Yes. To assist students in financing tuition and other fees, Duke-NUS offers a variety of scholarships, bursaries, or loans. Financial aid for Singapore Citizen students has historically varied between approximately 18% and 93% of tuition fees payable (exclusive of miscellaneous fees), while for international students it has ranged between 14% and 75%. The amount of financial aid awarded varies depending on financial circumstances of a student, which may include that of self, immediate family, and/or spouse as applicable. As mentioned on our , a medical education at Duke-NUS is a partnership involving the student, his/her family and the School.
Compensation during residency is managed through , with pay typically increasing after each year of post-graduate clinical training. For graduates who obtained a (interest-free during medical school), the banks administering the loan stipulate that:
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There is a possibility for students to pursue a master’s degree (external to Duke-NUS) during their research year. The master’s degree in and of itself does not satisfy the Duke-NUS research requirements, however. The thesis that students write as part of the degree can count towards fulfilling research requirements at Duke-NUS, provided it satisfies all criteria (e.g. single authored, biomedical research, etc.) as stipulated by the Duke-NUS Research Curriculum Review Committee. Students will have to pay tuition to Duke-NUS if a master's degree is pursued during their research year, in addition to any tuition to the school they attend for the master’s degree.