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Full-time Undergraduate

Find out more about the Indicative Grade Profile (IGP), as well as the qualities we look out for in applicants here.

A Study Loan is a means-tested Government loan scheme, and complements the Tuition Fee Loan. The Study Loan provides loans to cover up to the remaining 10% of tuition fees payable by Singapore Citizen (SC) students not covered by the Tuition Fee Loan. It does not cover any other miscellaneous fees.

For more details on Study Loans:

  • Click here for full-time undergraduate
  • Click here for part-time undergraduate

The new SUSS curriculum will be introduced from the July 2023 semester onwards.

It consists of a new suite of SUSS Core courses, streamlined majors and more curriculum space for free electives, minors or second majors in the undergraduate curriculum. The new calendar comprises two 12-week semesters and one special semester.

For more details on the new SUSS curriculum, please refer to this set of FAQs.

Please visit the respective full-time and part-time undergraduate programme pages for information on the programme structure and curriculum.

You may get more details about the application criteria for the full-time programmes here.
More details on the admission process can be found here.
There is only one intake per year (July) for full-time programmes.
Application for the July 2024 intake will open from 19 November 2023 onwards. Stay tuned!
Yes, students in the full-time programmes are eligible for Tuition Grant (TG), which allows for students to receive subsidised tuition fees. More details can be found here.
The fees paid each semester is dependent on the number of courses taken. A student is likely to take an average of five to six 5-cu courses per semester. Click here to view the updated tuition fees.

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