|2. ||前學年 GPA 達3.30分以上。|
|3. ||TOEFL iBT 79 或 IELTS 6.0。|
Fall semester: Auguest to December
Spring Semester: January to May
- Workload: Exchange students will take 18-22 modular credits (MCs) per semester at Yale-NUS, which is considered a full load. This usually means four courses per semester, each worth 5 MCs.
- Yale-NUS is academically rigorous. Students should expect to dedicate a lot of time to reading and assignments and to actively engage in discussions both inside and outside the classroom.
- Exchange students holding a student’s pass are not allowed to engage in any part-time employment in Singapore during the semester, including on-campus employment.
- In principle, all Yale-NUS courses except Common Curriculum and Capstone Seminars are open to exchange/visiting students, as long as the student has taken any required pre-requisites for a given course. Courses offered at NUS may be possible only on a case-by-case basis. Note that it can be difficult to get spots in NUS courses, and each undergraduate NUS course is worth 4 MCs. (Yale-NUS courses are worth 5 MCs.) Exchange/visiting students can take a maximum of 1-2 courses outside of Yale-NUS and the module exclusions are applicable at here.
Exchange students will be placed in one of Yale-NUS College’s three residential colleges. Each student has a single room within a four- or six-room suite (including shared living room and bathroom). Suites are single gender, unless otherwise requested. Students will also have a meal plan, which includes 19 meals per week (three meals on week days and two meals on Saturday/Sunday)