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Undergraduate Degrees Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology. Bachelor of Arts in Communication. Bachelor of Arts in Education. Bachelor of Arts in Education: Elementary Education. Bachelor of Arts in Education: Secondary Education. Bachelor of Arts in English.
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Schedule Change Period. Monday, September 7. Tuesday, September 8. No Curriculum Classes. Tuesday, September Wednesday, September Constitution Day Activities. Thursday, October 1. Tuesday, October Wednesday, October October Curriculum Student Fall Break. Wednesday, November Friday, November Monday, November Current Students Registration Begins. Thursday, November December 3.Research students in postgraduate programmes are expected to work on their research projects throughout the period of their candidature subject to the student terms, requirements and entitlements.
Students in postgraduate programmes that do not follow the standard calendars are to check with their programme administrators.
Public Holidays. Effectiveclasses will proceed normally on the immediate Monday following a public holiday on Saturday. Public Holidays Please click here for Schedule of Key Academic Activities. Notice to All Undergraduate NSmen. It has made a standing arrangement with the universities that undergraduate NSmen would be called up for In-Camp Training ICT only during specific parts of the university vacations. During these periods, the university will not conduct any compulsory academic programme.
The call-up periods are indicated in the table below:. Attachment programmes may overlap with the call-up period. NSmen students called up during their attachment can apply for leave and extend their attachment to make up for the period missed.
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Share Article. Follow NTU sg. Trimester 2 1 st Half. Trimester 2 2 nd Half. Campus-wide celebratory event including the State of the University Address by President.Note : A mini-semester offers students an accelerated course schedule.
A 4MC module can be taught during the mini-semester in a condensed format where the same amount of content is covered within a shorter time frame. Modules with less than 4 MCs may also be delivered over a mini-semester in a bite-size manner. The mini-semesters are viewed as parts of the regular semester and the MCs of modules enrolled are counted altogether to form the semester workload. As such, the minimum and maximum MC workload limits for the semester remain unchanged. Students can mix and match mini-semester modules and regular semester modules in their preferred way for managing their workload intensity during the course of the semester.
For more information, please click here. The table below presents the basic chronological structure of the two main semesters, with 2 mini-semesters within each regular semester, in any academic year. For Semester 2 and mini-semester 2A, this commences on the second Monday of January each year. For mini-semester B, this starts in the week following examination week of preceding mini-semester A.
For mini-semester A,1-week period from Monday to Saturday. For Semester 2, this goes from May through July. The 2-part Special Term takes place during this vacation period, with each part being 6 weeks long. To view the current, future and previous NUS Academic Calendars, please click on the respective links below. Quick Links. Academic Calendar Home Academic Calendar. Each regular semester includes 13 weeks of instruction and 2 weeks of end-of-semester examinations.
There are two consecutive mini-semesters in each regular semester. The first mini-semester Mini-semester A comprises 6 weeks of instruction, 1-week break Reading Week and 1 week of examinations. The second mini-semester Mini-Semester B comprises of 6 weeks of instruction, 1-week break Reading Week and 2 weeks of examinations which is the same period as the end-of-semester examinations.
Special term takes place during the Semester 2 vacation period.See the Registrar's COVID and Academic Continuity page for information for students, faculty, and staff relevant to classes and academic activities and administration.
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The University bill is issued on the 20th of each month. Billed charges are due by the 15th of the following month. Key undergraduate dates are included below. Issued April 15, All dates are subject to change at the discretion of the University. August 1 Sat Axess opens for course enrollment. Stanford Bulletin opens with AY degree requirements. August 31 Mon Law School instruction begins for 1st-year J.
See the full Stanford Law School academic calendar. September 11 Fri, p. At-status enrollment deadline in order to receive stipend or financial aid refund within the first week of term.
September 15 Tue New undergraduates arrive. Undergraduate housing opens for new students; see Student Housing Calendar. September 17 Thu Undergraduate housing opens for returning students; see Student Housing Calendar. September 21 Mon, p. Preliminary Study List deadline. Students must be "at status"; i.
Deadline to submit Leave of Absence for full refund see undergraduate leaves of absence and graduate leaves of absence. See Tuition and Refund Schedule for a full refund schedule.
September 23 Wed Yom Kippur classes held: some students will be observing Yom Kippur and are not expected to attend classes; some faculty will not be holding classes. October 9 Fri, p. Last day to add or drop a class; last day to adjust units on a variable-unit course. Last day for tuition reassessment for dropped courses or units. Students may withdraw from a course until the Course Withdrawal deadline and a 'W' notation will appear on the transcript. November 2 Mon, p. Term withdrawal deadline; last day to submit Leave of Absence to withdraw from the University with a partial refund.
November 13 Fri, p. Application deadline for Autumn Quarter degree conferral. November 20 Fri Last day of Law classes. December 4 Fri Last opportunity to arrange Incomplete in a course, at last class. December 4 Fri, noon University thesis, D. December 4 Fri, p. December Fri-Fri Law School examinations. December 25 Fri At-status enrollment deadline in order to receive stipend or financial aid refund within the first week of term.
January 2 Sat, a.Academic Course Catalogs. Late charges begin Sept. Competency Exam: Second Language 2 Wed. Classes begin 7 Mon. Labor Day holiday no classes, offices closed 10 Thurs.
Mass of the Holy Spirit 14 Mon. Last day to enroll in classes and to drop a class without a 'W' Mon. Deadline percent tuition refund 21 Mon. Deadline 90 percent tuition refund 28 Mon. Online class reservation for Intersession 1 Thurs. Financial aid applications for Intersession available 5 Mon. Deadline 70 percent tuition refund 9 Fri. Competency Exams fee deadline 16 Fri. Deadline to petition for May or August graduation 19 Mon. Deadline 60 percent tuition refund 23 Fri.
Fall Holiday no classes 26 Mon. Mid-term grades due 27 Tues. Deadline 50 percent tuition refund 31 Sat. Priority deadline for Intersession financial aid applications 2 Mon. Competency Exam: Mathematics 10 Tues.
Last Day to withdraw from classes with a "W" Tues. Final fee payment deadline for Intersession online registration Wed. Last day of classes 15 Tues.
Study day Wed. First day of Intersession classes 18 Mon. Martin Luther King Jr. New Student Spring Orientation 21 Thurs.