Nanyang Technological University

How You Can Give

​​​​ Many Forms of Giving. Endless Possibilities

Annual Giving

Alumni Giving

Alumni Giving

Alumni giving provides all NTU alumni the opportunity to stay connected with their alma mater and support NTU's mission of delivering a world-class education.

Business & Community Partners

Business & Community Partners (BCP) Programme

The Business & Community Partners (BCP) Programme is a platform for corporations and community organisations to invest in the continued success of the university, whether it is in the form of bursary sponsorship, internship opportunities, or research funding.

Graduation Giving

​​​The graduating class gift is a cherished tradition that continues to be passed year after year with every batch of graduands. Your class spirit lives on in the legacy of your contribution.

Faculty & Staff Giving

As a member of the NTU family, NTU is your second home. Your support goes a long way in helping the University thrive, and to offer the best to the NTU community.

Parents Giving

Parents Giving partners with parents of students to enrich the student experience through philanthropy. The generosity of parents strengthens the exceptional opportunities that empower students to pursue a more meaningful and fulfilling University education.

Major Gifts and Others

Art, artefacts, stock securities, bonds, jewellery, in-kind contributions and other major gifts are welcome. Contact us to discuss how you want to accomplish your philanthropic goals.

Benefits of Giving

Maximise Impact of Gifts

Maximise Impact of Gifts

Whether you’re a parent, teacher, or an organisation, your contribution to NTU will maximised with government matching.

Minimise Tax Deduction

Minimise Tax Deduction

Enjoy tax deductions based on prevailing government policies when you give to NTU.
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Daniel Chew  

“Having benefited from scholarships and bursaries myself during my school years, I know first-hand how important such help is for those who do not have the financial means to pursue their educational dreams.”

Mr Daniel Chew, NTU Alumnus who started two scholarships, one in honour of his parents, and the other, his wife.

“There are many young people who are very capable but do not have the means to pursue their dreams. I hope that my contribution is a small 'push-up' in helping these people achieve their dreams."

​Mr V. Srikrishnan, NTU mechanical engineering alumnus who contributes through the Alumni Giving Programme.

“We as parents are proud that we are able to help by contributing and will also definitely encourage and influence our own children to participate when they are working and become parents themselves.”

Mr Lee Wan Choy who contributes through the channel, Parents Giving



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