East Asia and Pacific Summer Institutes for U.S. Graduate Students
(EAPSI)

The East Asia and Pacific Summer Institutes for U.S. Students (EAPSI) is a programme administered by the Office of International Science and Engineering (OISE) at the National Science Foundation (NSF). The primary goal of EAPSI is to introduce U.S. students to science, engineering and research activities undertaken at East Asian and Pacific universities and/or research institutions. It is hoped that this exposure will help these students initiate scientific relationships that will enhance future collaborations with their foreign counterparts.

In Singapore, the programme is headed by the National Research Foundation, and NUS is one of the host universities.

PROGRAM GUIDELINES

Please refer to the Program Guidelines available at National Science Foundation website. The Singapore handbook for EAPSI can be found here.

SCHEDULE OF ANNUAL CALL

The call is usually in November of each year. The outcome would be made known in March of the following year.

PAST INTERNS

NUS has hosted 71 interns since 2008.Please click here to see the list of past interns

CONTACT PERSON(S) FOR MORE INFORMATION

Name Contact
EAPSI Program 1-703-292-2993
oise-eapsi@nsf.gov
Ms Emmiline Ang +65 6684 2904
Emmiline_ANG@nrf.gov.sg
Ms Jane Lim +65 6601 1621
jane_lim@nus.edu.sg
Ms Joyce Goh +65 6516 3875
dprgsyj@nus.edu.sg

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