2011-2012 Masters scholarships for International students in Singapore
Study Subject: Civil Engineering, Safety, Health & Environmental Technology,Chemistry, Business (Financial Services)
Employer:The Colombo Plan – Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Singapore
Scholarship Description: In December 1977 the Colombo Plan for Cooperative Economic Development in South and Southeast Asia was changed to The Colombo Plan for Co-operative Economic and Social Development in Asia and the Pacific, to reflect the expanded geographical composition of its enhanced membership and the scope of its activities. The primary focus of all Colombo Plan activities is human resources development in the Asia-Pacific region. Over the years, the programme content of the Colombo Plan has been adjusted to respond to the needs of member countries in a fast changing economic environment. In the early years, the training programmes were more of a long-term nature whilst the current programmes are established to provide advance skills and experience sharing, aimed at arriving at the best practices in different fields of economic and social activities for effective policy making and governance.
The postgraduate programmes are taught in English.
Duration :The scholarship will be awarded for full-time study over duration of one year
Scholarship Up to 2 scholarships are available under this CPS – Singapore collaboration programme
Singapore Postgraduate Areas of Study Except in Medicine and Dentistry, candidates may pursue their Master Degree studies in areas of interest offered by the National University of Singapore (NUS), and the Singapore Management University.
Invited Countries : Colombo Plan Developing Member countries.
Scholarship Application Deadline:
National University of Singapore
Master of Science in Civil Engineering : 25 February 2011
Master of Science in Safety, Health & Environmental Technology : 25 February 2011
Masters of Science in Chemistry : 31 March 2011
Singapore Management University
1. Master of IT in Business (Financial Services) : 31 March 2011