The National University of Singapore (NUS) is the most popular research and national public university in Singapore. Established in 1905, it is the oldest autonomous university of the country which was initially recognised as the Straits Settlements and Federated Malay States Government Medical School. The university offers undergraduate and graduation degree programmes in a wide range of disciplines. The top National University of Singapore courses includes sciences, computing, medicine and dentistry, arts and social sciences, engineering, design and environment, law, business and music. The National University of Singapore ranked in 8th position and is included in the top 10 universities of the world according to QS World University Ranking.
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There are 3 campuses at the National University of Singapore that are known as Bukit Timah, Kent Ridge and Outram along with 4 graduate and 13 undergraduate schools. Students can apply for any of the National University of Singapore Courses over 68 undergraduate and 220 postgraduate programs. It is a multidisciplinary research university that has 30 Research institutes and Centers at the university campus.
Kent Ridge: It is the main campus of NUS and is situated in the southwestern part of the country, adjacent to the Kent Ridge subzone of Queenstown. This campus covers an area of 170 ha or 420 acres in Singapore.
Outram campus: The Duke–NUS Medical School is a postgraduate medical school which is jointly established with Duke University and it is situated at the Outram campus.
Bukit Timah: The Bukit Timah campus of the university houses the Faculty of Law and Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy.
The university's affiliated faculty members and researchers include one Tang Prize laureate, one Nobel Prize laureate and one Vautrin Lud laureate. The university has IT and computing services. NUS hosts NUSNET which is used in teaching, learning, research and administration work of the university. The National University of Singapore Libraries comprises seven libraries that are: the Central Library, C J Koh Law Library, Hon Sui Sen Memorial Library, Music Library, Wan Boo Sow Chinese Library, the Medicine+Science Library and Yale-NUS College Library.
NUS has a free Internal Shuttle Bus system for the university students. The transportation facilities operate across the Bukit Timah and Kent Ridge campuses of the university.
Hostel and Facilities
The National University of Singapore (NUS) has three types of student accommodation that includes student residences, halls of residence and residential colleges. Approximately 6,000 residential places are distributed between student residences and halls of residence on the university campus. There are around 4,100 students living in the graduate residences and residential colleges.
The university has 7 Halls of Residence along with 3,000 residential places for accommodation of international students. NUS has a points system which is based on co-curricular activities and leadership roles to allocate residential places to students. The residential halls have their own interest groups and student productions for promoting the co-curricular activities of university students. All the residential halls compete with each other in the Inter-Hall Games that builds problem-solving, team working and leadership skills in students. .
The halls of residence at the National University of Singapore (NUS) are:
- Eusoff Hall
- Kent Ridge Hall
- King Edward VII Hall
- Raffles Hall
- Sheares Hall
- Temasek Hall
Beside these the university also has two other residences that are Prince George's Park Residences and UTown Residences. These residences house the undergraduate and graduate students of the university. The residences have 11 to 15 single rooms along with the facilities of shared kitchen and bathroom. The UTown Residences offers comfortable apartments for students to study and live.