MAJORING IN GLOBAL STUDIES?

A quick tour of the major requirements:
Cohort 2014 & before
Cohort 2015
Cohort 2016 onwards


STUDY PLAN SUBMISSION
Students who want to major in Global Studies should seek approval for their Theme, Region and Language combination through the study plan (for all cohorts) system.

TRACKING MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

Do not panic if you are unsure of how to complete your requirements. Fill out the Detailed Schedule accordingly and send it to the Global Studies Administrator at

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Cohort 2013/14 & 2014/15

Cohort 2013/14 & 2014/15

Cohort 2015/16

Cohort 2015/16

Cohort 2016/17 onwards

Cohort 2016/17 onwards

 

Updated 19 December 2016

GLOBAL STUDIES CONFERENCE JUNE 8-9, 2017

Tenth Global Studies Conference
2017 Special Focus: Global Mobilities
8-9 June 2017
National University of Singapore
Plenary Speakers:    Subrata Mitra | Mohan Dutta |  Evi Fitriani | Tim Bunnell

The 2017 conference seeks to examine the different types of mobilities that constitute contemporary forms of globalisation, which are often understood as sets of processes that generally reduce the costs and obstacles to movements across borders. These movements include money and capital, migrants and labour, ideas and norms, practices and policies of government, resistance and terrorism, technology transfers and data flows, and environmental factors such as pollution and disease. Each one of these concepts and processes is governed by a different logic of mobility both causally and normatively, which suggests that there is no single correct frame for studying all of them. As such, the conference also proposes to investigate the theory and practice of global studies, examining its status as an emerging field, its relationship to the study of global justice, and its connections with activism.

Updated 7 February 2017

GL L4000 ELECTIVES

Sem 1 AY2017-18
*GL4882A Development and the Globalisation of Food - Dr Matthew Lepori
*GL4882B Contested Globalisation: Resistance & Resilience - Dr Kevin McGahan
Sem 2 AY2017-18
*GL4880A Globalisation, Culture and Identity - Dr Joshua Kurz
*GL4883B Climate Justice - Dr Patrick Smith
*GL4889A International Law & Terrorism - Dr Sinja Graf

Updated 7 February 2017

GL4102 TASK FORCE

Students intending to undertake Honours are to note that GL4101 Readings in Global Issues (Core Module) has to be read first before they can move onto GL4102 Task Force (Core Module). These modules will be offered consecutively every academic year (Sem 1 - GL4101 and Sem 2 - GL4102). Polytechnic graduates on the accelerated track (graduate a term ahead of the rest) who have decided to pursue honours should begin reading these modules consecutively in their Year 3.

HOW DO I EARN CREDITS WHILE ON INTERNSHIP?!?

Please find more information on earning modular credits for INTERNSHIP here.

[Notice Updated: 4 June 2015]