Department of Architecture Financial Assistance and Scholarships
Lee Kip Lin Bursary
The Lee Kip Lin Bursary is established by Mrs. Lee Li Ming to commemorate the life of her late husband, Associate Professor Lee Kip Lin in architectural education. Associate Professor Lee Kip Lin was an influential teacher in the Department of Architecture where he taught for five years between 1976 and 1984 and as an intrepid and independent scholar of architectural and urban history of Singapore.
2 bursaries, each valued at $7,500 will be awarded in each academic year, starting AY2013/14. Applicants should be full-time undergraduates reading the BA (Architecture) programme and shortlisted candidates will be interviewed by the Selection Committee.
SAA EnReach Study Grant
The study grant is donated by SAA Architects (Singapore) commencing AY2015/16 with the aim of providing bursaries for financially needy Singaporean students enrolled at the Department of Architecture. The grant will be awarded to up to two students per academic year.
Each grant valued at S$5000 per year will be effective for two academic years to support the same student throughout his/her course of study in Year 3 and 4, subject to the student meeting the criteria (if any) set by the University from time to time in its policies for the award of bursaries.
The gift will help to ensure that the Department will always be accessible to talented students from the widest possible backgrounds.
Cheong Koon Hean Scholarship
The Cheong Koon Hean Scholarship is established by Dr Cheong Koon Hean who is the CEO of Housing Development Board (HDB) since 2010. Up to three scholarships, each valued at S$9400 will be given out to deserving Master of Urban Planning (MUP) and Master of Arts Urban Design (MAUD) Singaporean students in each year with effect from AY2017/18.
The scholarship will be effective for one academic year for MAUD students. For MUP students, the scholarship will be effective for two academic years to support the same student throughout his/her course of study in MUP Year 1 and 2, subject to the student meeting the criteria (if any) set by the University from time to time in its policies for the award.