How to get to the Campus?
By Public Transport and Shuttle services provided by NTU
• From Boon Lay MRT Station one can take SBS Buses 199, 179 or 179A to NTU
• From Pioneer MRT Station one can take SBS Buses 179 or 179A to NTU
• From Choa Chu Kang MRT one can take SMRT Bus 172 and alight at the junction of Nanyang Avenue and Jalan Bahar. Cross the road and board SBS Bus 199 to campus.
• Taking taxis from main pick-up and drop-off points can be easily specified using the postal code and located at the lobby of most buildings.
• The free shuttle bus Campus Rider, to/from Pioneer MRT station (Refer Campus Rider Green line and Brown line for more information)
• NTU also provides free shuttle services to/from NTU to /from few MRT stations for NTU students only, which includes Ang Mo Kio, Chua Chu Kang, Marine Parade, Pasir Ris, Punggol, Sengkang and Tampines. For more details, refer: http://www.ntu.edu.sg/has/Transportation/Pages/GettingToNTU.aspx
• Besides, ride-hailing apps such as “Gojek”, “Grab”, “TADA”, ‘Comfort Delgro” allows cost saving via “ride sharing” in apps.
Getting Around Campus:
It is easy to go to any place inside NTU using the shuttle bus service. Blue and Red shuttle buses cover almost all places of NTU and Campus rider connects NTU to the nearest MRT station (Pioneer MRT station). To find out the routines and current position of campus shuttle buses, please refer to https://baseride.com/maps/public/ntu/
Information on Campus rider service/routes and more details like map of shuttle bus route, operating hours can be found at: http://www.ntu.edu.sg/has/Transportation/Pages/GettingAroundNTU.aspx
• Two Graduate Halls (1 and 2) have been providing housing facilities to NTU graduate students
• Newly constructed Nanyang Crescent Halls and North Hill (Banyan, Binjai and Tanjong Halls) also provide limited accommodation to graduate students.
If you intend to apply for on-campus housing, please do so before the relevant deadline via the link: http://www.ntu.edu.sg/has/Graduate/Pages/Applying.aspx. If you require assistance, please contact Student Housing at email@example.com.
Where to eat?
You will find a wide variety of food & beverages ranging from local favourites and international cuisine at various food stalls in and around campus. There are quite a number of canteens within NTU campus with the main ones located at the main academic complexes, namely the North Spine Food Court, South Spine (Koufu) and NIE canteen. Apart from that, the majority of residential halls have in-house food courts, specifically in Hall 1, Hall 2, Hall 4, Hall 9, Hall 11, Hall 13, Hall 14, Hall 16, Pioneer Hall, and North Hill.
For those of us with dietary restrictions, most canteens would have both halal and vegetarian outlets. Safe bets in the main campus are the North Spine Food Court and South Spine (Koufu).
The list of all retail outlets, eateries and highlights on campus is available on the NTU map. The updated version of this list can be found at: http://www.ntu.edu.sg/has/FnB/Pages/default.aspx
Banking & Finance
Students can manage their financial accounts and savings by using the banking facilities located campus-wide.
OCBC – NTU branch
North Spine (below Lee Wee Nam Library)
Mon to Fri: 9am-4:30pm
Sat, Sun & PH: Closed
*OCBC offers financial assistance (tuition fee loan) to graduate students, especially those who are pursuing a Master’s degree by research or coursework. You may contact OCBC for more information.