|Start Date||Duration||Stipend||Posted On||Apply By|
3 Jun - 10 Jun'14
|8 Weeks||3000 Lump-Sum||12 Oct'13||8 Nov'13|
The Summer Research Internship program at Nanyang Technological University is now open. This is a fabulous opportunity for students interested in the area of research to pursue an internship abroad and gain experience from professors of a renowned university. The last date to apply is 19th October 2013 – hurry!
Nanyang Technological University (NTU) is a leading institution of higher education in the Asia-Pacific region. It offers broad-based and multi-disciplinary curricula that include schools of engineering, life sciences, communications, art, business, humanities and the social sciences. More than twenty percent of its undergraduate students hail from Asia-Pacific, including Indonesia, Malaysia, China, India, Thailand and Vietnam.
The Summer Research Internship (SRI) Program is a university wide research program initiated to stimulate a culture of research for the overseas undergraduates. Participants for this program will develop research interest, strong sense of cross-cultural intelligence; gain a network of friends and a better understanding of Singapore.
The SRI program is open to new students who have not been to Singapore previously. Undergraduate students currently enrolled as full time students in a Bachelor’s or Master’s program are eligible to apply.
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