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TOWARDS A UNIVERSITY OF GLOBAL EXCELLENCE. Professor ER Meng Hwa Deputy President Nanyang Technological University. 19 October 2003. Excellence in University Education. NTU VISION. University of Global Excellence; Steep in Ideals, Passion, Creativity & Entrepreneurialism. NTU MISSION.

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ntu vision
NTU VISION
  • University of Global Excellence; Steep in Ideals, Passion, Creativity & Entrepreneurialism
ntu mission
NTU MISSION
  • Educating Leaders & Advancing Knowledge for Singapore and Beyond
slide4
NTU: Facts and Figures
  • Established in 1981 on the 200-hectare ground of the former Nanyang University.
  • 10 Constituent schools / institutes:
      • School of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE)
      • School of Computer Engineering (SCE)
      • School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE)
      • School of Materials Engineering (SME)
      • School of Mechanical and Production Engineering (MPE)
      • School of Biological Sciences (SBS)
      • School of Communication and Information (SCI)
      • Nanyang Business School (NBS)
      • National Institute of Education (NIE)
      • Institute of Defence & Strategic Studies (IDSS)
slide5
NTU: Facts and Figures
    • Additional schools being formed –
      • Physical Science
      • Humanities and Social Sciences
      • Design and Media
    • Residential campus with beds for about 9000 students in 15 Halls of Residence
    • Physical space: 200 hectares land, more than 400,000 sq m of academic space
slide6
NTU: Facts and Figures
    • Undergraduate degrees in 7 engineering disciplines, Biological Sciences, Business, Accountancy, Communication Studies, Science/Arts with Education
    • 42 Graduate degrees at Master level;
    • 29 Graduate degrees by research at Master and PhD levels.
    • Total student population of about 25,050; total staff strength of about 3,550
    • Presently, there are about 1100 enrolled as PhD students.
    • Alumni strength of about 80,000
    • Overseas network with about 197 universities in 36 different countries.
ntu academic programmes total student enrolment ay02 03 25 054
NTU: ACADEMIC PROGRAMMESTotal Student Enrolment AY02-03 = 25,054

* Includes Postgraduate/graduate Diploma Students

# NIE Diploma Students

8 key strategic directions
8 Key Strategic Directions
  • Building a comprehensive university
  • New undergraduate experience
  • Positioning research for greater impact & relevance
  • International Strategy
  • Student & professor centric mindset
  • Building a distinct culture & character
  • Creating entrepreneurial environment & ecosystem
  • New dimensions of learning
global links
Global Links
  • Satellite Engineering U of Surrey
  • Environmental Engineering Stanford University
  • Innovation in Manufacturing MIT
  • Systems & Technology
  • Materials Engineering Cambridge University
  • All Engineering Fields Imperial College
  • Advanced Numerical MIT
  • Engineering Simulations U of Southern California
  • U of Queensland
  • Tsinghua University
  • Biomedical Sc & Engrg U of Washington
  • Caltech; U of Miami
  • Hotel Management Cornell
  • Financial Engineering Carnegie Mellon
  • Management; Civil Engrg Shanghai Jiaotong U
slide12
Key collaborative programmes established
  • in recent years
    • Research and education in Bioengineering, Biomedical Engrg, Medicine & Biology with University of Washington
    • Research collaboration and manpower training with Zhejiang, Shanghai Jiaotong, Xi’an, Tianjin and Huazhong Universities
    • MSc in Financial Engineering with Carnegie Mellon University
    • Dual MBA programme with University of St Gallen
    • Nanyang Fellows Programme with Sloan School of Management
    • Dual MSc in Human Factors Engineering withLinkopping University
slide13
Key collaborative programmes (contd.)
    • Joint degree with Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
    • Executive MBA programme, dual MSc in Environmental Management and Construction Management with Shanghai Jiaotong University
    • Technopreneurship and Innovation Programme (TIP) with University of Washington
    • Asian Business Case studies & joint Executive Programme with University of Western Ontario
    • Project Discovery for B.Acc with University of Illinois
    • World Internet Project with UCLA
    • Asian Environmental Engineering Alliance with KAIST, Univ of Tokyo, National Taiwan UnivandUniv of Hong Kong
slide14
Singapore-MIT Alliance (SMA)
    • NTU hosts the ‘Innovation in Manufacturing Systems & Technology (IMST)’ programme
    • Commenced in Yr 2000 – intake of 27, 34 and 44 for Yr 2000, 2001, 2002 respectively
    • IMST Fellows from NTU, MIT engineering faculty, Nanyang Business School and Sloan School of Management
    • Joint research activities with MIT IMST faculty have been established.
    • Presently, there are 10 SMA PhD students; 13 NTU faculty participate in the SMA.
slide15
Singapore-Stanford Programme (SSP)
    • Recently established NTU-Stanford initiative; forged at faculty level
    • Under EDB’s World Class Universities Programme; initial duration of 5 years
    • Joint development of MSc and PhD core courses in Environmental Science and Engineering
    • NTU & Stanford professors co-teach at both locations; some courses also to be taken by regular NTU and Stanford graduate students; face-to-face and distant learning modes
    • 2003 – 1st intake of 18 students
    • “Clean Water Programme”