SUTD Bursary Grant

The SUTD Bursary Grant is established to provide financial assistance to deserving students pursuing their studies at SUTD.


  • Open to students of any nationality with preference given to Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents
  • Full-time undergraduate students enrolled in any year of study at SUTD
  • Demonstrated financial need with monthly household per capita income of S$2,500 and below
  • Good record of active Fifth Row/CCA and community involvement
  • Must NOT be a current scholarship holder


  • Each Award is tenable for one academic year only.

Benefits of Award

  • Award shall be applied towards the payment of the recipients' subsidised tuition fees only.
  • There is no bond attached.

Things to Note

Recipients must take up the Tuition Fee Grant Subsidy by the Singapore Government.


No repayment is required. However, the bursary must be refunded in full or in part if the student withdraws from the University, or terminates his/her studies prematurely.


Chong Yee Temple

Originating in the 1920s within what's now Jalan Kayu, the Chong Yee Temple (萬國山忠義廟) venerates Guan Gong, Xie Tian Da Di, featuring a central statue from Dong Shan, Fujian, China.

Since 1984, under new leadership, the temple annually celebrates Xie Tian Da Di's birthday during the sixth lunar month, among other activities.

This ancient temple maintains its significance as a faith center where former kampong residents unite during festivities, safeguarding traditions and nurturing community ties. Our goal is to preserve its rich history, Taoist practices, and introduce the heroic tales of each deity to younger devotees.