National University of Singapore (NUS)

NUS has 17 faculties and schools at 3 campuses, including the Duke-NUS Medical School, Yong Siew Toh Conservatory and Yale-NUS College. NUS offers the NUS Overseas Colleges programme that develops entrepreneurial acumen in students, and strong global programmes with some of the world's top universities.

With 17 faculties and schools at 3 campuses, NUS has the largest student population amongst the 6 AUs. Its international collaborations include the setting up of a second medical school with Duke University, a music conservatory with John Hopkins University, and Singapore's first liberal arts college with Yale University.

NUS is known for its pioneering ‘NUS Overseas Colleges' programme, which develops entrepreneurial acumen in students, as well as strong global programmes such as student exchange, double degree, and joint degree programmes with some of the world's top universities.

Select your profile to learn about the minimum entry requirements and admissions application timeline:

  • A-level graduate
  • Polytechnic graduate
  • IB graduate

Learn more on the admission exercises and programmes offered

Graduate Employment Survey (GES)

GES is jointly conducted by NTU, NUS, SIT, SMU, SUSS and SUTD annually to survey the employment conditions of graduates about 6 months after their final examinations.

Download NUS GES report

Indicative Grade Profile (IGP)

The IGP provides information on the grade profile of students who were offered admissions in the previous admissions cycle. This enables prospective students to make informed choices during their application.

Download NUS IGP document