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Matriculation & Pre-Enrolment Medical Examination

1. What are the important dates for the Matriculation exercise?

All students who have accepted SMU's offer are required to register as students of the University before commencing their studies.You must complete the registration formalities (both part 1 and part 2) according to the schedule below.

Part 1 – Online Matriculation
5 June 2017, 9.00am – 13 July 2017, 5.00pm

Part 2  – IDs Verification & Card Collection

25 July: 2.00pm – 5.00pm (Note: 1st day session starts at 2.00pm)
26 July: 9.00am – 11.30am / 2.00pm – 5.00pm
27 July: 9.00am – 11.30am / 2.00pm – 5.00pm

 

 

2. Must I personally come on the ID verification and card collection day? What should I bring?

Yes, all students who have successfully completed the online matriculation are required to come personally between 25 July to 27 July 2017 during the scheduled time.You are required to bring the following documents:

For Singaporeans:
NRIC/Passport, Pre-Enrolment Medical Report (RMG) and *SMU Indemnity Form

For Singapore Permanent Residents:
Blue NRIC, Passport, Re-entry Permit, Pre-Enrolment Medical Report (RMG) and *SMU Indemnity Form

For International Students:
Passport, Student’s Pass, Pre-Enrolment Medical Report (RMG) and *SMU Indemnity Form

*SMU Indemnity Form (only applicable to student below 18 years old, please refer to the instructions under Applicant’s Self Service > Online Matriculation > Matriculate Online.

Singaporeans, Singapore Permanent Residents & International Students are required to bring along 1 photocopy of their original documents.

 

3. What should I do if I miss/cannot turn up for any of the 3 days?

If you are unable to come for the ‘IDs Verification & Card Collection’ exercise, please complete the online form to reschedule. 

For other matriculation-related enquiries, please email to matriculation@smu.edu.sg.

 

4. There is a change/error of program at the point of matriculation, what should I do?

Please approach the Office of Undergraduate Admissions (SMU Admin Building, Level 3 / Tel: 6828 0980 / Email: admissions@smu.edu.sg) to update the correct program in the online matriculation system.

5. There is a change/error of my official name (as per passport/NRIC) at the point of matriculation, what should I do?

The student’s name must be as per passport / NRIC (including the placement of commas ( ).

If this is BEFORE you have matriculated online – Please update it via Applicant’s Self Service> Online Matriculation > Confirm Personal Data.

If this is AFTER you have matriculated online – Please bring your new official documents to Office of Registrar (SMU Administration Building, Level 8 for verification). Please refer to Student Portal OASIS (https://oasis.smu.edu.sg) > Home > Finance & Admin > Certification & Personal Info > Update Personal Info and Citizenship.

 

6. There is a change in my citizenship status, what should I do?

If there is a change of citizenship status before you have matriculated online – Please bring your new official documents listed below to Office of Undergraduate Admissions (SMU Admin Building, Level 3) for verification.

If there is a change of citizenship status after you have matriculated online – Please bring your new official documents listed below to Office of Registrar (SMU Admin Building, Level 8) for update.

For Singaporeans:
Pink NRIC or Passport

For Singapore Permanent Residents:
Blue NRIC, Passport and Re-entry Permit

For International Students:
Passport and Student’s Pass


Please refer to Student Portal OASIS (https://oasis.smu.edu.sg) > Home  > Finance & Admin > Certification & Personal Info > Update Personal Info and Citizenship.
 

7. Is the Pre-enrolment Medical Examination compulsory? How should I go about it?

Yes, it is compulsory for all incoming SMU students. Please note that validity of the medical report is 6 months. Please refer to the List of Raffles Medical Group (RMG) Clinics.

Documents required by the clinic:
Singapore Citizen/Singapore PR – NRIC or Passport
SMU International Student – Passport, Student Pass and medical form (Please print and bring it to the RMG clinic).

 

8. What is the cost for the Pre-enrolment Medical Examination, and what does it consist of?

Singapore Citizen and Singapore PR – S$28.00 (exclusive of GST)
*Foreign Students – S$38.00 (exclusive of GST)
(*For Foreign Students, please print and bring this form to the RMG clinic)

The Pre-Enrolment Medical Examination consists of:

  • Physical Examination (height & weight measurements)
  • Eye Test (visual acuity & colour vision)
  • Blood Pressure Reading
  • Urine Test (protein & sugar)
  • Chest X-Ray
  • Medical Report
  • HIV Test (for foreign students only)

 

9. I have already undergone a pre-enrolment checkup with another medical provider. Will it be accepted by SMU?

No, please note that only RMG Medical Reports will be accepted by SMU.

If you have undergone a pre-enrolment checkup (less than 6 months) with another medical provider, you are required to bring your medical report to the Raffles Medical Centre at Raffles Hospital (Level 1) to get endorsement by a Raffles Medical Group doctor.

If the Raffles Medical Group Doctor is unable to endorse your overseas medical report, you will be required to undergo certain medical tests with the Raffles Medical Group Clinics. To prevent any matter compromising the endorsement of overseas medical reports, we strongly encourage all international students to do their medical examination in Singapore with the Raffles Medical Group Clinics.

For queries or more information, please email Ms Dawn Chin @ chin_dawn@rafflesmedical.com

 

10. I did my chest X-ray a few months ago (less than 6 months ago). Can I do the rest of the examination (except chest X-ray) at Raffles Medical group? What is the cost?

Yes, you can. The cost however will still be the same as the entire checkup as it is a package price.

11. For previously matriculated NSMen (eg. 15 Oct 2016 and 24 Feb 2017), am I required to go through the online matriculation and card collection day?

You are already SMU students officially. However, you have to come back any time during the ID Verification period (25 July to 27 July 2017) for the purpose of submitting financial forms as well as attending the Academic Briefings and Notebook Fair.

Note: If you have not collected your SMU student card, please collect it from Office of Undergraduate Admissions (SMU Admin Building, Level 3 / Tel: 6828 0980).