Upon graduation, healthcare scholars will serve their bond in one of the public healthcare clusters.
Scholars can also look forward to developing themselves along the different career tracks, such as the Professional Clinical Track, Education-Research Track and General Management/Leadership Track, according to their abilities and career inclinations.
Prior to the commencement of their studies, scholars will be notified regarding their allocated cluster. The allocation exercise takes into consideration the healthcare clusters’ needs as well as the scholars’ preferences as indicated in their scholarship application form. MOHH will ensure that there is a good spread of talent across the public healthcare sector.
You will serve your bond in one of the three healthcare clusters upon completing your studies. Your allocated cluster will ensure that you receive a broad based experience as your build your foundation for your professional career. Depending on available vacancies, there may be opportunities to rotate to other institutions within your allocated cluster. Good-performing scholars may also have opportunities to rotate into the Ministry of Health (MOH) for exposure to policy work.
As a Healthcare Administration scholar, you will have the opportunity to work at MOH Holdings, Agency for Integrated Care (AIC), Integrated Health Information Systems (IHiS) or in one of the 3 healthcare clusters.
Upon graduation, you will embark on exciting careers taking on the following roles:
All Community Nursing Scholarship recipients will undergo a one-year development programme after graduation from their nursing studies. The programme will comprise two six-month clinical postings.