National University of Singapore - Asia Pacific

Asia-Pacific: finding a place at the National University of Singapore

As a female engineer, Rebecca Tan felt there were lots of reasons why the National University of Singapore was the right choice for developing her skills

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How to make an award-winning student film project

Five essential tips for creating a student film or television programme 

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TEF: what does a recent graduate think of the framework?

Kieran Knight reflects on the teaching excellence framework results and whether new students will find it a useful tool

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TEF: striking the balance between teaching and research for students

Students at Liverpool Hope University reflect on how teaching and research are linked in the wake of the TEF results

Pursuing a PhD in neuroscience

Pursuing a PhD in neuroscience

A delay in the international approval of a medical degree meant that one Mexican student's education journey took a slight detour

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Women in STEM: looking forward to equality

On International Women in Engineering Day, Neha Chandarana writes about her love of science, being a female engineer and her hope for a time when male and female scientists and engineers are mentioned without differentiation

Women in STEM: how can we encourage more women into engineering?

There are still so few women in engineering roles and Mariana Bontempo believes that early intervention can encourage more women into the field 

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World Reputation Rankings 2017: navigating Yale University

Yale University is one of the most prestigious universities in the world. Two students explain how they balanced studying, making friends and extracurricular activities there