NTU Class of 2020 (Graduate Certificate & ​​​​MiniMasters™)

PaCE@NTU has collaborated with NTU schools and NIE to package MiniMasters​™ in key growth sectors aimed at supporting all NTU/NIE Underg​raduate Class of 2020 to access more opportunities across job sectors. This is in recognition that with the uncertain economic outlook, some fresh graduates may want to​ continue their learn​ing and pick up additional skills to complement the competencies acquired in their undergraduate years​.

Through these ​Continuing Education and Training (CET) courses, Class of 2020 Graduate can also diversify their skills even if they are ​unrelate​d to their disciplines by building industry-relevant skills to better equip themselves for the workforce with additional qualification certificates.

*Only the first 4 CET courses with SSG funding are fully covered by NTU.


Class of 2020 Graduate may also sign up for any MiniMasters​™ listed below ​as a package with all fees and expenses covered by NTU Singapore (subject to participants meeting SSG's funding criteria​ and available Alumni Course Credits​). Each package takes about 3 to 6 months to complete.

F​or more enquiries, please email to pace@ntu.edu.sg.

1MiniMasters™ in Professional Development: Writing, Research, and Practical Ethics in the Information Age
2MiniMasters™ in Publishing
3MiniMasters™ in Translation and BilingualismSoH
4​​MiniMasters™ in Health and Ageing
​5MiniMasters™ in Social Sciences

Micro-credentials Pathway to MiniMasters™

Micro-credentials Pathway to MiniMasters

While formal recognition of postgraduate education in the form of a Master’s or PhD degree may appeal to some, the majority of working adults may prefer learning through standalone courses. These courses can be taken from NTU Postgraduate (PG) Degree Programmes. Upon successful completion of each course, learners will earn a Statement of Accomplishment, which can be used to stack towards a Graduate Certificate (total 9AUs minimally) and an NTU MiniMasters™ (total 15AUs minimally). Credits earned in these courses may be recognised in its relevant Master’s programme, subject to prevailing University’s guidelines and approval. In addition, learners who wish to transfer their course credits into its relevant Master’s programme must ensure their credits meet the current University’s credit transfer policy as follows: 

  • ​The grade obtained for the course must be at least a C+.
  • The validity period for exemption/ credit transfer of a course is 5 years from the date of award of the course as reflected in the official result slip/transcript.
  • The course must not have been used for exemption/ credit transfer into another programme.