Check Application Status
PIN (Personal Identification Number)
On the application form, you will be asked to create an 8-character alpha-numeric, case sensitive PIN. Please keep this PIN confidential. Together with your application number, this PIN can be used, to access the following online facilities related to your application:
- Online updates or amendments of contact details
- Online status enquiry
- Online reply to NUS' offer of admission
- Online appeal
If you have forgotten/misplaced your PIN after submitting an online application, you can reset it via the Online Application Status Facility (OASF).
You will need the following information to reset your PIN:
- Application Number
- Email address that was provided in your online application form
If you are unable to reset your PIN after three attempts, you will need to personally reset your PIN at the Office of Admissions. Please bring along your NRIC/Passport for verification purposes.
National University of Singapore
2 College Avenue West, #01-03 (Stephen Riady Centre)
You may authorize a representative, with a letter of authorisation and a copy of your NRIC or Passport to reset the PIN on your behalf. The letter of authorisation should bear your signature, name, NRIC/FIN/Passport number, and the representative's name and NRIC/FIN/Passport number.
Due to data security reasons, we regret that we are unable to reset your PIN over the phone and/or via email.
Online status enquiry
After submission of your application, please make regular use of this facility to check your application, document and payment status. If you have posted your supporting documents and bank draft, please allow 2-3 weeks for postal delivery before checking for a status update. In addition, it is possible for your document and payment status to be updated separately, that is, we may update the status of your documents first and that of your payment after it has been processed. In this instance, you should check for an update to your payment status at a later date.
Correspondence with the Office of Admissions
The Office of Admissions will correspond with you primarily using email and the online status enquiry during the application process to convey messages such as document requests, interview notification, etc. Please provide a correct and functional email address and maintain your email account regularly. The Office of Admissions will not be responsible for undeliverable emails and their consequences.
If you have submitted a complete application before the application closing date, your application will be processed and you will be informed officially of your application outcome in writing, by post. Outcome of applications for most applicants (except India and IB applicants) will be released periodically, up to end May. If successful, you will receive an electronic offer letter.
Rejection of application
Inaccurate or false information or omission of material information will render your application invalid. The Office of Admissions reserves the right to reject applications that are incomplete or inaccurate. Students admitted on the basis of inaccurate or false information may be expelled.