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Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Nanyang Technological University (NTU) is a public research university in Singapore. It was established in 1981 and has since become one of the top universities in Asia. NTU is home to a diverse community of students and faculty from over 100 countries around the world.
NTU offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs in various fields, including engineering, science, business, humanities, social sciences, art, design, and media. Some of the popular programs offered by NTU include Computer Science, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Business, and Psychology.
NTU is also known for its research excellence, with many research centers and institutes established in various fields such as sustainability, healthcare, and advanced materials. The university is ranked highly in research output and impact, both nationally and globally.
In terms of student life, NTU offers a vibrant campus community with numerous clubs, organizations, and events. The university has several student residences, including Halls of Residence, Graduate Halls, and Serviced Apartments, which provide students with comfortable living spaces and opportunities to socialize and make friends.
Admission to NTU is highly competitive and based on academic achievements, extracurricular activities, and other factors. International students are required to demonstrate proficiency in English, and may be required to submit additional documents such as transcripts, test scores, and letters of recommendation.
Visa requirements for international students vary depending on the country of origin. Students from certain countries may be eligible for visa exemption or visa-on-arrival, while others may need to apply for a student pass before entering Singapore. NTU provides support and guidance to international students throughout the visa application process.

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