Outgoing Exchange Students


The opportunity to live and study in another country while earning unit towards your NUS degree is an amazing and exciting one. Priority for the Student Exchange Programme (SEP) will be given to those who show that they can be good ambassadors for NUS.

How does SEP work?

SEP works on a reciprocal basis. Bilateral agreements are signed between NUS and its partner universities to support the exchange of students every year. The objective of the Student Exchange Agreements is to achieve a balance in the exchange numbers during the effective term of the agreement.

Outgoing exchangers have to be nominated by NUS to study at an NUS’ partner university. Students have to remain both enrolled at NUS and at their host university for the full duration of their exchange. NUS students continue to pay tuition fees to NUS while the tuition fees at the host university is waived.

Why go on SEP?

The experiences you acquire during your overseas studies will be valuable to your future employers and you will develop other life skills which makes SEP all the more rewarding.

Experience an adventure

Here is your chance to trek through the Grand Canyon, look out from the top of the Eiffel Tower, or set foot on the Taj Mahal. You will make memories that last a lifetime as you see new places and experience cultures you might have only read about.

Spark your curiosity

Get a fresh perspective on the subjects you study. Learn an American's perspective on world politics or a German's insights into molecular biology. SEP provides the opportunity for you to study with students from top universities around the world.

Develop valuable language skills

There is no better way to learn a language than by immersing yourself in it every day. Learn how people on the streets use the language and get to know phrases and expressions from beyond the classroom.

Strengthen your resume

SEP gives you the skills your future employers desire such as versatility, maturity, confidence, independence, and the ability to work with people of different cultures.

Create a new and improved you

Make lifelong friends, experience a new culture and get out of the same old routine. SEP is what you should embark on, and many make it the time of their lives.

NUS Student Experiences on SEP

Excited to learn about the SEP experiences from the returning exchangers? Here's your chance. Read their accounts of life abroad and be inspired by their overseas experience!

Additional Information:

Before Exchange

A decision to go on SEP requires careful research and planning and should not be taken lightly. Before you decide to apply for SEP, there are some important areas of considerations:

Step 1: Check Eligibility

For NUS undergraduate students, the minimum criteria to be eligible for the NUS Student Exchange Programme (SEP) application are:

  • be enrolled at the National University of Singapore (NUS) as a full-time student;
  • have completed at least two semesters of study before embarking on the exchange programme;
  • have a sound academic record, i.e. minimum GPA of 3.0, and should not have any grade below grade ‘C’ (grade point of 2.0) in any course;
  • have sufficient financial means to cover the necessary expenses for the duration of the SEP;
  • obtain the Faculty’s approval for the SEP;
  • satisfy partner institution and host country entry requirements;
  • check with the issuer of any scholarship he or she is receiving to ensure there are no restrictions involving overseas study (e.g. Ministry of Foreign Affairs or Ministry of Education); and
  • have a clean disciplinary record and be a strong ambassador for NUS and Singapore.

These are the minimum requirements and as each faculty does its own selection for SEP there may be additional requirements. Students should check with their home faculty for full SEP eligibility requirements.

The following categories of students are not eligible for overseas SEP:

  • students in their final semester of their degree; or
  • students scheduled for final year projects, internships or industrial attachments.

Should I go on SEP?

SEP is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience a different academic environment and to see the world. It also offers opportunity for personal and professional growth. However, SEP is not for everyone. Students should consider their personality, maturity and adaptability. To participate in SEP, one must desire to interact and learn from foreign cultures, be flexible and take things in your stride when the going gets tough. Students on SEP must fulfil the role of an ambassador of NUS and Singapore.

Step 2: Select host universities / host destinations

NUS has existing SEP partnerships with top universities globally. The complete list of SEP partner universities is available in GRO Essential Guide to International Programmes. University-wide exchange partner universities are typically open to accepting students from more than one NUS Faculty/School; Faculty-level partner universities are open to accepting NUS students of specific Faculty/School.

Students can consult their home faculty/School for partner universities relevant to their NUS study programmes. When choosing SEP host university/host country, student should consider the cost of living at the host country or city and the course offering at the partner university.

Step 3: Preliminary Study Plan

SEP is designed so that NUS students can go on exchange for a semester or two and take courses for units that transfer back to his/her NUS degree programme. The courses that students read while on SEP is a decision jointly made by the student and Faculty SEP Coordinator through “mapping” courses at the partner university to similar courses at NUS for unit transfer.

Most universities have their course catalogue online, or even a special list of courses available only for incoming exchange students. Use these lists to identify courses suitable to fulfil your NUS course requirements, paying special attention to any restrictions, unit limits and course prerequisites. Students are strongly recommended to save up free electives for his/her SEP semester to allow flexibility in their course selection at the partner university.

Students should work closely with his/her Faculty/Department SEP Coordinators when determining which courses to take while on SEP to ensure sufficient units can be transferred back to NUS after the exchange semester. All questions about course mapping and unit transfer should be directed to the Faculty/Department SEP Coordinators.

When thinking about going on SEP, students should consider the following questions:

  • Will my degree programme allow me to go on SEP? (Some more intensive programmes do not)
  • Do I have enough units earned to allow me to be flexible with the courses I take on SEP?
  • If I do not get a certain course at the partner university, will I still be able to go on SEP?
  • Are the courses I want to take offered at the university I want to go on SEP to? Is SEP at that university open to my faculty?
  • If I am learning in a foreign language will that affect my quality of learning?
  • Do the courses I want to take map back to NUS courses?
  • How many units are the courses I want to take? How does my faculty transfer units?
  • Does the university I want to attend have a maximum number of units per semester? Will this affect my mapping?

Step 4: Initial Budget Plan

Students only need to pay the normal NUS tuition fees during their SEP overseas. They are not required to pay any tuition fees at the partner university.

However, you are responsible for the other costs involved with going on SEP, including but not limited to:

  • Round-trip airfare
  • Visa fees
  • Food
  • Accommodation
  • Daily transport
  • Books
  • Miscellaneous student fees at the partner university
  • Insurance (in some countries it is required to purchase the insurance of the host country)
  • Miscellaneous expenses such as travel, clothes, entertainment

Students must be responsible to ensure that they have the financial means to support their living cost during their SEP overseas and some countries require proof of adequate finances upon entry. The cost of living varies from country to country and among different cities in the same country. Students should research the SEP destination’s cost of living beginning with the estimate guide on the Where can I go? section of the site and then make realistic and sensible choices of partner universities they can afford to go to.

Students should also explore financial aid options offered by NUS and other local organisations to assist in covering the cost of their SEP. Please see the Financial aid section for more information on awards and scholarships and loans for SEP.

Step 5: Language Requirements

The SEP gives students the opportunity to study in an English-medium or foreign language university. If you intend to study in a university whose language of instruction is not English, we recommend you have a strong background in the language before going on SEP. Some partner universities may have a minimum language requirement to attend and students should be aware of this and prepare accordingly. Other partner universities may teach in English but have a different local language and we recommend students still study the language before going on SEP in order to integrate into daily life in the new country, as knowing some local phrases can greatly improve one’s experience in foreign countries.

Language courses are available through the NUS Center for Language Studies and through organisations like Alliance Francaise or the Italian Cultural Institute in Singapore. If you are thinking about SEP to China, there are two courses offered by CLS and the Department of Chinese Studies, one in science and technology (LAC3203) and the other in business and industry (CH2271) that are tailored to enhance your Chinese proficiency.

Freshmen without prior knowledge of French, German or Korean and would like to go on SEP to Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Korea or Switzerland are strongly encouraged to apply for the Language Preparation Program (LPP).

Step 6: SEP Application

Students who have :

  • confirmed he/she is eligible to apply for SEP;
  • researched and found suitable courses to read from at his/her top five SEP partner university choices; and
  • adequate funds to cover the cost of SEP

are ready to begin the SEP application procedure.

NUS students apply for SEP through the Education Records System (EduRec) , under Global Education - External Study Application.

Each faculty has different application periods for its students to apply through the system. In general, the application system is open from late August to June for SEP application in the following academic year, either in Semester 1, Semester 2 or for Full Year exchange. Students should consult the SEP Administrators at their home faculty for the application dates and details or check their email for notices from their home faculty. Kindly note that late applications will not be accepted.

The SEP application periods for AY2024/25 are indicated in the table below.

Faculty Round *Application Period
BIZ 1 Early November to Early December 2023
BIZ 2 Mid May to Mid June 2024
FASS / CHS 1 End August to Early September 2023
FASS / CHS 2 Mid January to End January 2024
CDE 1 Early October to End October 2023
CDE 2 Late January to February 2024
CDE - DOA / DBE  1 Late August to September 2023
CDE - DOA / DBE / DID 2 Late November to December 2023
1 End August to Early September 2023
FoS / CHS 2 March 2024
LAW 1 20 October to 8 December 2023
SoC / CEG 1 21 August to  24 September 2023
SoC / CEG 2 29 April to 24 May 2024
NUSC 1 23 October to 12 November 2023
NUSC 2 22 January to 4 February 2024


** Information accurate as at 1 August 2023. Please note that the application periods are subject to change.

You will undergo a selection process by your faculty and will be notified if you are given an offer for SEP.

Step 7: Accept SEP Offer

Students’ home faculty will review the SEP applications and manage the SEP selection processes. Students selected for SEP will be notified (by email) of an SEP ‘internal offer’ by the home faculty and be given approximately a week to decide whether or not to accept the offer. Offers not accepted will be rescinded and given to another student on the waiting list. Students are advised to think carefully before accepting the internal offer, since there is a considerable monetary penalty for withdrawing from SEP after accepting the internal offer. Withdrawing from SEP after accepting the internal offer will also prevent another student from utilising the SEP place resulting in an unused SEP place.

Students are reminded to update mailing address and contact details at Education Records System (EduRec) as student may be contacted via phone (if required) on SEP application matters. In addition, the SEP certification letter will be mailed to student as per mailing address in Education Records System (EduRec) after the acceptance of SEP internal offer. Students may require to submit the SEP certification letter when applying for student’s visa.

Step 8: Financial Aid

Students may start sourcing for financial support after accepting the internal offer for SEP. However, please note that SEP is not confirmed until students have applied and are accepted by the host university.

The Financial Aid page provides a list of NUS and external awards for outgoing exchange students, as well as loan options. Students are also encouraged to check with home Faculty on faculty-specific scholarships which supports SEP. Students who are existing scholarship recipient may check if the existing scholarship includes support or provision for SEP.

Additional Information:

Preparing For Exchange

Preparing for a semester or year abroad on exchange can be extremely exciting but also overwhelming, as for many students it will be their first time away from home. This experience should be treated like an adventure where anything can happen, but with plenty of preparation and patience, everything should turn out well.

Going on exchange gives students the ability to become independent and the first step is for students to do their own research on their destination. The potential of an experience overseas will be maximised when students’ expectations are well managed through research. To allow for the best SEP experience possible, NUS students going out on exchange should read all of the pages in this section for Outgoing Exchange Students and should research their partner university and host country’s websites for instructions, as well as review their faculty’s SEP website and attend all briefings offered by their department, faculty or by the GRO.

Step 1: Application to Host University

Once you’ve accepted the internal offer you will be prompted by your faculty to prepare your application to the partner university. Your faculty will share with you a link which contains the partner university’s fact sheet and useful information regarding application with the partner university or you can also refer to the partner university’s website for incoming exchange students for the application process.

Most partner universities have their applications online while some universities have hardcopy application forms that need to be submitted. Official transcripts are normally required as part of application and students are responsible for acquiring their own transcripts for application to the Partner University unless informed otherwise. You may request for your official transcript here. If a Partner University requires submission of hardcopy documents for application, please submit your official academic transcript along with the other supporting documents to your Faculty SEP administrator.

Different partner universities have different application procedures and deadlines so students will have to follow the respective procedure and date to submit their documents to their faculties.Please submit your application materials by the deadline or risk a delay in receiving your offer letter and possibly a delay in arriving at your SEP location.

Once your exchange application is submitted to the partner university, you may not hear anything from the partner university until two months before the start of the partner university’s semester. If you haven’t hear anything from the partner university two months before the start of the partner university's semester date, please contact your Faculty SEP Administrators or Contact Us.

Step 2: Prepare for SEP

While waiting for the acceptance from the host university, you may start preparing for your SEP by finding out more about your exchange destination and knowing what to do next.

Please also ensure to:

  • Check the visa requirements for your host destination and get the supporting documents ready;
  • Research on your travel arrangement (including flight options to your host destination, local transport, accommodation etc.);
  • Once you received the acceptance package from your host university, read through the document carefully and follow the instructions on the things to do. It is your responsibility to complete all necessary procedures and meet the deadlines;
  • Apply early for your visa or once you have received your acceptance as the visa processing time may take a few months. Do not make any financial commitments until your visa is approved;
  • Apply for accommodation at your host university. Most universities will provide information on how to apply for accommodation either at the point of initial application or upon acceptance. Read your acceptance packages carefully for instructions or refer to the partner university website. The accommodation for exchange students may be assigned based on first come first serve basis. Submit your housing application earlier to stand a better chance of securing a room;
  • Read the Pre-Departure Guide for information about the things to prepare before you go, what you need to do upon arrival, settling in (cultural adjustment, safety matters) and preparing for home.
  • Attend the Pre-Departure Briefing conducted by NUS Global (Apr/May for Sem 1/Full Year SEP; Nov/Dec for Sem 2 SEP), as well as any held by your faculty or department and take the opportunity to network with other outgoing exchangers and meet with the SEP returnees. Invitations will be sent via email;
  • Download the International SOS App (refer to slides on how to download and use the International SOS App here). NUS has engaged International SOS to manage the travel and security risks for all students and staff on NUS-endorsed programmes/trips;
  • Complete the Overseas Travel Preparedness (OTP) course by deadline. Instructions will be sent via email.

Additional Information:

Frequently Asked Questions

Before SEP

Am I eligible for SEP? What are the minimum criteria for SEP eligibility?
For NUS undergraduate students, the minimum criteria to be eligible for the NUS Student Exchange Programme (SEP) application are:
  1. be enrolled at the National University of Singapore (NUS) as a full-time student;
  2. have completed at least two semesters of study before embarking on the exchange programme;
  3. have a minimum GPA of 3.0, and should not have any grade below grade ‘C’ in any course;
  4. have sufficient financial means to cover the necessary expenses for the duration of the SEP;
  5. obtain your faculty’s approval for the SEP;
  6. satisfy partner institution and host country entry requirements;
  7. ensure that there are no restrictions involving overseas study if you are holding a scholarship; and
  8. have a clean disciplinary record and be a strong ambassador for NUS and Singapore.

These are the minimum requirements and as each faculty does its own selection for SEP, there may be additional requirements. Please check with your home faculty for full SEP eligibility requirements.

Students who are in their final semester of their degree, scheduled for final year projects, internships, or industrial attachments, or are studying post-graduate degrees at NUS are not eligible for the undergraduate student exchange programme at NUS.

Applying for SEP

When can I apply for SEP?
You can apply for SEP in Year 1 Sem 2, up to Year 3 Sem 1. Students typically apply at least 1 year or 1.5 years before their actual SEP period.

The SEP application periods for the different faculties can be found here, under "Before Exchange > Step 6: SEP Application". Alternatively, you can refer to your faculty’s website, or keep a lookout for emails from your faculty regarding the SEP application window. This is subject to change every semester.

Which websites can I refer to when applying for SEP?
The following SEP webpages may be helpful when applying for SEP:
How is the application process like? Are there interviews?

There is an internal application process where NUS places students at SEP partner universities. After which, you will have to complete an application at the partner university, before you will receive a formal acceptance by the partner university.

This is the process of applying for an SEP:
  1. Do basic research
    1. Ensure that you are eligible for SEP
    2. Shortlist 5 suitable universities for application
  2. Make sure that you have sufficient funding sources
  3. Apply via EduRec when your faculty’s application window is open
  4. Attend interviews if requested - not all faculties conduct interviews
  5. If successful, your faculty will make you an internal offer for the partner university.
  6. Accepted the internal offer
  7. Apply on the partner university’s website for admission
  8. Receive the partner university’s offer for exchange

How important is GPA in being placed for SEP?

GPA is important; most faculties use that as an indication that you will be able to survive, if not thrive, in an overseas academic environment.

How do I improve my chances of being placed for SEP?
Some universities typically have more applicants than others, such as those which are more popular or highly ranked. The chances of getting an SEP spot at these popular partner universities will be relatively low if one only meets the minimum eligibility criteria at these universities.

You can consider diversifying to increase your chances; look at the list of partner universities thoroughly to identify universities which you can thrive in, including less popular universities that you are open to. Some faculties allow students to rank their SEP choices, while others do not. If ranking is allowed, please rank your top choices first.

What is the difference between a faculty-level, department-level, and university-level exchange?
Very simply, these terms explain the level of partnership the partner university has with NUS.

For the purpose of selecting an exchange university, you should only pick from universities that you have access to. E.g. a Geography major will be able to select either a university-level, FASS-level, or Geography department-level partner university. He/she would not be able to select a Business-level exchange partner university.

Can I apply for a university which isn’t on the list of partner universities?
In short, no. However, if you strongly wish to go for an exchange at a non-partner university, we recommend that you speak with your faculty/department coordinator for advice.

When do I apply for SEP at the partner university?
You should apply for SEP at the partner university only after NUS has allocated you to that partner university, and after your faculty has informed you to proceed with the partner university’s application.

We advise students not to move ahead of time, as this can cause confusion for all parties involved. Nonetheless, do keep an eye on the broad timeframe of the application to the partner university. Typically, this is completed a few months prior to the start of the exchange semester. If you have not heard anything from the partner university two months before the start of the partner university's semester date, please contact your faculty SEP coordinator or NUS Global.

Official transcripts are normally required as part of the application and your have to acquire your transcript for application to the partner university, unless informed otherwise.

Financial matters

What are some common financial aids students can apply for?
NUS has various financial aids to assist eligible students fund their approved overseas educational programmes. Listed below are financial aids available:
How do I apply for the NUS Awards for Student Abroad (NASA) Exchange Bursary for SEP?

The NASA Exchange Bursaries are available on a needs basis to undergraduate students who are going overseas to participate in the Student Exchange Programme (SEP).

Please note the application window for the NASA Exchange Bursaries:
  • 1 April to 30 June for Semester 1 and Full Year SEP
  • 1 October to 30 November for Semester 2 SEP

Further details can be found here

How do I apply for the Overseas Student Programme (OSP) Loan?
The Overseas Student Programme (OSP) loan is offered to all eligible NUS undergraduate students who are successful applicants of NUS approved overseas programmes. This loan is to help students cover all/partial expenses incurred during the course of their overseas stint.

Please apply at least two months prior to departing for the Overseas Student Programme. Further details can be found here

How do I apply for the Overseas Student Exchange Programme (SEP) Loan?
The Overseas Student Exchange Programme (SEP) Loan is available to outgoing NUS Exchange Students. This loan is administered by the Office of Admissions (OAM). Please visit OAM’s website for more details.

Preparing for SEP

Should I get my visa or secure my flight first?
We generally don’t encourage you to secure your flight before you receive your visa. Instead, here are some tips you can consider:
  1. Start by researching whether you need a visa for your exchange
  2. Find out and start the visa application process for your host country as early as you can
  3. Understand and factor in the expected timeline for getting a visa
  4. Begin tracking flight prices once you have been allocated a partner university
  5. Consider purchasing refundable flight tickets in the event of any exigencies

Should I carry cash while I am overseas for the whole of my semester?

This depends on the country that you are going to and the modes of payment commonly used in your host country. In some countries, digital payment is widely and transactions can be done through digital platforms or apps, which can be linked to Singapore credit cards. Alternatively, you might use credit cards linked to multi-currency accounts. Finally, you might also look into opening a bank account in your host country to avoid foreign currency conversion costs per transaction.

How do I find housing?
The host university will usually let you know of the accommodation options available at your destination once your application has been accepted. In general, you can secure housing by:
  • Applying for on-campus accommodation provided by the partner university
  • Finding NUS seniors who are ending their SEPs who might be able to transfer their leases to you
  • Using private companies’ platforms like Airbnb to find short-term rentals
  • Using school-based Facebook groups, or other platforms, that advertise housing rentals
  • Sourcing for private student dormitories

Is it better to stay in an on-campus accommodation or find off-campus accommodation?

It depends on what you would like out of your overseas experience.
On-campus accommodation Off-campus accommodation
  • Closer to classes
  • Application more straight forward
  • Hassle-free taking over and handing back process
  • Do not have to worry about furnishing room
  • Might be easier to make friends going to same school
  • Tends to be closer to the city centre
  • A wider range of options available
  • Away from school environment
  • Could be cheaper
  • Tends to be further from the city centre
  • Could be expensive
  • Might have a mandatory meal plan
  • Have to exercise more care when renting property
  • Might not come fully furnished

Academics, course mapping and units transfer

Is there a difference between mapping courses and unit transfers?
Yes, mapping courses and doing unit transfers are two separate processes. Mapping courses involves your home faculty or specific department agreeing to the possibility of transferring the units of a course back to NUS. While unit transfer is the act of transferring the course units back to NUS, provided that you have passed the course and completed your exchange. Note that course mapping does not equate to course units transfer, nor does it automatically lead to units transfer.

How do I map courses back to NUS?
You may start mapping your courses after being accepted by the partner university, even before your exchange semester begins.
  1. Shortlist 5-8 courses that you would like to read at the partner university.
  2. Ensure that these courses are offered the semester that you are on exchange, and you meet the prerequisites to enroll in them.
  3. Map these courses in Edurec (Navigate to Edurec > Academics > Global Education > Submit Course mapping section)

You may map more than 5 courses as a back-up, but do not map more than 8 courses. Having 8 courses successfully mapped offers the security that you will be able to eventually transfer units back as long as you enroll in a few (usually 4 or 5) of these 8 mapped courses.

Broadly, you should ensure that the SEP will fit into your study plan and your desired graduation semester. This usually means planning and setting aside some unrestricted courses, or major courses that you might like to take overseas. Unrestricted electives tend to give more flexibility in terms of selecting modules overseas, but it is entirely possible to only map major courses during SEP, if the host university provides ample courses of that major.

Other useful links:
  • Students may wish to refer to the Preliminary Study Plan, to better prepare for course mapping (Navigate to Outgoing Exchangers > Before Exchange > Step 3: Preliminary Study Plan)
  • Students may also wish to refer to SEP reports shared by NUS Global. This includes courses seniors have mapped during their SEP.
  • For some faculties and majors, EduRec also provides a list of previously approved courses. (Navigate to EduRec > Academics > Global Education > Search Course Mapping)

Can I map courses mid-way through my SEP?

It is possible to map courses throughout the SEP. However due to the time difference, it might be stressful to get a response especially if you are pressed for time. If possible, do reach out to the faculty or department on the intended switch and changes to the mapping before making the revision as some departments might not allow retrospective mapping of courses.

How do I transfer units?
After completing your exchange, documents like your transcript have to be sent to your faculty’s exchange office. Course units transfer usually starts after your transcript has been received and usually takes at least a month before approval.

Must I transfer course units for all the courses that I mapped?
No, it is not necessary to transfer units for all the courses that you have mapped.

Is there a limit to the number of courses I can take at the partner university?
You can take as many or as few courses as you want, subject to the partner university’s minimum/maximum course requirements.

Is there a maximum or minimum amount of course units I must transfer back to NUS?
Please speak to your department or faculty for advice on units transfer.

After SEP

What are some other things I should take note of upon return? Nearing the end of your semester and upon return, remember to:
  • Register your courses on ModRec@EduRec for the semester you return to NUS
  • Apply for NUS on-campus housing, if applicable
  • Ensure that your faculty has received your transcript
  • Initiate unit transfer
  • Provide feedback using the SEP Evaluation for Returning Students
  • Share your experience, useful tips, and photographs with future participants by submitting an SEP Report. With your permission, we may feature your photographs in our promotional materials and website
  • Join the Peer Advising Programme to connect with the exchange community at NUS - email grocomms@nus.edu.sg to indicate your interest
  • Stay in touch with the friends you made while on SEP!

Student Testimonials

NUS Students Experiences on SEP

Excited to learn about the experience from returning exchangers? Here's your chance. Read their accounts of life abroad and be inspired to go on an overseas exchange.

Individual Student Testimonials

My time in Tsinghua University has been the most memorable semester. Beijing’s vibrancy inspired me deeply.

My exchange semester at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) has been more than rewarding with a constructive environment to learn, opportunities to encounter numerous firsts while indulging in the beauty of nature that Switzerland provides.

The exchange experience was an enriching one that broaden my horizons, beyond the shores of Singapore.

It was an eye opening experience to study and live in a foreign country which was very different from Singapore.

My exchange experience was very enlightening and it taught me a lot about myself and the world around me.

Looking back on the five months spent at exchange, I really enjoyed this rewarding experience. I was exposed to the authentic German culture as well as the academic atmosphere at the local university.

In addition, you may also join the activities organised by our Peer Advising Leaders to find out more about your preferred exchange destinations.


For enquiries, please contact us via global@nus.edu.sg.