International Scholarships

Scholarships for Students

NTU has various scholarship schemes that students may apply for. These are administered either by the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid (OAFA), the student's respective school or external organisations.

Scholarships for undergraduates

Scholarships for graduate students


Sponsorship for Faculty

The STINT Programme

NTU is proud to be one of the partners in the STINT Programme for Excellence in Teaching that is spearheaded by the Swedish government. Set up in 1994, The Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education's mission is to internationalise Swedish higher education and research. STINT promotes knowledge and competence development within internationalisation and invests in internationalisation projects proposed by researchers, educators and leadership at Swedish universities. 

STINT promotes internationalisation as an instrument to:

  • Enhance the quality of research and higher education
  • Increase the competitiveness of universities
  • Strengthen the attractiveness of Swedish universities

STINT's mission is to encourage renewal within internationalisation through new collaboration forms and new partners. For example, STINT invests in young researchers' and teachers' international collaborations. Moreover, STINT's ambition is to be a pioneer in establishing strategic cooperation with emerging countries in research and higher education.

For more information, please visit the STINT website.

Opportunities outside NTU

​​​Asia Bridge Programme

Shizuoka University, a leading Japanese national university, offers a Master's degree program in English called the Asia Bridge Program (ABP) for students to develop academically and professionally.

Working closely with Shizuoka-based global corporations such as Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki and etc, the program is designed to educate future global leaders for business and society.

Students holding passports from Singapore and other ASEAN countries are eligible for tuition aid (including 1st year full tuition fee being waived).

It is a 2-year program in Science and Technology field.

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