Academic Day 2017

Academic Day 2017

Academic Day 2017 is a full day event organised by Academic Liaison Cell of the NUS Students’ Computing Club. It aims to introduce the student life in School of Computing to our incoming freshmen.

The event will include talks and booths on academic essentials as well as extra-curricular programmes etc.

Sign-up link: http://tiny.cc/acadday

Post-Exam Matters

Post-Exam Matters

  1. Exam Results Release

    For School of Computing undergraduates, the examination results will be released on: 29 May 2017 (Mon), 12:00pm
    Kindly refer to the email sent by the Registrar’s Communications on 8 May 2017.
     

    The examination results can be retrieved via these modes:
    – Go to https://myaces.nus.edu.sg/examresultsrelease/ (Login using NUSNET ID and password)
    – NUS Student Information System: (Navigation: Self Service > Student Center > Academics Section – View My Exam Results)Students with outstanding fees will be barred from retrieving their results. Details of fee payment are available here.

    Queries
    For enquiries, kindly send an e-mail to [email protected].

  2. Online Declaration of S/U Option 

    Kindly refer to the email sent by the Registrar’s Communications on 8 May 2017.The detailed information on the S/U option can be accessed via the S/U Homepage.Students admitted in AY2016/2017 are strongly advised to refer here to understand more about the revised S/U policy applicable to their cohort.

Cohort Access to S/U Declaration System S/U Declaration Period
For students admitted in
2014/15 and after
Via the Student Information System
(Navigation: Self Service > Enrolment > S/U Declaration)
29 May 2017 (Mon), 12pm
to
31 May 2017 (Wed), 6pm
For students admitted in
2013/14 and before
Via: https://myaces.nus.edu.sg/passfail/StudentLogin 29 May 2017 (Mon), 1pm
to
31 May 2017 (Wed), 6pm

Any changes to your declaration can be made anytime during the declaration period. The options declared as at 31 May 2017, 6pm will be final & irrevocable.

Students with outstanding fees will be barred from the S/U option declaration exercise. Details of fee payment are available here.

Queries
– For technical issues & general enquiries on S/U policy, kindly email to [email protected].
– To check on academic requirements and module eligibility, kindly consult the respective Faculty administrators (see contact listing here).

  1. Special Term (PART 2), AY 2016/2017 

    Kindly refer to the email sent by the Registrar’s Communications on 12 May 2017.Please refer to http://www.nus.edu.sg/registrar/events/special-term.html for more information on Special Term. For undergraduate students who are interested to read modules during Special Term (Part 2) of Academic Year 2016/2017, please note the following:

Lecture Registration Round 1 29 and 30 May 2017
Lecture Registration Round 2 31 May 2017
Tutorial Registration 1 and 2 June 2017

The lectures and tutorials can be registered through the Special Term Registration System (STRS).

Students with outstanding fees will be barred from logging in to STRS. Thus, students are advised to settle their outstanding fees at least 3 working days before the start of the STRS Module Balloting exercise. Details of fee payment are available here.

Queries
Email: [email protected]
Hotline: (65) 6516 5860
(Please note that the above hotline is used only during the Lecture and Tutorial registration period.)

For enquires relating to Faculty matters, including students in the part-time Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) programme, please contact the Faculty Administrators.

 

Data Science Students Challenge

Data Science Students Challenge

This is a global series of hackathons designed by Microsoft to support the growth and development of the data science community worldwide.

Opportunities are provided for the next generation of data scientists to tackle real world problems with real world data using the latest analytical tools.

Java Confidence Course

Java Confidence Course

Targeted at freshmen and Java amateurs, this workshop aims to familiarise students with the Java programming language and object oriented programming (OOP) concepts in the language.

This workshop also hopes to serve as a stepping stone to their data structure modules.

Mock Practical Exam

Mock Practical Exam

The Mock Practical Exam will smoothen the freshmen’s transition into the programming practical examination environment in NUS, in particular those who have no such prior experiences.

Students will gain confidence in their upcoming practical examinations and they are likely to perform better in these examinations.