Application Timeline

Admissions Exercise 2022

The application period for admission to our undergraduate degree programmes (including special programmes) are as follows:

Local Qualifications

Application Period
3 January to 19 March 2022

International Qualifications

Application Period
3 January to 12 March 2022

SUTD Admissions & Career Talk 2021

Application Process



Submit the online application form for admission and scholarship within the stipulated application window.


If shortlisted, you will be notified (latest by end April) to select an in-person or online interview slot.


Receive an email notification by mid-May to log in to SUTD Admissions System to view the outcome of your application.


Refer to instructions in your offer letter to accept the offer by the stipulated deadline.


Look out for the email notification on the on-boarding and matriculation process.

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If you wish to appeal against SUTD's admissions decision, you will need to submit an online appeal via the application portal between 11 May 2022 and 24 May 2022. Note that if you had applied with predicted results (except predicted International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma), even after submission of the online appeal, you will still be required to upload your final results within 3 days upon its release before your appeal can be considered.

If you had applied with predicted International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma results and wish to appeal against SUTD’s admissions decision, you may submit an online appeal with your actual IB results between 5 July 2022 and 11 July 2022.

Your appeal must represent significant and compelling new academic and/or personal information that was not present at the time of application and which brings merit for reconsideration.

Only applicants who have submitted an application in the current admissions exercise, and have received an outcome of their application may submit an appeal. Appeals can only be submitted here after logging into the SUTD Admissions System. Appeals via any other channels will not be considered.

Information correct as of 31 March 2022 and is subject to change.