Division of
Natural and Applied Sciences

NTU Global Connect Fellowship (GCF)

NTU Singapore Global Connect Fellowship (GCF) is an exciting opportunity for students to spend their summer in Singapore on our vibrant, international, state-of-the-art NTU campus from 20 May – 20 July 2024, with an application deadline of 1 March 2024. GCF will attract globally the best and brightest final year bachelor’s or master’s degrees students graduating in 2025 with a keen research interest. We welcome students from all disciplines to join us as Global Connect Fellows to take part in the cutting-edge research underway at NTU.
 
NTU Singapore Global Connect Fellowship Programme Benefits:
• $5000 Stipend: Students receive a generous stipend of SGD 5,000 for dedicated participation in the 2-month immersive research program along with complimentary housing on NTU’s Yunan Garden campus.

• Research Mentorship from World-Leading Faculty: Gain access to some of the world’s leading scientists and faculty for valuable guidance for a nourishing and enriching research experience.

• The Singapore Experience: Research and network in one of the world’s most cutting-edge, vibrant, dynamic, and multicultural cities which is a gateway to Asia.  

• NTU Singapore Campus: Live, work, and play on a SMART, state-of-the-art campus ranked as amongst the top 15 most beautiful campuses globally.

• Master Classes for Professional Development: Attend specialized seminars designed to enhance your professional skills, providing insights into various aspects of academic and research careers.

• Symposium Presentation: Showcase your research findings by presenting at the GCF Symposium, offering a platform to share your work with peers, faculty, and professionals.

• Social Engagement: Enjoy a vibrant social community by participating in activities designed for bonding with fellow participants, fostering a sense of camaraderie and collaboration.

• Networking Opportunities: Engage in networking events, workshops, and seminars that connect you with professionals, researchers, and peers, expanding your professional network and creating lasting connections.

*Interested DKU students please contact Prof. Kai Huang (kai.huang186@duke.edu) or Prof. Feng Tian (feng.tian978@dukekunshan.edu.cn). Note that if you’re not a DKU student, please directly approach NTU.