Environmental Engineering Student's Testimonials
“Have you ever wondered how we can maximise the water source for Singapore, how to expend Singapore’s landfill to host more waste, what we can do to reduce carbon emission and slow down sea level rising, and how Singapore can contribute to the global environment in a more sustainable way? If your answer is “YES”, the Environmental Engineering programme in NTU is the perfect place for you. Here, you will work with experienced and knowledgeable professors to explore and develop your own sustainable solutions for Singapore. With the fundamental and engineering design training, you will be empowered with strong capability of environmental engineering to provide effective solutions to multiple Singapore government agencies, more than 500 engineering companies, and more than 100 international consulting firms.”
- Associate Professor Dr Zhou Yan (Environmental Engineering) from the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) shares on how the school develops students to make an impact and explore sustainable solutions for Singapore.
Ever wondered how blessed we are to breathe fresh air and drink clean water? Ever thought of being a champion for these blessings of ours? Well, NTU Environmental Engineering is the answer to all your questions!
During my time at CEE, I was exposed to a wide range of engineering principles and solutions aimed at tackling environmental issues resulting from our actions. This discovery spurred my desire to safeguard the environment. Backed by many approachable professors who are willing to share their knowledge and experiences, I can say that you will never be alone on this journey.
Additionally, we don't just study hard, we play hard too! At NTU, you will be provided with a vast amount of opportunities such as Overseas Exchange Programs to broaden your horizon and appreciate the cultural differences, Freshmen Orientation Programs to build on your leadership and communication skills and internships to learn more about the industry!
So, what are you waiting for?