International Relations Office
Outgoing Exchange Students
Welcome to the NUS International Relations Office site for OUTGOING NUS students on Student Exchange Programmes (SEP)! The chance to live and study in another country while earning credit towards your NUS degree is an amazing and exciting opportunity and we’re glad you are interested in taking advantage of this programme. We hope that you find all the information you need after visiting the site, but please do not hesitate to Contact Us.
Why go on SEP?
Few experiences challenge and reward you like living and studying in another country. The knowledge that the experiences you acquire during your overseas studies will be valuable to your future employers makes it all the more rewarding.
Experience an adventure
Here's your chance to trek through the Grand Canyon, look out from the top of the Eiffel Tower, or set foot on the Taj Mahal. You'll make memories that last a lifetime as you see new places and experience cultures you've only read about.
Invigorate your curiousity
Get a fresh perspective on the subjects you study. Learn an American's perspective on world politics or a German's insights into molecular biology. SEP allows you to study with the best students at the best institutions around the world.
Develop valuable language skills
There is no better way to learn a language than by immersing yourself in it every day. Learn how people on the street use the language and get to know phrases and expressions from beyond the classroom.
Strengthen your resume
Studying abroad can give you the skills employers desire such as versatility, maturity, confidence, independence, and the ability to work with people of different cultures.
Create a new and improved you
Make lifelong friends, experience a new culture and bust out of the same old routine. Studying abroad is what you make of it, and many make it the time of their lives.
But don’t just take our word for it…
NUS Student Experiences on SEP
Excited to learn about former NUS student's experiences while abroad? Here's your chance. Read their accounts of life away from NUS and think about what international studies might be like for you!
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