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Joint-PhD Programme

 
​Description ​Research Centre Contact Details​
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NTU TUM JOINT PHD PROGRAMME
NTU and Technische Universität München (TUM) have signed an agreement on the 6th December 2010 that will enable both institutions to jointly offer PhD programme. ​Energy Research Institute @ NTU (ERIAN)
​Ms Huang Minying
MYHuang@ntu.edu.sg

 

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NTU GRENOBLE ALPES  JOINT PHD PROGRAMME
NTU and Institut Polytechnique de Grenoble (Grenoble INP) have signed an agreement on the 9th January 2012 that will enable both institutions to jointly offer PhD programme. Grenoble INP has changed its name to Université Grenoble Alpes (Grenoble Alpes). Energy Research Institute @ NTU (ERIAN) Ms Huang Minying
MYHuang@ntu.edu.sg
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NTU-MUV JOINT PHD PROGRAMME
​NTU and Medical Univesity of Vienna (MUV) has signed an agreement on 23rd October 2016 that enables both institutions to jointly offer a PhD programme. ​Nanyang Insitute of Technology in Health and Medicine (NITHM) ​Ms Suriani Rabu
NITHM@ntu.edu.sg
 
 
Programme Details
  • The idea of the programme is to undertake one joint piece of research under a minimum of two supervisors (one from NTU and one from partner University).
  • This is a four-year programme and successful candidate will receive a Joint PhD degree issued by both Universities, and spend half of their candidature in each institution.
  • Students interested in undertaking the programme must meet the academic entry requirements of both institutions.
 
Eligibility
  • There is no restriction as to the nationality of candidates but all things being equal, preference will be given to Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents.
  • You must have a First Class or 2nd Upper Honours at Bachelor's level
  • If you have not yet completed your undergraduate degree programme, you will need to furnish documentation from your university that you are on track to get a First Class Honours degree or equivalent.
 
Funding Support 
Recipients will receive support consistent with the existing Research Studentship Scheme (RSS).
 
Bond
There is no bond attached to the scholarship.