Tuition Fees & Grants

Tuition Fees & Grants

Tuition Fees per annum are listed below:

  1. Academic Year 2016/17 Tuition Fees
  2. Academic Year 2015/16 Tuition Fees
  3. Academic Year 2014/15 Tuition Fees

Other fees:

  1. Miscellaneous
  2. Incidentals


Tuition Grant

The Tuition Grant Scheme (TGS) was introduced by the Government to subsidise the high cost of tertiary education in Singapore.

SIT students who are awarded the Tuition Grant (TG) will pay the subsidised tuition fees as shown on the Tuition Fees page.

Who is eligible to apply?

The TG is extended to SIT students who are Singapore Citizens (SC) or Singapore Permanent Residents (SPR). For International students (IS), only those from AY 2015 cohort onwards are eligible to apply.

Students who had received TG for studies for degree programmes (including students who changed programmes within SIT) will be eligible for TG up to normal programme duration at SIT less the number of semesters/trimesters of TG received for their previous programme.

Students who had fully utilized their TG for studies for degree programmes and were conferred degree qualifications will have to pay non-subsidised fees for the entire duration of their new programme.


Tuition Grant Service Obligation

Only SPR and IS students are required to sign a TG agreement and are required to work for a Singapore-based company for a period of three years upon graduation.

There is no service obligation for SC students.

Note: SPR and IS students who do not sign the TG agreement will pay non-subsidised fees.


How to apply?

Application for Tuition Grant is done during matriculation.

  1. SC students
    SC students will need to download the “Declaration for Tuition Grant Eligibility” form from the SIT Student Portal and submit the completed and signed form to SIT Registrar’s Office. The students will also need to upload the scanned copy of the completed form to the SIT Student Portal.

  2. SPR and IS students
    SPR and IS students will need to apply at MOE TGonline website (please refer to the Application Guide) during the specified application period indicated in the matriculation letter. Students will then sign the TG agreement at a signing ceremony conducted by MOE officers. Each student will need to bring along two sureties for the signing ceremony. The sureties must be above 21 and below 65 years of age and must not be undischarged bankrupts

Detailed information on Tuition Grant
  1. Please refer to MOE TGonline website, and the “FAQs” under “Grant Information” for important details.
  2. You may also contact the MOE Tuition Grant Unit for clarifications:
    Tuition Grant Unit
    Higher Education Division
    Office Tower Level 15
    Ministry of Education, Singapore
    1 North Buona Vista Drive
    Singapore 138675

    Tel: +65 6872 2220
    Fax: +65 6776 8609