Matriculation Details

This option is only for aplicants who have received the offer of admission from the University.

If you are offered admission, you will be given the URL address to accept the offer via internet. Your matriculation number will be generated, however, this does not indicate that you had been matriculated. It is mandatory to attend the matriculation exercise onsite.

The system will also prompt you to set up an email account with us.  Future correspondences with you will be through that email account. Do note that it is mandatory to attend the matriculation exercise onsite.

If you have already accepted the offer, you can view the important matriculation onsite details here:
Matriculation details for AY2019/20 (August intake)

Prior to matriculation, you may view your particulars in the e-verification portal via


Tuition Grant Recipients

Singapore Permanent Resident (SPRs) and International students (ISs) who have graduated from an Autonomous University (AU) e.g. NTU, NUS, SMU etc. for their undergraduate programmes and are applying for the graduate programmes, please refer to the TG-FAQ for more information. You are required to apply for deferment through the MOE TGonline System at least 6 weeks before the commencement of your deferment period. Failure to submit your application within the stipulated timeframe could result in a rejection of the application.
For further queries, please contact MOE (Tuition Grant Unit) as appended below.

Tuition Grant Unit
Higher Education Division
Office Tower Level 15
Ministry of Education, Singapore
Address: 1 North Buona Vista Drive
                 Singapore 138675
Telephone: (65) 6872 2220


Bond Management (6-year Bond Obligation)

If you are admitted for the full-time research programme and were previously awarded an undergraduate scholarship to study at NTU with a 6-year bond obligation, you will need to write to the following Office/ Ministry for approval to pursue the research programme at NTU:

Human Resources (Bond Management)
NTU Shared Services
Nanyang Technological University
Student Services Centre, Level 5
42 Nanyang Avenue ,Singapore 639815

Telephone: (65) 65923139 or 65923140
Email :

Please produce the letter of approval from MOE or NSS-HR (Bond Management) when you matriculate with us.


Service Obligation 

If you have opted for the Service Obligation (SO), please read up on the terms and conditions of the SO here.


International Students (Part-time) 

Please be informed that if you are not a Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident, you are to ensure that you have a valid immigration pass throughout the entire course of study. Do check with One Stop webpage for information about immigration and insurance schemes. For clarifications, please email to


International Students (Full-time)

Student's Pass

All full-time international students are required to obtain and hold a valid Student's Pass to study in Singapore. Please click HERE for the detailed Student's Pass Application procedure document.

NTU Student insurance schemes

All full-time students are covered under the NTU student insurance schemes, namely the Group Hospitalisation & Surgical Insurance (GHSI) scheme, Group Personal Accident Insurance (GPAI) scheme and Medical Scheme. To find out more about these schemes, please click HERE.

Registration with Student Affairs Office on Upcoming Orientation Briefing and Outings

All international students are required to register with the Student Affairs Office at the registration booth during your matriculation with the Office of Admissions. There will be an important Orientation Briefing and a Tea Reception for all new international graduate students. For more details, please refer to


Health Screening

‚ÄčAll students must undergo health screening prior to admission to determine their medical fitness to pursue the programme of study in the University. Health screening is conducted at the campus clinic - Fullerton Healthcare @ NTU, University Health Service (UHS) Building.

For further information on health screening, please click on this link

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