NUS Highlights

Learn how our transformative education and multidisciplinary research have nurtured effective global leaders, impacted society and transformed lives for the better.

President's Welcome

We are Singapore’s flagship university. We hope you will be inspired by the many fascinating facets that make NUS a leading global university centred in Asia.

Shaping the Future

“At NUS, we are moving boldly — and concertedly — to expand tomorrow's frontiers. We believe that we have the power to shape the future, for the better.”

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Come discover our exciting and vibrant campus and find out why #NUSLife is invigorating and fulfilling.

Thought Leadership

Distinguished thought leaders, movers and shakers in Singapore and across the globe gather regularly on campus to share their insights and engage in intellectual discourse.


Singapore has a vision for tomorrow – to improve work and employment

In Deputy Prime Minister Lawrence Wong’s speech at a recent Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) Singapore Perspectives conference, he highlighted three challenges relating to work - changing nature of work, retirement security and income distribution. Mr Wong also spoke about corresponding responses to these challenges. While those aims are not new, what struck Associate Professor in Practice Terence Ho from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at NUS was the opportunity we have to transform society by making work better.

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Commentary: The evidence of Singapore’s preparedness efforts is clear

As Singapore and the world enter the fourth year of the pandemic, the public health situation and the scientific understanding of the virus have changed considerably. Measures that once worked in 2020, are no longer sustainable. While COVID-19 will, unfortunately, stay with us for the considerable future, Singapore’s evidence-based approach to pandemic preparedness has stood it in good stead to navigate the changing landscape in a proactive, rather than reactive manner, said Dr Khoo Yoong Khean, Scientific Officer and Dr Ruklanthi de Alwis, Deputy Director, both from the Duke-NUS Centre for Outbreak Preparedness.

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