All incoming full-time programme students must be matriculated officially before commencing your studies in SUSS.

To facilitate your matriculation, you are strongly encouraged to read the detailed instructions for each step of the process.

The Online Matriculation Portal is closed now. 

Step 1: Log in with your Email Address and Login ID

Step 2: Declare that you have acknowledged the SUSS Honour Code 

Step 3: Credit Waiver (where applicable)

If you have been granted credit waiver, you will be notified at this step.

Step 4: Photo Submission 

The photo submitted will be used for your SUSS Student Card as well as the Tertiary Student Concession Card.

Failure to comply with the requirements will result in a delay in you receiving your student card.

Your photo should be:

  • Showing your full face without any headgear (headgear worn in accordance to racial or religious custom is acceptable but the facial features should not be hidden)
  • Showing the full frontal face view and presenting the full head from top of head to the upper chest, centred within the frame
  • Taken in colour against a white background with no shadow
  • Taken within the last 3 months
  • In JPEG or JPG format

Note: Do not upload a random photo to test out. Upload the actual photo to be used on the student card.

Step 5: Courses Registered for Year 1 Semester 1

You do not have to register for your courses in Year 1 Semester 1. The courses assigned to you can be viewed at this step. 

The timetable for Semester 1 will be pre-allocated and sent via email by early July.

Step 6: MOE Tuition Grant Declaration

During your admission application, you have completed the MOE Tuition Grant Declaration Form. The information that you have indicated during application will be reflected at this step.

Step 7: Update Bank Account Information

To facilitate monetary transfer from the University to your account during your course of study in the form of refunds, awarding of scholarships, or sponsorships, book prizes, etc., where applicable, please fill up your bank account details.

Ensure that you have the following information on hand:

  • Name of bank
  • Branch code
  • Bank account no. (no dashes)
  • Your name as reflected on your bank statement or bank book


  • The bank account must be under your name. Joint account is acceptable.
  • Providing your bank account details in this step does not grant the University the permission to deduct any amount from your account. This step is not for Interbank GIRO. 

Step 8: PDPA Declaration

Activate your MyMail account

You will receive email notification to activate your MyMail email account. 

You will be prompted to change your MyMail account password. 

Please check your MyMail account frequently so that you do not miss out important information from the University. Henceforth, SUSS will only correspond with you via your MyMail account.

Proforma Invoice and Payment of Annual Miscellaneous Fees and Tuition Fees

There are two semesters in an academic year. Tuition fees are payable at the beginning of each semester and are dependent on the number of courses you take for that semester.

Please log in to Student Portal to view your current semester's tuition fee invoice, under E-Services > View Outstanding Invoice and Make ePayment.

An annual miscellaneous fee of S$165.00 (excluding GST) is also payable in the first semester of each academic year. Please note that the miscellaneous fee is subjected to review and changes each academic year.

The miscellaneous fee and tuition fees are payable by 31 August 2020 (Mon), 2359 hours.

Financial Aid

If you are arranging to pay the tuition fees via the following financial aid schemes, you do not have to make payment for the tuition fee by 31 August 2020 (Mon), 2359 hours. You will be notified of the outcome by the respective parties and a new invoice with the revised balance payable (if any) will be sent by mid-September 2020.

  • MOE Tuition Fee Loan
  • CPF Education Scheme
  • Mendaki Tertiary Tuition Fee Subsidy
  • MOE Study Loan
  • Higher Education Bursary (for Singapore citizens only)1
  • Higher Education Community Bursary (for Singapore citizens only)1
  • PSEA Scheme2
  • SUSS Study Grants, Study Awards, Other Bursaries

1 The Higher Education Bursary and Higher Education Community Bursary are to be used to aid students' living allowances and not to offset tuition fees. The disbursement period is after the tuition fee invoice due date.

2 If you have submitted a Standing Order (SO) for PSEA deduction in a pre-tertiary education institution (e.g. Polytechnic), please note that the SO arrangements will apply to all future withdrawals until the SO is terminated or replaced. If you wish to terminate the previous SO arrangements, you need to submit the PSEA Standing Order Termination Form. If you wish to set up for different SO arrangement for your studies at SUSS, you need to resubmit a new PSEA Standing Order Form.

Interbank GIRO

Interbank GIRO is a convenient cashless mode of payment that can be used to pay for your tuition fees.

Note: It is not compulsory for you to apply for it.

If you would like to apply for Interbank GIRO as a mode of payment for your tuition fees, you will have to complete and submit a hardcopy version of the "APPLICATION FOR INTERBANK GIRO".

Note: Please submit GIRO form for January 2021 Semester tuition fee payment. Due to the current COVID-19 situation, physical forms may not be processed in time for July 2020 Semester tuition fee payment. In the meantime, please opt for online payment modes.

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To help prepare you for your studies at SUSS, we have designed the following preparatory courses. Please log in via Canvas and complete the preparatory courses.

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SD103_FT_JUL20: Introduction to Academic Integrity

This course introduces you to the importance of upholding academic integrity. It explains what plagiarism and other forms of academic dishonesty entail, and how to avoid committing them. Apart from receiving many useful tips, there would also be exercises on how to give appropriate credit to the ideas and findings of others in your own work.

Log in via Canvas with your SUSS email account


2 Aug 2020 (Sun), 2359hr

SD101_FT: Essential Skills for Self-Directed Learning

Hone the skills you require to excel in your studies at SUSS. Set your own goals, exercise discipline, and learn how to manage stress and cope with examination anxiety. Make notes that reflect your own understanding of the subject matter. Gain insights into the thought processes that go into identifying key words and gathering the required information for your assignments.

Register via Student Portal from 8 Jun 2020 (Mon) to 29 Jul 2020 (Wed)

Click here for more info.

(Students are strongly encouraged to sign up)

Course Duration:
30 Jul 2020 (Thu) to 21 Aug 2020 (Fri)

Full-time undergraduate students who do not meet the essay passing grade during admission interview are required to complete and pass SDE103 Grammar and SDE104 Academic Reading courses (fees are waived).

More information on the courses can be found here.

The Student Teambuilding Programme is a graduation requirement for all SUSS Full-time students. The overseas Student Teambuilding Programme comprises of 2 courses; the 2.5 credit unit (cu) Experiential Teambuilding (ETB) course and the 2.5 cu Transnational Reflexivity (OGP101) course. All students must complete this course within the first academic year.

In view of COVID-19, the ETB programmes and locations for Run 1 to 5 are subjected to changes.

Students are strongly encouraged to attend the briefing on any of the following dates to find out more about the programme. More information can be found in your matriculation booklet.

For all Full-time Programmes excluding Early Childhood Education:

You may access your eBooks via Canvas. There are no physical books for collection.

For Full-time Early Childhood Education Programme only:

You will have a physical book for ECE100 for July 2020 semester.

You may collect your course materials (textbooks) from Materials Collection Centre located at Blk C Level 2 (Lift Lobby C2, next to Starbucks) from 19 June (Fri) (3pm onwards) to 1 August (Sat). Alternatively, you may opt for courier service in SUSS Student Portal via e-Services.

In view of COVID-19 situation, please refer to Student Portal for announcements and updates for changes in course material collection distribution mode.

Operating Hours
Monday - Friday12.00pm - 7.30pm
Saturday9.00am - 1.00pm
Sunday and Public HolidayClosed

Student's Pass

All full-time international students are required to hold a valid Student's Pass issued by the Singapore Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA). Your offer of admission to SUSS is conditional upon your successful application of your Student's Pass. Check the requirements on ICA's website.

A softcopy of the In-Principle Approval (IPA) letter will be sent by email to all international students. You are required to fill out an online eForm 16 and present a copy with a valid passport to the Duty Officer at the Immigration Checkpoint when arriving Singapore.

It is important for you to promptly access the SOLAR system to verify your details in order to not delay your application for the IPA letter and subsequent matriculation to study at SUSS. The SOLAR system can be accessed here.

For international students who do not require an entry visa to Singapore, you will only need to show your passport and disembarkation card to get through Singapore immigration. You can download your IPA letter and present the letter at ICA to collect your Student’s Pass.

For international students who require an entry visa to Singapore, the IPA letter will serve as a single-trip entry visa upon arrival in Singapore. Please show your passport, disembarkation card and the IPA letter to get through Singapore immigration.

Overstaying is a punishable offence under the Immigration Act. Students are to take note of the expiry dates of the IPA letter/Social Visit Pass and complete the formalities in getting the Student's Pass before the period of stay expires. It is also your responsibility to apply for an extension of the Student's Pass at least one (1) month before it expires. A full-time student is deemed to be residing illegally in Singapore if he/she does not have a valid Student's Pass.

According to the conditions stated by ICA, an international student must surrender the Student’s Pass within 7 days of the date of cessation or termination of studies. Those who surrender at ICA (Visitor Services Centre, ICA Building Level 4) will be granted a short term visit pass to allow them to exit the country. If you intend to leave Singapore upon completion of your studies, you may surrender it with a cancellation form to the Immigration Officer at the checkpoint. For students who are overseas, you may return the Student’s Pass and cancellation form to ICA by registered post to the following address:

Visitor Services Centre
Immigration & Checkpoints Authority
ICA Building 
10 Kallang Road
Singapore 208718


SUSS do not offer on campus residential places or hostels. Refer to the accommodation options here.

Estimated Living Expenses

The estimated living expenses in Singapore vary across individuals. You may use EDB's Cost of Living Calculator for an estimate based on your lifestyle preferences.

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