It all starts here
Capitalising on the rush of running
Business school graduate, Zhou Mi started her first business from a pushcart in NTU and has since carved a niche in the fitness industry where her company 42Race organises virtual runs for major brands.
Spearheading a business venture
Student entrepreneur Isaiah is pursuing a double major in English Literature and Art History. The interdisciplinary nature of his degree has enriched his learning journey by opening up diverse experiences and opportunities, and motivated him to set up The CreativeWerkz.
Bosses in the classroom
University life can be hectic on its own, but these NTU students juggle their own businesses on top of that. Find out what’s on the cards for these young bosses of fledgling start-ups.
Making a case for environmental justice
NTU Environmental Earth Systems Science and Public Policy double major programme student Terese Teoh is drawn to environmental justice. Through a better understanding of environmental issues and political science she hopes to devise policies that mitigate ecological damage while protecting vulnerable communities.
View the world through a historical lens
Ping Siang advocates a study of the past to understand the present and even the future. As a student of NTU’s History programme, he has learnt the significance of different societal norms and cultural practices, their impact on policy decisions and the ever changing global dynamics.
From undergraduate researcher to published author
Nature lover and plant science enthusiast Audrey Lim is an author at 22. See how an early immersion in research coupled with mentoring by subject experts helped get her paper published in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences.
On the alternative food path
Johanan Teo is a foodie, passionate about developing innovative foods that are cleaner, healthier and sustainable. As a student of the Biological Sciences & Food Science and Technology Programme, he is exploring the science behind the food we eat and hopes to create novel food products that are nutritional and have low environmental impact.
Building healthy communities around the world
Healthcare advocates Anabelle Wong and Elizabeth Chan reach out across borders to help victims of human trafficking. As members of one of the youngest Overseas Community Involvement Programmes in LKCMedicine, they seek to improve health literacy and impact the lives of the affected women and their families.
Creating a species checklist for dung beetles
As a CN Yang Scholar, Zann Teo had the unique opportunity of being immersed in research as a freshman. This eco champion completed her final year project in the UK while learning from some of the world’s leading ecologists.
Finding your career path
Sitti Nurarfazirah has some tips to help you navigate the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead.
Feeling the pulse of the future
Grateful for her experiences in LKCMedicine which include Team Based Learning, mentorship by top health professionals and early clinical exposure, Emma Pereira is well prepared to take on the challenges of healthcare.
On a mission to cut carbon footprint on the high seas
Public Policy and Global Affairs graduate, Luqman shares international perspectives gained during his exchange programme at the University of Oslo in Norway and offers insights into the importance of cooperating across borders to solve problems in trade and climate.
What to look for when choosing a university
Choose a transformative learning experience that takes you from the classroom to the real world even as you study, and realise your ambitions at the world’s best young university.
Using technology to empower businesses
The multidisciplinary knowledge gained through the REP program has opened many doors for Perlyn Chew and fuelled her passion for empowering businesses through technology. Taking on internships with Amazon and Shopee, she looks forward to diverse career options after graduation.
Winning recognition overseas
Follow the journey of six communication undergrads and find out what it takes to win a global marketing competition.
Driving new technologies
Meet REP student Melvin Foo, the brains behind Singapore’s first outdoor delivery robot that was built from scratch on the NTU campus
Skills for the ever changing business landscape
NBS undergrad, Ray Gin, takes on multiple internships to get real-world experience and discover his true calling.
Lessons from doctors and patients
Shuttling between clinical postings and lessons at NTU’s Novena campus has helped Parthasarathy Sreemathy understand the value of an education in NTU.
Double your employability potential
Business and computer science student, Shao Yakun will graduate with a double degree that will give her the flexibility to explore multiple job options.
A summer of building skills
Winston sheds light on the highs and lows of a 9 - 5 Professional Attachment.
Charting a career in healthcare
Biological Sciences student Hashmath Fatimah Binte Jamal Mohamed uses her internship to pick up new skills and to gain a better understanding of the healthcare industry.
Mapping out your future
Explore your interests, reach out to experts, and broaden your network to enter the working world advises second year NBS student Cleo Sim.
Treading the green path
A Double Major in Environmental Earth Systems Science and Public Policy & Global Affairs gives Victoria Cahyani Tanggono a leg up in the sustainability industry.
Big hearted global citizen
Learning across disciplines and meeting people from different cultures as part of the interdisciplinary University Scholars Programme, Priya feels education has empowered her to stand tall and strong.
All you need to know about NTU COHASS
CoHASS is one of its largest colleges in NTU and known to be the artsier side of NTU. Diverse courses aside, you can expect perks like flexible curriculum and double major programmes.
Engineering - the degree of top performing CEOs
The most common undergraduate degree among Fortune 500 chief executives, engineering covers a wide range of disciplines - from rockets to mobile phones to hip and knee replacements.
Expect the unexpected
Merging theoretical and applied learning, ICC courses range from communications to career development to health and wellness classes for more balanced lifestyles.
Go further, faster
Looking to find out more about the undergraduate programmes at NBS? Final year student Charles shares his experiences from the exciting three-year Bachelor of Accountancy course.
The globe trotter
From international exchange at Lund University in Sweden to a Final Year Project at Harvard in US, studying at SBS has been an adventure for Rachel Hew.
Diving into the start-up culture
Encouraged by the culture of innovation and interdisciplinary learning at NTU, Gabriel Sze has turned his passion project into a successful business.
Having it all
NTU’s Work Study Degree programme allows students to work and study at the same time with immersive work experiences ranging from seven to 20 weeks