PSC has a suite of programmes specially tailored to prepare our scholarship holders with the skills and instincts that they would need in the Public Service. Here are some highlights:
The Preparatory Course is a milestone programme that prepares new scholarship holders for a Public Service career. It gives them the opportunity to reflect on what it means to be in the Public Service and builds esprit de corps. Usually held over a week, the Preparatory Course includes teambuilding activities, a personal Mastery course and a Dialogue with Senior Public Service Leader.
PSC Scholarship holders' Mid-Course Programme
Following the Preparatory Course, PSC scholarship holders will participate in the PSC Scholarship holders' Mid-Course Programme (PSMP) after their second year of undergraduate studies. PSMP is held in Singapore for about 6 to 8 weeks during the school vacation. The programme is designed to allow scholarship holders to gain an overview of policy issues & policy making in Singapore, experience first-hand work in the civil service and learn more about issues faced by the community.
Internships and Attachments
Do a summer school in another universityExplore the region on a student exchange programme with their universityGo for an Operations Raleigh or other community projects in the region and experience another culture