THE HCI ADVANTAGE
Information on undergraduate scholarships available for students is updated regularly and posted below. Students can also easily access information about scholarships via BrightSparks, a career, higher education and scholarships portal, where it also allows students to apply for scholarships online.
You are advised to begin building up your personal portfolio in JC1. This should include evidence of community and external enrichment activities, and other leadership positions.
To be eligible for PSC (and many overseas scholarships), you should generally be taking 11 units or more. Scholarship applicants should demonstrate strong leadership qualities and have outstanding Co-Curricular Activities records.
There will be no distinction in the eligibility criteria for Arts and Science students, and taking a subject at H3 level is not required for one to qualify for a scholarship, except where specified (e.g. A*STAR requires its applicants to obtain at least one H3 Merit in the sciences of mathematics.)
HCI organises scholarship seminars and Scholarship Day, with many top scholarship providers visiting the institution, setting up booths and providing students and parents with the latest information about the scholarships they offer.
A total of 38 organizations participated in the 2011 Scholarship Day held on 13 July 2011, with 30 scholarship / career talks and 37 exhibition booths set up. The scholarship organizations gave talks in two concurrent sessions during C2 CT session and the scholarship organizations set up exhibition booths in the Hall. Some of the organizations are A*STAR, AVA, BCA, BrightSparks, CAAS, Changi Airport Group, DOS, DSTA, EDB, GIC, HDB, IDA, IE Singapore, IRAS, JTC, LTA, MAS, MCYS, MFA, MHA, MINDEF/SAF, MND, MOE, MOH, MPA, Natsteel Holdings, NParks, NTU, NUS, PSC, PUB & NEA, SMU, SNCF, SPH, SPRING Singapore, SUTD, URA, USP-NUS.
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