Programme Overview

The SUTD-CGU Dual Masters Programme in Nano-Electronic Engineering and Design (NEED) is an 18-month programme established in collaboration with Chang Gung University (CGU).
 
The NEED programme seeks to train the next generation of nanotechnology engineers and designers who will be able to take on positions in the key growth sector in Singapore under the Electronics Industry Transformation Map.
 
Students will undergo a unique and creative learning experience that encompasses the full value of multidisciplinary nanotechnology and design.

 

About Chang Gung University (CGU)

CGU, which is SUTD’s strategic partner in the NEED programme, is located in Taoyuan, Taiwan. It was ranked as one of the top private universities in Taiwan by the Academic Ranking of World Universities from 2016 to 2018 and is well-established in nanotechnology research.
 
CGU is also part of the Formosa Plastics Group conglomerate and maintains strong industry links with the Taiwan electronics sector. Find out more about CGU.
 

Candidature Period

18 months (2 Terms of 9 months: 1 Term at CGU followed by 1 Term at SUTD).

The NEED programme has a maximum candidature of 36 months.

SUTD-CGU Dual Masters Programme