Renaissance Engineering Programme (REP)

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Renaissance Engineering Programme

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The Renaissance Engineering Programme is NTU’s flagship engineering programme that aims to nurture engineering leaders with an entrepreneurial spirit to serve society. 

Our integrated and fully residential programme covers a broad spectrum of multidisciplinary subjects bridging engineering, business and humanities. This four-and-a-half-year dual-degree programme comprises Bachelor of Engineering Science (with specialisation in a chosen engineering discipline), awarded by College of Engineering; and Master of Science in Technology Management, awarded by Nanyang Business School.


• Team-based learning pedagogy
• Leadership development
• Taught by top faculty (REP Fellows)
• Residential experience and student life

Admission Qualifications

Applicants should possess the requisite pre-university qualifications in order to be admitted to the Programme. 

Admission Requirements

QualificationsMinimum Subject Requirements
Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘A’ Level 
  • H2 Level pass in Mathematics, and
  • H2 Level pass in Physics or Chemistry or Biology or Computing and
  • H1 Level/'O' Level pass in Physics/equivalent.
International Baccalaureate Diploma
  • Mathematics at Higher Level
  • Physics or Chemistry or Biology or Computer Science at Higher Level
  • Physics at Standard Level or equivalent pass for applicants who have not read Physics at Higher Level.
NUS High School Diploma
  • Major CAP of 2.0 in Mathematics, and Physics or Chemistry or Biology.
  • An overall CAP of 2.0 in Physics is applicable to applicants who have not majored in Physics.
Polytechnic Diploma
  • 'O' Level pass in Physics.
  • A good GPA in an Engineering-related diploma
International Qualifications
  • Mathematics at Senior High School Level
  • Physics or Chemistry or Biology at Senior High School Level
  • Physics at Junior High School Level for those without Physics at Senior High School Level
  • A good grade in General Paper or English at Senior High School Level.

Applicants may refer to the NTU Office of Admissions and Financial Aid website for details and advices


All applicants seeking admission to the Renaissance Engineering Programme are required to submit their application via NTU Admissions website. As admission to the REP is in conjunction with admission to a NTU Premier Scholars Programme, applicants are required to submit a personal essay and provide at least 1 referee's appraisal with their applications. Shortlisted candidates are required to attend interviews and produce relevant supporting documents for verification.

No Exemptions

The Renaissance Engineering Programme (REP) is an integrated, rigorous and fully residential programme with a curriculum that covers a broad spectrum of multidisciplinary subjects which integrates engineering, science, business, technology management and humanities.

 This 4.5-year programme awards a dual-degree:

  • Bachelor of Engineering Science degree (with specialisation in a chosen engineering discipline) awarded by the College of Engineering
  • Master of Science in Technology Management awarded by the Nanyang Business School

Year 2 specialisation

 The Programme includes specialisation drawn from the engineering programme of the six Engineering Schools. Starting from Year 2, you can choose to specialise in one of these areas of discipline:

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Bioengineering
  • Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Electrical & Electronic Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Materials Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

Year 3 - Overseas study

You will take Year 3 at one of the following* overseas partner universities:

  • University of California, Berkeley - specialises in engineering, research and entrepreneurship.
  • Imperial College London - specialises primarily in science, engineering, management and medicine.
  • University of British Columbia - specialises in engineering, research and cross-disciplinary collaboration.
  • University of Toronto - specialises in entrepreneurship and innovation with diverse student life.
  • University of Waterloo - specialises in problem-based and experiential learning.

*subject to change without notice

Year 3 - Professional Attachment

In Year 3, you will also participate in Professional Attachment in either the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe or Singapore.

Years 4 and 5 – Master of Science (Technology Management) and Renaissance Capstone Project (RCP) or Final Year Project (FYP)

In Years 4 and 5, you will take core and elective courses in the management of technology in addition to completing your undergraduate courses and the Renaissance Capstone Project (RCP) or the Final Year Project (FYP).



REP Core Interdisciplinary Courses  (Year 1 to 4)
Interdisciplinary Collaborative Core (Year 1 to 3) 
(Year 2 to 4)
Broadening and Deepening Electives
(Year 3 to 4)
MSc Technology Management
(Year 4 to 5) 
1) Mathematics, Sciences And Engineering Discipline

  • Mathematics I & II
  • Chemical And Biomolecular Engineering Fundamentals And Applications
  • Electronic & Information Engineering
  • Introduction To Engineering Mechanics
  • Materials & Manufacturing
  • Introductory Thermal Sciences, Electricity & Magnetism
  • Engineering Computation
  • Engineers in Society
  • Renaissance Design I & II
2) Business

  • Fundamentals Of Management
  • Accounting for Managerial Decisions
  • Foundations of Engineering Leadership 
  • Financial Management
  • Strategic Marketing

    1) Common Core

    • Writing Across the Disciplines
    • Navigating the Digital World
    • Ethics & Civics in a Multicultural World
    • Healthy Living & Wellbeing
    • Sustainability: Society, Economy & Environment
    • Career & Innovative Enterprise for the Future World
    • Science & Technology for Humanity

    2) Foundational Core

    • Communicating as a 21st Century Engineer
    • Introduction to Data Science & Artificial Intelligence
    • Professional Attachment

    Core And Elective Courses In Following Engineering Specialisations

    • Aerospace Engineering
    • Bioengineering
    • Chemical And Biomolecular Engineering
    • Civil Engineering
    • Computer Engineering
    • Computer Science
    • Electrical & Electronic Engineering
    • Environmental Engineering
    • Materials Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering




    • Broadening courses
    • Advanced Topics In Engineering Leadership
    • Business Analytics And Applied Machine Learning
    • Ethics & Governance Issues In Technology Management
    • Operations & Supply Chains
    • Digital Transformation
    • The Law Of Obligations & Intellectual Property
    • System Thinking And Holistic Decision Making
    • Entrepreneurship, Strategy And Innovation: Real World Applications
    • MSc Elective

    Note: These MSc Courses Are Subject To Change



    REP graduates will have the potential to develop into next-generation Industry Leaders (including Chief Executive Officers/Chief Technology Officers) who will be at the forefront, enabled and well-positioned for the Grand challenges of Engineering for the 21st Century.

    With the broad-based interdisciplinary curriculum of the programme, REP graduates are well-equipped with the knowledge and skills to handle multi-faceted jobs in different industries.

    The industries for REP graduates include but not limited to:

    • Aviation
    • Banking and Finance Industry
    • Biomedical & Pharmaceutical
    • Consulting
    • Consumer Products
    • Government
    • Internet & Information Technology
    • Other Engineering Manufacturing & Activities
    • Petrochemical
    Our Bachelor of Engineering Science (Engineering Specialisation) degree at NTU Renaissance Engineering Programme (REP) is accredited by The Institution of Engineers Singapore, the Singapore signatory of the Washington Accord, through its Engineering Accreditation Board. The Washington Accord is an international agreement for mutual recognition of the substantial equivalence of engineering academic programmes in satisfying the academic requirements for the practice of engineering at the professional level.