There's more to life than just studying! As an SPMS student, you have numerous opportunities to enrich your university experience by participating in activities organised by the SPMS Club or Graduate Student Club, including festival celebrations, sporting events, and community events. Incoming freshmen can take part in an Orientation and Transition programme packed with exciting games and activities.
Throughout your time at SPMS, our Student Welfare team is working to ensure that you have all the help you need, both inside and outside the classroom, including counselling and mentoring services. We help organise a peer tutoring service for students who need assistance with their coursework. We also provide extensive career planning support, including coaching services, to help you gain an advantage in starting your career after graduation.
I met some of my closest NTU buddies through student activities organised by SPMS. School activities provide the perfect platform for anyone wanting to explore new things and have fun before we embark into the working world. Enrich your student life and enjoy the ride - you won't regret it!”
BSc in Physics, Class of 2022
SPMS Club President, 2020–2021
A myriad of activities awaits you! Take your pick from sporting events, social activities, community initiatives, and more, all organised by fellow SPMS undergraduates.
Graduate Student Club
Graduate students in SPMS can look forward to a range of activities organised by the Graduate Student Club, such as sporting tournaments, graduate seminars, and nature walks.
We provide pastoral services, peer and faculty mentoring, and many other forms of support for the SPMS student community.
Orientation and Transition
The SPMS Orientation and Transition programme provides incoming freshmen with important information about university life, alongside fun and exciting bonding activities.
A peer tutoring service for SPMS undergraduate coursework, focusing on Year 1 and 2 core courses.
Students can relax and hang out at the Student Lounge on level 4 of the SPMS building.