Talent Outreach aims to bring the best of NTU to students in our Secondary Schools, Integrated Programme Schools, Junior Colleges and Centralised Institutes.
The programmes on offer cater to the different interests and learning styles of students, as well as offer alternative pathways for these future researchers and scientists to learn, grow and cultivate their passion for research.
Students enrolled in these programmes are offered an invaluable opportunity to explore NTU and interact with and learn from our faculty, scientists and researchers.
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Bridging@NTU is a 12-month programme for pre-matriculated students aimed at preparing them for their undergraduate education. It is taught by a dedicated team of lecturers and teaching staff.
Enthuse! showcases a line-up of talks, workshops and tours aimed at providing students a peek into the exciting programmes and research opportunities within NTU.
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.
H3 Taught Modules
NTU offers two Higher 3 (H3) Taught Modules - Molecular Biology and Semiconductor Physics & Devices. These modules are an extension of the A-Level H2 curriculum covering specific and specialised content and delve much deeper into the topics covered.
Nanyang Research Programme (NRP)
The NRP offers a variety of research topics to students with a keen interest in and aptitude for research to engage in the process of intellectual inquiry by undertaking projects under the supervision of NTU faculty, scientists and researchers. It offers JC and IP students a chance to undertake 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 15 and 16 year old 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 engage in the process of intellectual inquiry under the close supervision of NTU faculty, scientists and researchers.
Innovation Programme (IvP)
The IvP offers an opportunity for students to develop problem-solving and thinking skills, to use their creativity and imagination to create things under the guidance of expert mentors from NTU.