11th August 2022
Students keen to pursue a master’s degree at the National University of Singapore will enjoy a discount of 10 per cent for certain courses from next year. This applies to all courses whose fees are not already subsidised by the Government, with an additional 5 per cent discount for NUS graduates.
NUS announced these developments at the launch of its inaugural Lifelong Learning Festival at the Shaw Foundation Alumni House at its Kent Ridge campus.
Education Minister Chan Chun Sing, the guest of honour at the event, said Singapore’s universities, polytechnics and the Institute of Technical Education should allow students to pick and choose modules from any institution and tailor their education to suit their needs.
He added that the higher learning institutes should work to complement and recognise one another’s modules, and that they are collectively competing against the best varsities and institutions all around the world.