Practicum provides an opportunity for students to gain working experience in the setting of services to elderly, facilitates networking with professionals in the field of ageing, and enhances career decisions and opportunities.

​Our practicum partners include:
  • Government Agency
  • Healthcare Services Organisation
  • Hospital
  • Social Services Organisation
  • Voluntary Welfare Organisation
Current Partners:
  • Gerontological Society of Singapore (GSS)
  • Presbyterian Community Services (PCS)
  • St. Andrew's Nursing Home
  • St Luke's ElderCare Residence
  • St Luke's ElderCare Ltd
  • Thye Hua Kwan Moral Charities
ARISE (Ageing Research Institute for Society and Education)
ARISE is a pan-university research institute that supports multidisciplinary research devoted to aged and ageing-related research, programmes and activities​.

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CePHaS (Centre for Population Health Sciences)
CePHas which is led by experts from LKCMedicine and supported by various healthcare and government agencies including the National Healthcare Group (NHG) focuses on fresh healthcare approaches such​ as developing smartphone apps to manage chronic diseases as well as address healthcare issues.

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LILY (NTU-UBC Research Centre of Excellence in Active Living for the Elderly)
The Joint NTU-UBC Research Centre of Excellence in Active Living for the Elderly (LILY) is a world-class research centre focused in the design of computing technologies that help the elderly enjoy an active and independent lifestyle.

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RRIS (Rehabilitation Research Institute of Singapore)
​Rehabilitation Research Institute of Singapore (RRIS) is a collaboration between Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) and National Healthcare Group (NHG). RRIS is established against the backdrop of a rapidly ageing Singapore society that expects a high quality healthcare system which delivers highly effective and productive services, it is expected to play a significant role facilitating more collaborative rehabilitation researches at a national, if not, regional level.

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