Majoring in Global Studies?

  1. A quick tour of the major requirements: Cohort 2014 & before; Cohort 2015 & onwards

  2. Submit your study plan (for all cohorts) which details what combination you are choosing: Theme, Region and Language before declaring your major.

  3. Do not panic if you are unsure of how to complete your requirements. Fill out the Detailed Schedule accordingly: B.A (3 Yrs) or B.A. Hons (4 Yrs).

Updated 23 July 2015

GL L4000 ELECTIVES

Sem 1, AY2015-16

* GL4882A Development and the Globalisation of Food

* GL4883A Conflict and Natural Resources

* GL4886A Citizenship and the Politics of Belonging

Semester 2, AY2015-16

* GL4881A Colonial, Anticolonial and Postcolonial Globalisations

* GL4888A Justice and Emerging Technology

* GL4889A International Law and Terrorism

[Updated 23 July 2015]

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 beginning AY2015-16 (Sem 1 - GL4101 and Sem 2 - GL4102).

HOW DO I EARN CREDITS WHILE ON INTERNSHIP?!?

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

[Notice Updated: 4 June 2015]

UPDATE

Prof Henrick Meyer from the Department of Japanese Studies (JS) has informed the Programme that he will be on sabbatical in 2016 and Business-Japan-related business modules will not be offered during his absence.

[Notice Updated: 23 July 2015]