Unlike other organisations, Natsteel recruits only a select few each year. This means that we are able to expend energy, effort and time to groom each scholar individually. If you are thinking of a local scholarship, we welcome you to apply to our Scholarship and Study Awards.
During your studies, you will be given the opportunity to experience multiple internship stints with various business units of NatSteel. We will also invite you to join us at our recreational activities, community work and external corporate events. This is to allow you to be exposed to and be familiar with the NatSteel culture.
Upon graduation and joining NatSteel, you will be given exposure to the dynamic global steel market. In line with NatSteel’s philosophy in nurturing our people, you can expect to have challenging job rotations and cross-functional project assignments. As part of your customised development programme, you will be placed in a Mentorship Programme and be mentored by a senior management. Just as this value proposition gives the best, it also expects the best to apply. This scholarship is open to nationalities.
NatSteel Holdings Scholarship (2013-2014)
A NatSteel Scholar starts as a soon-to-be undergraduate of NTU, NUS, SMU or SUTD.
Fields of Study:
Value of award:
- Business Administration
- Civil Engineering
- Electrical and Electronics Engineering
- Industrial & Systems Engineering
- Material Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- Double Degree pursuits with one degree in Engineering.
- Full Tuition Fees
- Annual Allowance of $8,000
- Pre-studies allowance
- Hostel subsidy of S$50 per week (for scholars staying on-campus only)
- Excellent GCE 'A' Level results ('H3' papers or equivalent are an advantage)
- International Baccalaureate
- Polytechnic graduates with diploma distinctions in the relevant fields
- Outstanding CCA records demonstrating leadership qualities, and the ability to work in teams to execute projects
- Passion for community work and for pursuits outside school
One year of bond for every one year of studies, minimum bond period is three years
Deadline: 21 March 2014