Coursework

Information on Application to Graduate Coursework Programmes

Important: The University has not engaged any external agencies to undertake graduate student recruitment on its behalf. Candidates interested in our graduate programmes are advised to apply directly to the University and not through any agents. Candidates who apply through agents will not have any added advantage in gaining admission and the University reserves the right to reject such applications without giving reasons.


1. APPLICATION

Applications for admission to graduate coursework programmes, are available online as well as via paper. You are strongly advised to apply online.

If you wish to apply for more than one coursework programme in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (where more than one programme is open for applications), please submit separate application for each coursework programme. Each application (completed online application form can be generated from the application system) must be accompanied by proof of payment or payment itself and supporting documents, and sent via surface mail to the respective Department. However, should you be successful in more than one programme, you can register for only one programme of study. Unless granted approval by the University, no student may concurrently be a candidate for more than one degree or register as a candidate of NUS and of another university or institute.


2. PASSWORD (FOR ONLINE APPLICATION ONLY)

When submitting your application online, you will be asked to enter a password. Your password is important and can be used, together with your application number, to access the following online system related to your application:


*Note: 
Please allow 4 weeks for postal delivery after you have sent your supporting documents and arranged for payment to check on your application status. 


3. APPLICATION FEE

Application for each coursework programme must be accompanied by an application fee of S$50.00 (inclusive of GST) which is not refundable. You will only be able to submit your online application after the application fee has been paid.  

The modes of payment are:

 

Online Payment by any of the methods (available only for online application)

  • VISA, Mastercard or AMEX
  • Debit Card (applicants must have an online banking account with either of the following banks - POSB/DBS, UOB or Citibank).

 

OR

 

Complete the Application Fee Form and send it together with a cheque or bankdraft made out to "National University of Singapore". Please write your name, mailing address, e-mail address, programme applying for, and contact telephone numbers (home & office) on the reverse of the cheque/bankdraft. Personal cheques, crossed, are accepted only from candidates in Singapore. International applicants are requested to send only bankdrafts and not personal cheques for the application fee. If you are unable to obtain a bankdraft in Singapore dollar, you may submit a bankdraft in US dollar of USD45 (for S$50 fee). The amounts in USD include bank charge which will be incurred by the University to process the bankdraft;

 

OR

 

Complete the relevant Application Fee Form and make payment by NETS at the Student Service Centre (located at Level 1, Yusof Ishak House) during operating hours.

Please note that an application without the application fee payment will not be accepted.

Please send your proof of payment or the payment itself together with your application package. Please note that an application without the application fee payment or with insufficient application fee amount will not be processed.

 

4. SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS

Applicants should ensure that all supporting documents are:

(a)

 

In English or accompanied by an official translation in English. Translated copies of the documents must be certified true copies. In particular, translated copies of the transcript(s) and degree scroll(s) must be certified by the issuing institution(s).

(b)

 

"CERTIFIED TRUE COPY" of documents photocopied from the originals. Copies of your supporting documents must be certified as true copies of the originals by a person authorised to do so. Certification of the supporting documents may be made by a responsible person e.g., school principal, commanding officer, personnel manager, etc.

(c)

If you are unable to obtain certified true copies of your supporting documents, notarised documents will be accepted. However, do note that you will have to pay for notarised documents.


The following documents are required to be submitted by post by the prescribed deadlines for each programme that you apply:

A copy of the following supporting documents:
 
  • The page of your passport bearing the passport number and your particulars; if you do not have a passport, please enclose citizenship certification/birth certificate (for citizens of other countries).
  • Singapore NRIC (for Singaporeans).
  • Re-entry permit (for Singapore permanent residents).
  • Employment Pass and letter of approval from employer (for international applicants working in Singapore).

A certified true (or notarised) copy of the following supporting documents:

 
  • Degree scroll/certificate.
  • Degree certificates and other diplomas or certificates used in support of application.
  • Professional certificates (if applicable).

The following supporting documents should be submitted in the prescribed manner as indicated below:

 i

Transcripts of academic records from each university or college attended.

Applicants who are graduates from this University can submit photocopies of their result slips or official transcripts of their academic records together with their applications. Applicants who are graduates of other universities will have to request official transcripts from their university/universities.

Only transcripts received in the following prescribed manner will be accepted:

    • Applicants who are graduates of other universities will have to request official transcripts from their university/universities.
    • The transcript(s) must be enclosed in an official sealed envelope with its flap bearing the security seal of the university and the signature of the Registrar or his/her representative (with the designation indicated on the envelope).
    • The envelope(s) containing the transcript(s) must be submitted, unopened, together with the Transcript Request Form directly to the appropriate mailing address as indicated below at Point 5 Submission of Application from the issuing university. If you have attended more than one university, you should make photocopies of the Transcript Request Form as required.
    • Download the Transcript Request Form HERE

 ii

Recommendation from two referees.

If you are applying online, your recommendations from the two academic referees are to be submitted via the online admission system. You should check with your referees and obtain their institutional e-mail address. E-mail addresses from domains other than ".edu" may be subject to additional screening and filtering. After your online application is submitted, an automated e-mail will be sent to your referees inviting them to complete their recommendations online. Your referee reports will be sent to us directly via the online application system so there is no need for you to send separate recommendations to us.   

Only if your referees are unable to access the online system should you ask them to complete the paper-based report. The referees' report must be forwarded to you in sealed envelopes with the flap of each envelope bearing the signature of the respective referees. These envelopes must be forwarded, unopened, to the respective department with the other application materials.

Download the Referee Report Form HERE

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TOEFL or IELTS Score Report.

Applicants whose native tongue and medium of university instruction is not English should submit TOFEL (Test Of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS (International English Language Testing System) scores as evidence of their proficiency in the English language.

The minimum TOEFL score required is as follows:

  • Internet-based test (iBT): Minimum score of 85 (with minimum of 22 for the writing section)
  • Paper-based test (PBT): Minimum score of 580
  • Computer-based test (CBT): Minimum score of 237


A minimum IELTS score of 6.0 is required.


You are strongly encouraged to send an electronic copy of your TOEFL or IELTS score report instead of a hardcopy. Please arrange to have your report sent to us at the appropriate address indicated at the testing organisation’s website.


Note:

Please note that some Departments/Programmes may set higher requirements than those stated above e.g., the Master of Social Work requires a minimum IELTS of 6.5.

TOEFL/IELTS score are only valid for two years after the test and the validity should not expire before the beginning of the application period for coursework programme.

Some successful candidates may still be required to take the Diagnostic English Test at our University and, where necessary, attend the Graduate English Course. The Educational Testing Service (ETS) has indicated that score reports are valid only if our University receives them directly from ETS. The Faculty's TOEFL Institution code is 9081. The Department Code that you use will not affect the delivery of your report to our Faculty.

Other English language 'proficiency tests' will not be accepted for this purpose;

Tests that claim to be predictions, estimations, simulations, equivalents, practices, etc. of the TOEFL or IELTS are invalid;

The ETS has stated that their Institutional Testing Program cannot be used for admission.

iv

GRE Score Report

Applicants (except NUS/NTU/SMU graduates) applying to the Department of Social Work are required to submit GRE score reports. Please refer to the admission requirements here for more details.

Please note that the GRE scores are valid for five (5) years from the test date.

Please quote our University's code (0677). You are strongly encouraged
to send an electronic copy of your GRE score report instead of a hardcopy. Please arrange   to have your report sent to us at the appropriate address indicated at the testing organisation’s website.

For more details, please visit http://www.ets.org/gre/revised_general_institutions/score_use.

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Documentary evidence of financial support.

International applicants must submit documentary evidence of financial support in the form of a letter of confirmation from a sponsor and a bank statement, or documentary evidence of scholarship or other award obtained. The financial statement should reflect a minimum sum as indicated below for the different programmes:

 

Programme

*Minimum sum required

  • Master of Arts (Chinese Studies)
  • Master of Arts (English Language and Linguistics)
  • Master of Arts (Literary Studies)
  • Master of Arts (Southeast Asian Studies)
  • Master of Social Work

S$40,000 (with service obligation)**
S$50,000 (without service obligation)
 

  • Master of Arts (Chinese Culture and Language)
  • Master of Science (Applied Geographic Information Systems)
S$45,000
  • Master of Social Sciences (Applied Economics)
  • Graduate Diploma in Social Work

S$50,000

  • Master of Psychology (Clinical)

S$75,000

* The minimum sum required includes the estimated living expenses plus tuition and miscellaneous student fees
   during the normal duration of each programme.

** The minimum sum required (with service obligation) is for international students who will be pursuing studies on a self-financing basis. These students are required to work in Singapore-based companies for three years upon graduation. Singapore-based companies refer to local and international companies that have a base in Singapore that is registered with the Accounting & Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) as well as companies of such local and international companies registered with ACRA that are based overseas. For more information, please click here.

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Writing sample.

Candidates applying for admission to the Master of Arts (English Language and Linguistics) and/or Master of Arts (Literary Studies) programme(s) must submit a sample of your own writing between 4,000 and 6,000 words in length.



Click here for checklist for the supporting documents.
 

5. SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION

The application forms / printed copy of your online application, application fee, supporting documents and all other application materials must reach the respective department by the prescribed closing date. All documents (including the original transcript) submitted in support of your application will not be returned to you. The address of the respective department is as indicated below. State the programme applied for on the top left hand corner of the envelope.

Master of Arts (Chinese Culture and Language) and
Master of Arts (Chinese Studies)
Department of Chinese Studies
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
National University of Singapore
Level 5, Block AS8, 10 Kent Ridge Crescent
Singapore 117570

Master of Arts (English Language and Linguistics) and
Master of Arts (Literary Studies)
Department of English Language and Literature
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
National University of Singapore
Level 6, Block AS5, 7 Arts Link
Singapore 117570

Master of Arts (Southeast Asian Studies)
Department of Southeast Asian Studies
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
National University of Singapore
Level 6, Block AS8, 10 Kent Ridge Crescent
Singapore 117570

Master of Psychology (Clinical)                             
Department of Psychology
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
National University of Singapore
#02-07, Block AS4, 9 Arts Link
Singapore 117570

Master of Science (Applied Geographic Information Systems)
Department of Geography
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
National University of Singapore
#03-01, Block AS2, 1 Arts Link
Singapore 117570

Master of Social Sciences (Applied Economics)
Department of Economics
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
National University of Singapore
Level 6, Block AS2, 1 Arts Link
Singapore 117570

Master of Social Work and
Graduate Diploma in Social Work
Department of Social Work
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
National University of Singapore
Level 4, Block AS3, 3 Arts Link
Singapore 117570


6. APPLICATION CLOSING DATES AND NOTIFICATION OF APPLICATION OUTCOME

The closing date for application submission will be on 15 January (in the same year as the intake) for the August intake.

Outcome of application will be made known by late May (in the same year as the intake) for the August intake. Applicants who had submitted their application online can check the status of their application here.

The respective Department will correspond with you primarily using e-mail during application process to convey messages such as requesting for outstanding documents, interview notification etc. Hence, it is very important that you provide a valid and correct e-mail address and maintain your e-mail account regularly. The University will not be responsible for undeliverable e-mails and their consequences.

Note:
Due to the large number of applicants seeking admission, we are sorry we will not be able to attend to enquiries on the status of applications or receipt of documents. If you are concerned about the delivery of your documents, you may wish to consider sending them via registered mail or courier.


7. REJECTION OF APPLICATION

Inaccurate or false information or omission of material information or no application fee payment will render your application invalid. The University has not engaged any external agencies to undertake graduate student recruitment on its behalf and it reserves the right to reject without giving reasons, applications submitted through any external agencies and applications that are incomplete or inaccurate. Persons admitted on the basis of inaccurate or false information may be expelled.

Important Contacts in Departments/Programmes

For enquiries on the coursework programmes of specific Departments/Programmes, you may communicate directly with them via the following means:

Department /Programme & LocationPhoneFaxEmail
Department of Chinese Studies, Blk AS8, Level 5 +65 6516 7178 +65 6779 4167 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Department of Economics, Blk AS2, Level 6 +65 6516 6013 +65 6775 2646 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Department of English Language and Literature,
Blk AS5, Level 6
+65 6516 3914
+65 6516 3915
+65 6773 2981 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Department of Geography, Blk AS2, Level 3 +65 6516 3856 +65 6777 3091 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Department of Psychology, Blk AS4, Level 2 +65 6516 3749 +65 6773 1843 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Department of Social Work, Blk AS3, Level 4 +65 6516 7571 +65 6778 1213 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Department of Southeast Asian Studies, Blk AS8, Level 6 +65 6516 5203 +65 6777 6608 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For enquiries on application, you may communicate with the Faculty as follows:

Graduate Studies Division
Dean's Office, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
National University of Singapore
The Shaw Foundation Building
AS7, Level 6, 5 Arts Link
Singapore 117570
Tel : +65 6516 8036 / 8033 / 6164
Fax : +65 6773 6878
Email : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

FAQs


  • COURSEWORK PROGRAMME

    • What is a coursework programme?

      Coursework/taught programmes involve attendance at formal classes, seminars, laboratories and written examinations. Some programmes also require the students to complete a practicum/project.

      Students will be evaluated through a combination of continuous assessment and written examination. An examination will be held at the end of each semester of study.

      Candidates must have passed relevant modules where applicable, obtained a minimum Cumulative Average Point of 3.00 for Masters and 2.25 for Graduate Diploma programmes at the end of the course of study, before they can be considered for the award of the degree they are pursuing.

    • What coursework programmes does the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences offer?

      The Faculty offers the following nine Masters coursework programmes and one Graduate Diploma programme:

      • Master of Arts (Chinese Culture and Language)
      • Master of Arts (Chinese Studies)
      • Master of Arts (English Language and Linguistics)
      • Master of Arts (Literary Studies)
      • Master of Arts (Southeast Asian Studies)
      • Master of Psychology (Clinical)
      • Master of Science (Applied Geographic Information Systems)
      • Master of Social Sciences (Applied Economics)
      • Master of Social Work
      • Graduate Diploma in Social Work
  • APPLICATIONS FOR ADMISSION TO COURSEWORK PROGRAMMES

    • What are the admission requirements?

      The admission requirements vary from programme to programme. You may obtain the information HERE

    • Is there any age limit for admission to the coursework programmes?

      No, there is no age limit.

    • Is TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS (International English Language Testing System) a pre-requisite for admission?

      Applicants whose native tongue and medium of university instruction is not in English should submit the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS (International English Language Testing System) score as evidence of their proficiency in the English language. As such, only if the applicant meets both criteria, i.e. native tongue is not in English AND medium of university instruction is not in English, must they submit the TOEFL/IELTS. However, as some Departments/Programmes may be more stringent in their requirement, please check the website of the respective Department(s)/Programme(s) you are applying to or contact them directly if you are unsure.

      Successful candidates may be required to take the Diagnostic English Test at our University and, where necessary, attend the Graduate English Course.

    • What is the minimum TOEFL/IELTS score required?

      A minimum TOEFL score of 580 for the paper-based test, 237 for the computer-based test or 85 for the internet-based test (a minimum score of 22 for the writing section is required for the internet-based test); or IELTS result of 6.0 is required. Some Departments/Programmes may set higher requirements e.g. the Master of Social Work requires a minimum IELTS score of 6.5.

    • What is the validity period of TOEFL/IELTS score reports?

      TOEFL/IELTS score reports are only valid for two years after the test and the validity should not expire before the beginning of the application period for the relevant coursework programme.

    • How do I register for TOEFL/IELTS?

      You may communicate with the organisations conducting the respective tests. Their website addresses and telephone numbers are indicated below:

      TOEFL: Educational Testing Service (ETS), USA Tel: 1-609-771-7100 or 1-877-863-3546 Website: http://www.ets.org

      or contact your local United States Information Service. The Faculty's TOEFL Institution Code is 9081.

      IELTS: University of Cambridge Local Examination Syndicate (UCLES), United Kingdom Tel: (01223) 55-3311 Website: http://www.ielts.org

      or contact your local British Council.

    • Do I need to submit GRE (Graduate Record Exam) results?

      Certain programmes may require the GRE. Please refer to the admission requirements here.

    • What is the candidature period?

      The maximum candidature period for a coursework programme ranges from twenty-four months to forty-eight months depending on the programme.

    • How many intakes are there per year?

      There is one intake per academic year for all coursework programmes – in Semester 1 (August).

    • Can I take up part-time study?

      Only those who are locally domiciled at the time of application are eligible for part-time study.

    • Which programmes are available on part-time basis and which on full-time basis?

      All coursework programmes except the Master of Psychology (Clinical) programme are available on both full-time and part-time basis. The Master of Psychology (Clinical) programme is offered only on a full-time basis.

    • When do applications open?

      The application periods are indicated in the table below.

      Intake

      Application Period

      Coursework Programme

      Semester 1 (August)

      1 October (in the year preceding the intake) to 15 January (in the same year as the intake)
      • Master of Social Sciences (Applied Economics)

      1 October (in the year preceding the intake) to 1 March (in the same year as the intake)

      • Master of Science (Applied Geographic Information Systems)

      1 November (in the year preceding the intake) to 15 January (in the same year as the intake)

      • Master of Arts (Chinese Culture and Language)
      • Master of Arts (Chinese Studies)
      • Master of Arts (English Language and Linguistics)
      • Master of Arts (Literary Studies)
      • Master of Arts (Southeast Asian Studies)
      • Master of Psychology (Clinical)
      • Master of Social WorkGraduate Diploma in Social Work
    • How can I get a set of the application materials?

      During the application periods, you may either:

      • Download the application materials (forms and course information) or apply online here.
      • Obtain the application materials from the following address:

        Graduate Studies Division Dean's Office, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences National University of Singapore The Shaw Foundation Building Block AS7, Level, 6, 5 Arts Link Singapore 117570

    • Can I apply for more than one coursework programme?

      Yes, you can. However, you must use separate application forms and attach separate sets of supporting documents for each coursework programme. The application fee must also be made for each application submitted. If you are successful in more than one application, you can choose to pursue only one programme.

  • SCHOLARSHIPS,FEES & COST OF LIVING

    • Is any scholarship available for coursework applicants?

      A limited number of the NUS Graduate Scholarships for ASEAN Nationals is available each academic year at the University level for candidates pursuing designated Masters coursework programmes on a full-time basis. This applies to MOE-subsidised, single-degree, full-time coursework graduate degrees. Only nationals (citizens or permanent residents) of a member country of ASEAN are eligible to apply for the scholarships. Nationals of Singapore, as well as those of any non-member country of ASEAN, are not eligible.

    • How much is the tuition fee?

      Please click here for information on the tuition fee.

    • In addition to the tuition fees, do I need to make other payments?

      Please click here for information on Other Miscellaneous Student Fees.

      Besides the Other Miscellaneous Student Fees, students in certain programmes may be required to pay additional fees for special student development activities.

    • What is the estimated cost of living in Singapore?

      The estimated living expenses for a single international graduate student is about S$18,000 per year, this exclude the tuition and miscellaneous student fees.

  • IMMIGRATION MATTERS

    • How do I apply for entry visa?

      For international students who require an entry visa [please refer to the website of the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) for the list of countries whose nationals require an entry visa], we will help to apply for a single-journey visa cum in-principle student's pass approval on your behalf. The approval letter issued by the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority and your valid passport must be presented to the Duty Officer at the Immigration checkpoint upon arrival in Singapore. No deposit is required by the Immigration Office.

    • How do I apply for a student's pass?

      On your arrival in Singapore, you will be given a Social Visit Pass valid for two weeks to a month. During this period, you must come to the Graduate Studies Division of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences to complete the registration formalities. You will then be advised about your application for your Student's Pass. All international students applying for a Student's Pass of six months or more will have to undergo a medical examination. Issuance of the Student's Pass will be subject to the outcome of your medical report.

    • Is a medical check-up required before I come to Singapore?

      All international students applying for a Student's Pass of six months or more will have to undergo a medical examination. Issuance of the Student's Pass will be subject to the outcome of the medical report. Those who are found to have active Tuberculosis or HIV infection will not be granted the Student's Pass, and as such, will have to return to their country at their own expense. In view of this, international students may wish to undergo a similar health examination before coming to Singapore.

  • REGISTRATION OF MODULES

    • Do I have to register for modules at the start of each semester?

      Yes. All students have to register for modules at the start of each semester.

    • When do I start to register for modules?

      The schedule on the Online Registration and Add/Drop of Modules will be made available on the Student Portal about one month before the start of the new semester. You will also be informed of the Online Registration and Add/Drop of Modules Exercise by your Department/Programme.

    • How do I register for modules?

      You can register for modules online via the Student Portal. The online programme is usually opened to students for two weeks from the start of the semester. You need to approach the Department/Programme for assistance if you miss the online registration after the first two weeks.

    • Can I add/drop modules after I have registered for them?

      Yes. You may add/drop modules within the stipulated time frames as indicated in the schedule on online registration of modules.

    • Is there any penalty for dropping modules?

      You will not be penalised if you drop the modules during the online add/drop period. Modules dropped within the stipulated time frame will appear on the examination results slip/transcript with a "W" (Withdrawal) grade. Modules dropped after the stipulated time frame will appear on the examination results slip/transcript with an "F" (Fail) grade.

    • Can I register for modules offered by other FASS Departments/Programmes or Faculties?

      If you wish to take modules offered by another Department/Faculty, you need to complete and submit the application form, FASS-G51/09, to your Home Department. The form is available at the Student Portal.

  • MATTERS PERTAINING TO EXAMINATION OF MODULES

    • Do I need to register before the start of examinations?

      No. You need not register for examinations but you will be required to participate in the online feedback exercise that will usually be conducted two weeks prior to the start of the examinations.

    • What should I do if I am unable to sit for an examination?

      If you are unable to sit for an examination for valid reason(s), you should write to the Vice-Dean (Graduate Studies) through the course instructor and Head of Department/Programme. Please submit the letter before the examinations begin. If you are involved in overseas projects or reservist training, you need to submit the letters from your companies before the examinations begin.

    • I sat for an examination even though I was feeling unwell. Can I highlight this for consideration by the examiners?

      Yes. You may obtain the Application for Special Consideration form (Form RO.755/12). This application form is available for downloading in the Student Portal. It will also be available at all examination venues and Departments. Please attach all relevant medical documents if applicable. This will be considered by the Board of Examiners (BOE) during the BOE meeting.

    • I wish to request for my examination result to be reviewed. How do I go about doing this?

      Appeals for review of examination results must be submitted within three days from the date of the release of examination results. A non-refundable fee of S$10 (inclusive of GST) is charged for the review of each examination paper. The Application Form for Review of Results (Form RO.290/0892) is available for downloading in the Student Portal.

  • GENERAL STUDENT MATTERS

    • How do I apply for a period of leave from my course of study?

      Students have to apply for leave of absence through NUS Integrated Student Information System, which is available via the Student Portal under Leave.

    • Do I still have to pay tuition fees after I am granted leave of absence?

      Students who apply for leave of absence after the second week of instructional period of Semester 1 or Semester 2 are required to pay fees (Tuition Fees, Student Services fee and *Health Services Fee) for that semester. If the period of leave granted is for part of a semester (i.e., the period of leave does not cover the dates of the whole semester), fees for the whole semester are payable. If you are taking leave of absence in your first semester in NUS, the Student Services Fee will still be charged. *Only applicable to Full-Time students

    • I wish to withdraw from my current course of study. What do I need to do?

      You are required to complete a form FASS-G72/10 and submit to Graduate Studies Division through the department. The form is available for downloading in the Student Portal.

    • I wish to withdraw from my current course of study. What do I need to do?

      The amount of fee payable depends upon the date of withdrawal. You may refer to the following below: Date of Withdrawal/ Termination of Candidature: Within 1st 3 weeks of Semester I (or 1st 2 weeks of Semester II) Fee payable: Exempted Date of Withdrawal/ Termination of Candidature: After 1st 3 weeks of Semester I (or 1st 2 weeks of Semester II) Fee payable: Fee for the entire semester

    • I am a full-time foreign student and would like to work part-time during term. Am I allowed to do so?

      You may apply to work part-time by completing an application form which is available in the Student Portal under Part-Time Work. Approval from your Department/Programme and the Assistant Dean is required and will be on a case-by-case basis subject to the terms and conditions as stated on the application form.

  • CONTACT PERSONS

    • Whom can I contact if I would like to find out about the application procedure for admission to coursework programmes?

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    • Whom can I contact if I would like to find out more about individual coursework programmes?

      The relevant email addresses are indicated below:

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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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