Matriculation Procedures for Students Admitting in Academic Year 2021-22

​STEP 1:

ACCEPT OFFER OF ADMISSION, RETRIEVE MATRICULATION NUMBER & CHANGE NETWORK ACCOUNT PASSWORD

The matriculation number is a unique student identification number which you will use throughout your study at the University.

STEP 2:

PHOTOGRAPH SUBMISSION, CONFIRMATION OF NAME AND DESIGN FOR MATRICULATION CARD & DECLARATION OF CODES AND CONDUCT AND COMPLIANCES

Please perform the following actions here in the given order within 2 working days after obtaining your matriculation number.

i) Confirm your name (including its sequence) matches the one printed on your NRIC/ passport
    Please proceed to upload an image of your NRIC (for Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents)/
    passport information page (for other nationalities) at the item titled ‘Upload NRIC’ or ‘Provide
    Passport Details’ within 2 working days after obtaining your matriculation number. Otherwise, your 
    matriculation card will not be ready in time and you will only receive your card after the scheduled
    collection period.

ii) Choose your card design:
    The matriculation card has 2 designs for you to choose from, which are winning entries designed and
    voted by students.

iii) Upload a recent passport-sized photograph for your matriculation card:

     The photograph must meet the following requirements:

     •  354 pixels wide by 472 pixels high (or 35 mm wide by 45 mm high) without border and taken within
        the last three months;
     •  taken full face without headgear, unless the applicant habitually wears a headgear in accordance with
        religious or racial customs. The headgear must not hide the applicant's facial features;
     •  the facial image must be between 25 mm and 35 mm from chin to crown;
     •  coloured photograph taken against plain white background with a matt or semi-matt finish; and
     •  the image must not contain any shadow in the background.

iv) Declare that you acknowledge the University’s Code of Conduct, NTU Personal Data Privacy Statement 
     and Consent for Students, and IT Rules for User Accounts.

v) For students admitted to the Medicine programme
    Please submit your acknowledgement of the screening and vaccination requirements stipulated by the 
    Ministry of Health.

STEP 3:

MATRICULATE ONLINE & CHECK CLASS TIMETABLE

•   The matriculation period is from 30 June (Wednesday) to 4 July 2021 (Sunday) (10.00 am to
    10.00 pm).
    If you obtain your matriculation number from 4 July 2021 onwards, please matriculate one working
    day after you have created your IT network account.

•   You can check your class timetable for Semester 1 of Academic Year 2021-22 after matriculation.
    You do not have to register courses on your own and can already proceed to attend your classes,
    unless you receive separate instruction from your School.

    The class timetable shows the courses and the lecture/ tutorial/ laboratory groupings that have
    been registered for you based on careful planning and in line with your curriculum requirements.
    Please therefore remain in your classes. However, if you have an elective course registered for
    you and you would like to change it, or if you opt to add more courses, please consult your
     School’s Registration Advisors first. Click here for the course registration information and guide.

•   PROCEED TO MATRICULATE

STEP 4:

COLLECT  MATRICULATION CARD

The matriculation card identifies you as an NTU student and is used to access campus facilities, book 

sports equipment or borrow books from the libraries. Your matriculation card is also enabled with NETS
Flashpay which means you can use it to make cashless payments at shops within and outside campus, and
when taking public buses and MRT trains.


You will be notified on your matric card collection and venue via your NTU email account, when the card is ready. Please collect your matriculation card in person according to the following schedule:

• Collection Schedule & Venue for Full-time Students

• Collection Schedule & Venue for Part-time Students

For locations of the collection venues, please check the NTU Campus Map.

Bring along your identity card (for Singaporeans, Singapore Permanent Residents or Malaysians) or passport (for International students who are non-Malaysians) for verification during collection.

For students who receive email notification (sent to their NTU email account) to collect their card from  One Stop @ SAC instead of the School, please login and make an online appointment at the  One Stop portal ahead of the visit.

 

ARRANGEMENT FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2021 CLASSES

 

Lessons may be a mix of online and face-to-face learning. Lectures may be conducted on-campus, or online, or a mix of both. Seminars, tutorials and lab work are mostly conducted on campus, unless advised otherwise by the respective Schools/ instructors.  Safe management measures will be observed for on-campus lessons including not more than 50 students for in-person classes, safe distancing, wearing a mask at all times, and TraceTogether-only SafeEntry for check-in and check-out. The mode of lesson is indicated against the course in the registration system. For any clarifications, students may refer to the respective course site in NTULearn or contact the course instructor. As the situation evolves and the teaching week progresses, there may be adjustments made to the mode of lessons. 

The recommended requirements on the devices for online learning and assessments, are as follows:

Device 1 -  Laptop/Desktop Computer:

​•​Processor: Intel i5, 4 cores, 6th generation or higher; AMD Ryzen 5 or higher
​​•​Memory: 8GB RAM
​​​•​Webcam: minimum resolution of 720p
​​•​Microphone
​​•​Speaker/earphone
​​•​Broadband Internet Connection (minimum bandwidth 800 kbps; recommended 1.5Mbps) or Mobile Network (minimum 4G/LTE)  - from hostel or home


Device 2 -  E.g. mobile phone/tablet for Online Assessment Monitoring (if required) 

​​​•​iOS 8.x and higher; iPadOS 13.x and higher;  Android 7.0 or higher
​​​•​Webcam
​​​•​Microphone
​​​•​Speaker/earphone
​​​•​Broadband Internet Connection (minimum bandwidth 600 kbps, recommended 1.2 Mbps) or Mobile Network (minimum 4G/LTE) – from hostel or home