Scholars' Profiles

Defending our nation on the International Stage

She doesn’t command a military troop. She doesn’t bear any arms. Yet Rachel Ong plays one of the most critical roles in maintaining Singapore’s safety at the global level.

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A Captain of Passion and Purpose

When it came to deciding a career path for herself, CPT Jaime Liew wanted a job that would challenge her intellectually and engage her emotionally. When she attended a scholarship tea session after her International Baccalaureate examination, she was attracted by what the SAF had to offer.

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The Eyes of the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)

As the Head of SAF’s Force Transformation Office, Lieutenant Colonel John Samuel has to see to one thing—that the future of the SAF is in good hands.

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Nurturing our Future Leaders

No Army, no matter how valiant, can forge ahead without logistics support. It’s the lifeline for every soldier, the pivot for military success. ME6 Benny Yong shares how he and his team fortify our national defence and boost our soldiers’ training experience, all with the profound power of engineering and Combat Service Support (CSS).

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A Rewarding Career as the Nation’s Auditor

I chose this scholarship because I believe that the work I will be doing in this organisation after graduation is aligned with my interests and values. I truly value the transparency that our government has with the public and would love to be a facilitator in building and maintaining the public’s trust in the government. I am also fortunate that my interest in finance can help me do so.

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Re-Discovering Self At NUS

More than just a scholarship, the NUS Merit Scholarship augments Chloe Chan’s long-term personal growth.

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Journey Towards A Fulfilling Career In Nursing

As a Healthcare Scholar, Lu Yen Ling shares how MOH Holdings’ Healthcare Merit Award has helped to fulfill her passion for improving the well-being of others.

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From Imagining To Designing The Urban City

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.

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For the Love of Animals

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.

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Engineering Homes of Tomorrow

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.

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