Fully Funded Singapore Management University (SMU) Academic Research Doctorate, 2023-24, Singapore

Application Deadline: January 31, 2023

Academic research PhD programs:

SMU awards scholarships, bursaries and other financial assistance schemes to PhD students on a competitive basis. At the time of admission, we assess applicants for various award schemes based on qualifications and eligibility for these schemes.


Full Scholarships

SMU PhD Full Scholarships cover registration and subsidized tuition fees (see SMU PhD Program Fees for details). As soon as you receive the pension, you will receive a monthly living allowance (as indicated in the table below according to your nationality). These scholarships are renewed annually based on good academic performance during the first 4 years of your PhD candidacy.

Beyond the fellowship period, you can receive ongoing support at SMU through research assistantships and teaching assistantships (see Financial Aid Schemes in year 5) or industry grants.

Scholars under this scheme are not allowed to engage in any other gainful employment.

Table 1A: Award (tier 1) scholarship rates for PhD students*

Citizenship Monthly Stipend (S$)
Citizen of Singapore 3600
Singapore Permanent Resident 3400
Foreign Student 3100

*Applicable to PhD students from SOA, LKCSB, SOE, SOSS, SCIS** and YPHSL.
**Applies to SCIS PhD students Received before August 1, 2018.

Table 1B: Premium (Tier 1) scholarship rates for STEM PhD students admitted from 1 August 2018

Citizenship Monthly Stipend (S$)
Citizen of Singapore 5000
Singapore Permanent Resident 4000
Foreign Student 3750

Table 2: Non-awarded (Tier 2) fellowship rates for PhD students

Citizenship First Monthly Stipend
Qualification Examination (S$)
Then Monthly Stipend
Qualification Examination (S$)
Citizen of Singapore 2800 3300
Singapore Permanent Resident 2400 2900
Foreign Student 2200 2700

Notes

  • Monthly stipend rates are effective August 1, 2021.
  • These degrees do not apply to the PhD in Business (General Administration).
  • The PhD qualifying exam assesses students’ mastery of the foundation required for the dissertation, the next stage of the PhD program.
  • From August 2015, Singapore citizens will receive a 17% CPF contribution.
  • A scholarship recipient must pass the Qualification Examination before the 25th of the month to be eligible for the next month’s scholarship increase.

Terms and Conditions under Full Scholarship

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Scholarship recipients will be subject to the terms and conditions of the scholarship offer (for Singapore Citizens/Singapore Permanent Residents and International Students). Recipients must sign a letter of commitment.


Financial aid schemes in 5th year

After you stop receiving fellowships at the end of the 4th year of your PhD program, you can work part-time or full-time as a Research Assistant (RA), Teaching Assistant (TA) or Graduate Instructor (GI). main. If you are working full-time, you will need to complete your studies on a part-time basis (as approved by the relevant School).

If you are an international student, you can work up to 16 hours per week on a part-time basis. If you are working on a full-time basis, you will either have an Employment Card or an S-Pass which will be approved by the Ministry of Manpower. However, to be approved for full-time employment, you must complete all requirements of the PhD program, except for your dissertation.

Recruitment procedures and pay rates are based on existing guidelines.

Student Training (such as the SMU Teaching Center of Excellence and English Communication Center workshops) is available to SMU PhD students. These programs will strengthen your skills to better contribute as an RA, TA or GI.

Source / Details: Official website HERE.

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