M.Sc.(SCM) Programme Fees

 

Academic Year 2019/2020

*The tuition fees listed below are only applicable to new students admitted in AY2019/2020 and do not include travel, accommodation and living expenses in Singapore. Tuition fees are reviewed yearly and thus, subjected to revisions.

 

 

 

Tuition Fees (Per Semester)

Subsidised fees^ (Singapore Citizens)

Subsidised fees^ (Singapore Permanent Residents)

International Students With 3-year Service Obligation#  

Full Fees*

Full-time students

SGD 4,750 

SGD 7,575 

SGD 11,525

SGD 18,475  

Part-time students

SGD 2,375 

SGD 3,800 

SGD 5,775

SGD 9,250 


NOTE:
– All fees shown here are in Singapore dollars.
– For students who are Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents, the tuition fees are subsidised by the Singapore government through MOE and are exclusive of the prevailing GST. The applicable GST is subsidised by MOE for these.
– The prevailing GST (currently 7%) on the tuition fees payable will be borne by international. In other words, the tuition fees that international students pay are inclusive of the prevailing GST.
– Non-subsidised fees are payable for MSc students who exceed normal/ maximum candidature (Refer to section below on Subsidised Tuition fees^)
–Tuition fees for MSc coursework students admitted in AY2019/2020 intake will be increased by 1% per year respectively, for the remaining course duration. For the latest fees please refer to Registrar’s Office website here

 

Subsidised Tuition Fees ^

Students do not need to apply for the subsidised fee as long as they have met the eligibility requirements.

Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents who have never enjoyed any MOE/government subsidy in the graduate programme of study at Master’s or PhD level in Singapore can enjoy subsidised tuition fees.

  • Students admitted from August 2019 intake onwards:
    Students can enjoy subsidised  tuition fees within their normal course duration.  This is defined as 3 semesters of full-time study or 5 semesters of part-time study. Students who exceed this normal course duration of study, in other words, full-time study in the 4th semester or part-time study from the 6th semester, will not receive any MOE subsidy, hence students will pay non-subsidised tuition fees. Students who are re-admitted into NUS or were from NTU, SMU, SUTD, SUSS and SIT, will be eligible for the MOE subsidy up to the normal course duration in their new programme of study, less the number of semesters of government subsidy/scholarship previously received for their incomplete course(s). Non-subsidised fees apply thereafter.

  • Students admitted prior to August 2019 intake:
    Students can enjoy subsidised  tuition fees within their maximum candidature duration.  This is defined as 4 semesters for full-time study and 8 semesters of part-time study.Students who are re-admitted into NUS or were from NTU, SMU, SUTD, SUSS and SIT, will be eligible for the MOE subsidy up to the maximum candidature duration in their new programme of study, less the number of semesters of government subsidy/scholarship previously received for their incomplete course(s). Non-subsidised fees apply thereafter.

 

International students with Service Obligation Scheme #

International candidates may apply for the Service Obligation with MOE in exchange for reduced tuition fees. This is on condition that they have not previously enjoyed MOE subsidy in another graduate programme (other conditions may apply). For further information, please refer to the Service Obligation Scheme website.

Special Note: From Academic Year 2020 onwards, this programme will no longer be eligible for the Service Obligation Scheme, as such all international students will have to pay Full Tuition Fees.

 

Full Tuition Fees *

Candidates who have previously enjoyed subsidy/sponsorship by MOE and/or any Singapore government agency (such as scholarships offered by the Ministries, Public Service Commission and Statutory Boards) in a graduate programme (either Master’s or PhD degree) will not be eligible for MOE subsidy in another graduate programme at the same or lower level. For example, students who have previously enjoyed government subsidy/scholarship in a Master’s programme and have attained the Master’s degree will not be eligible for MOE subsidy in another programme at Master’s or lower level. Instead, such students shall pay Full Tuition Fees.

International candidates who do not sign the Service Obligation Agreement with MOE shall pay Full Tuition Fees. Students paying non-subsidised tuition fees are also not eligible to apply for the Tuition Fee Loan Scheme.

 

Miscellaneous Student Fees

All students reading modules at NUS are also required to pay miscellaneous student fees, please refer to the table below.

Miscellaneous Student Fees (per semester)

Full-time

Part-time

Student Services Fee (SSF)

S$ 182.60

S$ 132.90

Health Service Fee (HSF)

S$ 68.35

NA

 

Fees are reviewed annually. For the latest Miscellaneous student fees, please refer Registrar’s Office website here