The prestigious Sino-Singapore Undergraduate Exchange Programme is spearheaded by the respective Ministries of Education of Singapore and China. Read about NUS' participation in the 2019 programme:
China Leg | Singapore Leg
Nineteen students from a variety of faculties participated in the Study Trip for Engagement and EnRichment (STEER) Programme to Israel and Jordan from 1 to 15 June. Themed “Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Creating Sustainable Solutions for Marginalised Communities”, the trip saw the students visit various technology start-ups and companies.
NUS and Duke University signed a Memorandum of Understanding to promote joint research and development activities between the two universities. Together, the universities aim to advance collaboration in the areas of global health, political science, Southeast Asian studies, business, public policy, and innovation and entrepreneurship, as well as facilitate more faculty and graduate student exchange opportunities.