Prospective Students


Admissions Procedures

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Application Details

Applications, including referee reports and documents, are required to be submitted online.

Application Deadlines

  • Closing date for admission in August (Semester 1): 31 January
  • Closing date for admission in January (Semester 2): 31 July

Note: [227] Doctor of Philosophy (IGS-Global Asia) is open for August Intake only

Matriculation Information
  • Confirm Status of Offer
    You may check and confirm the status of the offer online. If you are offered a place, you need to complete the following:

  • Register yourself
    Even if you are successful in more than one application, you can register for only one programme. The University reserves the right to terminate your candidature if you register for more than one programme at the same time.

    We will send you an email acknowledgement. An offer letter with details of admission will be sent to you via email.

  • Application for accommodation for new graduate students
    Please submit your applications at least one month before matriculation.
    Click here to apply.

  • Matriculation
    Matriculation is to be done upon arrival in the Nanyang Technological University. Students will be informed in details through the offer of admission letter which is issued by the University in due course.

    You can also refer to NTU’s general guide for more information.

Medical Matters

  • NTU Medical Centre
    You may visit the NTU Medical Centre for your medical examination. Please click here for the location, operating hours and contact details.


  • Clinics near campus
    For the location, operating hours and contact details of clinics located near campus, please click here. Contact the clinics directly for their charges. Charges for GP outpatient services are not covered under the Group Hospitalisation and Surgical Insurance Scheme unless for treatment within 48 hours of an accident for eligible students.



For Full Time International Students

Two insurance schemes – the Group Personal Accident Insurance and the Group Hospitalisation and Surgical Insurance – help students meet medical costs.