What are the admission criteria?
The College employs a holistic approach to the evaluation of each applicant. There are no set criteria for admission, but applicants should have taken a rigorous curriculum in secondary school, and show potential to thrive in the interdisciplinary and demanding Yale-NUS course of study. Interviews, recommendations, essays, and extracurricular accomplishments are also evaluated to capture the intangible qualities that an applicant brings to the Yale-NUS community.
What are the application deadlines and decision timetables for admission?
Will my A-Level subject combination affect my application to Yale-NUS?
Who should write my teacher recommendations?
Can a Co-Curricular/Extra-Curricular Activities teacher, a coach or someone whom I had worked with on an external project or internship write one of my teacher recommendations?
What if my teacher/counsellor is not comfortable with using a computer and my school does not issue electronic transcripts?
If my counsellor or teacher does not have my transcripts, can I post them directly to Yale-NUS?
How will the interviews be conducted? Will it be a group interview or an individual basis? Will it be based on assessments?
I am thinking of applying for admission in 2017. Should I apply in Round 1 or Round 2?
Is there a magical set of courses, grades, essay topics, and accomplishments that will guarantee admission to Yale-NUS College?
If I apply to Yale-NUS College in Round 1 and am not admitted, may I re-apply in Round 2 in the same year?
I am applying to Yale-NUS by sharing my Yale application with the College. How can I indicate which Yale-NUS Round of Admissions I am applying in?
I am applying to Yale. If I share my Yale application with Yale-NUS College, will my entire application be shared with Yale-NUS or do I still have to send any documents to Yale-NUS?
Can I apply on paper instead of online?
I am not an artist or musician, and I have not engaged in any original research. Am I at a disadvantage for not submitting supplementary materials? Should I submit something else?
How can I inform Yale-NUS College of special circumstances that may have affected my performance in school?
May I apply to enter Yale-NUS College in the semester that commences in January?
The application asks me to supply an email address. How important is this?
Will Yale-NUS College limit the number of students admitted from a given country?
Are admissions officers familiar with the educational system in my country?
What if my school does not use GPAs or class rank?
Will I need to have my school documents translated if they are completed in my native language?
If I have been offered both a place in another double-degree or concurrent degree Law programme (e.g. NUS Law and Public Policy at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy) and the Yale-NUS Double Degree Programme in Law, and I choose to accept Yale-NUS College’s offer, will I have to withdraw from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy?
Does applying to Yale-NUS College mean that I must withdraw from any other school at which I am currently holding an offer of admission?