• Public Service Commission


Applicants must:
  • Be a Singapore Citizen
  • Have strong leadership qualities and potential
  • Have good academic and Co-Curricular Activities (CCAs) record
  • Have GCE A Levels, polytechnic diploma with merit or equivalent qualifications e.g. International Baccalaureate or high school diploma, or be undertaking undergraduate studies with at least one semester of university results and not be in the final year of undergraduate study
  • Pursue a law course
  • Possess a strong desire to pursue a career in the Legal Service


Scholarship Type : Undergraduate (Mid-Term)

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) (Mid-Term) 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 (Tuition and compulsory fees incurred before the award will be back-paid)
  • 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