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Saturday, March 10, 2007

Open House Day for NUS, NTU and SMU.

3 universities in Singapore are having their Open House today (& tomorrow). The National University of Singapore (NUS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Singapore Management University (SMU) are all opening their doors to the public today!

Would be students would be flocking all over the 3 universities for exhibitions, talks, campus tours etc.

NUS, ranked 19th in the world!! has its Open Day website at : http://joinus.sg/openhouse/

NTU, which MBA is one of the best in the region has its Open Day website at : http://www.ntu.edu.sg/life@ntu/

SMU, who advertise very hard on various media all the time have their Open Day website at: http://www.smu.edu.sg/openhouse/



Free Shuttle Service, will be shuttling people all around campus. Even if you are walking around, you won't get lost with signages all over like this.



Wishing those who are visiting all 3 universities a fruitful time. Hope you get to the University of your choice.

5 comments:

sylv said...

haha. i know the guy who made the website. :Dh

Ming_the_Merciless said...

How much is tuition at the colleges?

In NYC, private schools like Columbia, NYU, and Barnard cost US$28,000+/year. Public schools like State University of NY (SUNY) and City University of NY (CUNY) cost about US$5,000/year.

Lavender Lady said...

I also have Ming's question. It is so expensive to receive a good education today.

Keropok Man said...

In NUS,

Arts & Social Sciences, Business, Law:
$19630/year, after grant, $5930/year

Music:
$39350/year, after grant, $7350/year

Computing, Design & Environment, Engineering, Science:
$21630/year, after grant, $5930/year

Medical, Dental:
$81610/year, after grant, $17010/year

Got the above from http://www.nus.edu.sg/oam/doc/prospectus0607.pdf
There is no need to repay the grant. It's a benefit of being the citizen of the country. If you are a permanent resident or international student, you also do not need to pay the grant by working in a Singapore registered company for 3 years after graduation.


In SMU,
Undergrad Law Degree: $9000/year
All other degrees: $7500 (first year), $8300 per year for the rest of the course.

The info can be found: http://www.smu.edu.sg/financial/fees/index.asp



The above is a rough guide, to answer Ming's and Lavender Lady's question.

Jing said...

mm...i wish i could go back to the university oneday!!I like the atmosphere in the campus.

I remembered in China, some famous universites (i.e.Qinghua, Beijing, Fudan) became some tourists' destinations.Once there was a debate about this: should open the door to the public all the days or not.

jing
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