ABS SCHOLARSHIP (2012)
ABS is a leading international classification society devoted to promoting the security of life and property and preserving the natural environment through the development and verification of standards for the design, construction and operational maintenance of marine and offshore assets.
ABS has had a longstanding commitment to invest in the future of the maritime industry. The Scholarship is awarded every year in January or February to deserving students in the Bachelors of Engineering (Civil) with specialisation in Offshore Engineering or Bachelors of Engineering (Mechanical) with specialisation in Offshore Oil and Gas Technology.
ALICE GOH SCHOLARSHIP (2012)
Her quiet dignity shone through. As a pioneer of children’s social services in Singapore, Madam Alice Goh touched the lives of many, discreetly but indelibly. In memory of Madam Goh, the first wife of one of Singapore’s founding fathers, Dr Goh Keng Swee, her family has set up an endowed fund with the University’s Department of Social Work.
The Scholarship is awarded to deserving students pursuing Undergraduate and Masters studies in social work.
ALLEN & GLEDHILL SCHOLARSHIP (2012)
Allen & Gledhill LLP has had a long tradition of pro bono work and volunteering in the community and is always trying to reach out to different stakeholders with diverse needs through its multi-faceted corporate social responsibility activities and initiatives.
To commemorate the 110th year anniversary of the firm’s founding, Allen & Gledhill made a gift to NUS for a scholarship in support of financially disadvantaged and academically meritorious NUS Law students. NUS named it the Allen & Gledhill Scholarship.
ASIA FUSION TECHNOLOGY SCHOLARSHIP (2015)
Digital agency, Asia Fusion Technology Pte Ltd, is dedicated to delivering strategic software programming and consultancy activities. It provides digital solutions for web and mobile design, online gaming operations, social media platforms and print media. The company’s gift to the NUS School of Computing reflects its belief in nurturing outstanding individuals and in the importance of giving back to the communities in which it operates.
The Scholarship is awarded to up to two School of Computing undergraduate students each year, and is tenable for the Academic Year in which it is awarded.