NUS - King's Joint Programmes
A key feature of the partnership between NUS and King's has been the development of joint programmes, offering students the opportunity to spend time studying in both Singapore and London and to gain a qualification awarded by both institutions. Two such programmes are now available, a Joint PhD and a Concurrent Degree.
King’s has signed Joint PhD agreements with two Faculties at NUS: the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and the Faculty of Science. The agreements involve departments in King's School of Arts and Humanities, School of Social Science and Public Policy, School of Biomedical Sciences, and the Lau China Institute.
NUS and King’s have an articulation agreement for a concurrent degree in a joint effort to harness the synergy between two institutions in the field of Biophysics; specifically the complementary strength and expertise of the prestigious Randall Division of Cell and Molecular Biophysics at King’s, and the Mechanobiology Institute and the Centre for BioImaging Sciences, both at NUS.
Students in this programme will complete the BSc (Hons) degree in Life Sciences major requirements during the first three years at NUS, and following that a year of MRes study at King’s.