More Research Opportunities at World’s Top Institutions




Life Sciences undergraduates enrolled in the Amgen Scholars Programme can look forward to a unique opportunity to engage in the process of discovery with some of the world’s most accomplished scientists in the field of biomedical science.

This was made possible with the expanded Amgen Scholars Programme, announced on 5 November, where NUS is amongst eight new host institutions worldwide in 2019 partnering the Amgen Foundation to advance excellence in science education.  

In this new programme, students can undertake research projects under the guidance of top research scientists, to develop meaningful solutions that address today’s key medical challenges. They will also get to participate in seminars and networking events where they can meet their peers, learn about biotechnology and hear from leading scientists in industry and academia.

The programme provides financial support to eligible students, regardless of their financial status, opening doors for students who otherwise would not have the opportunity to engage in science at the world’s top educational and research institutions.  

The Amgen Scholars Programme will commence from 3 June to 2 August 2019, and culminate in a conference from 3 to 4 August. Applications will end by 1 February 2019.

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