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 and appointment must be made in advance. Walk-ins without appointment may not be entertained as we need to observe to the prevailing social distancing guidelines from the government. 

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 7August 2020.

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

More information on the health screening appointment booking will be available at a later date.

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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