Science and technology are the main drivers on campus, making NTU the ideal place to hone your research skills. Singapore has invested heavily in research and innovation in the areas of biomedical sciences, environmental and water technologies, and interactive and digital media.
In particular, our School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering has undertaken some of the most cutting edge research projects of national relevance and importance, with centres of research undertaking projects in nanotechnology, industrial chemistry, chiral and pharmaceutical engineering.
- Both undergraduate and postgraduate students are welcome to apply.
- You have to be nominated by your home university to be eligible for the programme
- If you have not already arranged with one of our faculty to work on an existing NTU research project, do indicate your preferred area of research, so that the right research supervisor shall be allocated.
- You have the flexibility to decide on the period of research internship. It is recommended that the period of internship should not be less than 3 months (12 weeks), as it would be difficult to secure a suitable placement for a short duration.