2019 marks Scholarship Guide’s 21st anniversary. We trace our roots back to 1998 when we became one of the first publishers to provide reliable information on matters pertaining to scholarships. Over the years, we have gained vast experience in this area and aspire to continue sharing that knowledge.
MOH Holdings helps Chiam ShiQi further her passion for a specialised field in healthcare.
Serving the People of Singapore
Meet Teoh Meng Wee, 38, who works at MND as Senior Assistant Director of Housing (Town Councils) Division. This is her experience on how she was groomed to excel in her role, and the fulfilment she derives at MND.
The growth of public housing in Singapore requires people who think many steps ahead. Always curious and determined when it comes to solving problems, Lim Zhongyan relishes the challenge of building new generation housing as an engineer with the Housing and Development Board.
Being a structural engineer is not without its challenges, but Evan Cheok finds the experience at Sembcorp Marine exciting and rewarding.
Kelvin Chen finds great meaning in helping to ensure a resilient supply of safe food for Singapore at AVA.
As a National Parks Board Scholar, Rekha was able to pursue her passion for wildlife conservation abroad and then at home, to safeguard our biodiversity.
The MPA continually seeks to upgrade our nation’s capabilities as a leading maritime hub. A forward-looking and eager learner, Tan Chong Yuan fits well in the ever-evolving industry.
As a BCA Scholar, Lee Si Min goes behind the scenes of the building industry, getting intimately involved in its evolution at the country’s top agencies.
Architecture crosses a diversity of disciplines. As a URA scholar, He Yutian dipped her toes into all her interests in building the future of Singapore.
Mechanical engineers in PUB play an important role in navigating the inner workings of our water systems. The NEW Scholarship allows Kevan Kong to turn his passion for water management into a way to give back to the community.
As an architect at DP Architects, Muhammad Hafiz Bin Hanip gets many exciting opportunities to shape the built environment, designing a diverse range of sites both locally and abroad.
Attracted by the vibrant student life, Mabel Tan makes the best of her many NUS Scholarship opportunities.
Geohazards such as earthquakes and volcanoes can impact Singapore, but few pursue the path of a geophysicist to learn about and understand these hazards. With the help of the NEA’s NEW Scholarship, Madeline Ang rises to the challenge.
Opportunities to grow are aplenty for Skyler Tan at the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, allowing him to further his passion for air travel.
Exploring Oneself with an Arts Education
The NUS Global Merit Scholarship keeps career options wide and free from obligations for students. Wesley Kam uses this freedom to rediscover how he can give back to the community.
Dr. Janil Puthucheary, minister-in-charge of the Government Technology Agency of Singapore (GovTech), shares his insights at the first STACK 2018 Developers Conference.
Emotional intelligence can mean the difference between behaving in a socially acceptable way and being considered to be way out of line. While most people will have heard of emotional intelligence, not many people really know how to spot it – in themselves or in others.
The idea of studying abroad is like a dream. You get to stay a few months or even years in another country and fully immerse yourself in the culture by attending classes like a local.
Cross-cultural communication is challenging. Each culture has its own set of rules, and we all carry a collection of cultural biases when we interact with people.
You did it, you finally graduated from university! Now comes the next big challenge: finding a job. As a fresh graduate, the job interview is often a source of anxiety, especially when you have little or no experience in it.
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