The appeal portal opens from 1 April to 31 May of the admissions year.
Only applicants whose outcomes of their applications is known (successful or rejected) can submit their appeals online.
If you miss the application deadline for the July intake admission, you may apply for the next intake in the following year; please do not submit any appeal.
If you wish to appeal against the admission decision of Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS), you are required to submit an appeal online. Please note that we will only review appeals that are submitted via this channel.
Kindly refrain from sending appeals to multiple parties within SUSS as it will slow down the process. Appeals sent to the other parties within SUSS will still be forwarded to our office. In your online appeal, you may state the reason(s) (not more than 500 words) and upload ONE (1) file to support the appeal. Maximum file size for the supporting document is 4MB. You are advised to exercise personal planning when submitting the online appeal as meeting the admission requirements to SUSS is not a valid reason for appeal.
As the number of appeals will be huge, our office aims to update applicants of their appeal outcomes within 21 working days. Applicants who are successful in their appeals will still need to undergo the four-stage selection process; hence, a favourable appeal outcome may not lead to an offer of a programme in SUSS.
You may only submit your appeal once. There is no need to appeal against the appeal status as the committee would have thoroughly reviewed and decided on the appeal outcome.
If you have received course offers from the other local universities, you should accept one of the programmes that has been offered to you by the Joint Acceptance Exercise (JAE) deadline, while you wait for the outcome of the appeal.