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How many rounds of selection are there for scholarship?
Following the submission of completed applications, selected applicants will be required to take psychometric tests. Details will be provided in February. Shortlisted applicants will subsequently be invited for an interview with the Selection Committee.
Must I have secured a place at a university prior to applying for the scholarship?
You need not have secured a university place before the submission of your application. However, you should indicate in your application form the universities that you have applied to or intend to apply to. In the event that you are shortlisted for an interview, Secretariat will get in touch with you for an update on the status of your university applications.
What are the courses of study allowed under the scholarship?
There is no restriction on the course of study. Past recipients of the scholarship have pursued a wide range of disciplines, including Law, Business Management, Life Sciences, Music and specialised medical fields.
Do I need to take pre-admission tests for this scholarship application?
No, you do not need to take pre-admission (e.g. TOEFL, GRE or GMAT) specifically for this scholarship application. However, you should check with the universities that you are applying to, on their requirements for admission.
Can I apply if I do not have a Second Class Upper Honours Degree or equivalent?
Yes, you may apply. Applications will be assessed holistically, taking into consideration applicants' track record of professional achievements, leadership, contributions to the community, etc.
While applicants' academic records are also a factor for consideration, those who do not possess a Second Class Upper Honours Degree but have strong compensating factors in other areas may also be considered.
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