Hello alumni, welcome back.
The NTU alumni community of more than 275,000 graduates in over 160 countries have made amazing achievements and impact in their respective fields. These range from groundbreaking research to the founding of successful firms behind cutting-edge products and services.
Many of our alumni are actively involved in the University's activities, where they volunteer their time and expertise to mentor students, organise events, serve on the Alumni Council and foster alumni ties in the respective alumni associations. They have also contributed towards supporting NTU's students, programmes, research and pedagogical endeavours.
Your ties with NTU do not end at graduation. The University takes pride in your success and shares in your aspirations. As valued members of our global alumni family, we treasure our relationship with you, and support you through various alumni programmes and activities. As an NTU alumnus, you enjoy a myriad of benefits and privileges too.
Turning her love for craft into a business
ADM alumna and entrepreneur Mindy Alethia Chow tells us about the inspiration behind her jewellery brand “SOAMI”, the challenges she faced on her entrepreneurial journey and what she would say to her younger self.
Cultivating agriculture with tech
SBS alumnus Sven Yeo’s agri-tech company, Archisen, operates one of the highest yielding indoor farms in Singapore, with a projected yield of 100 tonnes of vegetables per year. Find out what motivates him, the challenges he faced and how he overcame them.
Recognition for NTU’s young leaders
The 2022 Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia recognises young enterprising individuals across Asia. Six NTU alumni honourees tell us about their entrepreneurial journey and what drives them.
The robotics trainer
MAE alumnus Dr Hung Pham, co-founder and CTO of Eureka Robotics, was named one of the Top 10 Vietnamese CTOs by VnExpress. Hung describes his journey from researcher to CTO and how his start-up is aiming to help people do more with less using technology.
Navigating a career in entrepreneurship and innovation
In this MakanNight! Talk series, hear insights from Dr Adrian Yeo, co-Founder of Atera Water, and pick up some useful tips from the successful business leader who has extensive working experience in NGOs, academia, entrepreneurship, and top-level positions in an MNC.
Insights on Singapore's construction industry
Senior Minister and Coordinating Minister for National Security Mr Teo Chee Hean and alumna Er Dr Lee Bee Wah (CEE/1985) will be speaking about the local construction industry at the Prof Chen Charng Ning Distinguished Lecture.
Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
The NTU Singapore-India Dialogue in Bengaluru will provide the opportunity to learn about NTU Singapore’s vision, mission and plans, and to exchange ideas for collaboration. Register by Sunday, 14 Aug.
Leadership and the Future of Banking
Mr Piyush Gupta, Chief Executive Officer and Director of DBS Group, will speak about his leadership journey, key qualities to thrive in the new business environment, and what the future of banking really looks like. Followed by a fireside chat moderated by Professor Christina Soh, Dean, College of Business.
Inspiring Lives: One Step at a Time
Hear Er Dr Lee Bee Wah (CEE/1985), Group Director, Meinhardt Group-Singapore and Prof Inderjit Singh (EEE/1985), CEO, Solstar International Pte Ltd as they share their inspiring life journeys.
Applying inter-cultural communication strategies at the workplace
Learn about inter-cultural communication strategies that one could apply while working onsite or from home, and the effective non-verbal communication approaches at the workplace.
Nurturing harmonious communication at the workplace
Find out how being open-minded can nurture harmonious communications at the workplace, avoid stereotyping and manage prejudices.
Uplifting Lives: Magic Moments
Hear Mr Steven Lim (WKWSCI/2008), CEO of RSTN Consulting and Ms Priscilla Gan (NBS/2000) Director, Volunteer Resource Optimisation at the National Council of Social Services, as they speak about the “magic moments” that shaped their lives.
Support your alma mater's mission in becoming a world-class institution with future-ready graduates. You can serve as mentors to your juniors to help them navigate their career path, offer internship opportunities, speak at events, or join an alumni association to help foster a vibrant, engaged and cohesive NTU alumni community.
Become a mentor
Offer your guidance and support as a mentor to your juniors, to help them navigate their career path and achieve their aspirations.
Join an alumni association
Build longstanding and meaningful relationship with fellow alumni through our global network of alumni associations and circles.