NUS Engineering Graduate Programmes are based on a modular system. Under this system, workloads are expressed in terms of Modular Credits (MCs), and academic performance is measured by grade points on a 5-point scale.
To help you plan and map out your academic journey, the NUS Bulletin serves to guide you as you explore options and pathways. This bulletin contains essential information on modules, your programme of study and its graduating requirements.
Information on the modules available for each semester and the class time-table is obtainable from the respective departments. In general, successful applicants will receive information on the class timetable and other details from the DEPARTMENT two weeks before the commencement of the semester. Students are to register for their modules online for each semester not later than the second week of commencement of each semester. For more details, do contact the respective departments after completing the registration formalities with us.
Waiver, exemption or transfer of modular credits
Applicants who wish to apply for transfer of credits previously taken at NUS may refer to the eligibility and conditions for the type of programme they wish to pursue here: