Nanyang Research Programme (NRP)

The Nanyang Research Programme (NRP) is offered to J1 Junior College students and Year 5 students in IP (Integrated Programme) Schools.

The NRP offers a variety of research topics from NTU’s four Colleges – College of Engineering, College of Science, College of Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences, and College of Business – as well as the National Institute of Education. It seeks to offer students with a keen interest in and aptitude for research the opportunity to engage in the process of intellectual inquiry by undertaking projects in a real research environment under the supervision of NTU faculty, scientists and researchers.

Participants in the NRP will undertake eight months of research activities (from April to December the following year), either individually or in a pair, culminating in the submission of a Research Paper (in January the following year) and an Oral Presentation session (in March). 

 

Projects offered in the NRP are classified into the following three categories: 

EngineeringSciencesBusiness, Humanities,
Arts & Social Sciences

Aerospace Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Science & Computer Engineering
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Environmental Engineering
Materials Science & Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Biology
Chemistry
Environmental Earth Science
Mathematics
Physics
Sports Science
Art, Design & Media
Arts & Social Sciences
Business
Communication & Information
Education