Indicative Grade Profiles (IGP) for NUS, NTU, SMU

The indicative grade profiles (IGP) of students holding A level qualifications entering all courses offered by the 3 local universities, NUS, NTU, SMU are as shown in the table below, along with the places taken up in previous year, 2021/22. Please note that the scores and places offered vary each year. Use this only as a reference.

UniversityMajor10th Percentile90th PercentilePlaces taken up in AY 2021-2022
NUSIndustrial Design*BCC/BAAA/A53
NUSLandscape Architecture*BCC/BAAA/A28
NUSProject & Facilities ManagementCCC/BBBB/B116
NUSReal EstateBCC/BBBB/B127
NUSBiomedical EngineeringBBC/CAAA/A185
NUSChemical EngineeringBBC/BAAA/A197
NUSCivil EngineeringCCC/CAAA/C94
NUSElectrical EngineeringBCC/BAAA/A212
NUSEngineering ScienceBCC/BAAA/A41
NUSEnvironmental EngineeringBCC/CAAA/A32
NUSIndustrial and Systems EngineeringBCC/BAAB/B88
NUSMaterials Science and EngineeringBCC/CAAA/A59
NUSMechanical Engineering (Include Aeronautical Engrg Specialisation)BBC/C AAA/A270
NUSBusiness AnalyticsAAA/AAAA/A271
NUSComputer ScienceAAA/AAAA/A777
NUSInformation SecurityAAA/AAAA/A40
NUSInformation SystemsAAA/BAAA/A81
NUSComputing EngineeringAAA/CAAA/A197
NUSData Science and EconomicsAAA/BAAA/A47
NUSEnvironmental StudiesAAB/BAAA/A45
NUSFood Science and TechnologyAAA/AAAA/A52
NUSHumanities and SciencesABB/BAAA/A2,100
NUSPharmaceutical ScienceAAA/AAAA/A59
NUSPhilosophy, Politics, and Economics*AAA/AAAA/A28
NUSBusiness AdministrationABB/CAAA/A871
NUSBusiness Administration (Accountancy)ABB/BAAA/A231
NTURenaissance Engineering*AAA/AAAA/A37
NTUAerospace EngineeringAAC/BAAA/A168
NTUChemical & Biomolecular EngineeringABC/CAAA/A193
NTUCivil EngineeringCCD/DAAC/B130
NTUComputer EngineeringABC/CAAA/A96
NTUComputer ScienceAAA/BAAA/A478
NTUData Science & Artificial IntelligenceAAA/AAAA/A87
NTUElectrical & Electronic EngineeringCCC/DAAA/A647
NTUEnvironmental EngineeringBCC/DAAA/A57
NTUInformation Engineering & MediaBBC/CAAA/A91
NTUMaritime StudiesBCC/DAAB/C112
NTUMaterials EngineeringBCC/CAAA/A170
NTUMechanical EngineeringCCC/CAAA/A492
NTUDouble Major Programmes*AAA/CAAA/A107
NTUBiological Sciences*AAB/BAAA/A219
NTUChemistry & Biological ChemistryABC/BAAA/A180
NTUEnvironmental Earth Systems Science*AAA/BAAA/A31
NTUMathematical SciencesBBC/CAAA/A133
NTUPhysics / Applied PhysicsCCD/CAAA/A67
NTUSOH Double Major Programmes*AAB/BAAA/A51
NTUSSS Double Major ProgrammesAAA/BAAA/A36
NTUArt, Design & Media*^BCC/BAAA/A124
NTUCommunication Studies*AAB/BAAA/A176
NTUEconomics and Data ScienceAAA/CAAA/A13
NTULinguistics & Multilingual Studies*BCC/BAAB/C92
NTUPublic Policy & Global AffairsAAB/CAAA/A45
NTUSport Science & ManagementBCC/DAAA/B74
NTUArts (Education)*BBC/BAAA/A33
NTUScience (Education)*AAC/BAAA/A32
SMUBachelor of AccountancyBBC/CAAA/A348
SMUBachelor of Business ManagementBBB/BAAA/A894
SMUBachelor of LawsAAA/BAAA/A187
SMUBachelor of Science (Economics)BBC/CAAA/A257
SMUBachelor of Science (Information Systems)BBB/CAAA/A417
SMUBachelor of Science (Computer Science)AAB/BAAA/A93
SMUBachelor of Science (Computing & Law)ABB/AAAA/A25
SMUBachelor of Social ScienceBBB/BAAA/A237

2020 Intake

  • 10th percentile refers to the A Level grade which is higher than 10% of that of other A level students who entered the course. 90th percentile refers to the A Level grade which is higher than 90% of that of other A Level students who entered the course.
  • The grade profiles refer to the grades scored by Singapore-Cambridge A-level applicants in their three H2 and one H1 subjects. For the purpose of this notification, Grade C is assumed for both General Paper (GP) and Project Work (PW) in determining the grade profiles. Please note that certain courses may require grades higher than Grade C for GP. There could be other “equivalent” profiles for each programme. For example, a grade profile of ABC/C could be considered to be broadly equivalent to BBB/C, unless there are pre-requisites.


* Additional assessments such as interviews, selection tests, and/or portfolios are required.

# No representative GPA is shown as the sample size is small.

^ Number is an aggregation of all the courses in the same faculty .i.e. Science, Computing, Arts & social science.