Clubs and Societies
The Nanyang Technological University Students’ Union (NTUSU) consists of the Academic Constituent Clubs and the Non-Academic Constituent Clubs. These clubs represent the interests of all members through representation by the Presidents of the Constituent Clubs, the Union Representatives of the Constituent Clubs and Vice-Presidents of the Non-Academic Constituent Clubs in the NTUSU Council.
The Academic Constituent Clubs organise regular activities and initiatives to help members in their course of studies and provide feedback to the respective Schools about the academic matters. Furthermore, these Clubs promote student work-life balance by jointly organising other non-academic related activities like the annual Inter-School Games (ISG).
Non-Academic Constituent Clubs focus on non-academic development of the members, such as cultural activities, sports and welfare services. Through these activities, members will be able to experience more well-rounded growth and develop.
These activities will also encourage further interaction between members from different Schools.
You can find out more about these Clubs by clicking on the links below.
Academic Constituent Club
Non-Academic Constituent Club
|Cultural Activities Club|
|Welfare Service Club|
Non-Constituent Clubs and Societies
The Non-Constituent Clubs and Societies supplement the secondary objectives of the Constituent Clubs, which are to encourage interaction among members and aid in their non-academic development. There are over 100 such clubs and societies, where members can join based on their interests. These clubs and societies are split into four general categories: Academic, Arts & Cultural, Religious and Special Interest Groups. The Union actively reaches out to these Clubs and Societies for collaboration in order to provide more benefits for members.
You can find out more about these Clubs and Societies by clicking here.
|CN Yang Scholars’ Club||URECA Club|
|Renaissance Engineering Club||Sports Science & Management Society|
|ASME Singapore Chapter (NTU Student Section)||Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)|
|Biomedical Engineering Society
(NTU Student Chapter)
|Institution of Engineering and Technology
(NTU Student Section)
|Institution of Engineers Singapore
(NTU Students’ Committee)
|Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
NTU Student Branch)
Arts & Cultural
|Chinese Society||Visual Arts Society|
|French Society||Nanyang Arts Ensemble|
|German Society||Japanese Appreciation Club|
|Spanish Society||Heritage Club|
|Sikh Cultural and Literary Society||Malay Language and Cultural Society|
|The Epiphany, English and Drama Society||Korean Cultural Society|
|Campus Crusade of Christ|
|Legion of Mary|
|Tabernacle University Fellowship|
|Aerospace Society||Green and Sustainable Technologies Society|
|ADdiction – NTU Advertising Society||Ice Skating Club|
|AIESEC – NTU Local Committee||Investment Interactive Club|
|Air Rife Club||MApps|
|Anglers’ Club||Maritime Business Society|
|Animal Lovers’ Society||Mixed Martial Arts Club|
|Archery Club||Motoring Club|
|Astronomical Society||National Police Cadet Corps|
|Brazilian Jiu Jitsu||Open Source Society|
|Cats Management Network||Outdoor Adventure Club|
|Computer Society||Photo-Videographic Society|
|Current Affairs Society||Psychology Society|
|Cyber Games Society||Red Cross Youth NTU Chapter|
|Da Vinci Arts and Engineering Society||Riders’ Club|
|Debating Society||Risk Management Society|
|Deli Aprecio Club||Rotaract Club|
|Economics Society||Tamil Literary Society|
|Enactus (formally known as SIFE)||Toastmasters Club|
|Entrepreneurs Society||University Mountaineering Club|
|Fastforward, NTU Board Games Society||University-Y@NTU|
|Film Society||Wine Society|
|GIP Student Club|
Halls of Residence
Many members reside in the Halls of Residences on campus. The welfare and interests of the residents in the halls are represented by the individual hall’s Junior Common Room Committee (JCRC). In addition, the JCRCs organise activities to bond the residents together with the aim of promoting inclusivity and diversity. They also organise joint-hall events on a regular basis, such as Inter-Hall Games (IHG), Joint Hall Bash (JASH) and inter-cluster activities. The Union actively engages the JCRC to aid them in representing the welfare and interests of the members residing in the halls.
You can find out more about the JCRCs by clicking on the links below.
Sports and Recreation
There are over 40 Sports and Games Teams in NTU. They strive to bring glory to the University through the various competitions they represent the University in. Besides the competitive teams that they field, most of them also maintain a recreational team to encourage involvement of members who do not wish to be take part in any competition.
You can find out more about these Teams by clicking the links below.
Adventure & Water Sports