Presentation on theme: "Engineering Science Programme Student Exchange Programmes (2006 – 2010) Student Exchange Programme (SEP) for ESP students (9 th October 2013)"— Presentation transcript:
Engineering Science Programme Student Exchange Programmes (2006 – 2010) Student Exchange Programme (SEP) for ESP students (9 th October 2013)
Department Exchange agreements for ESP Students each year Partner Universities Osaka University 2 positions Auckland University 1 position University of Toronto (UoT) positions University of British Columbia (UBC) 2 positions
Before applying for SEP Look through the partner's website for an idea of the courses available. DO NOT apply for a University that does not offer suitable courses for you. Eligiblity Completed at least 2 semesters of study CAP ≥ 3.0 Enough $$ (Approx $ $15,000) More criterias … Search “NO-NO” Int’l Students applying to Home Country Interview
Mapping of Modules ESP Specialisation ?? Modules at Overseas University
Some Examples of mapped modules CountryUniversityOverseas Code Module DescriptionNUS CodeModule DescriptionSpecialisation CanadaUniversity of Waterloo NE353NANOPROBING & LITOGRAPHYESP3102From Making Nano to Probing NanoNano – Core CanadaUniversity of Waterloo DAC303DESIGNING LEARNING ACTIVITIES WITH INTERACTIVE MUTIMEDIA ESP3902Major Design Project IIESP – Core CanadaUniversity of Waterloo ECE 290Engineering Profession, Ethics, and LawEG2401Engineering ProfessionalismFaculty Requirement CanadaUniversity of Waterloo HRM2000BASIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTHR2002Human Capital in Organisations CanadaUniversity of Waterloo CHEM370INTRODUCTION TO POLYMER SCIENCEEX4001Dummy Exchange ElectiveDummy JapanOsaka University SUSTAINABLE ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING 1 EE4511SUSTAINABLE ENERGY SYSTEMES - Elective JapanOsaka University ENGINEERING SCIENCE PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING (COMPUTER & SYSTEMS SCIENCE) ESP3903MAJOR DESIGN PROJECT 2 JapanOsaka University 81008ENGINEERING ETHICSEG2401ENGINEERING PROFESSIONALISM JapanOsaka University OPTICAL ELECTRONICSEX3001EXCHANGE TECHNICAL ELECTIVE CanadaUniversity of Toronto INI304H1CRITICAL THINKING AND INQUIRY IN WRITTEN COMMUNICATION ES1531CRITICAL THINKING AND WRITINGULR CanadaUniversity of Toronto APM462H1NONLINEAR OPTIMIZATIONMA3236NON-LINEAR PROGRAMMINGCES – Core CanadaUniversity of Toronto CHE403H1PROFESSIONAL PRACTICEEG2401ENGINEERING PROFESSIONALISM CanadaUniversity of Toronto MSE558H1SNANOTECHNOLOGY IN ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SYSTEMS ESP3903MAJOR DESIGN PROJECT 2
Steps to get modules mapped Syllabuses of overseas module and mapped NUS module should be similar in terms of contents, contact hours and assessments. Students should check the offering semester of the modules in the host university, and plan the modules accordingly. Non-ESP modules Refer to ESP Modules (codes beginning with ESP e.g. ESP3401) ESP Module Mapping Form Study Plan Form Return all endorsed Forms to 1) ESP Office 2) Off of U.Graduate Prog 3) Your own copy +
IMPORTANT “No-No” Do NOT leave the mapping process till the wee hours before you leave. Plan & seek approval in advance. Do NOT take an unapproved module overseas and assume it can be mapped back to NUS. No withdrawal from SEP once finalized. An administrative fee of at least S$300 (up to $500) will apply for withdrawal.
Returning from SEP Bring Transcript to ESP office to initiate the Credit Transfer Process. **important especially if the module taken overseas is the pre-requisite module of those intended to read for the following semester. Students may not be able to register in CORS if credit transfer is not completed.