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Asunto:[CeHuNews] 278/03 - Studying in Singapore
Fecha:Miercoles, 26 de Noviembre, 2003  00:37:30 (-0300)
Autor:Humboldt <humboldt>

CeHuNews 278/03
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National University of Singapore

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

The Pursuit of Academic Excellence

in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, NUS, invites applications for admission to full-time and part-time graduate research-based and coursework-based programmes to begin in July/August 2004, Semester I, Academic Year 2004-2005.



Research-Based Programmes


Masters and doctoral programmes are available in all disciplines in Arts and Social Sciences.  For a listing of the Faculty’s Departments and Programmes, please visit the following website:


The research degree provides in-depth training in a particular subject area through lectures, seminars and independent study-culminating in the preparation of a research thesis.  A supervisor or supervisors will be appointed for each candidate. Please visit the individual Department/Programme websites via the above URL for the current research interests of faculty members.


The Faculty awards, on a competitive basis, attractive bond-free Research Scholarships which provide full-time Masters and doctoral research candidates with a monthly stipend and a full tuition fee subsidy. Outstanding candidates may also compete for the prestigious NUS President’s Graduate Fellowships. Part-time tutorships, research assistantships, and other opportunities may also be available.



Coursework-Based Programmes


Coursework-based programmes offer a comprehensive curriculum for advanced studies in a specific academic area. The following coursework programmes are now open for applications:


·         Master of Arts (Chinese Studies)

·         Master of Arts (Language Studies)

·         Master of Arts (Literary Studies)

·         Master of Arts (Southeast Asian Studies)

·         Master of Social Sciences (Applied Economics)

·         Master of Social Sciences (Applied Sociology)

·         Master of Social Sciences (Economics)

·         Master of Social Sciences (International Studies)

·         Master of Social Sciences (Social Work)

·         Graduate Diploma in Social Work


A limited number of the NUS Graduate Scholarship for ASEAN Nationals is available for eligible citizens or permanent residents of member countries of ASEAN except Singapore. This scholarship is applicable to full-time Masters coursework programmes {except Master of Social Sciences (Applied Economics)}. Further details can be found at:



Application Procedure


Research-based application materials can be downloaded from


Coursework-based application materials (which include the application form and information on the programmes) can be downloaded from



For application materials to be forwarded to you by post, please send a self-addressed A4-size envelope (with the name of the programme indicated at the bottom left-hand corner) to:


Division of Research and Graduate Studies

Dean’s Office, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

National University of Singapore

The Shaw Foundation Building

Block AS7, Level 6, 5 Arts Link

Singapore 117570

(Attention: Either “Coursework Administrator” or “Research Administrator”)



Closing Dates

The closing dates for receipt of applications are:

·         30 November 2003 (for research-based programmes)

·         15 January 2004 (for coursework-based programmes)