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Friends of the University of Warwick in Singapore Scholarship

"Anything is possible"

This scholarship is funded through the generosity of Warwick alumni and friends in Singapore, through the Friends of the University of Warwick in Singapore Trust.

About this scholarship

Every three years, the Trustees will award a scholarship to outstanding, academically-able undergraduate students from Singapore who are financially-disadvantaged. The next scholarship call will take place in 2024.


A scholarship will be offered to Singaporean nationals and Permanent Residents who can demonstrate that:

  • They are the first in their family to experience international higher education;
  • They are financially-disadvantaged (gross family income of less than $4,000 per month, or per capita income not exceeding $1000 per month);
  • They are on financial assistance at their current school or from the Ministry of Education Financial Assistance Scheme or Independent School Bursary
Duration and Terms of the Scholarship Award

The scholarship supports a maximum of three years of undergraduate study, and will cover tuition and other compulsory fees. Scholarship recipients benefit from funding of at least $65,000 SGD per year to cover fees and contribution to living expenses.

The scholarship is subjected to satisfactory performance and academic results, along with additional requirements relating to reporting to the Trust. A detailed scholarship agreement will be provided for the successful applicant.

Scholarship Bond

There is no formal bond requirement. Scholars will however be required to report annually on their progress to the Trustees. In addition, they will need to complete a termly blog, attend events as the trustees or University may request from time to time, including donor receptions and support the recruitment of further scholars.

If you have any further questions please visit our Friends of Warwick Scholarship FAQ page.

Why Warwick?

Warwick is a leading university, forward-looking and ambitious, where the starting point is always ‘anything is possible’. We're consistently ranked among the top 10 universities in the UK, and are as respected for boundary-breaking research as for teaching and business collaborations. We strive to lead rather than follow, and are renowned for our entrepreneurialism and cosmopolitan outlook.

The Warwick campus is both peaceful and invigorating, with beautiful lakes and sculpture trails sitting alongside state-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities. The large Students’ Union with over 300 clubs and societies, great sports facilities, and unparalleled Warwick Arts Centre means that there is always something interesting to do on campus.

Warwick students have access to over 300 UK and international employers that visit the campus each year, and the University is ranked in the top 20 in the world for reputation among employers.

Join a welcoming community of world-class scholars, real world experts, and some of the best students from more than 192 countries, all united in their passion for learning

Meet current scholar Jade Oh

Pursuing higher education in an entirely new continent, and especially at a university like Warwick, has been absolutely thrilling. The gratitude and excitement I feel for having the opportunity to experience this cannot be understated.

As I prepare to go into my final year of university I have been frequently reflecting on where I would be if I had not been able to attend Warwick, all the life lessons I would not have been able to learn if I did not take the plunge to go to England for the first time and live and study independently.

Jade Oh
BSc in Biological Sciences (2018 - 2021)

Read Jade's blog here


Meet alumnus Chandra Prakash

I graduated from Warwick in 2019 with a degree in Accounting and Finance. I am now based in London and employed by KPMG, one of the Big Four accounting firms.

My time at Warwick has instilled in me the confidence and ambition to believe that I can achieve more. The skills I developed during my time at university have also benefited me greatly in the workplace. None of this would be possible without the help of the Singapore Scholarship.

Chandra Prakash
BSc Accounting and Finance (2016 - 2019)

Read Chandra's blog here


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