Questions related to academics such as grading system, cumulative average point and modules are answered here.
Students are expected to read the full load of 20 MC per semester. Subject to approval, you may enroll in at least 12 MCs but not more than 24 MCs of modules in each semester. You are recommended to divide your workload equally over your programme duration.
The CAP, which is the weighted average grade point of all modules taken by a student in NUS, is represented as follows:
In NUS, each letter grade corresponds to a grade point as shown below:
Students in the MSc in Management programme must maintain a cumulative average point (CAP) of at least 3.0. More information on the NUS grading system can be found here
Questions related to candidature, graduating requirements.
The MSc in Management degree will only be conferred to those in the double-master programme after they have completed all obligatory components for both CEMS MIM and MSc in Management degrees.
The CEMS MIM degree will only be granted after the conferment of the MSc in Management degree.
The maximum candidature is 2 years for the MSc in Management programme, and 3 years for the Double-Masters with CEMS.
Questions on moving to Singapore, housing and transition.
The International Students Section within the Office of Student Affairs provides a wide range of services for all international participants studying in NUS. Please click here for more information.
To ease the transition for new international students to NUS, the programme office will also arrange a buddy for each student to share practical information. Pre-arrival connections with the buddies can be done via email or Facebook.
A GMAT is not compulsory should applicants wish to submit results from equivalent examinations. However, a good GMAT score will qualify you for scholarships and priority in exchange placements.
This section will answer your questions on GMAT.
If you wish to be considered for scholarships, a GMAT score of at least 700 out of 800 is generally expected.
You may submit the preliminary GMAT scores, i.e. the Verbal and Quantitative scores. These scores are known immediately after a GMAT test.