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2.3.4.4.3    Exiting the Programme

Students can choose to leave the programme, or be asked to leave if they fail to meet and maintain requirements. Students who leave the programme are permitted to work instead for a single degree in their original home Faculty. Modular Credits completed in the double degree programme will be counted towards the fulfilment of the degree requirements of their single degree, subject to the normal limits of the Faculty curriculum.

A student who does not maintain a CAP of 3.75 in modules contributing to the original degree, and/or a CAP of 3.25 for the second degree for any two consecutive semesters will be required to withdraw from the DDP by withdrawing from the second degree programme. For details, please refer to http://www.nus.edu.sg/registrar/academic-information-policies/undergraduate-students/special-programmes/faqs-for-ddp-cdp-and-dm.

This DDP continuation rule is not applicable once students’ total cumulative modular credits exceeds 160 MCs.