This is where you access your official NUS Email. All school related activities, events, internship opportunities, examination circulars, announcements, etc will be sent here.
This is NUS Student Information System — the platform where you access and settle all your administrative matters. You can view your exam schedule and results, change your credit debit (where NUS puts and deducts money respectively) bank account details, view your transcript, apply to map your SEP modules, etc. Click on "Classic Home" after logging in to access these administrative services.
This is the platform to bid for modules and ballot for tutorial and lab slots. Do note that you are only able to log into CORS at specific times when it is open for either bidding or balloting. This system will phase out in AY19/20 Semester 1 and be replaced.
IVLE is the academic platform you access most often during your semester. After your module is locked in, you will be able to find announcements by your Professors, watch the module's webcasts, view grades for continual assessment, upload assignments and download the module's contents (lecture slides, tutorial sheets, etc.) your Professors upload.
Apart from this, under "Others", there is a link to trade used textbooks and you may sign up for corporate courses there too. Also, you may view past semesters' webcast anytime. Simply go to "Others", then select "Open Web Lectures".
This is the single module planning website that almost all undergraduates use to plan their modules, created by our very own SoC alumni. It is linked with NUS official database, so the information should be up to date and accurate (if you want to be sure, do cross check with NUS official websites). Here, you can plan your timetable, search for module information (the semester it is being offered, its prerequisites and preclusions, its reviews, etc.), get a link to share your timetable, and even find venues from the timetable!
This is the portal NUS is attempting to slowly migrate to. Various announcements will be posted there, but most of the time, it will also be sent to your email. At present, we use it mainly for the Exam Welfare Pack Survey at the end of every semester.
You can book various venues around NUS through this platform here, for example, discussion rooms to study or for project discussions. If you’re in NUS and using NUS Wi-Fi, simply go to the Facility Booking System. Else, follow the steps provided and install NUS VPN first before booking.