Admission of candidates into the Bachelor of Science (Nursing) programme will be based on academic merit. All eligible applicants must fulfil the minimum university requirements for admission to full-time undergraduate studies.
To be eligible to apply for admission, applicants need to present one of the following:
Please refer to the following website for more details: http://nusmedicine.verzlab.com/admissions/medicine/undergraduate#health-requirements
Candidates may be asked to attend an interview in April. The selection of students for the BSc (Nursing) programme will be determined by factors over and above the candidates’ academic record.
Admission to the Bachelor of Science (Nursing) programme is administered directly by NUS Office of Admissions (OAM). Please visit OAM’s website at http://www.nus.edu.sg/oam/ for more details.
Please refer to http://www.nus.edu.sg/registrar/education-at-nus/undergraduate-education/fees.html for information.
Applicants presenting an acceptable Diploma from a Polytechnic in Singapore can apply. Candidates who are holders of some specified diplomas obtained not more than 5 years ago may be granted Advanced Placement Credits (APC) for the BSc (Nursing) programme.
For more information on module exemptions, please visit http://www.nus.edu.sg/registrar/edu/UG/graduation.html#APCExe
|Advanced Placement Credits (AY2018/19)||Advanced Placement Credits (AY2019/20) onwards|
The Bachelor of Science (Nursing) is a 3-year full-time programme. Students who have performed well throughout the programme would be offered the opportunity to proceed to the Honours year leading to the award of Bachelor of Science (Nursing)(Honours).
Please logon to the NUS Office of Admissions website at http://www.nus.edu.sg/oam/apply-to-nus.html on information of the admissions process.
Yes. Diploma graduates from a polytechnic in Singapore can apply to NUS Nursing. It does not have to be a Nursing diploma. Over the years, we have admitted many students who have graduated with a non-nursing discipline from a local polytechnic. Advanced Placement Credits (APC) may be granted to certain diplomas. The extent of advanced standing for diploma holders from a local polytechnic will be reviewed and granted in accordance with NUS rules and regulations.
Please refer to here for the admission requirements.
Yes. Students who have met the admission requirements can apply.
Yes. A case-by-case basis which will only be considered after you have successfully gained admission into the nursing programme.
Please refer to http://www.nus.edu.sg/oam/gradeprofile/sprogramme-igp.html for the intake in the previous Academic Year.
Please refer to here for details on financial aid.
Our programme plans to develop nursing leader for the future. It has a strong emphasis on critical thinking, health and physical assessment, pharmacology, psychology and sociology. Students can take elective modules outside of Nursing. The honours year gives students the opportunity to conduct research.
Students are required to undergo compulsory clinical postings as part of the programme requirement. The student’s choice of hospital postings will be taken into consideration.
Classes on academic modules will be conducted in NUS campus and the clinical modules will be conducted in the various healthcare institutions in Singapore or NUS Centre for Healthcare Simulation.
The NUS BSc (Nursing) degree is a programme that meets international standards. Graduates who want to do their Master’s and PhD studies overseas will need to fulfil the admission requirements of the respective universities.
For an Registered Nurse with degree qualifications, the annual starting salary (including bonuses and allowances) is around $53,700. (source: MOH Care To Go Beyond 2016)
They will be bonded if they receive a sponsorship or scholarship offered by a healthcare institution.
The NUS BSc (Nursing) degree is a programme that meets international standards. For graduates who would like to practise in other countries, they will need to fulfil the registration requirements of the country that they would like to practise in.