Student Billing

Schedule of payment for Semester 1 AY2017/2018

Activity Remarks
Access to preliminary Student Bill Access to student bill via mySIS from 14 August 2017 onwards
Students who have applied for the CPF Education Scheme, PSEA, etc You will only have access to a preliminary bill until 18 September 2017 when the final bill inclusive of all external funding will be available
Payment deadline 6 October 2017

Students are billed per semester for their academic fees, which includes tuition, housing and other fees, which are details on the bill.

Due dates for each semester fees are:

Late-September/early-October for Semester 1

Early to Mid-February for Semester 2

Student bills are available from the first instructional week of each semester. All students are able to access their bills from their mySIS accounts: https://myisis.nus.edu.sg/psp/cs90prd/?cmd=login&languageCd=ENG&

Information on the various modes of payment, including the turnaround time for updating your account after payment is available at:
http://www.nus.edu.sg/finance/FAQStudentFinanceMatters.html

Online Payment via SIS

If the status shows it is pending in your SIS, the payment most probably has not gone through. A receipt for your payment should pop up after payment. Below are some of the common reasons for unsuccessful payment.

  • Pop-up blockers not disabled on computer
  • Credit card not activated for overseas usage
  • Credit card transaction limit

Please disable your browser’s pop-up blockers before making the payment, below are instructions on how to disable your browser’s pop-up blocker. If it still does not work, contact your bank to check on your credit card.

Google Chrome

Apple Safari

Internet Explorer

Firefox Mozilla

For students who have NSI tagged to their SIS due to outstanding fees, NSI tags need a 24-hour turn-around time after payment has been received for it to be lifted. Payments that need bank’s processing time such as cheque and Telegraphic Transfer (TT) will take longer than the 24-hour turn-around time.

For International Students:

If you are using telegraphic or wired transfer for payment of their course fees, please ensure to include an allowance above the total course fees. This is due to the fluctuation in the exchange rate and for any bank charges.

To view your course fees in your home country’s currency, please refer to the link below and select the currency of your home country from the drop down list http://admissions.yale-nus.edu.sg/afford/#tuition-and-fees *

*The fees reflected in your home currency is only a gauge, actual bank rates would be determined by the local bank being used for the telegraphic or wired transfer.