NTU - Nanyang Technological University
PSL and Singapore's Nanyang Technological University (NTU) signed an agreement in 2018 to organize student mobility between the two universities and strengthen their research collaborations.
PSL and the Nanyang University of Technology in Singapore signed a collaboration agreement in 2018 to organize a student exchange program at the Bachelor's and Master's levels.
Beyond this student mobility agreement, numerous research collaborations are active between NTU and PSL members, notably in the field of chemical biology with researchers from the Ecole Normale Supérieure - PSL, in the genetics of aging with the Institut Curie and in the field of advanced materials with the ENS - PSL and the ESPCI Paris - PSL. These collaborations are the subject of regular colloquia and visits and are intended to be structured in a more formal way with the support of the Franco-Singaporean Merlion funding program offered by the French Embassy in Singapore, the establishment of specific agreements and dissertaton grants and closer ties with the CNRS Research Structures established in Singapore.
PSL also has an institutional representation in Singapore. The purpose of this representation is to strengthen the links between PSL and all the university and research partners present in Singapore.
About Nanyang Technological University
Nanyang University joined the National University of Singapore in 1980 and was incorporated into a new institute of technology, the Nanyang Technological Institute (NTI), in 1981. In 1991, NTI became Nanyang Technological University-NTU, the second university in Singapore to use the English language.
NTU is a multidisciplinary research university, covering the fields of science, engineering, business, humanities and social sciences, arts, medicine. It welcomes 33,000 students of all levels. It includes two national research centers of excellence in Earth observation, life and environmental sciences. It is developing a significant international opening with more than 300 international partnerships. It is recognized for the quality of its campus, which has been built in compliance with environmental standards. It has risen very quickly in the rankings and is ranked among the Top 20 best universities in the world.