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The Centre for Asian Art and Design (CAAD) is an inter-disciplinary research centre within NTU's School of Art, Design and Media (ADM) with a focus on the encoding and expression of Asian cultures, and their influence on local, regional, and international cultures. Donating to CAAD will help support the growth and research of incorporating Asia’s intricate Asian culture into modern art and design.
The Centre for Chinese Language & Culture (CCLC) advances research, produces academic publications, and drives programmes in the field of Chinese language and cultural issues of interest to the Chinese communities. Your gift will support CCLC in their academic activities that promote and advance the study of Chinese language and culture.
The NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore takes pride in its internationally-acclaimed, research-driven exhibitions. Any donation to the NTU CCA Singapore will help advance the local art scene and contribute to the development of regional and international art infrastructures.
The Chinese Heritage Centre (CHC) is an institutional melting pot that elegantly brings together a research centre, a library and a museum, within a national monument to preserve, showcase various facets of the expansive landscape of Chinese culture and history. As an autonomous institute, CHC relies on private contributions to fund its operations and programmes, including but not limited to public lectures, exhibitions, and research activities.
Fund the future of Singapore's media and communications scene by contributing to the Wee Kim Wee Legacy Fund Undergraduate Scholarship which sponsors the education of tomorrow's brightest minds.
Support the operations of NTU's Learning Hub, also a national architectural icon, and help to enhance the quality of education to Singapore's brightest minds.
Enrich the minds of students, researchers and professors at NTU by supporting NTU Library to further develop information resources, services and facilities.
The Albert Winsemius Professorship plays a central role in NTU's continued development for academic excellence and is awarded to renowned eminent scholars of distinction. They are appointed to review and develop NTU's curriculum, teach, initiate and undertake joint research projects with the university's faculty, give public lectures and conduct seminars.
The AXA-Nanyang Chair in Natural Hazards established at NTU's Earth Observatory of Singapore's (EOS) honours and retains an outstanding academic who will push Earth Sciences in new directions particularly in the areas of tsunamis, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, rising sea levels and climate change.
Help NTU bring in distinguished professors from renowned overseas institutions who can contribute and add vibrancy to NTU's intellectual or research endeavours.
Enable NTU to attract, honour, and retain a Chair Professor who will provide vision, intellectual leadership and mentoring of younger scientists around the theme of energy research.
Support NTU in attracting, honouring and retaining outstanding academics who will fuel intellectual leadership, and provide mentorship to researchers and students in the areas of physical education and sports science.
Support NTU in attracting, honouring and retaining outstanding academics who will fuel intellectual leadership, and provide mentorship to researchers and students in the area of business management.
By supporting the Lee Kong Chian Endowment Fund, you are supporting the work and outreach of Nobel Laureates so as to inspire and raise the insights of our students, faculty and Singapore, at Nobel Laureates level.
Enable NTU to attract and honour outstanding academics who will fuel intellectual leadership, and provide mentorship to scholars, researchers and students in the field of education.
Enable NTU to attract and honour outstanding academics who will fuel intellectual leadership, and provide mentorship to scholars, researchers and students in the field of life sciences.
Enable NTU to attract professors and leaders in various maritime disciplines to conduct undergraduate and postgraduate courses as well as seminars, specialist workshops and conferences for the maritime community in Singapore.
Your contribution will aid in the provision for a leading international expert who will spearhead research and development in strategic IC design technologies such as new ultra-low power circuits.
Enable NTU to attract and honour outstanding academics who will fuel intellectual leadership, and provide mentorship to scholars, researchers and students in the field of food science and technology.
Enable NTU to attract and honour outstanding academics who will fuel intellectual leadership, and provide mentorship to scholars, researchers and students in the field of International Relations at RSIS.
The Ngee Ann Kongsi professorship will enable NTU to appoint internationally renowned professors to the Chair. These experts will help NTU play a leading role as Traditional Chinese Medicine steps outsides its conventional confines and take a major role in medicine to benefit mankind.
The endowment enables the NTU RSIS’ Studies in Inter-Religious Relations in Plural Societies (SRP) Programme to appoint a professor who can lead the Programme in researching and in teaching Peace Studies.
Enable NTU's RSIS to invite distinguished scholars in strategic studies and related fields to participate in its activities.
Enable NTU to attract, honour and retain outstanding academics who will fuel intellectual leadership, and provide mentorship to scholars, researchers and students in the field of business.
Enable NTU to attract, honour and retain outstanding academics who will fuel intellectual leadership, and provide mentorship to scholars, researchers and students in the field of media technology.
Enable NTU to attract world-renowned leading professors to grow NTU's capabilities and reputation for scientific and technological innovation, as well as foster academic research and collaboration between NTU and overseas universities, to enrich and develop academic content and culture in NTU.
The Tan Kah Kee Professorship enables NTU to appoint the best professors who will push their fields in new directions and mentor the next generation of leaders. Your gift will contribute towards NTU's position as one of the top universities in the world.
Your contribution will help to promote the research and development of the Chinese language and culture by inviting internationally renowned scholars to NTU to be professors, in order to benefit the public and raise social awareness and concern for issues with regards to the Chinese language and culture.
Your contribution will help to fund REP students who pursue Civil Engineering as their core area of specialisation as well as Visiting Professorship activities, such as lectures, talks, symposiums, workshops. This fund also goes to the appointment of visiting professors or industry experts in the field of Civil Engineering and Construction, including green technology and sustainable earth construction technology.
Enable NTU to attract, honour and retain outstanding academics who will fuel intellectual leadership, and provide mentorship to scholars, researchers and students in the field of Korean Studies.
The fund enables RSIS to appoint an NTUC Professor of International Economic Relations who will provide leadership for the School’s International Political Economy Programme, and shape the next generation of leaders.
The Toh Kian Chui Distinguished Professorship is the first donor-endowed professorship at LKCMedicine, and a portion of the gift used to establish the endowment for the Distinguished Professorship provides the holder with an annual research grant of S$500,000. Your contribution will help to support a Distinguished Professor and not only to the benefit of NTU's medicine students, but also aid the selected professor in his medical research.
The Toh Puan Mahani Daim Chair Professorship will enable NTU to appoint internationally renowned professors to the Chair to teach and conduct research that will boost the development of humanities and social sciences in the region.
Enable NTU to employ outstanding professors in the discipline of finance, and in particular, banking.
Enable NTU to attract and honour outstanding academics who will fuel intellectual leadership, and provide mentorship to scholars, researchers and students at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information (WKWSCI).
Gifts to LKC School of Medicine General Endowment gives us the flexibility to channel your generosity to areas of greatest need at the medical school.
Gifts to General Endowment gives us the flexibility to channel your generosity to areas of greatest need at NTU.
Supporting the NTU Community Herb Garden will ensure that it can continue to serve as a green space of peace and tranquility for people of all backgrounds and ages. The Herb Garden also provides herbs to the sick and needy for free.
Contribute to LKC School of Medicine's research and help to improve the quality of healthcare in Singapore and around the world.
Funding TCM Research can help to bring about novel ways to cure diseases and relieve ailments across the world.
Donate to CAAR to support research on auditing and accounting, as well as the planning and organising of local and regional accounting conferences for academics and professionals in the Asia Pacific region.
Support the advancement of technology and engineering.
Support research at the Centre for Infrastructure Systems.
In addition to training and nurturing talented future optical engineers,your contribution to COLE will help support industrial research and development, particularly in the areas of optical design, manufacturing and testing.
Support the research of financial markets and the economy, its problems, and how to solve them.
Support CRIS in their mission to: provide thought leadership on the internationalisation of the Renminbi (RMB), assess and store information on the RMB's impact on the global economy, and spread the word about the Internationalisation of the RMB.
Support the development of a new generation of business leaders by contributing to CAFE. CAFE provides an innovative and enhanced business education in a unique experiential learning environment where students acquire insight, experience, skills, and broad industry knowledge through platform-based learning.
Support the CEIT in its running of, and its research capacity expansion of the International Trading Programme (ITP)— a niche, flagship programme on international trading.
Support local entrepreneurs and innovators by funding startups in Singapore.
Support the innovative students of the MAE Lab and enable them to bring their creative designs to life.
The IRFRC is part of the Nanyang Business School (NBS) and directs primary research on insurance and insurance related risk research in the Asia Pacific. Support NBS' IRFRC in their endeavours in the growing industry of insurance risk research and management.
The NTC is a multi-disciplinary, university-level centre that was created to be the focal point of technopreneurship education within NTU and the region. Your contribution will help promote and foster a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship among those studying technology entrepreneurship.
Support the niche area of internet research especially across Asia. The SiRC conducts social research related to the internet, through a collaborative, research-focused approach.
The SMTC operates under the Nanyang Environment and Water Research Institute (NEWRI). Your donation to the SMTC will fund research in membranes for the environment, water, energy and cleaner production.
Support the Virtus Centre’s role in developing key technologies required to design integrated circuits and systems for applications in medical technology, clean technology, and consumer electronics.
At the School of Art, Design & Media (ADM), inter-disciplinary courses are designed to mould creative individuals into outstanding artists, designers, animators, new media performers, and even business leaders. By supporting the ADM School Advancement Fund, your generosity ensures that the school has the resources to provide students a meaningful and fulfilling university experience that will in turn make an impact on the arts scene in Singapore.
The Asian School of the Environment (ASE) is an interdisciplinary, research-focused school on Asian environmental challenges combining ecology, science and technology, environmental science and the humanities. Giving to ASE contributes to environmental sustainability and will create a positive impact on planet Earth in the long run.
The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) trains and educates future civil and environmental engineers. The curriculum helps prepare them to adapt to changes in the industry or the planet. The three focal areas are civil engineering, environmental engineering, and maritime studies. By contributing to the CEE Advancement Fund, you are helping to nurture a the new generation of civil and environmental engineers, and bettering the lives of people in the future.
At the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE), students are trained to be top-class electrical engineers. The school also conducts plenty of research and has multiple research centres and ongoing research projects. Giving to the EEE Advancement Fund is to give to the future of technology and technological development, helping to put Singapore at the forefront of technological advancement.
The LKCMedicine Advancement Fund helps support the LKC School of Medicine. A leading healthcare institution, the LKC School of Medicine trains doctors of the next generation. Your contribution will go to the doctors of tomorrow — the ones who will discover new cures and methods of detecting illness, helping to save countless lives and families.
The School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) is one of the largest mechanical engineering schools in the world. In recent years, MAE has been intensifying its pace of research to build a more comfortable future for humanity. Your contribution would help expedite their process.
At the School of Material Science and Engineering (MSE), students who are passionate about research and innovation are nurtured into talented and promising materials engineers, who will support cutting-edge technology with novel materials that can be revolutionary. Contributing to MSE could perhaps help NTU's materials engineers develop the new nylon.
The Nanyang Business School (NBS) is one of the pioneer business schools in the world, and consistently churns out innovative, business-minded individuals who help to drive Singapore's economy every day. Contributing to NBS will help to prosper Singapore's economy in the long-run, as NBS continues to cultivate talented bankers, risk assessors, financial consultants and business people.
At the National Institute of Education (NIE) more futures are being shaped than you can imagine. NIE trains the educators of Singapore's future to be bright, creative, and open-minded individuals - everything you would want imparted to future generations of Singaporeans to come. The value of any gift to NIE will be multiplied by several times in terms of the reach of the impact it will have, as it reaches beyond generations.
NTU's School of Biological Sciences (SBS) trains students in the field of life sciences, which has been widely acknowledged as the next major technological revolution after the Internet. New knowledge and discoveries generated as a result of genome and molecular biology research will have major impact on the life sciences and pharmaceutical industries, healthcare, food and nutrition, people and the environment. Contributing to SBS will help in all the various industries as the school helps to develop and nurture talent in all the aforementioned industries.
The School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering (SCBE) deals with the application of physical science, life sciences, mathematics and economics, and cultivates the talent in their students so that they may pioneer valuable new materials and techniques– such as nanotechnology, fuel cells and biomedical engineering. Contributing to SCBE helps to bring this cause even further and will contribute to various technological and biomedical causes.
NTU's School of Computer Science and Engineering (SCSE) is internationally recognised as one of the top computer engineering schools in the world, and living up to its reputation, produces a large amount of innovative interdisciplinary research, incorporating computer science into engineering. SCSE has achieved many great things, including projects in Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security, Cloud Computing, and many more, that are deemed to be of immense potential and will put Singapore and NTU at the forefront of computer technology. Your contribution can help to make the world a much more convenient and exciting place to live in, with the development of computer technology.
The School of Humanities offers language-related majors that include English, Chinese, Philosophy, Linguistics and Multilingual Studies, and History. Regardless of the discipline, SOH trains its students to think analytically, a crucial skill for succeeding in the future.
At the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (SPMS), future scientists are nurtured and developed as our brightest minds are trained to be a new breed of graduates with strong fundamental understanding of science and the ability of putting together the technology built on scientific principles. With the malleability as scientists, they have a skill set that makes them valuable to all sorts of research and future development. Your contribution will help to open doors to a more enlightened future.
The School of Social Sciences offers majors in the following subjects: Psychology, Sociology, Economics, Public Policy and Global Affairs.
At the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information (WKWSCI), one of the top communications schools in the world, Singapore's brightest personalities and most open minds are brought together to reach out to the masses. With various specialisations including journalism, advertising and public relations, broadcast, and communications research, WKWSCI is Singapore's future of communication and information and your contribution to the school will help to bring about a new era of media and communication in Singapore.
The mission of SRSIS is to be a leading research and graduate teaching institution in strategic and international affairs in the Asia Pacific. Supporting the SRSIS will help advance research in both national and international security.
Established by the Class of 1989, the fund helps needy students pursue a quality education at NTU.
Established by the Class of 1994, the fund helps needy students pursue a quality education at NTU.
Established by the Class of 1995, the fund helps needy students pursue a quality education at NTU.
Help needy students pursue a quality education at NTU.
Support talented but needy students aspiring to become doctors, pursue a quality education at the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine. Your gift could end up saving lives years later in the future. Your donation to LKCMedicine will help our future leaders be the best that they can be.
In memory of beloved educator and accomplished scientist Ma Jan, this memorial fund provides bursaries to underprivileged students so that they can receive the world-class education they deserve.
Provide financial aid to needy students at the Nanyang Business School. Your gift inspires young minds to create positive change in their lives and in society.
A bursary established by the NTU alumni club that helps needy students pursue a quality education at NTU.
Help needy students pursue a quality education at NTU. Your gift of education empowers young minds to improve their life prospects and create positive change in society.
Provide financial aid to needy students at the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Your gift inspires young minds to create positive change in their lives and in society.
Encourage academic excellence by providing recognition to students who have attained outstanding academic achievements.
Provide urgent financial aid to students who face sudden unforeseen financial crises whilst they seek solutions to their long-term funding needs.
Enable students to pursue global programmes that will broaden their minds and enrich their learning.
The Renaissance Engineering Programme (REP) is the top engineering programme in Singapore, designed to provide a broad-based, and interdisciplinary education that will build a pipeline of high quality engineering graduates in Singapore. The REP Scholarship is awarded to outstanding undergraduates enrolled in the REP, and provides financial support for tuition fees and other school related expenses. For more info, visit http://www.ntu.edu.sg/rep
The University Scholars Programme (NTU-USP) provides a rigorous multi-disciplinary curriculum in addition to the student's undergraduate programme. Scholars are selected for their academic excellence, character, and co-curricular achievements. For more info about USP, visit http://ww.ntu.edu.sg/usp
Support passionate students who want to make a difference to the community with meaningful ground-up initiatives.
NTU Education and Student Life supports worthy student activities that help build character and cultivate life skills which support the development of a vibrant campus rich in social and cultural interactions.
The NTU Education & Student Life Fund supports student activities that build character and cultivate life skills that help create a vibrant campus rich in social and cultural interactions.
Support the research on geohazards and climate change in one of the most geologically complex regions on Earth, and make a profound difference to the multitudes living in Southeast Asia,
Support ERI@N’s goal of being the leading research institute for innovative energy solutions.
Help fund the development of innovative solutions of known and newly discovered catastrophes that can be natural, altered, or an entirely new risk brought about by technological advancements and globalisation.
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‘Friends of NTU' (FNTU) is a platform for alumni and friends in the United States to promote the advancement of the University.
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