Hello alumni, welcome back.
The NTU alumni community of more than 257,000 graduates in over 160 countries have made amazing achievements and impact in their respective fields. These range from groundbreaking research to the founding of successful firms behind cutting-edge products and services.
Many of our alumni are actively involved in the University's activities, where they volunteer their time and expertise to mentor students, organise events, serve on the Alumni Council and foster alumni ties in the respective alumni associations. They have also contributed towards supporting NTU's students, programmes, research and pedagogical endeavours.
Your ties with NTU do not end at graduation. The University takes pride in your success and shares in your aspirations. As valued members of our global alumni family, we treasure our relationship with you, and support you through various alumni programmes and activities. As an NTU alumnus, you enjoy a myriad of benefits and privileges too.
Calling NTU alumni: Will you chip in?
Members of the NTU community asked to donate their used laptops and accessories, or contribute their own time and expertise towards the University’s various volunteering programmes.
From Team NTU to Team Singapore
Two NTU alumni, para-powerlifter Nur’Aini Mohamad Yasli (SSS/2017) and para-archer Nur Syahidah Alim (WKWSCI/2013) will be flying Singapore’s flag high at the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
Extraordinary women, inspiring journeys
Three alumnae were recognised in the inaugural 2021: Singapore 40-over-40 Inspiring Women Awards that celebrate the achievements of 40 women in their respective careers. We learn about their journeys and what makes them extraordinary.
NTU alumni showcase award-winning entrepreneurial spirit
Two startups founded by NTU alumni won at the Entrepreneurship World Cup (EWC) Singapore held in June 2021. The third edition of the EWC saw more than 100 local startups competing for three National Champion titles, and the chance to compete in the Global Finals later this year.
MOE Teaching Information Sessions 2021
The Ministry of Education will be conducting various information sessions to address queries regarding teaching as a career, career prospects in education and what it feels like to make a difference as a teacher. Find out the dates of the various info sessions and sign up now.
Discover new opportunities and register for the workshops led by speakers from NTU such as Prof Lam Kwok Yan (SCSE/NTC) and Assoc Prof Farhan Ali (NIE). With over 50 online workshops across 6 core themes, SkillsFuture@SIT is designed to help mid-career job seekers and fresh graduates upskill and reskill, to stay relevant and employable. This event is hosted by SIT and supported by NTU.
Speaking Workshop: Evaluate to Elevate
At this workshop, participants will learn from Distinguished Toastmaster and MAE alumnus Mr Johnny Teo on how to provide constructive and effective feedback during a speech evaluation. This event is organised by the NTU Alumni Toastmasters Club.
MakanNight! Challenge by NTUitive
Join NTUitive's upcoming MakanNight! Challenge to address the challenge statement: "How can we adjust our study and meeting spaces on our NTU campus to meet the future concept of workspaces?" The top 3 teams stand to win cash prizes of up to S$1,000. Register and submit your proposal by 31 Aug 2021.
Support your alma mater's mission in becoming a world-class institution with future-ready graduates. You can serve as mentors to your juniors to help them navigate their career path, offer internship opportunities, speak at events, or join an alumni association to help foster a vibrant, engaged and cohesive NTU alumni community.
Become a mentor
Offer your guidance and support as a mentor to your juniors, to help them navigate their career path and achieve their aspirations.
Join an alumni association
Build longstanding and meaningful relationship with fellow alumni through our global network of alumni associations and circles.