The foundation of good academic work is honesty. Maintaining academic integrity upholds the standards of the University. The responsibility for maintaining integrity in all the activities of the academic community lies with the students as well as the faculty and the University. Academic dishonesty affects the University’s reputation and devalues the degrees offered.
Course Registration Instructions
Students may find the general registration schedule for their course registration here. Students are reminded to check their personalised course registration timing specifically set for them in StudentLink.
Students are highly encouraged to apply for GEM Explorer during Round 1 of the application period to stand a higher chance to secure your preferred exchange destination/university. Students may also apply for The Professor Eddie Kuo Scholarship, which will open in February every year for application.
Final-Year Project (FYP) provides students with the opportunity to showcase the abilities and talents acquired during their time at WKWSCI. Find the base pre-requisites for FYP and the different specialisation tracks (Broadcast, Research, Campaigns, Journalism) here.
WKWSCI students complete a 22-week professional internship that aims to extend their knowledge beyond the academic curriculum. Find out the eligibility criteria, application procedure and schedule here.
Students are required to register/re-register their calculators with the School for examinations, if there is a change of calculators or the seal on a previously registered calculator is broken. Find the list here.
Second Major and Minors in CS
Thinking of taking a second major or minor in Communication Studies? Find out the academic requirements and approved courses here.
This Critical Inquiry (CI) course provides students with an overview of how to design and conduct a simple research study (project) for practical application on selected topics in the areas of information services, systems, and knowledge management. It covers study design and the preparation of proposals and manuscripts.
The Dissertation component of the Master by Coursework degrees provides you with the opportunity to tackle a difficult problem and demonstrate an advanced grasp of difficult concepts and a good understanding of the issues associated with the project domain. The dissertation project is 6 AUs which is equivalent to two courses.
Non-Exchange/Non-Graduating (Post-Graduate Programme)
Overseas postgraduate students who wish to gain insights into NTU and build cross-cultural understanding are welcome to engage in research projects with faculty at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information (WKWSCI).
Find information about our non-graduating programmes here.