Nanyang Technological University

Health Screening

All students must undergo a health screening prior to admission to determine their medical fitness to pursue the programme of study in the University.

Students can complete the health screening at:

  • any registered physician in Singapore or
  • the campus clinic “Fullerton Healthcare @ NTU”, University Health Service Building

Students who are unable to have the health screening done at the campus clinic may have it done by any registered physician in Singapore. The completed Health Screening Form (MC1) and X-ray report should be submitted personally by hand to the Medical Centre in NTU as reports sent by mail might be lost in the process by 7 July 2017.

For students who intend to complete the health screening at the campus clinic “Fullerton Healthcare @ NTU”

During this period of the health screening, X-ray services are available on site. Female students are advised to come wearing a plain T-shirt (one-color only) with no buttons, logo, emblem or pattern of any kind. This allows the X-ray to be taken without any change of clothes. Otherwise, you may have to purchase and change into a disposable gown for the X-ray examination.

Unless you hear from us to the contrary, you may assume that your medical report is in order.

For Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents

You may book your health screening appointment online. Once you have confirmed your health screening appointment, please print the confirmation letter and present it to the staff at the campus clinic. Returning National Servicemen who have done your health screening in April / May 2017 need not do so again.

Freshmen who have earlier booked your health screening appointment, please click here to check your appointment date.

Female students who are expecting their menstrual period to coincide with the health screening, please book a date that is at least one week after the last day of your period. This is to avoid having to come back a second time to complete the urine test, as an ongoing or recent period will interfere with the results of the urine test.

Changes to your appointment can be made as long as it is done at least 3 days prior to your confirmed health screening appointment. If you wish to change your medical appointment that you have booked earlier, please login using your application number and birth date, please print the confirmation letter and present it to the staff at the campus clinic.

If you are unable to come for your health screening due to unforeseen circumstances or unable to change the appointment online, please call the campus clinic “Fullerton Healthcare @ NTU” directly at 6793 6974 or 6793 6828 for further assistance.

Before coming for the health screening, please print the Health Screening Form (MC1) on the front and reverse sides of one piece of A4 paper only. Complete Part I of the Form and hand it to the campus clinic “Fullerton Healthcare @ NTU” at the time of your health screening. You should do your Chest X-ray only after the physical examination of your health screening.

The health screening fee is S$35 (inclusive of prevailing GST). For students pursuing the double degree programme in Biomedical Sciences and Chinese Medicine, the fee is S$55 (inclusive of prevailing GST) which includes the fee for the compulsory Hepatitis B screening blood test. For students pursuing the LKCMedicine MBBS programme, the fee is S$90 (inclusive of prevailing GST) which includes the fee for the compulsory Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and HIV screening blood tests.

For International Students

All students must undergo a health screening at the Fullerton Healthcare @ NTU prior to admission to the University. You are required by the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) to undergo the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) test and Chest X-ray to exclude Tuberculosis for the issuance of Student's Pass. These tests are to be done in Singapore.

The health screening period is from 24 to 28 July 2017. You may book your appointment online from early June 2017.

The health screening fee is S$50 (inclusive of prevailing GST) for international students which includes the fee for HIV test. For international students pursuing the double degree programme in Biomedical Sciences and Chinese Medicine, the fee is S$60 (inclusive of prevailing GST) which also includes the fee for the compulsory Hepatitis B screening blood test. For international students pursuing the LKCMedicine MBBS programme, the fee is S$90 (inclusive of prevailing GST) which includes the fee for the compulsory Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and HIV screening blood tests.

For students taking Biomedical Sciences and Chinese Medicine Programme

Please bring along this additional form to the campus clinic for the Hepatitis B screening blood test.

For students taking Sport Science and Management Programme

Please bring along this additional form to the campus clinic for the physician to complete at the point of health screening. The completed form has to be retained by the student.

For students taking the LKCMedicine MBBS programme
Please fill up this additional immunisation form - LKCMedicine Immunisation & Additional Screening Form and bring this along to the campus clinic.

Special medical conditions to note:

Hepatitis B - Students with this condition are not eligible for the double degree programme in Biomedical Sciences and Chinese Medicine from the School of Biological Sciences.

Partial Colour Blindness - Students are eligible for engineering programmes only when they are able to correctly identify red and green wires. Students are however, not eligible for the double degree programme in Biomedical Sciences & Chinese Medicine when they are colour blind, whether complete or partial, and regardless of whether they can correctly identify red and green.

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