Yale-NUS successor NUS College will not feature liberal arts subjects in core curriculum

The new NUS College curriculum is also expected to include a six-month international programme for at least 60 per cent of students. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Undergraduates who enrol at the new NUS College will likely not be required to take traditional liberal arts subjects such as literature and philosophy, which were a defining feature of its predecessor Yale-NUS College.

The NUS College curriculum is also expected to include a six-month international programme for at least 60 per cent of students.

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