APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR SPRING 2019 IS AUGUST 31. STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE THEIR EMORY STUDY ABROAD APPLICATION BY AUGUST 31 TO BE NOMINATED FOR THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE.
IMPORTANT: STUDENTS APPLYING FOR THE SPRING WILL NOT BE NOTIFIED ABOUT THEIR ACCEPTANCE UNTIL THE END OF NOVEMBER. STUDENTS APPLYING FOR THE FALL WILL NOT BE NOTIFIED ABOUT THEIR ACCEPTANCE UNTIL THE SECOND WEEK OF JUNE.
This is a direct enrollment program that is open to all majors and pre-health and science majors are encouraged to apply. There are many science courses to choose from, however, students cannot take pre-law and/or business or Chinese language courses on this program.
Due to demand and space constraints, some academic programs and modules have limited or restricted access for exchange students. The list of limited or restricted modules can be found at this link.
Please note that modules from NUS Business School, Faculty of Law and Department of Economics are extremely popular, over-subscribed and cannot be guaranteed. NUS recommends students to apply who do not require business or economics courses and who are flexible with the courses they take while at NUS.
Minimum GPA 3.0, good academic standing. No language requirement. One previous area studies course is recommended.
A list of courses available to students can be found here and their available syllabus for Emory course approval are listed on the NUS Bulletin. Exchange students are not permitted to enroll in Business and/or Law or Chinese language courses.
Emory College Study Abroad maintains a list of blanket approved courses. This list specifies how courses taken abroad will transfer back to Emory. PLEASE NOTE: For a list of blanket approved course please see the Blanket Approval List. In case you would like to seek approval from other departments, please see the Faculty Representative List.
Students mostly live in university residents, with a possibility of living on nearby hostels. The single rooms are grouped into clusters of 15 and offer its residents an apartment lifestyle. The 15 residents in each cluster are entrusted with collective responsibility for their shared facilities. Each cluster has its own kitchen, dining area, and bathroom facilities. The cluster lifestyle exposes students to independent living and also offers excellent opportunities for close interaction.
Students must indicate in the online exchange application if they require housing during their stay in Singapore. Only students who have ticked ‘yes’ to housing on their online exchange application will receive instructions on housing registration procedures via email if their SEP application is successful.
NOTE: Due to limited housing on campus, Non-Graduating Students are not guaranteed accommodation on campus, NUS is not able to guarantee rooms because demand may exceed supply, but will try to place Emory students on priority. Residential Services can assist in finding an off-campus accommodation in the event that a student is not successfully allocated an on-campus accommodation.
A full description of the program costs and billing procedures is described in the budget sheets. Fall & Spring
Students are eligible to carry existing financial aid and scholarships on Emory-approved study abroad programs. Students may also be eligible to apply for the following scholarship: Benjamin Gilman, Fund for Education Abroad, Diversity Abroad, among others. For more information, please visit click here.
Jeremy Billetdeaux, Associate Director, Study Abroad, email@example.com
Dr. Matthew Weinschenk, Chemistry Department, Program Faculty Contact, 404-727-6522, firstname.lastname@example.org