• Public Service Commission


Applicants must:
  • Be a Singapore Citizen
  • Have strong leadership qualities and potential
  • Have good academic and Co-Curricular Activities (CCAs) records
  • Have a GCE A Levels, International Baccalaureate, Polytechnic or NUS High School diploma, or other high school diploma/certificate. You may apply prior to receiving your final examination results. Should you be found suitable for a scholarship, you may be made a provisional scholarship offer that is subject to confirmation upon the release of your results.


Scholarship Type : Undergraduate

Course Category : Law Read more

Course of Study : International Law, International Law and Global Security, Law Law and Diplomacy Read more

Country/Region of Study : United Kingdom, Singapore, United States Read more


The Public Service Commission (PSC) Scholarship (Legal Service) is awarded to outstanding young men and women who have a clear interest in a career in the Legal Service.

The scholarship is tenable for undergraduate law studies at both overseas and local universities.

To prepare scholarship holders for a career in the Legal Service, there are a series of developmental programmes during their years of undergraduate study, including internship opportunities. Scholarship holders will also have the option of pursuing a fully-sponsored Master’s degree, if they fulfil the requirements.

Career Progression:

Upon graduation, scholarship holders will embark on a career in the Singapore Legal Service. They will participate in the administration of justice and be in a position to advance the rule of law in Singapore. The Public Service Leadership Programme (PSLP) is not applicable to them.


  • Tuition fees and other approved charges
  • Maintenance and other allowances
  • Return airfare (if applicable)
  • Sponsorship of PSC development programmes, approved student exchange programmes, summer programmes and CCAs
  • Sponsorship of Master’s degree (if requirements are met)


Bachelor’s Degree


For undergraduate study in English-speaking countries: 6 years
For undergraduate study in non-English speaking countries: 5 years
For undergraduate study in Singapore: 4 years