There is no deadline for submitting mapping requests but you should submit in advance and allow at least 2 weeks for processing. Please do not submit at the last minute and then push for the approval stating its urgency.
Do not send duplicate mapping requests.
You should ensure that mapping is approved before you register for the overseas module(s) if credit transfer is imperative; otherwise you might run the risk of not being able to transfer any credits back (if the mapping is not approved).
You do not have to seek approval for modules that you have no intention of transferring the credits back to NUS e.g. read for enrichment purpose only.
All modules taken overseas will be excluded from CAP computation should you wish to transfer the credits back to NUS. Please ensure that you do not violate the maximum number of MCs allowed to be excluded from CAP.
If you wish to map a module to a specific NUS module, do ensure that both modules are similar in content and/or contact hours before submitting a request for mapping approval.
It is possible to map modules which are not available at NUS. A dummy code will be issued by the approving authority for the approved module if there are no similar modules from NUS to be mapped to. PS: The approving authority at NUS may be determined by the equivalent host department (of module) at Partner University.
Please provide an English translation where applicable.
Incomplete application will result in delays in processing.
For students going for Exchange in AY2016/17 (& onwards)
Please login to NUS Integrated Student Information System to submit your module mapping requests, via the Module Mapping worksheet. The navigation path is: Self Service -> External Study -> Module Mapping Worksheet.
For students going for Exchange in AY2015/16 (& prior)
(A) Mapping of CG-coded modules
i) CG2007, CG3207, CG3002 (Refer to ECE SEP site and submit via SEP Study Plan Online Submission System)
ii) CG2271, CG3204L (Refer to part C)
(B) Mapping of modules hosted by Faculty of Engineering (FoE)
(Including EG2401 and HR2002*)
i) EE modules (including mapping a CEG/EE related module to UEM dummy code): Refer to ECE SEP site and submit via SEP Study Plan Online Submission System. [For students on summer programme, please refer to ECE SEP site and use the Summer Programme Module Mapping Form.]
ii) All other modules: Complete the form and email to Ms Sharon Poh (and cc Ms Diana Wong).
(C) Mapping of modules hosted by School of Computing (SoC)
Please check that you have met the respective pre-requisites for the modules that you intend to map over.
Click here to submit your module mapping request(s). Note: Revised process and instructions dated 22 June 2015.
(D) Mapping of modules hosted by Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences (FASS):
Note: All the relevant information (as stipulated via CLS website and on the application form) must be furnished if you intend to map modules from CLS.
Note: Mapping for the following modules from DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS will not be approved:
EC1101E, EC1301, EC2101, EC2102, EC2104, EC2303, EC3101, EC3102, EC3303, EC3304, EC4101, EC4102 & ALL EC4XXX
(E) Mapping of modules hosted by Faculty of Science (FoS):
(F) Mapping of modules hosted by School of Business:
The pre-approved list can be found at Business School website; you do not have to seek approval again for modules on that website.
For mapping to level 2000 and 3000 business modules, please attach your submission with documentary proof to show that you have met the pre-requisites (if any) of these higher level modules. Requests for mapping of modules that do not have their pre-requisites met will not be considered.
Complete the form and email to Ms Diana Wong.
(G) General Education Modules (GEM) or Singapore Studies (SS) modules
SS - Complete the form and submit it to Ms Tan Li Chen (and cc Ms Diana Wong).
(H) Modules hosted by University Scholars Programme (USP)