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Hello!  We are excited that you are thinking about applying to Yale-NUS College.  Putting together a college application can seem like an enormous challenge, and we are here to help you through the process.  Use the links in this section to download and print an application checklist and remember your application deadlines.  You can also check our blog where we will post useful tips and advice on the application process.

As you start your application process, we want to let you know that at Yale-NUS, we carefully read and evaluate every single application that we receive.  We are interested in who you are as a person and what you can bring to the Yale-NUS community.  While academic achievement as reflected in test scores and grades is the first thing we consider, interviews, recommendations, essays and extracurricular accomplishments also matter greatly to us.

We look forward to reading your application and finding out more about you!

  • Merit Based Scholarship

    Application Information

    At Yale-NUS College, we offer three different online application options. Which should you choose? It really does not make a difference to us which application method you use, so go ahead and pick the application method that makes the most sense to your specific situation.

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    Application Checklist

    Get organized! Use this application checklist to help you as you prepare your application to Yale-NUS.

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  • Application Deadlines

    Application Deadlines

    You may apply to Yale-NUS College in any one of the three rounds of admissions. We will admit outstanding individuals in all three rounds and our general advice is that you should apply during the round when you feel your application is as strong as it can be.

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  • DDP Law

    Double Degree Program with Law

    If you are interested in being considered for the Double Degree Program with Law, you will first need to apply separately and gain admission to both the NUS Faculty of Law and Yale-NUS College.

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