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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q: Who can I contact for admissions enquiries?

A: For admissions enquiries, please click here for the contact details.

 

Q: What are the cut-off points for NTU science programmes?

A: This is only applicable to applicants holding Singapore-Cambridge GCE 'A' level qualification or Local Polytechnic Diploma from one of the five local polytechnics in Singapore. You may click here for more information on the Indicative Grade Profile.

Please note the following:

·         The grade profiles, GPAs and programme places may vary from year to year, depending on the number and performance of applicants, and the number of places available.

·         Meeting the previous year's grade/GPA scores of a programme does not guarantee admission to that programme for the current year.

·         Certain programmes may have specific subject requirements. The programmes marked with asterisk (*) are those where additional assessments such as interviews, selection tests, and/or portfolios are required. Please click here for more details.

 

Q: Can I appeal for a change of programme?

A: You may submit your appeal via online during the appeal period if you wish to change your offered programme.

However, you are advised to confirm your offered programme via online by the stipulated deadline as stated in the notification letter so that in the event that your appeal is unsuccessful, your originally offered course will still be valid.

Please refer to your respective application group for the online appeal period by going to this link https://admissions.ntu.edu.sg/UndergraduateAdmissions/Pages/ApplytoNTU.aspx

 

Q: What is the annual intake for NTU College of Science? 

A: The estimated annual intake for NTU College of Science schools are as follows: Asian School of the Environment – 40 students; School of Biological Sciences - 200 students; School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences - 420 students.

 

Q: What is the employment rate for NTU College of Science graduates?

A: You may click here for the latest NTU Graduate Employment Survey which is available at the Ministry of Education (MOE) website.

 

Q: When will I be contacted for a scholarship interview? 

A: Shortlisted applicants who have been offered an NTU science programme and have submitted their scholarships application will be contacted for scholarship interview starting early March 2020.

For more information on scholarships application, you may refer to the Admissions website at https://admissions.ntu.edu.sg/UndergraduateAdmissions/Pages/Scholarships.aspx

 

Q: When will I be informed of my scholarship interview results? 

A: Scholarship offer results will be released in batches, by May 2020.

 

Q: Will there be any outreach events in the coming months?

A: We are still unsure as it depends on how the Covid-19 situation evolves. Do follow us on social media so that you can stay updated on our news and events!

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Q: What is the contact information for NTU College of Science schools?

A:

Asian School of the Environment – please click here

School of Biological Sciences – please click here

School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences – please click here

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