NYU@NUS Registration Guide

Dear Student,

Congratulations on your admission to the NYU@NUS Program.

This year, important information about the program is being delivered electronically through the links referenced below. To become familiar with program requirements and with the various options and opportunities available to students, please review the information therein.

(1) The registration guide is also available here. Please note that you will have time to review this information prior to the beginning of the registration period: the online course registration will be available for students to select their courses from March 28, 2012 to April 08, 2012.   

(2) for the Summer term, the course Introduction to US Law, conducted by Professor Liam Murphy, is a compulsory 1-day course for all NYU@NUS students, therefore, when you are registering for your Summer and Winter courses, please remember to register for  Introduction to US Law as well; unless you intend to opt out as you already have a US law degree.
 
(3) You may wish to refer to the timetable here if you are uncertain about the organization of the Teaching Blocks. Note that on the top horizontal row of each table, there are column heads titled “Intro”, “Block 1”, “Block 2, “Block 3”, etc, these are the Teaching Blocks (Summer: Blocks 1 to 4 / Winter: Block 5);
 
(4) Online course registration starts on March 28, 2012, at 8.00am, Singapore time (March 29, 2012, 8.00pm New York time), and it will remain open until April 08 2012, 11.59pm Singapore time (April 08, 2012, 11.59am New York time), so you must select your choice of Summer and Winter courses and undertake your online course registration between March 28 and April 08.

Other useful links:

NYU@NUS WEBSITE: http://www.law.nyu.edu/llmjsd/llmsingapore/index.htm
Your starting point for information about the program.

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS:
Requirements & Courses
General Requirements (Refer to information on left bar navigation)
LL.M. in Global Business Law
NYU Transcript

COURSE SCHEDULE: https://its.law.nyu.edu/cms/public/schedules/
On the left bar navigation, click on “Summer 2012” for Summer 2012 courses, and on “Fall 2012” for Winter 2012 courses (followed by clicking on "Singapore classes" after the respective term).

COURSE DESCRIPTION
http://its.law.nyu.edu/courses/
To obtain the description of a particular course, enter the Course Title, Course Type (select “Course”), Instructor, then click on “more search options”: for Semester select “2012, Summer” or “2012, Fall”, and for Location select “Singapore”, then click on “SEARCH”.

SUMMER 2012 EXAM SCHEDULE
http://www.law.nyu.edu/academics/exams/summer2012exams/index.htm 
On the left bar navigation, click on “Take-Home Exams” (for a full list of all Summer take-home exams) and “Scheduled Take-Home Exams” (for take-home exams with fixed schedules, ie fixed dates and times).

NYU@NUS ACADEMIC & EVENTS CALENDARS:
http://www.law.nyu.edu/llmjsd/llmsingapore/currentstudents/eventscalendar/index.htm
Please check these calendars regularly for updated information.

TUITION AND FEES
http://www.law.nyu.edu/llmjsd/llmsingapore/currentstudents/Fees/index.htm
Note that fees on NYU@NUS are payable in two halves: at the start of Summer 2012 and at the start of Fall 2012; the fees for Summer 2012 may located through this link, but the fees for Fall 2012 will only be finalized in May. To check on your individual student account, please access Albert through NYUHome after April 17 2012.

NYUHOME AND ALBERThttps://home.nyu.edu 
Albert, the online student information system at NYU, lets you register for classes, check your current schedule and grades, determine your current bursar balance, and check the status of your financial aid. 

If you have questions or concerns after reviewing the information provided, please do not hesitate to contact the NYU@NUS admin office either by email (NYU@NUS.edu) or telephone (+65 6516 7034).  

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