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Fri 25 Feb 2011
The Loke Cheng-Kim Foundation Scholarships for first degrees in Natural Sciences, Environment, et al. (closes 18 Mar 2011)
Category : education
THE LOKE CHENG-KIM FOUNDATION
The Loke Cheng-Kim Foundation invites students who have applied for admission to courses leading to first degrees conferred by established local and overseas universities in the 2011/2012 academic year to apply for scholarship awards.
Applicants should be Singapore citizens or permanent residents and should not be current holders of other scholarship awards or grants. This year, the Board is looking particularly for applications in the fields of Natural Sciences, Environment, Horticulture, the Humanities and the Performing Arts.
Candidates should ideally have a strong record of academic and co-curricular achievements, but consideration will also be given to those who can demonstrate a capacity for independent thought, together with a real passion for and commitment to their chosen field. Candidates will be asked to accompany the prescribed application form with a personal statement (maximum 300 words) stating their career aims and aspirations, and how they see their chosen university and course of study as helping to achieve them.
A scholarship’s annual value will cover fees and book allowances, initial clothing allowance, maintenance allowance and return economy class airfare and is tenable for the whole undergraduate course of study leading to a first degree.
Applications must be made on prescribed forms available at the foundation's webage - link and submitted to:
The Loke Cheng-Kim Foundation
c/o Tricor Singapore Pte Ltd
8 Cross Street #11-00 PWC Building
18 March 2011
Applicants shortlisted for interview will be notified by 30 April 2011.