Read inspiring stories of fellow alumni and catch up on what's happening in NTU.
The tinkerer now building communities
MAE alumna Vivian Lim is an accomplished entrepreneur who wants to inspire social good through community building. A 2019 Obama Foundation Asia-Pacific Leader and 2020 Generation T Asia honouree, Vivian shares how her NTU education shaped her into the community builder she is today.
A caring OneNTU community
NTU staff, students and alumni are giving back to local communities through a new series of volunteering programmes facilitated by the University Advancement Office.
Upskill and reskill with your course credits
Alumni can use their NTU Alumni Course Credits (worth up to S$3,200) to offset fees for NTU’s professional development courses that will help them gain in-demand skills or enhance existing ones. Alumni Malcolm Toh and Teh Xiu Yi share how the Bonus Course Credits for undergraduate Class of 2020 have helped them upskill for their jobs.
NTU’s young trailblazers
The 2021 Forbes 30 Under 30 recognises 900 young disruptors, entrepreneurs and leaders in countries across the globe. We speak to four of NTU’s alumni honourees to learn about their inspirations and challenges on their journeys so far.
Extending a helping hand overseas
The Singapore Universities Mission Oxygen (SUMO) drive initiated by EEE alumnus Mr Rahul Singh is a crowdfunding campaign to source oxygen concentrators for India from overseas suppliers. Rahul shares what inspired him and the challenges his team faced.
A holistic approach to managing the “Three Highs”
Nantah alumnus and TCM physician Mr Fong Cheng Ek (Arts/1970) shares some simple TCM health tips to manage high blood pressure, blood sugar and blood cholesterol.
Sakura blooms on campus
Spring has arrived in NTU with pink trumpet flowers in full bloom across the campus. Check out some instaworthy photos reminiscent of the Sakura season in Japan.
Paying tribute to our everyday heroes
NTU alumna Audrey Ng’s art installation at the North Spine highlights the everyday heroes we often take for granted.
Introducing virtual reality to dementia patients
Meet modern-day hero and ADM alumnus, Eugene Soh, who is helping patients cope with dementia using VR technology.
Abandoned bikes put to good use in Myanmar to help poor students
NTU alumnus Mike Than shares how he hopes to empower students in developing countries to go to school by gifting them bicycles from failing bike-sharing companies.