Published on 22 Feb 2024

Higher salaries for the Class of 2023

NTU Singapore graduates continue to be in demand by employers, with close to nine in 10 graduates from the Class of 2023 in the labour force employed within six months after completing their final examinations.

4,522 NTU Singapore graduates responded to the 2023 Joint Autonomous Universities Graduate Employment Survey (JAUGES) jointly conducted by NTU and the other Autonomous Universities. This also includes 27 Biomedical Sciences & Chinese Medicine graduates and 71 Medicine graduates from the Class of 2022 who took part in a follow-up survey.

NTU’s Class of 2023 earned higher salaries, with a mean gross monthly salary of $4,511 for fresh graduates in full-time permanent employment , an increase from $4,443 in 2022. Their median gross monthly salary was also higher at $4,250, an increase from $4,200 in 2022.

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