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Bursaries & Financial Aid

We believe everyone deserves a chance to receive the best possible education. SIM offers bursaries and grants, and constantly looks out for partners to assist our students facing financial difficulties.

SIM Global Education Bursary

This bursary aims to provide financial assistance to needy students studying at SIM Global Education (GE). 

  • Monetary assistance of up to $6,000, tenable for one year of study 
  • Open to local and international SIM GE students in selected diploma, bachelor’s or master’s programmes 
  • No repayment required, unless the recipient discontinues his or her studies

Learn more


SIM GE Crisis Fund

This bursary aims to provide financial assistance to needy students studying at SIM Global Education (GE). 

  • Value of the fund up to S$5,000 for each eligible student
  • Open to Full-time / Part-time SIM GE students pursuing Foundation, Diploma, Undergraduate or Postgraduate programmes, excluding those who are currently in Bridging / Preparatory / Certificate in English course
  • No repayment required

Learn more

Other Financial Schemes

As we learn about new opportunities to help our students, we will update this list with more financial assistance programmes.

Please click on the following link for some of the available external financial assistance which you may be eligible to apply for.

The Association of Muslim Professionals (AMP) was established on 10 October 1991, offering core programmes in education, human resource development, social development and research.

The AMP Education Bursary seeks to recognise students for their academic achievements and be a source of motivation for them to strive harder in their studies.
  • Monetary assistance of $1,000 (for degree students) or $500 (for diploma students)
  • Open to selected local diploma and degree students of all races

Enquiries & more information
Phone: 6416 3966

Learn more on AMP’s website

Lembaga Biasiswa Kenanga Maulud (LBKM) was formed in 1965 with the concerted determination and commitment of the leaders of about 70 Malay/Muslim organisations. They felt the need to have an organisation that can cater to the financial needs of the needy students.

Since its establishment, LBKM’s focus has been to provide financial assistance in the form of bursaries to needy students.
  • Monetary assistance of $1,200 to $1,800 (for degree students), or $600 to $1,000 (for diploma students) 
  • Open to Singapore citizens 
  • Also open to applicants under 21 years old with at least one parent who is a Singapore citizen

Enquiries & more information
Phone: 6447 4770  

Learn more on LBKM’s website

Muslimin Trust Fund Association (MTFA) is a registered charitable Muslim organisation in Singapore. It aims to provide financial assistance to Muslim students from lower-income families in Singapore, as well as to orphans who wish to further their education in various fields. 
  • Monetary assistance of $2,000 (for degree students) or $1,000 (for diploma students) 
  • Open to Muslim students from low-income families who are pursuing tertiary education 

Enquiries & more information
Phone: 6747 7556 / 6746 5729

Learn more on MTFA’s website

The Sivadas-HEB Education Fund, a fund established by the trustees of the Estate of the Late Sivadas Sankaran, provides needy Hindu children with financial assistance to get a good education.

The Fund invites Hindu students from low-income families pursuing tertiary education to apply for a Tuition Subsidy to help them meet the cost of their education.  
  • Maximum of 50% of the yearly tuition fee, subject to a maximum of $5,000 per year 
  • Open to Hindu students from low-income families pursuing tertiary education

Enquiries & more information
Phone: 6296 3469

Learn more on Sivadas-HEB’s website