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  • Locations: Singapore, Singapore
  • Program Terms: Academic Year, Fall, Spring
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Restrictions: Texas A&M University applicants only
  • Courses Offered
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Fall 2018 03/01/2018 03/01/2018 TBA TBA
Academic Year 2018-2019 03/01/2018 03/01/2018 TBA TBA
Fact Sheet:
Program Type:
Texas A&M Reciprocal Educational Exchange Program
Academic Area:
Agriculture, Architecture, Business, Education, Engineering, Fine Arts, Foreign Language, Geosciences, Health/Medicine, Liberal Arts, Science, Veterinary Medicine
Academic College: Any
Minimum GPA:
Language courses available:
Language requirement:
Language of instruction:
Program Advisor:
Xiaoshuang Wei
Housing: Dormitory
Open to non-majors:
Classification: Junior, Senior, Sophomore Additional features: Research
REEP Program Type:
University Wide Exchange
Program Description:

National University of Singapore

Study Abroad Advisor

Xiaoshuang Wei

National University of Singapo

NUS Dorms

NUS Library

NUS Students


Helpful Links:
International Student Academics and Pre-Departure Information
NUS Webpage
NUS Factsheet
NUS Incoming Exchange Student Information
NUS Pre-Departure Information
NUS Non-Graduating Program Academic Information
NUS Semester and Academic Year Course Offerings
NUS Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program
NUS International Student Webpage
Study Abroad Programs Office Scholarship and Funding webpage
Scholarship and Funding Options
Currency Converter
Housing and Campus Life
NUS Virtual Campus Tour
NUS Campus map
NUS University Housing Information
NUS Housing Options
NUS Housing Brochures
NUS Prince George’s Park Residence
NUS Communication and Internet Access
NUS Pre-Departure Checklist
NUS Student Organizations
NUS Campus Life
NUS Peer Advising Program
NUS  Student Testimonials
NUS Transportation Services
NUS Academic Calendar
Singapore City Guide

National University of Singapore
Fall, Spring, or Academic Year
Singapore, Singapore

The National University of Singapore (NUS) has something to offer most students--English as a common language, a wide range of academic courses, the beauty of nature to enjoy, and an active social calendar. Each year, over 28,000 students from 80 different countries choose to study at the National University of Singapore. Studying at NUS not only offers students a diverse cultural experience, but also a quality educational experience. Standing as the foremost and most prestigious university in Singapore and ranked consistently among the top 50 universities in the world, NUS strives to be a powerhouse of technology and innovation that creates new knowledge, ideas and breakthroughs. 

Located off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, Singapore is the fifth wealthiest country in the world. It is a dynamic island city-state where you will find a blend of culture, cuisine, arts and architecture. As English is the official language of this former British colony, Singapore provides the best of both the East and the West.

NUS Exchange Program Overview & Application Flow Chart: NUS_AY2017-18_information_sheet.pd.pdf

  • This program is open to all majors.
  • Be a TAMU student for at least one semester prior to application
  • Attend TAMU for at least one full semester after the exchange
  • Have a minimum 3.0 G.P.A.
  • Have a minimum of second semester sophomore classification by beginning of exchange
  • Provide 1 letter of recommendation from Texas A&M faculty member (forms within application)
  • Provide official transcripts from all college-level institutions attended
  • Have a valid passport by the application deadline (strongly recommended but not required)
Students can choose to study abroad during
  • Fall Semester (August to December)
  • Spring Semester (January to May)
  • Academic Year (August to May)

One of the benefits of participating in an exchange program is that students  can enroll in any course at the host university. As a result, NUS offers courses in a wide variety of areas open to international students. Check the Module List, then look up any interesting classes in the Module Search page for more details. As the university is based in a country whose official language is English, students have the full curriculum available to them not counting professional school programs in the NUS Non-Graduating Program. Due to this large selection of course offerings, this exchange program will satisfy the academic needs, including research, of almost any Texas A&M student. Upon completion of the program, students will earn a minimum of 12 hours of A&M credit for each semester completed. NUS is on a semester system where courses are called modules.


Exchange students live in NUS housing and have several options available to them, although most choose to reside in Prince George's Park Residences (PGPR), a student residence. NUS has two classifications of student housing--Halls of Residence and Student Residences. Halls of Residence are similar to Texas A&M residence halls and Student Residences are similar to Texas A&M's University Apartments. While the amenities will depend on the residential facility, at PGPR students have:
  • Individual rooms
  • Shared common kitchen
  • Dining area
  • Connects for internet and television in every room
  • Lecture theatre
  • Seminar rooms
  • Multi-purpose hall
  • Gymnasium
  • Basketball and tennis courts
  • Jogging track
  • Exercise station
  • Mini-supermarket
  • Four food outlets
At NUS, the residential facilities maintain a lively rivalry against one another. As such, exchange students are encouraged to participate in activities organized by university clubs and societies of their choosing to help earn points for their respective residence as well as participate in campus lifeThis is a great way for students to quickly develop their social life and extra-curricular activities while in Singapore.
Estimated Fees Paid to Texas A&M
A&M Tuition and Fees $5,200
REEP Administrative Fee $300
Estimated Fees Paid Directly to NUS
Accommodations $2,500
Estimated Additional Expenses (pre-departure or on-site)
International Airfare $1,800
Meals $1,000
Textbooks, Supplies, Visa (if needed), Passport, misc. $800
Personal Spending $800+
Total Estimated Cost $12,400+
Texas A&M Semester Cost $13,726+
*Tuition & Fee rates vary depending on course load and residency status.

As soon as you decide to participate in a study abroad program, you will want to look into the funding available. Texas A&M Scholarships designated specifically for study abroad include: The Study Abroad Fellowship and the International Education Fee Scholarship. Also, many academic colleges and departments offer scholarships for students studying abroad. Additional information can be found at the Study Abroad Programs Office Funding webpage

Additional Information 


Funding is available in many forms. For complete information on funding opportunities, please visit the Study Abroad Programs Office website here: or visit for walk-in advising. 


College Station Students Only: The Scholarships and Financial Aid office offers scholarship programs.  These scholarships are based on merit and/or financial need. For more information and to access the application, visit:

Financial Aid

Federal and state financial aid and some scholarships may often be used toward the cost of TAMU study abroad programs. Students can contact the program's respective study abroad advisor (listed above) to obtain a copy of the program-specific Financial Aid Request Form.  Students should schedule a meeting with a financial aid advisor to discuss their award package and disbursement of financial aid as it relates to the courses and the program fee due dates.  Link to the Scholarship & Financial Aid Office:

Thoughts from a Former Exchange Student

"I decided to study abroad as a means of diversifying my professional skills, not to mention my career opportunities. Studying abroad is one of the best ways to broaden one's awareness of the complex issues surrounding this new international/global era in which we live. It helped me perfect my language skills and gain knowledge of the political, social, and economic issues the world faces today. Furthermore, I believe the personal experiences I gained will help me to be a better leader to welcome challenges, and to challenge the status quo."
Former Texas A&M Exchange Student