enterprise , to honour Mr Philip Yeo's contributions and to create a platform for him to develop people and talent. The PYI aims to grow the MAD Spirit in the next generation of Singapore leaders.
Pro Bono Group Donation Account
This fund is to provide financial support to the NUS Pro Bono Group. PBG was established in 2005 by a group of students with a passion to serve Singapore with their legal training. Today, it touches hundreds of individuals through its projects and events. Giving to this fund will empower more than two hundred student volunteers to help provide access to justice for people across Singapore.
Singapore Malayalee Endowed Bursary
For all needy Singaporeans, PRs. Preference for Indian Singaporean, PRs.