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NUS and NTU rise up global university rankings – and NTU’s materials science faculty is now the best in the world
Both universities are in the world's top 50, and top 3 for Asia.
Singapore students now have more overseas internship opportunities under new Enterprise Singapore programme
86% of students and 70% of graduates were willing to consider an overseas job posting in Southeast Asia.
Over half of Singaporean graduates work in fields unrelated to what they studied – but most still find their degrees very useful
A small 4% said their degrees were completely useless.
While NUS fared better in academic and employer reputation, NTU had scored better in institutional research quality.
2 Singapore students scored a place in the Google Science Fair global finals for their project on converting food waste into clean energy
The two National Junior College students came out tops among 100 regional finalist teams and will be heading to the global finals in July.
NUS accepts 10 recommendations on dealing with sexual misconduct – including a minimum 1-year suspension for serious cases
NUS just agreed to improve its support framework for victims and implement stricter punishments for offenders.
Over 20 students have fallen ill after eating at an NUS residential college – they showed symptoms of gastroenteritis, including diarrhoea and v...
A source familiar with the situation said that the students dined at the Ridge View Residential College on Tuesday and Wednesday.
After 40 years, Singapore is ending the streaming system that divided secondary students into Express and Normal streams – here’s what you need ...
Instead, there will be subject-based banding, where students take up subjects of varying levels depending on their strengths.
Disadvantaged Singapore students do well globally, but find it harder to match their top peers: OECD report
When it comes to "national resilience", which looks at how these students' science scores fared against the top performers in their own countries, only one in 10 of Singapore's disadvantaged students met the mark.