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Admission Requirements & Procedure

BSc (Hons) in Physics and BSc in Applied Physics


Singapore-Cambridge GCE A-Level holders: Applicants should have a H2 Level pass in Physics and Mathematics.

Polytechnic Diploma holders: Applicants should have a relevant diploma. Click here for an interactive database.

International Baccalaureate Diploma holders: Applicants should have a pass in Physics and Mathematics at Higher Level.

NUS High School Diploma holders: Applicants should have a major CAP of 2.0 in Physics and Mathematics.

Holders of other qualifications (including international applicants): Applicants should have a good grade in Physics and Mathematics at the senior high school level, equivalent to the Singapore-Cambridge GCE A-Level or International Baccalaureate.

For detailed information and online application forms, refer to the NTU Undergraduate Admissions page.

BSc (Hons) in Physics with Second Major in Mathematical Sciences (PHMA)


Applicants to the PHMA programme should meet the minimum subject requirements for the BSc (Hons) in Physics programme (above), as well as the mimum subject requirements for the BSc (Hons) in Mathematical Sciences programme.

During their course of study, PHMA students are required to maintain a grade point average (GPA) of 4.0 or higher. Failure to maintain this GPA minimum will lead to a transfer into the Physics (PHY) programme, without a second major in Mathematical Sciences (a transfer to the Mathematical Sciences programme instead can be considered upon request).

For detailed information and online application forms, refer to the NTU Undergraduate Admissions page.

Students originally admitted into the BSc (Hons) in Physics and BSc in Applied Physics programmes may apply to transfer into the PHMA programme. To do this, download and complete the application form, and submit it to the SPMS office. Applications must be received by week 8 of each semester, and are subject to approval from the Division of Physics and Applied Physics, the Division of Mathematical Sciences, as well as the school's Associate Chair for Academic Affairs. Note that mathematics courses taken with the Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) option cannot be retroactively used to satisfy Second Major requirements.