Through strategic collaborations with our global partners and active participation in global networks, NUS is able to offer diverse and enriching global education, research and entrepreneurial programmes. Students have the opportunity to gain valuable cross-cultural experience and develop a strong appreciation of global issues alongside perspectives from Asia. Faculty are well-connected with other globally-oriented colleagues around the world, collaborating in educational and research activities that cannot be achieved with the same effects in one location.

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Global Alliances And Networks

NUS is a member of seven global university networks that leverage on member universities' diverse and distinctive strengths for excellence in education and research. Its contributions in some of these networks are:

  • NUS President was Chair of IARU from 2009 to 2012
  • NUS President is a Steering Committee member of APRU
  • NUS sits on the Board of Trustees for the ASEAN University Network
  • NUS is a founding member of Universitas 21

NUS will continue its active participation in these global networks and develop impactful programmes to establish its leadership role in education and research in Asia.

News - 2017

01 December 2017

Danish PM stops by NUS

Prime Minister of Denmark Lars Løkke Rasmussen visited NUS University Town (UTown) on 30 November, accompanied by his wife, Mrs Sólrun Løkke Rasmussen and a Danish delegation. Hosted by NUS President Designate Professor Tan Eng Chye, he was treated to a short tour of the Stephen Riady Centre at UTown on an Autonomous Vehicle developed by researchers from NUS and the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology.

06 October 2017

Forging partnerships with Sweden

To explore possibilities for further collaboration between NUS and universities in Sweden, NUS was honoured by a visit from Swedish Minister for Higher Education and Research, Ms Helene Hellmark Knutsson, on 5 October. Accompanied by His Excellency Håkan Jevrell, Ambassador of Sweden to Singapore, as well as a delegation of leaders from Sweden’s top academic institutes, Ms Knutsson was hosted by Professor Ho Teck Hua, NUS Deputy President (Research & Technology) and Professor Andrew Wee, NUS Vice President (University and Global Relations).

20 July 2017

Teeing off to closer ties

NUS and the University of Malaya (UM) further cemented their strong and longstanding ties through the 49th edition of the UM-NUS Inter-University Tunku Chancellor Golf Tournament from 19 to 20 July. NUS Chancellor and Singapore President Dr Tony Tan Keng Yam hosted the official dinner reception on 19 July, with UM Chancellor, His Royal Highness (HRH) Sultan Dr Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah, the Sultan of the State of Perak, in attendance.

15 May 2017

Asian universities deepen ties

NUS was among the 15 leading Asian universities which formed the Asian Universities Alliance (AUA) to collectively address regional and international challenges in higher education and the economy, as well as in terms of scientific and technological advancement. NUS Deputy President (Academic Affairs) and Provost Professor Tan Eng Chye represented NUS at the launch of AUA on 29 April in Beijing, China.

29 March 2017

New partnerships with French institutions

NUS has inked partnerships with four French institutions, namely Paris Descartes University, IFP School, PickCell, and the International Public Policy Association, to further its international collaboration in education and research. This follows a long-standing tradition of cooperation and warm relations between Singapore and France.

17 March 2017

Partnering for smart cities

In conjunction with the setting up of its global headquarters in Singapore, the international arm of leading new industry city (NIC) developer China Fortune Land Development (CFLD) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with NUS Business Analytics Centre (BAC) — a partnership between NUS Business and NUS Computing — on 17 March to drive innovation and leverage business analytics research to address smart city industry challenges. The University is CFLD’s first international education partner.

27 February 2017

Singapore, China ink pacts to deepen cooperation in bilateral projects

Singapore and China signed four cooperation pacts on the sidelines of the Joint Council for Bilateral Cooperation in Beijing. Among them was a letter of intent that was signed by NUS, the Suzhou Industrial Park Administrative Committee and the Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology to deepen cooperation in the biomedical industry. Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean and Chinese Vice-Premier Zhang Gaoli witnessed the signing ceremony.

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