We hope your Student Exchange Programme (SEP) journey was a wonderful experience and one that you will remember for the rest of your life! We would like to assist you in your re-integration to NUS using resources such as the Returning Student Checklist and through events and programmes which are planned for you in mind.
Have you collected your original transcript from your faculty or department? Are the credits earned during your exchange semester transferred to your NUS degree programme? Use the Returning Student Checklist shown below to make sure that you do not miss out anything you need to do.
At the start of each semester, the SEP team in International Relations Office (IRO) organises a Welcome Back Session for all returning exchange students. During the session, the team conducts a Re-entry briefing which covers issues such as Reverse Culture Shock and things to do after exchange programme. In addition, students will also get the opportunity to network and share their SEP experiences with other returning students. Invitation to the Welcome Back Session is sent via email to returning exchange students, please register to attend.
Be rewarded for your contributions to the exchange community! Whether it is sharing your exchange experience at IRO organised talks, or participating in the Peer Advising Programme, you can earn points for your participation. Stay active in the exchange community and accumulate sufficient points to be awarded the Outstanding NUS Exchanger Award.
Returning exchange students are encouraged to join the Peer Advising Programme which provides various opportunities for incoming, outgoing and returning exchange students to interact. By signing up as a Peer Advisor and participating in the different activities which are planned for exchangers, you will be reciprocating the goodwill and hospitality you experienced while on exchange at your host university.
We hope that you will make use of all these resources upon your return and we look forward to seeing you at many of our events and activities throughout the academic year!
Please click on the following links for further information about the exchange