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Singapore University of Social Sciences

The Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) is a university with a rich heritage in providing lifelong, learner-centric and industry-relevant education. Our mission is to champion lifelong education to develop future thinkers and leaders to their fullest potential through our 3H’s education philosophy: ‘Head’ for professional competency with applied knowledge, ‘Heart’ for social awareness of the needs of the society, and ‘Habit’ for passion towards lifelong learning.

We offer more than 70 undergraduate and graduate programmes, available in full- and part-time study modes which are flexible, modular and multi-faceted in learning experience to cater to both fresh school leavers and adult learners. We also launched for our workforce a broad range of continuing education and modular training courses for professional skills and knowledge upgrade.

Our programmes and courses are made available through our five schools: 

To date, over 30,000 graduates have chosen SUSS as their university of choice. Each year, over 15,000 students are pursuing their part- and full-time studies with us.

From 1 April 2019, the Institute for Adult Learning (IAL) became an autonomous institute of the Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS). Both entities enable a synergistic collaboration as IAL brings to SUSS its expertise and experience in adult learning and Continuing Education and Training (CET), while SUSS provides an ecosystem of resources and experts rooted in academic rigour.


Singapore University of Social Science Scholarship (Full-time programme)

This is a premier scheme aimed at providing high calibre students the opportunity to develop their full potential in their chosen discipline. The SUSS Scholarship is open to current full-time undergraduate students (Singaporeans and Singapore Permanent Residents) from all full-time undergraduate programmes who have completed at least 2 semesters (1 year) of studies at point of scholarship application.

Deadline: Closed for this cycle