Nanyang Technology University (NTU)
LKC Medicine builds on Imperial’s world renowned medical curriculum and NTU’s rapidly developing academic excellence to train the next generation of Singaporean doctors
Imperial and Nanyang Technology University (NTU) opened the pioneering joint medical school, The Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine (LKCMedicine), in Singapore in 2017
Imperial and NTU also share a student exchange programmes and a research seed fund.
Explore our programmes
- LKC Medicine – Joint Medical School
- Global Innovation Design - Partner Residency, a one-term residency Nanyang Technological University in Singapore during the autumn term of the second academic year as part of the MSc in Global Innovation Design Engineering from the Dyson School of Design Engineering.
- The Health for Life in Singapore (HELIOS) Study is a state-of-the-art population cohort study, established and led by Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, in partnership with National Healthcare Group and Imperial College London.
- Imperial-NTU Research Seed Fund
- Imperial-NTU Global Fellows Programme
Explore our partnership
- LKCMedicine announces Joseph Sung as its next Dean. Professor Joseph Sung, a prominent gastroenterologist, has been named as the next Dean of The Lee Kong Chian of Medicine in Singapore, a joint medical school between Imperial and NTU.
- LKCMedicine student doctors celebrate finishing studies and joining frontline. LKCMedicine student doctors took part in virtual graduation ceremony, where they were congratulated by Imperial and NTU leaders on their hard work, before joining the healthcare frontline in Singapore.
- Imperial and Singapore’s NTU launch technology seed fund for early-stage science. The Imperial-NTU seed fund focuses to support early-stage research on diverse areas under the theme of: Data 4.0 – Leading the fourth industrial revolution with data-driven technologies.
- Imperial wins major grant to develop data clusters with top global partners. Imperial has announced the launch of joint data cluster with NTU in technology and healthcare. The data cluster fosters cooperation and joint innovation, and advances student and academic exchange between the two leading technical universities.