RESOLVING TIMETABLING CONFLICTS BETWEEN YALE-NUS AND NUS LAW MODULES
Double Degree Programme (DDP) students may request for a change in tutorial time slots for their law modules at NUS Law to avoid timetabling conflicts with modules they will take at Yale-NUS. The relevant timings for classes will be released by the Yale-NUS Registry prior to Round One of Module Registration exercise.
Once DDP students have confirmed their Yale-NUS modules at the end of Round Two (mid-November for Semester One; mid-April for Semester Two), the DDP representatives of each cohort will compile a list of switch requests from their cohort. Then, the head DDP representative will prepare a consolidated list for the DDP Head of Studies, who will then send this list to the administrative staff at NUS Law.
Such requests are subject to NUS Law’s approval. The most important requests are the ones that involve conflicts between core or compulsory modules on the two campuses or conflicts with Yale-NUS courses that students take as part of the requirements to fulfil their declared majors or minors.