Regulations for the Intermediate Certificate in Automotive Engineering (2012) (Subject to change)
An applicant shall be eligible to be considered for admission to the Intermediate Certificate in Automotive Engineering if that applicant has:
• a score of 4 or less in School Certificate English, Mathematics and Science, or
• a score of 5 or less in PSSC/SSLC English and Mathematics.
Applications from mature entrants without the above scores will be considered on a case-by-case basis by the Dean or the Dean's nominee. Interviewing of applicants may be part of the selection process.
Mode of Study
Not less than four semesters.
Unless credit is granted under the Recognition of Prior Learning/Credit Statute, this programme consists of seventeen courses: TAM010, TAM011, TAM012, TAM013, TAM014, TAM015, TAM101, TAM102, TAM103, TAM104, TAM105, TAM106, TAM107, TCS105, TMA103, TMA104, TCS206.
Four or five courses per semester. An underload or an overload has to be approved and signed for on the Enrolment form by the Dean or the Dean's nominee.
To be awarded an Intermediate Certificate in Automotive Engineering a student must pass the seventeen courses specified in 4 above.
These regulations are effective from 1 January, 2012.
Please refer to the latest NUS Calendar for more information