Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

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A research-intensive public university, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) has 33,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students in the colleges of Engineering, Business, Science, Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences, and its Interdisciplinary Graduate School. It has a new medical school, the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, set up jointly with Imperial College London.

NTU is also home to world-class autonomous institutes – the National Institute of Education, S Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Earth Observatory of Singapore, and Singapore Centre on Environmental Life Sciences Engineering – and various leading research centres such as the Nanyang Environment & Water Research Institute (NEWRI), Energy Research Institute @ NTU (ERI@N) and the Institute on Asian Consumer Insight (ACI).



NTU's main campus has been named one of Top 15 Most Beautiful in the World. It also has a campus in Novena, Singapore’s medical district.

For more information, visit www.ntu.edu.sg

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  • Is the school bus and city bus passes such a vast University. Supermarkets and plenty of food court, Starbucks and McDonald's, one town was like.
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  • there are many shuttle buses within the campus and from/to Pioneer metro station. the uphills downhills can be tiring to walk through though. lots of nature inside btw.  more »
  • Jeg besøkte universitetet i forbindelse med at min sønn studerer der. Jeg fikk en omvisning på universitetsområdet, og det var imponerende å se hvor tilrettelagt alt var for studentene. Det manglet in...  more »
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  • Really big and nice campus. There are some distinct architecture there. It's a bit hard to get to, but I think the distance effects how big the campus is. I didn't study there, I just visited so I'm not sure about the education though.
  • The International Manhood Chopping Ritual is well and truly underway. Besides being a joy to watch, the rituals also hold useful takeaways not just for eunuchs but also for us bootlickers as a collective whole. Take my rear-kissing of Mr NKH, for example (SMRT's CEO: Direct Experience, Expertise Not Always Needed for Candidate, 19 April 2018). Inadequate bedroom guards like me going against popular opinion shows that small folks like me should never be afraid to bullXXXX above my weight. Such a mindset will stand bootlickers like me in good stead as we grapple with the challenges of living in an era whereby people are daring enough to fight fake news, amidst the global stage. Throughout my life, Singaporeans showed angst and unhappiness against the higher-ups. These are adversarial qualities which are the real killers in defending my position as a champion eunuch. I have to be alert against fatigue and forces which threaten the apple -polishing mentality if I hope to continue to be a top eunuch. George Quek was already out of running for a spot in the knock-out stages, but persevered and continued to play his role well as an apologist. Likewise, having passion and a subservient attitude will help me go the distance. In the final minutes of the ritual, I threw all my dignity into the chance to bootlick, and left my rear unguarded. This allowed netizens to screw me big time, thus sealing my fate as a bedroom guard. I, too, cannot be complacent and let my guard down if it is to defend against the truth and continue my reign as a bedroom guard.
  • My first travel to Singapore is visit this University on Sept 5-6, 2018. NTU is so beautiful and comfortable campus to study natural science and technology. I have been trained for two days with professors from various parts of the world here and also physics teachers. Hopefully I can come here again and meet many scientists.
  • 5 stars to fight NUS
  • Really nice campus. Great facilities. Nice people. But if you're studying engineering, be forewarned that most modules are conducted with online, pre-recorded video lectures as the primary means of learning. It's hardly effective, nor what one would expect when signing up for a degree course at a leading local university.
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