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last updated 03 November 2017

The NEU PC Plus Programme offers students and persons with disabilities from low income households the opportunity to own a brand new computer at an affordable price.

The programme provides the following schemes:

  • PC-Bundle Scheme

    This scheme provides two tier subsidy for applicants to own a new computer with free software and three years of free subscription to broadband services.Read more
  • iNSPIRE Fund Scheme

    This scheme offers financial assistance to full-time students (aged 25 years and below) who are unable to co-pay for the computer applied under the PC-Bundle scheme.Read more
  • The Grant Scheme for Schools

    This scheme allow interested schools to process, procure and deploy infocomm devices, software or broadband services on behalf of their students from low-income families, so as to meet the schools' and students' learning objectives and needs.Read more
  • How to Apply

    Information on the application process and the forms and supporting documents to be submitted.Read more
  • PC and Broadband Specifications

    Details on the Desktop and Laptops OptionsRead more