The Finance Scholarship Programme (FSP) is one of the manpower development initiatives supported by grants administered by the MAS. The Finance Scholarship Programme comprise of 2 tracks: 1. Company-Sponsored Track – where MAS co-funds with a Singapore-based financial institution to send its staff for postgraduate studies in top Masters programmes. 2. Individual Track – where MAS co-funds with individual applicants, the cost of postgraduate studies in top Masters programmes.
For Individuals: The FSP is open for applications twice every year, from November to January (application deadline: end January) for the first exercise; and from May to July (application deadline: end July) for the second exercise. Candidates must apply on their own to the respective Universities prior to submitting their applications for the FSP to the FSDF Secretariat. Only those who have already applied to the Universities/programmes will be considered.
Candidates must have a good honors degree (second upper and above) or equivalent, and good GRE/GMAT scores. Preference will be given to candidates: 1. who are Singapore citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents, and 2.with at least two years’ work experience in the Singapore financial sector Candidates must have applied to top Masters programmes.