Talent Outreach aims to bring the best of NTU to students in our Secondary Schools, Integrated Programme Schools, Junior Colleges and Centralised Institute.
The programmes on offer cater to the different interests and learning styles of students, as well as offer alternative pathways for these young talents to learn, grow and cultivate their passion for research.
Students enrolled in these programmes are offered an invaluable opportunity to explore NTU facilities and interact with and learn from our faculty, scientists and researchers.
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H3 Taught Module
H3 Semiconductor Physics & Devices is conducted by NTU EEE faculty. The module is designed to be an extension of the curriculum that is covered in H2 Physics. It delves deeper into the different topics and covers contents not taught in the classroom.
H3 Science Research
H3 Science Research is an A-Level examinable subject that provides an opportunity for JC 1 and IP Year 1 students to work on projects over the course of 8 months under the guidance of faculty members, scientists and engineers from NTU and its research centres/institutes.
Nanyang Research Programme (NRP)
The NRP offers a variety of research topics to JC and IP School students with a keen interest in and aptitude for research to undertake projects under the supervision of NTU faculty and researchers. Students will embark on 8 months of intensive real-world research in NTU's specialised labs mentored by NTU faculty and researchers.
Nanyang Research Programme Junior Researcher (NRPjr)
NRPjr is targeted at students in selected Secondary and IP Schools. Students will work on real-world research projects in pairs. It offers a variety of research topics to our younger school students with a keen interest in and aptitude for research to work under the close supervision of NTU faculty and researchers.
seeNTU is designed for students who wish to get a sneak peek into the undergraduate programmes and experience the state-of-the-art facilities at NTU. This programme features an array of modules conducted by the different NTU Schools.