Joint PhD Program
In 2019, NUS and SJTU have established partnership for Joint PhD programme in Engineering, which is well-received by students. Plans to expand the programme by encompassing more fields for the Joint PhD programme is in progress.
NUS and SJTU enjoy a long standing partnership for the student exchange programme since the collaboration started in the 1990s. The programme remains very popular amongst NUS and SJTU students with approximately 30 students benefiting from the programme each year.
Collaboration in Research
The most outstanding joint research program between SJTU and NUS is E2S2-CREATE program. More than 40 faculty members from 9 SJTU schools have worked closely with their partners in NUS. They aim to develop decentralized waste-energy systems, and build system modeling and data management tools to track and mitigate emerging pollutants. Technologies and systems developed will be testbedded in both Singapore and Shanghai.
School-level programs consists of mainly student programs across SJTU schools, such as Antai College of Economics and Management, the School of Electronic, Information and Electrical Engineering, the School of Materials Science and Engineering, the School of Environmental Science and Engineering, the School of Humanities, the School of Foreign Languages, the School of International and Public Affairs, and the School of Media and Communication, amongst others. An SJTU-NUS Joint Programme – Master in Quantitative Finance, was also established between SJTU School of Mathematical Sciences and its partner in NUS.