IN A ROW
(QS Top 50 Under 50 2014-2017)
Nanyang Technological University is the world's best young university. With a keen focus on research, academic excellence and innovation, the university has grown significantly in international stature over the years.
Driven by an ambition for distinction and progress, the university is internationally recognised in several spheres. The Nanyang Business School and NTU's College of Engineering were ranked the leading business school in Singapore and 2nd in Asia respectively.
With new offerings such as the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine and breakthroughs in water technologies, this global research powerhouse looks beyond existing achievements and towards making the world a safer place, transforming environmental sustainability, and becoming a world-class institute for Asia and the world.
QS World University Rankings 2018
2016 Nature Index
to receive 5 Stars
QS Stars University Rankings
Times Higher Education
Young University Rankings 2017
in Top 50 MBA Programmes
Financial Times Global Ranking 2018
in World’s Top
QS World University Rankings 2019
Singapore’s strategic location, top-notch infrastructure, complex cultural contrasts and first-rate tourist attractions contribute to her success as a leading destination for both business and pleasure.
Globally-connected and cosmopolitan, this little red dot is Southeast Asia’s leading trading and finance hub with one of the most prosperous economies in the world. Its strong governance and efficiency has made Singapore the second most business-friendly economy in the world (2016 The World Bank Group).
#1 City with Best
Business Environment Risk
Intelligence Report 2016
Economy in Asia
World Economic Forum,
Global Competitiveness Report 2015-16
Leader in Southeast
Asia and Oceania
Global Innovation Index 2015
Economist Intelligence Unit,
Country Forecasts Report 2014
At independence, Singapore was little more than a fishing village. But in just one generation, the trading port is now a First World city with an amalgam of different cultures, lifestyles and religions.
Coupled with a high quality of life, low crime rate and political stability, Singapore has been ranked as Asia’s most liveable city (ECA International 2015).