Welcome to the start of the New Year. We hope that everyone has had a fruitful beginning to the year so far.
While some are already busy embarking on a new venture, there may be many who are still looking for their ideal scholarship. We hope to be of assistance to you with our lineup of useful information and great articles to guide you in your scholarship search.
Scholar Ryan Kwok shares his scholarship journey and aspirations for a Smart Nation.
Scholar Goh Jia Yi shares her scholarship journey and aspirations for a Smart Nation.
Even among his diverse interests, including being skilled in archery and basketball, Penn Han’s aptitude for computers was evident since his schooling days.
As the consumption of fossil fuels grows worldwide, the need for alternative energy sources needs to be explored. Jesse Raj Espinoso Pandian rises to the challenge with the Sembcorp Scholarship.
CAAS Overseas Undergraduate Scholarship alum Melanie Teo went abroad with her programme and enriched her professional life.
Poh Jia Yi, Bee is an Executive Principal at My First Skool (Kampung Admiralty) who received multiple company-sponsored developmental opportunities during her 10-year career.
MND Edge scholar Rachel Liu Yunyann steps into the world of urban planning and real estate in Singapore.
Tan Jing Ying Reveals Her Plans to Shape the Built Environment Sector.
Teoh Lai Xing is set to achieve his dreams with the help of BCA-Teambuild Built Environment Undergraduate Scholarship.
HDB Undergraduate scholar Zacary went overseas with his scholarship and now has a glowing career as an engineer at HDB.
A love for animals took NParks Undergraduate Scholarship candidate Shawn on a journey into veterinary and wildlife care.
NParks Undergraduate scholar Rebecca took her love for the environment to the next level with land planning of Singapore.
From an empty plot of land, Ng Jia Yi – URA Scholar sees potential cities and living quarters.
URA Scholar, Wilson Chua sets to achieve digital fluency and global exposure at Imperial College London.
Jolyn Tan reveals sound advice to make the most out of a scholarship.
With the National Environment & Water Scholarship, Chew Li Hong hopes to give back after graduating.
Tan Yung-En Joash shares why he chose SFA and his future aspirations for the agriculture industry in Singapore.
NUS Merit Scholar, Erika starts her first year as a Biomedical Engineering student to start her potential career in this growing industry.
NUS Global Merit Scholar, Jia Rui ventures into a double degree in business administration and computer science thus diversifying his skillset for his future work life.
Many universities offer various financial assistance schemes to empower each student on their academic journey. A tertiary education is increasingly important for career prospects and it is strongly recommended to further your studies beyond secondary school.
Ah the hard ‘no,’ it’s never a pleasant thing to hear. The word ‘no’ quite often implies rejection and failure. Applying for jobs is always a tricky and time-consuming process – one can say that looking for a job, is a full-time job.
As companies are starting to place more importance on a social and cultural fit, psychometric tests are becoming more commonplace to help employers make an informed decision about a candidate’s suitability for a role within their organisation.
A study in 2015 by UK-based company High Fliers, has shown that almost 50% of potential employers agree that fresh graduates with zero work experience are unlikely to be hired.
Accepted a job offer that you regret? Or simply because a better offer came along after you said ‘yes’ to the first one. It’s nothing personal, it’s just business. However, ‘ghosting’ your potential employers is still not advisable.
Scholarship committees receive thousands of applicants on a yearly basis, so what makes a candidate truly shine and stand out from the rabble? Nailing your scholarship essay is one step to set yourself apart.
Picking the right university course for you is probably the second most important step of your tertiary education (aside from choosing to have a tertiary education).
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