FASS Internship Programme

** From AY2015/16 Special Term, fees will not be charged for modules that record internships performed during the Special Term. **

The FASS Internship Programme (FASS IP) is open to students whose first major is from the Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences. This programme gives FASS students the opportunity to pursue an internship as part of their undergraduate study. Interested students will need to secure a position and perform an internship in a company or organization for up to a maximum of six months. They will submit journal entries and other written reports, and meet with an Academic Advisor and Workplace Supervisor. Through the process, students will be exposed to corporate culture, sharpen soft skills, practice what they have learned in the classroom, and gain useful work experience.

Overview of the FASS IP

FASS Internship Programme modules cannot be used to earn credit for internship performed while on LOA.

Like any other NUS module, FASS Internship Programme modules may only be used once, e.g. FAS2550 can only be used once in a student's record.

FAS2550 FASS Exposure Internship

FAS2550 will cease after AY2017/18 Special Term.

FAS2551 FASS Internship

** Special Term fees are not charged **

FAS2552 FASS Extended Internship

** Regular Semester fees apply **

FAS2553 Work Exposure Internship

(For students who have completed FAS2551)

** Special Term fees are not charged **

2MC UE; CS/CU

Anytime; at least 65 hours of work

4MC UE; CS/CU

Special Term, Full-time: 8-12 weeks during the Special Term. (~40 hours/week)

Semester, Part-time: 12-16 weeks during the Regular Semester, no more than 16 hours per week. At least 130 hours of work.

8MC UE; CS/CU

Semester: 12-16 weeks during the Regular Semester, more than 16 hours a week. At least 260 hours of work.

4MC UE; CS/CU

Special Term, Full-time: 10 weeks during the Special Term.

 

 

 

Cohort 2016 onwards: FASS students who have completed or are pursuing the year-long NOC programmes are not allowed to read these modules.  Students should, therefore, consider their options carefully before embarking on their internships.

 

  • Student must have completed at least 60MC before they can enrol in the module.
  • Modules may not be used to delay Honours. Students may pursue the internship module concurrently with other modules, but only with approval from the company or organization, and FASS Deanery.
  • Variable start/end date for internships, but all work for the modules should be completed within the module window (see below).
  • Students will need a Workplace Supervisor (from company or organisation) and Academic Advisor (from NUS).
  • Students will submit written assignments to be reviewed by the Academic Advisor, and in some cases, by the Workplace Supervisor as well.
  • The final grade is given by the Academic Advisor on the basis of written assignments and Workplace Supervisor feedback.

Module windows

AY2017/18 Special Term: 14 May to 20 Jul 2018

AY2018/19 Semester 1: 13 Aug to 23 Nov 2018

AY2018/19 Semester 2: 14 Jan to 26 Apr 2019

AY2018/19 Special Term: 13 May to 19 Jul 2019

 

Note to students who are planning to intern with FAS2552 FASS Extended Internship

While an internship can be an important element in the preparation for life after NUS, students who wish to participate in internships during a semester are advised to be mindful of the following:

1. FASS encourages students who wish to intern during a regular semester to do so with FAS2552, for which they can earn 8 MC in Unrestricted Electives (UE). However, keep in mind that the internship semester counts towards your candidature and you are thus required to pay full semester fees. (This also means that you get to maintain your status as an current NUS student during your internship and thus enjoy continued access to NUS medical and insurance benefits.)

2. Students who are enrolled in FAS2552 are allowed to have a decreased workload (less than 18 MC) for the semester. That being said, you need to plan to overload or access Special Term modules before and/or after the internship semester so that you can graduate on time. Before your internship application for FAS2552 can be approved, your study plan will be scrutinized to ensure that you will be able to graduate on time.

3. Students are reminded that they are expected to graduate on time. From Cohort 2016 onwards, penalties will be levied for students who do not graduate on time. The expected time to graduation are:

  • 6 regular semesters for BA
  • 8 regular semesters for BA (Hons) or BSocSci (Hons)

For more specific advice on your study plan and whether it is compatible with an internship, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

For more information, please contact FASS IP Administrator, Karen Wong, Manager (External Relations & Student Life): This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / Desk: +65 6516 7274

 

 

For students

FASS Internship Programme is made up of three phases.

Phase 1: Preparation

Students must have completed at least 60MC before they can enroll in FAS2551 or FAS2552.

Students are to meet with CFG Careers Advisor before starting on the internship. The meeting may be waived if the student has completed a FASS Career Preparation Workshop/CFG2001 Career Catalyst or attended the most recent Internship Briefing or watch this video (20 minutes).

 

Phase 2: Application

Secure an internship. Sources of internships include:

Apply for the Internship module.

  • For internship sourced through NUS TalentConnect, write to FASS IP Administrator (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) with NUS TalentConnect Job ID and proof of offer (letter or email).
  • For self-sourced internship: Fill out the Student Internship Proposal Form (.docx) and send it together with proof of offer (letter or email) to the FASS IP Administrator (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). 

Deadline for students to propose your internship for 

  • AY2017/18 Special Term (14 May to 4 Aug 2018) is 27 Apr 2018
  • AY2018/19 Semester 1 (13 Aug to 8 Dec 2018) is 20 Jul 2018
  • AY2018/19 Semester 2 (14 Jan to 11 May 2019) is 22 Nov 2018

Late application may be considered on a case by case basis provided the internship or the Special Term has not already started.

** Please note: FASS Dean's Office issues letters of support to employers (for CPF/MOM workpass exemption and funding opportunities) for students who intern with FASS modules FAS2551, FAS2552 and FAS2553. Letter will be prepared upon request for students who intern without module. **

Determine your Academic Advisor (AA). The AA approves your Work Plan, reads your Journals, and eventually decides if your performance is satisfactory or unsatisfactory. By default, an AA from the FASS Deanery will be assigned to each student. However, you may also nominate a faculty member as AA. Please seek agreement from the faculty member first before nominating. If you wish to nominate your own AA, please contact FASS IP Administrator (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

 

Phase 3: Internship

FAS2551, FAS2552 and FAS2553 Assessment Tasks and Grading are to be submitted through Experiential Learning in NUS TalentConnect.

Once you ACCEPT OFFER, look for My Account at the bottom of the lefthand menu and expand and click on "Exp. Learning". You will come to a "Conflict of Interest Declaration". If you are unable to AGREE, contact FASS IP Administrator. If you have not been Approved for Experiential, please contact FASS IP Administrator.

Look for the pencil icon and click on "Edit Draft". Fill out the Experiential Learning Record. This page is used to record your Work Plan and submit your Journals. Click on Submit every time you enter new information so that your Academic Advisor is able to read your entries. 

FAS2551 FASS Internship

FAS2552 FASS Extended Internship

FAS2553 Work Experience Internship

(From AY2018/19 Semester 1)

Students to meet with CFG Career Advisor before starting on the internship. The meeting may be waived if the student has completed Career Catalyst, or attended the most recent Internship Briefing.

 (From AY2018/19 Semester 1)

Students to meet with CFG Career Advisor before starting on the internship. The meeting may be waived if the student has completed Career Catalyst, or attended the most recent Internship Briefing.

 

Work Plan —

To be composed in consultation with Workplace Supervisor, and including the following information regarding the internship:

  • Description of the project or objectives
  • Intended learning outcomes
  • Description of work duties

(Due end of Week 1 of the internship/semester) (5% of grade)

Work Plan —

To be composed in consultation with Workplace Supervisor, and including the following information regarding the internship:

  • Description of the project or objectives
  • Intended learning outcomes
  • Description of work duties

(Due end of Week 1 of the internship/semester) (5% of grade)

Work Plan —

To be composed in consultation with Workplace Supervisor, and including the following information regarding the internship:

  • Description of the project or objectives
  • Intended learning outcomes
  • Description of work duties

(Due end of Week 1 of the internship/semester) (10% of grade)

Fortnightly Journal Entries (150 words/entry) — To describe work done, what was learned, the relationship with colleagues and supervisors, etc., and any reflection upon the above. AA to view. (First entry due end of Week 2) (25%)

Fortnightly Journal Entries (150 words/entry) — To describe work done, what was learned, the relationship with colleagues and supervisors, etc., and any reflection upon the above. AA to view. (First entry due end of Week 2) (15%)

 

 

Informational Report (750-1,000 words) — To conduct an informational interview with at least one person currently working in the company or organization, and write a report based on it. (The focus could be on how the industry operates, what the company does, what the particular business unit does, or even just what the particular employee does. The interview could be done informally, and need not be done all in one sitting.) AA to view. (Due mid-way through internship) (15%)

 

Structured Final Report (1,500 words) — To include the following components:

  • Summary description of the internship (its objectives, schedule, and principal activities performed)
  • Reflection upon the internship experience (the learning outcomes achieved, including social and personal as well as any technical skills acquired; comparison of the outcome with the statement in the Work
  • Closing remarks (this can take the form of some advice to juniors who might want to take up a similar internship in the future).
  • Acknowledgment (for training provided by employer, assistance received from other persons during training, etc.)

Note: The report may build upon the journal entries but should not be copied verbatim from them. (Due at the close of the internship or end of module window, whichever is earlier.) (20% of grade)

Structured Final Report (1,500 words) — To include the following components:

  • Summary description of the internship (its objectives, schedule, and principal activities performed)
  • Reflection upon the internship experience (the learning outcomes achieved, including social and personal as well as any technical skills acquired; comparison of the outcome with the statement in the Work Plan)
  • Closing remarks (this can take the form of some advice to juniors who might want to take up a similar internship in the future)
  • Acknowledgment (for training provided by employer, assistance received from other persons during training, etc.)

Note: The report may build upon the journal entries but should not be copied verbatim from them. (Due at the close of the internship or end of module window, whichever is earlier.) (15% of grade)

Structured Final Report (1,500 words) — To include the following components:

  • Summary description of the internship (its objectives, schedule, and principal activities performed)
  • Reflection upon the internship experience (the learning outcomes achieved, including social and personal as well as any technical skills acquired; comparison of the outcome with the statement in the Work Plan)
  • Closing remarks (this can take the form of some advice to juniors who might want to take up a similar internship in the future)
  • Acknowledgment (for training provided by employer, assistance received from other persons during training, etc.)

Note: The report may build upon the journal entries but should not be copied verbatim from them. (Due at the close of the internship or end of module window, whichever is earlier.) (40% of grade)

Remaining 50% of grade based on Workplace Supervisor (WS) feedback. An email will be sent to WS.

Remaining 50% of grade based on Workplace Supervisor (WS) feedback. An email will be sent to WS.

Remaining 50% of grade based on Workplace Supervisor (WS) feedback. An email will be sent to WS.

Final Deadlines:

> AY2017/18 Special Term is 20 Jul 2018

Missing the deadline will result in a CU grade.

  

FAS2550 FASS Exposure Internship

FAS2550 will cease after AY2017/18 Special Term.

The purpose of this module is to recognise the effort of students who participate in internship without credit from other sources. This module is offered to students who have completed 65 hours in an internship while as a student in NUS (from AY2014/15 onwards). 

FAS2550 is for students whose first major is in FASS. This is a 2 MC, UE module, and is strictly CS/CU (Completed Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory). Like any NUS module, FAS2550 can be recorded only once. It may not be used for internship performed with LOA. FASS Dean’s Office will prepared a letter (upon request) to employer which can be used to support CPF/MoM Workpass exemption or funding opportunities.

FAS2550 in AY2017/18 Special Term

Students who performed an internship in AY2017/18 Special Term may have their internship acknowledged with FAS2550 in AY2017/18 Semester 4.

To register for FAS2550 in AY2017/18 Semester 4, please follow these instructions:

  1. Send me an email (Subject: FAS2550 AY2017/18 Special Term) with proof of offer (letter or email) from your employer.
  2. Login to NUS VPN. If you are off-campus, you must login to NUS VPN to begin. For help, please refer to nVPN Configuration Guide for Students.
  3. Register the module: Login to Arts/Social Sciences Internship Management System (AIMS) > https://aces.nus.edu.sg/aims/.
  4. Look for the module FAS2550 FASS Exposure Internship in AY2017/18 Special Term.
  5. Click on the APPLICATION tab.
  6. Express interest in the dummy position: AIMS-000-1740-01 – FAS2550 FASS Exposure Internship (dummy position), and wait.
  7. Within a couple of days, you should receive an email from AIMS to notify success.
  8. In the meantime, Compose your report: Follow the guidelines (below). Compose your final report as a Word Document (.docx). Save it, and Save it again in Plain Text (.txt). Make any necessary corrections.
  9. Once you have received news from AIMS, look for the MY INTERNSHIP tab. Click on the FAS2550 position and see the page with the “dummy position” description. Scroll to the bottom and look for Final Report. Click on this and you will see a series of text boxes.
  10. Now, copy the text from your Plain Text document into the respective text boxes.
  11. Save as Draft before clicking on Submit. Deadline for submitting your final report is 20 Jul 2018
  12. The module will appear in your record at the end of AY2017/18 Semester 4.

Some students have found difficulty accessing AIMS. Please feel free to contact me if you have questions about FAS2550.

Structured Final Report (1,000 words) (100% of grade) 

These are the components of the structure:

  • Summary description of the internship (its objectives, schedule, and principal activities performed)
  • Reflection upon the internship experience (the learning outcomes achieved, including social and personal as well as any technical skills acquired; comparison of the outcome with Work Plan discussed with Workplace Supervisor at the beginning of the internship.)
  • Closing remarks (this can take the form of some advice to juniors who might want to take up a similar internship in the future)
  • Acknowledgement (for training provided by employer, assistance received from other persons during training, etc.)
 

Report Deadline:

> AY2017/18 Special Term is 20 Jul 2018

FAS2550 will not be registered if no/poor report is submitted.

 

Drop Deadline for Special Term Internships documented in modules FAS2551 and FAS2553

Week of Internship

(based on start date of internship)

Consequence

Week 1 - 2

No penalty

Week 3 - 4

W

Week 5 onwards

F

 

Insurance

Students who intern with credit during the Semester, and with or without credit during the Vacations, are covered by the university's medical insurance scheme. NUS endorsed overseas internships are covered with Student Travel Insurance, and, if wish, may purchase additional travel insurance. Students who intern with Leave of Absence (LOA) are NOT COVERED.

International Internships

Internships which are conducted overseas and endorsed by NUS may apply for financial aid under the NUS International Internship Award.

For Employers

Internships for the FASS Internship Programme (FASS IP) do not have to be closely tied to specific disciplinary training offered by FASS departments (e.g., Economics, History, etc). They only need to reflect the range of jobs that the majority of fresh FASS graduates will apply for, i.e., positions that can utilise the critical and analytical skills that distinguish our graduates. Keep in mind, however, that not all temporary work counts as internships. By an internship, we mean a temporary position that (1) emphasises on-the-job training rather than merely employment, (2) includes intentional learning goals for the interns, and (3) is closely supervised. Internships may be paid or unpaid. See NUS Guidelines.

NUS students who are performing an internship are exempt from CPF contribution. Please see CPF website FAQ Is CPF payable for an intern undergoing an internship programme?

Employers wishing to recruit students should post their internships in the semester prior to the internship period, or earlier, on NUS TalentConnect. Choose Position Type: FASS Internship Programme and restrict it to the respective Work Term.

Deadline for employers to make an offer are

  • AY2017/18 Special Term (May to Aug 2018) is 27 Apr 2018
  • AY2018/19 Semester 1 (Aug to Dec 2018) is 20 Jul 2018
  • AY2018/19 Semester 2 (Jan to May 2019) is 23 Nov 2018

Workplace Supervisor. We request that the Employer appoints a Workplace Supervisor (WS) to guide and review the progress of internship. He/She will discuss the specifics of the internship and Work Plan with the Student, endorse Student's report before submission (if necessary), and also provide feedback on performance once the internship is completed. The Workplace Supervisor’s feedback accounts for a significant part of the grade the Student will receive for the internship module.

** Please note: FASS Dean's Office issues letters of support to employers (for CPF/MOM workpass exemption, or funding opportunities) for students who intern with FASS modules FAS2551, FAS2552 and FAS2553. Letter of support is issued for students who intern while on LOA upon request.

For Academic Advisors

In order for students to benefit most from a structured internship with the FASS Internship Programme, advice and guidance from an academic advisor are important. Specific responsibilities of the AA include:

  • Evaluate student's performance with Work Plan, Journals, Informational Report (FAS2552) and Final Internship Report.
  • Advice and guide you on the programme procedures, if needed.
  • Establish contact with your Workplace Supervisor, if needed.
  • Help troubleshoot problems that crop up between you and your employer, should the need arise.

By default, an AA from the FASS Dean's Office will be assigned to student. However, student may nominate a faculty member as AA. Student should seek agreement from faculty member first before nominating.

From AY2017/18 Semester 1 onwards, FASS Internship Programme modules FAS2551, FAS2552 and FAS2553 are managed with NUS TalentConnect. FAS2551 and FAS2552 Fortnightly Journals are submitted via IVLE. 

NUS TalentConnect

FASS Internship Programme is now managed through NUS TalentConnect.

 

Frequently Asked Questions 

1. What is FASS IP?

FASS IP stands for FASS Internship Programme. It is a structured internship programme that is managed by the FASS Dean's Office.

2. What are the modules offered under FASS IP?

FASS IP modules are:

  • FAS2550 FASS Exposure Internship – for students who have completed an internship (of a total of at least 65 hours) but did not perform it under any module, and wish to have it recognised in their transcript. FAS2550 is currently under review. It will cease to be available after AY2017/18 Special Term.
  • FAS2551 FASS Internship – for student performing an 8 to 12-week full-time internship during the Special Term, or a 12 to 16-week part-time (no more than 16 hours per week) internship during a regular semester.
  • FAS2552 FASS Extended Internship – for students performing a 12 to 16-week full-time (more than 16 hours and no more than 40 hours per week) internship during a regular semester.
  • FAS2553 Work Experience Internship -- for students performing a 10-week full-time internship during the Special Term. This module may be used only after FAS2551.
  • Please note: FASS Internship Programme modules cannot be used to earn credit for internship performed while on LOA.

3. How should I register for FASS IP modules?

You do not need to bid for any of the FASS IP modules through CORS. Once you have secured the internship, contact the FASS IP Administrator.

4. Are there pre-requisites for FASS IP modules?

Prerequisites for FAS2551 and FAS2552 are

  • Cohort 2014 and before: CFG1001 Headstart
  • Cohort 2015 onwards: CFG1010/1020 Roots & Wings

Students who wish to enroll in FAS2551 or FAS2552 and have been waived from these modules please write to FASS IP Administrator to explain waiver.

5. Will the Faculty/Department find an internship for me?

No. The Faculty/Department does assist in sourcing internship opportunities through our partnerships with companies/organisations and guides them to post their internships on NUS TalentConnect. You need to make your own applications and go through company/organisation selection processes (FASS IP Phase 2) yourself. Securing an internship on your own is intended to be part of the learning process.

6. Can I source for my own internship locally or overseas?

Yes. You are expected to source internships on your own. But all internships must be approved by the FASS Dean’s Office if it is to be performed under FASS IP.

7. When can I participate in FASS IP?

You must have completed at least three regular semesters before your internship term.

If you wish to take FAS2552, you are strongly encouraged to discuss with your major advisor and plan your studies carefully. Please read the section in For Students: Note for students who are planning to intern with FAS2552 FASS Extended Internship. 

FASS IP may not be used to delay Honours. Students in the Honours year are only allowed to intern with FAS2551.

8. Can I take other modules when I am enrolled in FAS2552?

Students taking FAS2552 are not subject to the 18 MC minimum workload requirement and are allowed to register for other modules provided they do not interfere with the internship. You must have a written approval and understanding from your instructor and your employer before you register for the additional modules.

9. I am going on exchange overseas and that is starting late in the semester. May I participate in an FASS IP internship before I leave?

Students going on SEP are not allowed to enrol in any module during the SEP semester.

10. What is the role of my FASS IP Academic Advisor (AA)?

In order for students to benefit most from a structured internship under FASS IP, advice and guidance from an academic advisor is important. Specific responsibilities of the AA include:

  • Evaluate student's performance with Work Plan, Journals, Informational Report (FAS2552) and Final Internship Report.
  • Advice and guide you on the programme procedures, if needed.
  • Establish contact with your Workplace Supervisor, if needed.
  • Help troubleshoot problems that crop up between you and your employer, should the need arise. (See Question 20 below.)
11. Who can I approach to be my AA, other than the one the Dean’s Office assigns to me by default?

Your AA could be any FASS faculty/staff member who knows you reasonably well. You are advised to secure his/her consent to be your AA before nominating.  Through this arrangement, we hope that you get to associate more closely with a faculty member who can become your referee for future job applications.

12. What is the role of the Workplace Supervisor (WS)?

This is someone appointed by the employer to guide and review your internship progress. He/she will discuss with you the specifics of the internship and Work Plan, endorse your report before submission, and also provide feedback on your performance once the internship is completed.

13. Do I need to pay tuition fees FASS IP modules?

Yes. You need to be a registered student and pay tuition fees for the modular credits to be formally recognised. As a registered student, you retain access to student benefits, e.g. medical, library, computer and sports facilities during your internship semester.

** From AY2015/16 onwards, Special Term module fees are waived for internship modules FAS2550, FAS2551 and FAS2553.**
 
14. Will I be insured during FASS IP internship?

Tuition fees paid by students include University Health Scheme as well as Personal Accident Insurance. A brief summary of the coverage for personal accident coverage

  • 24-hour worldwide
  • Death benefit: $30,000
  • Permanent disability up to 150%, depending on disability
  • Medical expenses relating to accident: $5,000 per accident

For details on Undergraduate Insurance Scheme, visit: http://www.nus.edu.sg/uhc/healthservice/insurance-schemes/undergraduate-scheme.html

Employers are recommended to purchase additional insurance with higher coverage.

The University has purchased a blanket travel insurance policy from Federal Insurance Company to cover all students travelling overseas for activities or purposes approved, endorsed, organised, sponsored or authorised by NUS. Please click here for more information. Students going on overseas internships are advised to purchase additional insurance with more comprehensive coverage.

15. Can I apply for leave during the internship?

Yes, in principle. However, leave is granted at the discretion of your employer. It is always best to seek approval from your employer in advance. Please note that students are responsible for the entire period of the FASS IP, i.e. minimum 8 weeks for Special Term or 12 weeks for Semester.

16. Can I request Faculty/employer to write a deferment letter if I am recalled by MINDEF for ICT during the course of FASS IP?

No. You must go for ICT when required by MINDEF. Your employer must release you on unpaid leave for ICT.

17. Am I exempt from CPF contributions for FASS IP internship?

Yes. According to the Central Provident Fund (CPF) policy, students working during vacation or under training programmes in Singapore, approved by NUS, are exempt from CPF contributions.

Refer to CPF website: https://www.cpf.gov.sg/Employers/faq/employer-guides/Hiring-Employees/CPF-Contributions-for-your-Employees?ajsrc=FS&#faq2198542

** Please note: FASS Dean's Office issues letters of support to employers (for CPF/MOM workpass exemption, and funding opportunities) for students who intern with FASS modules FAS2551, FAS2552 and FAS2553. Letter of support is issued for students who intern while on LOA upon request.

18. I am an international student. Must I apply for work pass for FASS IP?

No. You are exempt from work pass for FASS IP internship. According to the Ministry of Manpower (MoM) advisory note, work pass is exempt for foreign students if the internship: Gains modular credits and contributes towards graduation requirements or

  • Gains modular credits and contributes towards graduation requirements, or
  • Is conducted during the stipulated school vacation.

Guidelines can be found on MoM website: http://www.mom.gov.sg/passes-and-permits/work-pass-exemption-for-foreign-students

Please note: FASS IP modules cannot be used for internship performed with LOA.

19. I am an international student, do I have to pay income tax?

Generally, foreign students with educational institutions are exempt from income tax if they are only paid subsistence allowance to meet their daily expenses and board and lodging in Singapore.

Guidelines can be found on IRAS website: https://www.iras.gov.sg/IRASHome/Businesses/Employers/Tax-Clearance-for-Foreign-SPR-Employees/Tax-Clearance-for-Employees/

20. What should I do if a dispute arises between me and the employer?

You should immediately seek assistance from your Academic Advisor or FASS IP Administrator. If there is a need, they may visit the company as mediators to resolve the situation. You should not take matters into your own hands by, e.g., confronting your employer.

21. Will there be a situation that I receive an “Unsatisfactory” grade for FASS IP?

Yes. There is a possibility that a student will receive an “Unsatisfactory” grade for FASS IP internship should any of the scenarios listed below happen:

  • Unsatisfactory performance feedback by the employer, e.g. student is always late for work or is absent without leave. 
  • Student withdraws from the company without the consent of the employer and the Faculty
  • Student fails to submit all the documents and report within the stipulated timeframe
  • Student has serious disputes with the company

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Dean's Office, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences National University of Singapore

  • Add: The Shaw Foundation Building, Block AS7, Level 5
  • 5 Arts Link, Singapore 117570
  • Tel: +65 6516 6133
  • Email: fashelp@nus.edu.sg
  • Fax: +65 6777 0751
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