All LKCMedicine students are guaranteed accommodation within one of the 18 on-campus Halls of Residence, where you can take part in an enriching array of multicultural Hall activities and develop lifelong relationships with students from various backgrounds, cultures, nationalities and academic disciplines. More information about undergraduate on-campus housing at NTU can be found here.
An on-campus Medical Centre provides outpatient and minor surgery services. The NTU Healthy Lifestyle Unit organises regular health education and healthy lifestyle programmes for students, as well as health and wellbeing programmes such as the provision of free eye screening. For more information about these services, please click here.
Several NTU Student Clubs and Societies provide you with the opportunity to help those who are disadvantaged and to give back to the community, while gaining invaluable life skills, knowledge and cross-cultural awareness.
You can hone your leadership skills and serve your fellow students by being part of the LKCMedicine Students’ Medical Society and the NTU Student Union. Student engagement and representation is encouraged on several LKCMedicine governance committees where as a student, you have the opportunity to give direct feedback on the LKCMedicine programme.