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NUSBSA Bursary Fund

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The NUSBSA Bursary Fund is an endowment fund. The capital will be preserved and the income generated will be used to fund the bursaries for financially needy NUS Business School students. 

  • Every $50,000 raised will generate an annual income to help a financially needy student every year in perpetuity.
  • This annual bursary award is valued at about $2,500 for each student. 
  • Donations are also matched by the government (every dollar will be matched 1.5 times) and donors will receive 250% tax deduction.
  • Donations above $25,000 will be accorded sub-naming rights.

‚ÄčFind out more about the NUSBSA Bursary Fund here.


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TOUCH Community Services is a not-for-profit organisation that reaches out to individuals from all backgrounds, including children, youth, families, persons with special needs and the elderly. TOUCH has an integrated network of 21 services, 23 centres and 25 children's clubs located island wide.

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Testimonies of NUSBSA Bursary Fund Recipients 

Sim Zi Yang

Sim Zi Yang was a recipient of the 2021 NUSBSAA Bursary Fund. His family, was deeply affected by the COVID-19 pandemic where his father became the sole breadwinner for the family after his mother was retrenched. Despite continuous search, his mother is still unable to find a job and this has placed a huge financial burden on his father.

The expenses and tuition fees have been a stressful financial problem for his family. Being awarded this bursary has helped his family significantly as it helped reduced the financial burden they faced in this trying times.

Nick Tan

Nick Tan was a recipient of the 2021NUSBSA – Ng Seok Kuan Bursary & NUSBSA Bursary. The first half of 2021 was a shocker for him as his brother was seriously ill, relapsing after 8 years. During the 2.5 months of hospitalization, the family income has dropped massively with his mother took time off from work to visit the brother whenever Nick has lessons. The expenses spent on the brother by Nick and his parents added stress to the situation at home. The bursary award was what kept him going and enabled him to continue university without financial uncertainty.






CONTACT


NUS Business School Alumni Association

National University of Singapore  c/o NUS Business School Alumni Office (BIZAlum),

Mochtar Riady Building Level 6, Unit 6-19,15 Kent Ridge Drive, Singapore 119245

secretariat@nusbsa.org

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