Collection of Degree Scroll and Transcript
Upon conferment of a degree, you will be issued a degree scroll and a complimentary copy of the academic transcript. Please check the details of the collection schedule at the Degree Scrolls webpage.
If you need additional copies of the academic transcript, please refer to the Transcripts website for more details.
Your degree scroll and academic transcript will be withheld if there is a “Hold” on your record. You can log in to myEduRec within the next 30 days to check for any “Hold(s)” and contact the relevant Office to work out the necessary rectification.
As your candidature with the University has expired, please return your NUS Student Card to the Student Service Centre (Yusof Ishak House Level 1, No. 31 Lower Kent Ridge Road, Singapore 119078) within two weeks from the End Course Date. Alternatively, you may also destroy the card (by cutting it into pieces) and discard it.
Email & NUSNET Account
Your student email account (email@example.com) will be lifelong upon your graduation. Your NUSNET ID which enables access to various systems, including the myEduRec, online storage (e.g. OneDrive), IM (e.g. Lync) will be terminated 30 days after your conferment date. Please back up the files which you have retained in your OneDrive, if applicable, as soon as possible. If you have any difficulties with accesses, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For students with credit balances in their student accounts, please ensure that you have updated your Credit Bank Account details in myEduRec so that a refund can be made to you in due course. Should you face any difficulty with the updating, please send an email to email@example.com along with your student ID.
Surrender of Student’s Pass and Spouse/Child Social Visit Pass to Singapore Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA)
International students who are conferred their degrees IN ALL MONTHS EXCEPT JUNE:
According to the conditions stated by the Singapore Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA), an international student holding a Student’s Pass who has graduated from his/her course of study must surrender it for cancellation within 7 days of the date of cessation of studies as he/she is no longer eligible to hold the Student’s Pass.
Please refer to the ICA website for information on how to surrender the Student’s Pass either in person, or at the checkpoint when leaving Singapore.
International students who are conferred their degrees ONLY IN THE MONTH OF JUNE:
International students who are conferred their degrees in June may hold on to their Student’s Passes to attend Commencement provided that their ceremony falls within the validity period of the Student’s Pass. Such students should surrender their Student’s Passes for cancellation as soon as their Commencement ceremonies are over. Please visit ICA website for more information on how to surrender the Student’s Pass either in person or at the checkpoint when leaving Singapore.
For those whose Student's Passes are expiring before Commencement, they should surrender their Student's Passes to the Student's Pass Unit, 4th floor, ICA building (next to Lavender MRT station) before the expiry date of the pass. ICA will then issue such students with a short term Social Visit Pass (SVP) to remain in Singapore. The duration of the SVP issued will be at the discretion of ICA.
Those who are seeking employment in Singapore may submit an application for a (non-renewable) Visit Pass to ICA. Please visit ICA website for more information.
Graduating international students are reminded that they need to be on a valid pass to remain in Singapore at all times.
If your spouse/child is holding a social visit pass sponsored by the University, the University’s sponsorship will cease upon the completion of your full-time studies. Please surrender the social visit pass to ICA within 7 days from the date of conferment.