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Important things before you start…. Outline of this Presentation. Disbursement of Stipend Educational Allowance Nomination of Research Supervisor Nomination of Thesis Advisory Committee Members Coursework Requirements Module Registration Transfer of credits Undergraduate Teaching

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Outline of this presentation
Outline of this Presentation

  • Disbursement of Stipend

  • Educational Allowance

  • Nomination of Research Supervisor

  • Nomination of Thesis Advisory Committee Members

  • Coursework Requirements

  • Module Registration

  • Transfer of credits

  • Undergraduate Teaching

  • Lab Rotation

  • Leave Matters

  • * Not all apply to AGS students


Disbursement of tipend
Disbursement of $tipend

  • 1st stipend by 31st August

  • Subsequently, 18th of each month

  • To get paid….

    • Update Payment Bank Account and Payment Address via myISIS.

    • Only S’pore address and a/c no.

    • myISIS ≠ IVLE


Educational allowance
Educational Allowance

  • Only starts on 1st Aug

  • Total is S$16,000 over 4 years

  • S$4,000 per financial year (April to March)

  • Book allowance capped at S$500 per financial year

    • Only books related to research area or coursework

    • Shipping and handling charges by online sources e.g. Amazon will NOT be borne by NGS


Educational allowance1
Educational Allowance

  • IT allowance capped at S$3,000 over four years

    • Buy at NUS IT Coop only


Educational allowance2
Educational Allowance

  • IT allowance capped at S$3000 over four years

    • Buy at NUS IT Coop only; No Desktops!


Educational allowance3
Educational Allowance

  • Conference allowance capped at S$4,000 per year

  • Reimbursement only allowed AFTER 1st Aug


Educational allowance4
Educational Allowance

  • Suggestions:

    • Buy IT stuff in 1st year

    • No poster or paper = no overseas conference funding*

    • For any receipts on IT and books  claim by early Feb.

    • Plan properly! E.g. One conference in USA and one in Singapore within a year.

    • *General rule of thumb


Nomination of research supervisor
Nomination of Research Supervisor

  • By the end of 6th month from the candidature start date

  • NGSS students:

    • Main supervisor under the NGS list

    • Co-supervisor  optional

  • AGS students:

    • Main supervisor from NUS or Research Institutes (RI)

  • Please see “lab rotation” later


Nomination of thesis advisory committee
Nomination of Thesis Advisory Committee

  • Formed ≤ 3 months after nominating a supervisor

    • main supervisor plus 2 OR 3 additional members

  • Supervisor ≠ chair of TAC

  • Role of TAC:

    • Helps monitor your progress

    • Meets every sem with you

    • Conducts the Qualifying Exam


Coursework requirements
Coursework requirements

  • Minimum 30 MCs (~8 Modules)

  • Compulsory RCoRSE module (2 MCs)

  • Module list on NGS coursework portal

  • All modules read must be Level 5000 – 6000

  • Levels 1000-4000 modules are undergraduate modules

    • Can only be read as “Audit”


Coursework requirements1
Coursework requirements

  • S/U option

    • For mods outside your major

    • Not counted for CAP

    • Up to 12 MCs

    • Application to be done within the first month of the start of the module

  • Note

    • For NGS students’ PQE

      • ≥16 MCs (4 Mods)

      • ≥3.8 CAP

      • 1st attempt by 18th Month

      • 2nd attempt by 24th Month (if needed)


Cap requirements and policy
CAP Requirements and Policy

  • CAP requirement is ≥3.80

  • Failure to meet requirement each sem:

    • Warning letter;

    • Educational Allowance suspended;

    • Reduction of stipend to faculty level;

    • Termination of Candidature


Module registration
Module Registration

  • Register online before deadline

    • 2nd Aug  online, by 12pm

    • 5th Aug  Cross-Faculty Registration Form


Module registration1
Module Registration

  • 8th Aug

    •  Results released

  • 19th Aug

    •  Drop module deadline

  • 22nd Aug-25th Sept

    •  Drop module with ‘W’ grade

  • 26th Sept

    • Drop module with ‘F’ grade


Module registration2
Module Registration

  • Some suggestions:

    • You can register for up to 4 mods

      • Note : Not all registration will be successful.

    • Try not to read >2 mods in one semester

    • If registration fails

      •  Sit in/crash lectures

    • No access to course materials on IVLE prior to successful registration.

      • Speak to the mod coordinator for help


Transfer of credits
Transfer of credits

  • Case-by-case basis

  • Apply within first 6 months of enrolment

  • Final decision made by NGS


Undergraduate teaching
Undergraduate Teaching

  • Compulsory

  • Minimum 40 hrs

    • At least 20 for practical demonstrating/lecturing/ tutoring

  • Before starting

    •  Application form

  • After

    • Feedback from supervisor and student(s)

    • Hrs clocked form

  • No MCs for teaching

  • Marking hours not counted as teaching hours


Lab rotation
Lab Rotation

  • Highly recommended

  • Chance to try out different labs and projects

  • Different lab working styles

  • Rotation has to last for at least 2 months (2 MCs given)


Holiday leave
Holiday Leave

  • NGSS students:

    • 21 working days

    • No half-day application

    • Unconsumed leave NOT carried forward

    • Apply online

  • AGS students

    • 10 working days

    • No half-day application

    • Unconsumed leave may be carried forward

    • Apply online, only if supervisors are from NUS

    • Otherwise, use hardcopy of Holiday Leave Form


Conference leave
Conference Leave

  • For NGSS students

    • Max 1 day before or 1 day after official conference date

    • Additional days  Holiday leave

  • For AGS students

    • To seek AGA’s approval on conference funding matters

    • To apply conference leave through NGS



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