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3.6.3    Summer Programmes and Study Trips

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Summer programmes are short-term academic programmes of between three and seven weeks, typically with components of field trips and social activities, that take place during May to August. Students who are interested in programmes of a shorter duration can choose from a variety of summer programmes in multidisciplinary areas offered by NUS Faculty of Science and/or our overseas partners. These partners include University of Toronto, Hokkaido University and The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology.

The Faculty of Science also works with La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia, for a study trip as   part of an NUS module on “Nanotechnology: from Research Bench to Industrial Applications”. Students will undertake a variety of learning activities done in collaboration with La Trobe students before, during and after the visit to Japan. During the study trip to Japan, students will get to visit University of Tokyo’s Physics & Material Science facilities and Japan’s national research laboratories in Tsukuba and/or other outstanding research laboratories/institutions, as well as attend the Nanotech Exhibition and Conference.

For more information, please visit https://www.science.nus.edu.sg/education/undergraduates/study-abroad-programmes/outgoing/summer-programmes/ and https://www.science.nus.edu.sg/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/SP3277-1.pdf

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