The University is setting up its fourth Research Institute in China to promote innovation and support start-ups in both countries.
The NUS Guangzhou Research Translation and Innovation Institute (NUSGRTII) in the south-eastern city of Guangzhou will be operational by the first half of 2022. It will train over 3,200 Chinese PhD and Master’s students, post-doctoral fellows as well as professionals over 10 years.
Located within the CSGKC, NUSGRTII will focus on education, research and collaborations in smart cities, infocomm technology, electronic science and technology, and advanced manufacturing.
It will also offer education programmes in technology innovation and entrepreneurship, starting with the full-time NUS PhD by Innovation Programme and the NUS Technology Access Programme which will both accept their inaugural batch in 2022. Other programmes include the Master of Science (MSc) in Venture Creation and post-doctoral training. These programmes will be conducted in Singapore.
Scholarships will be offered by the local district and city governments as well as corporate sponsors to support Chinese students for their studies at NUS.
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