Summer School Exchange: National University of Singapore (NUS) FASStrack Asia

A top 10 global university centred in Asia, the National University of Singapore (NUS) is Singapore’s flagship university, which offers a global approach to education and research, with a focus on Asian perspectives and expertise. NUS has 17 faculties and schools across three campuses.

NUS’s Faculty of Arts and Science is offering the FASStrack Asia Summer School in July this summer.  Over three immersive weeks, participants will attend in-person classes, engage in dynamic discussions, and learn from leading academic experts.  FASStrack Asia offers a perfect blend of courses and local field trips to ensure a holistic summer experience.

Course Equivalency: 4 NUS credits (1 course) = 0.5 UofT transfer credit

Available courses are in Communications, Economics, Geography, Global Studies, History, Psychology, Sociology, and Southeast Asian Studies.  Exchange students may take 1 course.

Exchange Application: To participate in this program as an exchange student, you must apply to CIE Learning Abroad by February 14, 2024 and be selected as a nominee.  Under the “Study Plan” section of your exchange application, please clearly indicate FASStrack Asia Summer School and the course(s) you are interested in taking.

Housing: On-campus housing is optional but is recommended by NUS.


Country(ies): Singapore
City: Singapore
Institution: University


Accepting Applications: No
Timeline: Summer (July 1 to July 19, 2024)
Run By: CIE
For Credit: Yes

Deadlines: Summer Deadline: February 14, 2024


Language of Study: English
Level of Study: Undergrad
Subjects Available at Host: Arts and Science
Program Type: Study
Tuition & Incidentals: Paid to UofT
Program Fees: Application Fee & Mandatory Miscellaneous Fees to be paid to NUS. Housing fee to be paid to NUS if applying for on-campus housing.
Funding: IE Award


Schools/Faculties: All
Requirements: Minimum CGPA: 3.0
Notes: Application to this program is open to all students, but courses offered are in the Arts & Science (undergraduate).