An ICTian alumnus Jeremiah Oon Kim Keat has again been awarded the Microsoft Unlimited Potential Scholarship for his degree course.
The scholarship, which will cover his polytechnic and university fees, is part of Microsoft’s million-dollar pledge to support Singapore’s disabled community by funding technology training for people with special needs.
Despite being hearing impaired, Jeremiah was the first Ngee Ann Polytechnic student to receive the Microsoft Unlimited Potential Scholarship in 2009 when he was a Diploma in IT Year 2 student at School of InfoComm Technology.
He has since graduated and is now furthering his studies at NTU.
A scholar of difference
ICTian wins Microsoft Unlimited Potential Scholarship
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Source : Lianhe Zaobao, Singapore News