• Common Curriculum

    At the heart of every student’s education is a program of coursework known as the Common Curriculum. Centered on the most fundamental questions in the liberal arts and science, it will offer students some understanding of the natural world, human psyche and social life, literature, the arts and history, and philosophical and mathematical thought.

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  • Majors

    Each major provides systematic training in a specific academic discipline or interdisciplinary area, and is designed to give students ample scope and flexibility to explore their interest in a chosen area of knowledge, while providing direction and depth to their studies.

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Our Faculty

  • Steven Lynn Bernasek

    Science (Chemisty)

    Professor Bernasek is an experimental physical chemist, interested in the mechanisms and dynamics of chemical reactions which occur at solid surfaces and interfaces.

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  • Rajeev S Patke

    Humanities (Literature in English)

    Professor Patke brings a firm commitment to the introduction of a liberal arts curriculum to Southeast Asia, and a keen interest in an integrated approach to the arts as part of the overall experience of a liberal arts education for the 21st century.

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  • Jane M Jacobs

    Social Sciences (Urban Studies)

    Professor Jacobs has developed innovative pedagogies for field and classroom based urban studies, which include comparative thinking, multi-disciplinary approaches, and community-linked, research-based learning.

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  • August 2, 2016
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  • 2 August 2016: Student wins Japanese Speech Con...
  • By Daryl Yang | Image provided by Japanese Speech Contest 2016 at The Japanese Association, Singapore Evan (centre) received the top prize at the 2016 Japanese Speech Contest  “...

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  • July 26, 2016
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  • 26 July 2016: Yale-NUS College receives prestig...
  • By Clare Isabel Ee | Images by Weave for Yale-NUS College Yale-NUS College’s campus has been awarded the prestigious International Architecture Award 2016, as recognised by The ...

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  • July 22, 2016
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  • 22 July 2016: Two Yale-NUS students study Sansk...
  • Written by Diyanah Kamarudin | Image by Derek Wolter The language is ancient and not many people use it. Despite its perceived obscurity, Josh Ragbir and Sherice Ngaserin (Class...

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  • July 19, 2016
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  • 19 July 2016: At the Yale-NUS Cycling Club, stu...
  • Written by Diyanah Kamarudin | Image by Nicolas Wong Peter Lewis (Class of 2018) cycling at Marina Bay Sands Michael Moore Jones (Class of 2017) first stumbled into his love for...

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  • July 15, 2016
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  • 15 July 2016: Two Yale-NUS students spend their...
  • By Daryl Yang | Images as credited  Two Yale-NUS students were selected to participate in the research projects of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) faculty members as...

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  • July 12, 2016
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  • 12 July 2016: Using theatre for social engagement
  • By Daryl Yang | Image provided by The Pond Photography Chng Yi Kai (Class of 2018; bottom, extreme right) has been working with local theatre production company Drama Box While ...

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14 January 2016 (Thursday), 6.30-7.50pm
Mark Tushnet – Social Movements and the U.S. Constitution
Performance Hall, Yale-NUS College
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12 January 2016 (Tuesday), 6.30-7.50pm
William Deresiewicz – The Purpose of Liberal Arts
Performance Hall, Yale-NUS College
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20 November 2015 (Friday), 6.30-8.00pm
Daniel Bell & Philip Pettit – A Debate on “How Much Democracy? How Much Meritocracy?”
Performance Hall, Yale-NUS College
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