Frequently Asked Questions Advanced Search Advanced Search Close Panel All of these words This exact phrase Any of these words Without these words Search within: CAASWhole of Government Expand All Collapse All Human ResourceScholarship Scholarship FAQs 1. What benefits will I receive under the CAAS Undergraduate Scholarship? CAAS will sponsor your tuition and compulsory fees. Scholars will also receive allowances for cost relating to maintenance, settling in prior to studies and vacation attachment. The allowance rates are typically pegged to PSC scholarship rates for the various countries/universities of study. 2. Is there any bond that I need to serve with CAAS upon completion of my university education? You will need to serve a bond with CAAS upon completion of your university education.The bond period for an overseas scholarship is 6 years and 4 years for a local scholarship. 3. As a scholar, will I be required to pursue an undergraduate course which is specified by CAAS? How will the undergraduate course determine my career options in future? Our scholars are able to indicate their preferred course of study at the university of their choice, including professional degrees in Law and Engineering, except for Medicine and Dentistry. However, do note that scholars who pursue law degrees will not be employed as practising lawyers during their service with CAAS. Upon graduation, scholars will serve their bond with CAAS as a Civil Aviation Officer and embark on a management career with a division of their choice. 4. Can I pursue my Masters under the CAAS Undergraduate Scholarship? The CAAS Undergraduate Scholarship is mainly tenable for undergraduate studies. Scholars who would like to do their Masters would typically have to complete both their undergraduate studies as well as Masters within 4 years. Any request to pursue Masters immediately after undergraduate studies will be subject to the organisation's approval. As a high performance organisation, CAAS also provides opportunities for in-service graduate officers to pursue post graduate studies later in their career. 5. Do I have to remain in the same division for the entire duration of my bond period? Opportunities for job rotation are available for all officers to gain exposure to the wide spectrum of aviation-related work. Scholars may be deployed to different divisions at various stages of their career, depending on their career aspirations and organisational needs. There will also be opportunities for external secondment, such as to the Ministry of Transport or the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO). 6. How many scholarships are awarded each year? Is there any annual quota in the selection of new scholars? There is no quota for the award of scholarships and the selection of scholars is based on merit and calibre. 7. When can I apply for the CAAS Undergraduate Scholarship? Application will open in mid-December and close 2 weeks after the release of 'A' level results. You may apply with your prelim examinations results. 8. Are foreigners considered for the CAAS Undergraduate Scholarship? Only Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents will be considered. Permanent Residents will be required to take up a citizenship upon offer of the CAAS scholarship. 9. Do you offer Mid-term scholarships? Yes, undergraduates in their 1st, 2nd and 3rd year of study, on track to graduate with at least 2nd upper class Honours or equivalent may submit their application for the Mid-term scholarship. If you are unable to find an answer to your query, please submit your Feedback to let us know how we can help you.