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FOREIGNER BREAKS TERMS OF TUITION GRANT, SAYS HE HAS NO MONEY TO PAY BACK AMOUNT

I took up the tuition grant bond from them back when I started my studies in a certain polytechnic. For those who are not familiar, the tuition grant is where they will waive a significant portion of your school fees (approx SGD $12k) per year, and in return, I am required to work in a Singapore-based company for 3 years upon my graduation. After graduating from the polytechnic, my parents and I decided that its better for me to further my studies, for a better future / prospect. But because my GPA was only average, my only option was to study at a private school. So I went ahead with it, I went to study in a private school which awards degrees from London .

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Singapore Govt gives tuition grants of $210 million a year to foreign students

MOE said that the Govt gives tuition grants of $210 million a year to foreign students. It said that most of the foreign students who received grant have been “contributing to our economy”. Most of the grant recipients have been working and are contributing to our economy, while some did not start work immediately as they had deferred their bonds to pursue further studies. Actions will be taken against those who default on their obligations.

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