What is PSA MAP about?
The 3-year programme aims to groom young talents for leadership roles.
There are two career tracks available:
- Business Management
- Infocomm Technology
- Human Resource
What can PSA MAP offer me?
- Structured rotational attachments
- Mentoring by senior leader
- Divisional/Cross-functional projects
- Networking with PSA leaders
- Leadership training
- At least a 2nd Class Upper Honours degree, or equivalent, in any discipline*
- Outstanding CCA / NS records and strong leadership experience
- Has high learning agility, strong analytical abilities, and is driven
- Has excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Is open to international assignments
The MA Scholarship is open to undergraduates who are currently in their 2nd, 3rd or final year of study, with local universities
The scholarship includes a lump sum grant to cover tuition and other miscellaneous fees
A bond of service with PSA is required upon graduation
*excluding Dentistry / Medicine and other healthcare-related courses
Being an MA under the Infocomm Technology (ICT) track, I gained additional insights into PSA’s business during my rotation stint in Operations. It was impressive to see the unique One PSA synergy coming to life where ICT and other functions collaborate to deliver seamless container terminal operations and leverage on technology to develop innovative solutions for our mega port.
Deputy Manager, Infocomm Technology
As an MA, I was developed through rotations to different departments and equipment. Each rotation presented tough assignments but the coaching and support structure in PSA enabled me to deliver on each count.
Assistant Vice President, Singapore Terminals 1 Projects
PSA believes in providing young talents with broad-based experiences to complement their development in specialized domains. The experience in dynamic large-scale port operations during my MA journey had strengthened my ability to be innovative and forward-thinking.
Tan Bo Yuan
Assistant Manager, Pasir Panjang Terminal 3
In the past decade, I was exposed to various functions within the organization. I also took on an overseas assignment to head one of our terminals in Laem Chabang, Thailand. It was tough working in a country with different culture, language and issues, but the challenging environment enabled me to sharpen my business and commercial acumen to develop myself professionally.
Andy Tan Kian Tat
Assistant Vice President, South East Asia Finance & Investments
The MA programme provided me with broad-based experiences in dynamic port operations through structured rotations, stretched assignment and projects. I am excited by the endless opportunities to learn, grow and contribute!
Assistant Manager, Tuas Port Development