⊗ SUBJECT-OF-READING SELECTION GUIDE (COURSES)
Note: As updated course information for Semester 1 and 2 shall only be available towards May and November, kindly refer to Academic Year 2015, Semester 1(“Acad Yr 2015 1”) or Academic Year 2015, Semester 2 (“Acad Yr 2015 2”) respectively as a reference to the courses to be offered in the same semester.
The step-by-step process for undergraduate course selection as follows:
|Select the respective academic year and semester i.e. Academic Yr 2015 1|
|Choose the programme that students would be interested in from the drop-down box. e.g. Electrical & Electronic Engineering Year 2|
|Load Content of Courses (The list of courses will appear)|
|Please select the modules that students are interested in by entering the subject code and subject title. e.g. EE2002 – ANALOG ELECTRONICS|
|Compile a list of 10 courses in order of preference for our faculty to review and approve (subject to vacancies and pre-requisites)|
Please refer to the link for the list of PG courses:
Note: Courses are subject to approval from the school and do not automatically imply that all are available for exchange students. Refer to Pg 10, 30 & 31 for Restricted Programmes
Refer to Info Sheet Pg 12 – 14 for more details.
⊗ NO. OF COURSES FOR COURSE SELECTION IN APPLICATION
· Exchange students MUST select at least 10 courses for approval. This is to ensure that they have adequate number of approved courses prior to their arrival in NTU (if your application is accepted for admission to NTU).
· Exchange students should list their 10 courses in order of preference.
· If they do not have enough approved courses, or choose to apply for new course(s) to read after their arrival in NTU, course approval shall be subject to pre-requisites and vacancies available. It shall not be guaranteed that they will be offered the course(s) and their course registration will be delayed.
· Exchange students are strongly encouraged not to deviate from the list of approved courses. It is imperative that courses selected are approved by the home institution and deemed necessary for their academic progression.
· Exchange students who are pursuing a Masters degree at their home university but have yet to obtain any Bachelor degree shall be allowed to choose postgraduate courses only upon completion of 7 study semesters.
· Postgraduate students can choose both undergraduate and postgraduate courses but must select at least 5 postgraduate courses in their application.
(Refer to Info Sheet Pg12 to 14 for the restrictions and details)
⊗ WORKLOAD PER SEMESTER
Generally 3 to 5 courses (subject to home university’s requirements and NTU’s approval). Maximum workload allowed is 6 courses or 20 AUs per semester. For more information on Academic Unit (AU) System, please visit
Postgraduates students are to take a minimum of 1 postgraduate courses and a maximum of 5 courses.
Please note that students are required to put through at least 10 courses in their online application for our initial review.
⊗ MEDICAL AND HEALTH
Exchange students are strongly encouraged to highlight any medical conditions that they may have during submission of their online application. This information is for the purpose of assisting in caring for them whilst they are attending Nanyang Technological University.
Refer to Info Sheet Pg 20 for more details.
· All exchange students shall be invited to apply for on-campus housing after receipt of their E-Welcome Package
· Application for on-campus housing shall be through the NTU Exchange Portal. Application link shall be provided to students in the E-Welcome Package.
· Due to limited on-campus housing, hall assignment priority shall be given to students on course work exchange. Allocation of accommodation shall be subjected to availability, through a random balloting system (not base on first-come-first serve basis). Request for roommates or transfer of halls shall not be entertained.
· As on-campus housing is NOT guaranteed to exchange students, students must be prepared to live off-campus should their application for on-campus housing be unsuccessful. Due to limited on-campus housing, near 60% of our exchange students have to stay off-campus.
· Students who are unsuccessful in their on-campus housing application shall be recommended off-campus housing at hostels located within bus rides to NTU.
Refer to Info Sheet Pg 15 – 17 for more details.
For more details, please refer to the enclosed information sheet or visit our website www.ntu.edu.sg/GEM-Trailblazer
• Study Plan (List of 10 courses they would like to take, already approved by home university, in order of preference)
• Official Academic Transcript (in English)
• JPG format of digital passport-size photo of student (<60kb; 400(W) x 514(H) pixels)
• Copy of passport (JPG format, clear and colored)
• PDF format of Bachelor’s Degree Certificate (compulsory for Postgraduate applicants)
• Up-to-date Curriculum Vitae (CV) in PDF format (<600kb) – (Applicable to students on Research and WEP exchange only)
• Motivation Letter
• English language proficiency (Min. Score of TOEFL – ITP=530, iBT 8.0 or IELTS 6.0)
• Student Enrollment from faculty
• Letter of Recommendation(s) from Academic Supervisor(s)
1) Submit the aforementioned documents to Office of International Affairs, UGM (Bulaksumur F-13) for internal selection.
2) OIA staffs will evaluate your application and make the applicant ranking.
3) Once you are selected as Nominated Student, you may continue to do online registration to NTU as for host university selection.
4) FINAL decision from NTU.
Please send all documents above in 2 COPIES to Office of International Affairs, UGM (Bulaksumur Block F-13) no later than September 30, 2016.