SINGAPORE UNIVERSITIES STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAMME (SUSEP)
A tripartite agreement has been reached with NUS and SMU to offer student exchange programme commencing July 2001. Through this programme, students at the 3 institutions are able to study and experience student's life at a host institution while pursuing their degrees in their university.
In NTU, SUSEP is administered by the Office of Academic Services and supported by the Schools.
The following options are available for students (NUS or SMU) participating in the programme:
- Partial Exchange
Take a few approved courses in NTU and the remaining in your home university. Students are to ensure that the courses and examination timetables for the NUS/SMU courses they wish to take will not clash with those that they are taking in NTU.
- Full Exchange
Do one semester of studies of approved courses entirely at NTU.
Matters on Registration of Courses
Students should ascertain with the advice of their institution's academic counsellor that they have met the equivalent pre-requisites, if any, of the NTU courses.
For students who are taking a few courses at NTU and the remaining in their own university, it is important for them to check and ascertain that they can fit the approved courses with their registered courses in their university. You may refer to more information on course registration, content of courses, examination timetable and class schedules to assist you in your choice of courses.
Please note that there are certain courses which are not offered to exchange students. NTU courses are highly competitive and popular, and there is no guarantee that you will be allocated courses you express interest in.
NTU Academic Unit System
Content of Course
Fees & Expenses
Tuition fees are paid to the home university (NUS or SMU) and are waived by NTU
The financial responsibility of students participating in SUSEP is as follows:
Tuition, academic and obligatory fees at the home university. These fees will be waived at NTU;
Obligatory expenditure required in NTU;
Personal and living expenses, including accommodation and food; and
Debts incurred for the duration of their study at the host university.
The use of non-academic or non-obligatory facilities, services and functions at NTU may require the payment of fees by the exchange student.
Plese note that students on local exchange are not eligible for on-campus accommodation.
Note: Only students who are nominated by either NUS or SMU can proceed to apply online.
Consult your institution's academic counsellor on the suitability of your choice of courses
Complete the NTU online application form.
Click here to proceed with the online application
Closing date for application:Acceptance
Online application by 31 May 2013 (Friday) for Semester 1, AY2013-14
Your selection of courses will be subjected to NTU's approval and vacancies availability. Upon acceptance, you would be issued with a letter of admission with a copy forwarded to your university. You would be informed of the approved courses and advised on the collection of your matriculation cards, class timetable and other related matters in the letter. At the end of the programme, NTU would send your academic transcript to your university within one month after the release of examination results. Please note that all rules and regulations pertaining to course registration and examinations would apply to you.
Office of Academic Services
Nanyang Technological University
Student Services Centre, Level 1
42 Nanyang Avenue
Monday to Thursday - 8.30 a.m. to 5.45 p.m.
Friday - 8.30 a.m. to 5.15. p.m.
Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays