Empowering all Women in NTU

​Women@NTU is an NTU initiative to bring together the NTU community interested in increasing diversity and excellence by providing a platform for exchanging ideas, to advance and promote the roles of women at the university and beyond.

This year will be the Year of Celebrating SG Women.  Let’s come together to create and catalyse solutions that will shift societal mindsets to foster a more equitable society for both men and women. Beyond celebrating the contributions of women who are changing the world, it's important for us to recognise the work of other women and empower them to do the same.

Women@NTU aims to be the runner nexus in advancing women roles at NTU, providing strategic solutions to lead and propel the advancement of women in academia, research, and university administration.


About Us

Women@NTU was inspired and formalised in 2018 to enhance gender equality and diversity for women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) fields.

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POWERS Programme

The new POWERS (Promotion of Women in Engineering, Research, and Science) programme focuses on empowering women by creating a supportive ecosystem through connection, research and education, with a long-term goal of increasing gender diversity in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).

Join Us in STEM

Women have made some of the most remarkable breakthroughs in Science, Technology and Engineering. The possibilities are limitless!

Be inspired by the amazing discoveries and aspirations of leading female innovators.


NTU WiEST Conference Grant

Started in 2014, the Women in Engineering, Science & Technology (WiEST) Conference Grant supports and facilitates networking and development opportunities for young female engineers and scientists to embark on their early careers in their respective STEM fields. The grant is supported by the Julia & Ken Gouw Foundation, Micron Technology, and NTU's College of Engineering and College of Science.

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L’Oréal-UNESCO for Women in Science Fellowships

The L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science programme highlights the achievements of younger women in their early stages of scientific careers. Each year, the international rising talents programme selects 15 most promising women scientists among 250 national and regional young talents. The talents will receive an endowment of €15,000 and leadership training.

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Venus International Women Award

The Venus International Award was instituted in 2016 by the Centre for Advanced Research and Design (CARD) of Venus International Foundation (VIF), and is presented yearly in March during the Annual Women's Meet (AWM). The Venus International Award is a certificate that recognises individuals for their quality, reliability and competence to apply knowledge and skills to carry out specific tasks.

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Join Us to Propel Women in STEM

Join our efforts to ignite new ideas, amplify existing programs, inspire and empower women in STEM. Together, we can help support women to succeed and have access to opportunities at every step of their education and career.

We welcome individuals, universities, non-profit organisations, societies, and corporations as our partners, please write to us at women@ntu.edu.sg


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Sponsorship & Giving

Contact Us

Women@NTU is located at Graduate College Office:

61 Nanyang Drive, Academic Block North, ABN-01b-11, Singapore 637335
For a quick lookup, browse the NTU interactive NTU map.

For enquiries, please write to us at women@ntu.edu.sg