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Nurturing the healthcare professionals of the future

Once again, Singapore Polytechnic (SP)’s School of Chemical & Life Sciences (CLS) has produced a bumper crop of Healthcare Scholarship winners. This year, a total of 17 graduates from the Diploma in Applied Chemistry with Pharmaceutical Science (DACP), Diploma in Biomedical Science (DBS); Diploma in Nutrition, Health and Wellness (DNHW); Diploma in Food Science & Technology (DFST) and Diploma in Biotechnology (DBT) received scholarships to further their studies.

The scholarships fully cover tuitions and compulsory fees for the duration of their studies, and even provide recipients with a monthly allowance for living expenses. Upon graduation, they would serve out their bond at one of the public healthcare clusters.

Congratulations to all the scholarship recipients!

Footnote: The ceremony was held on 30 July 2014 at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel.

 

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