Existing undergraduates, ‘A’ level/IB/IP students and polytechnic graduates interested in studying infocomm-related courses, economics and law**
(**: course of study in economics and law are only applicable for candidates who intend to serve their bond with IDA only.)
For ‘O’ level students interested in studying infocomm-related diplomas at the polytechnics, please click here for the Integrated Infocomm Scholarship.
With the National Infocomm Scholarship, expect to enjoy the following:
Networking and attachment opportunities with leading organisations
NIS scholars will have the opportunity to network with industry leaders ranging from up and rising start-ups to prestigious MNCs. Scholars will gain the change to be mentored by industry bigwigs and gain exciting attachment opportunities. Attachments with prestigious organisations will position you at the forefront of industry development, allowing you to obtain a broader perspective of the trade and stand in good stead for your future career.
Exciting job placement opportunities upon graduationNEW
Towards their final year of studies, NIS scholars will be matched to the industry according to their aspirations and passion. Scholars will have the freedom to choose to work for any company under the list of recommended industry partners (e.g. start-ups, SMEs, MNCs) as approved by IDA.
Short bond period to give you greater freedom in charting your career path
Bond periods of one to five years give you the freedom to seek fresh challenges and maximise your potential.
Talent Management Programme to upgrade yourself with industry-relevant skills
The Talent Management Programme (TMP) ensures that scholars are plugged into the latest infocomm developments. From courses to networking opportunities to mentoring, seminars and conferences, the TMP enhances your professional capabilities to enable you to enter the workforce as an asset to your employer
Your NIS Journey at a glance
Fast track Bachelors-Masters Programmes with local and overseas universities
The Fast Track Bachelors-Masters programmes will give you the chance to study for your bachelor’s degree at a local university and obtain your masters degrees at reputable overseas universities in the time it takes to get one, such as Cambridge University, Carnegie Mellon University, Georgia Institute of Technology and Brown University.
|Flagship Infocomm Masters Programme
|SMU-Carnegie Mellon University Fast Track Programme
- Bachelor of Science (Information Systems Management)
- Master of Science (Information Technology)
|NUS-Carnegie Mellon University's College of Engineering Concurrent Programme in Commerce
- Bachelor of Computing (Honours)(Electronic Commerce)
- Master in Engineering and Technology Innovation Management
|NUS-Carnegie Mellon University's Entertainment Technology Centre Concurrent Programme in Interactive Digital Media
- Bachelor in Computer Science
- Master of Entertainment Technology
|NUS-Brown University Concurrent Programme in Computational Biology
- Bachelor of Computing (Computational Biology)
- Scientiae Magister in Computational Science
|NUS-Brown University Concurrent Programme in Computer Science
- Bachelor of Computing (Computer Science)
- Scientiae Magister in Computer Science
|NTU-Georgia Institute of Technology Integrated Programme
- Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Engineering/Science)
- Master of Science (Computer Science)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic Engineering)
- Master of Science (Electrical and Computer Engineering)
Applications will open in December 2014.
For full details on the National Infocomm Scholarship Programme, click here
Looking for an infocomm scholarship for 'O' level students from polytechnic studies through to university? Click here to find out more about the Integrated Infocomm Scholarship.