Bursaries

The global COVID-19 pandemic has impacted Singapore, its economy and its people in many ways. It has hampered students’ learning, and the impact has affected children and students in disadvantaged families disproportionately.

We believe that every child has the right to quality education regardless of family background.  With that in mind, we are reaching out to the community around us to support disadvantaged students and families by offering a limited number of bursary/scholarship awards to Singapore students whose families are experiencing the adverse effects of COVID-19.

To ensure that they will get the most out of their education, awardees will receive year-long tuition support for classes attended at any of our Elucidation Learning Centres in 2021.

Eligibility Criteria (for Bursaries):

Students applying do not have to be doing well academically.  We believe that with the right attitude, students will improve under the mentorship of our educators.  However, bursary applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Applicant must be a Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident.
  • Applicant must be currently enrolled and studying in an MOE mainstream school.
  • The immediate family of the applicant student has Gross Monthly Household
    Income (GHI) ≤ S$2,750 or a Monthly Household Per Capita Income (PCI) ≤ $690
    at the time of the application

Eligibility Criteria (for Scholarships):

Students applying for a scholarship award are currently doing well academically OR have shown significant improvements in their academic performance at school.  However, COVID-19 has affected their family, and they are no longer able to receive tuition. Scholarship applicants must meet the following criteria

  • Applicant must be a Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident.
  • Applicant must be currently enrolled and studying in an MOE mainstream school.
  • The applicant student’s immediate family has Gross Monthly Household
    Income (GHI) ≤ S$4,000 Monthly Household Per Capita Income (PCI) ≤ $1,000
    at the time of application.

Other Eligibility Criteria (Common):

The following requirements apply to both types of awards:

  • Applicant must NOT be a current/former student of Elucidation’s classes, and they should NOT be related to employees of Elucidation or any of its entities.
  • Each award is limited to one subject per student awardee.
  • Applicant must not already be receiving financial assistance from other non-MOE or non-governmental agencies or organisations.
  • Award recipients are expected to maintain a ≥ 95% attendance record and complete assigned work.
  • The bursary/scholarship award ends on 30 Oct 2021, regardless of when the student starts their lessons with the centre. It is NOT transferable and CANNOT be encashed.
  • Elucidation reserves the discretion and right to withdraw the recipient student’s award should they not adhere to the stated criteria/requirement.
  • Elucidation reserves the right to use and publish the names, schools, results, and images of the student award recipients on its website, social media, print media and advertising collaterals.
  • Elucidation reserves the right to amend any terms herein within.
  • The award’s decision is final once Elucidation announces and publishes the names of the recipients of the award.

If you are interested in applying for the award, write to us in 200 words (or less) why you should be receiving a bursary/ scholarship award. Your application should be sent to our email (email: info@myelucidation.com) together with the names of the student award applicant and their parents as well as relevant parent contact info so that we may call them to find out more and arrange interviews for shortlisted applicants.