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NYJC Science Research Programme


NYJC Science Research Programme aims to support students in exploring science, technology and engineering applications beyond the classroom. We hope to inculcate a strong culture of exploration, innovation and excellence in our students. This would prepare them to be future leaders in science research.

Selected students will be given opportunities to develop their interest and deepen their learning in various fields. They would be mentored by our teachers, in collaboration with our partners in local research and academic institutions.

Programme

Eligibility

Registration Deadline

NUS Science Research Programme (SRP)

·  Open to all JC1 students with strong foundation in mathematics, science and technology

17 Feb 2021 (TBC)

NTU Nanyang Research Programme (NRP)

·   Open to all JC1 students with strong interest in research in sciences, mathematics, humanities and social sciences

25 Feb 2021 (TBC)

SUTD Research Mentorship Programme (RMP)

·  Open to all JC1 students

·  Knowledge of programming language is preferred

11 Feb 2021 (TBC)

A*STAR Science Award (JC)

·   Open to all JC1 students who are holding Singapore citizenship

·   Achieved outstanding performance in Science and Mathematics

·   Have a passion for science and research

21 Feb 2021 (TBC)

DSTA JC Scholarship

·   Open to all JC1 students who are holding Singapore citizenship

·   Achieved excellent results in Science and Mathematics

·   Have a passion for science and technology

24 Feb 2021 (TBC)

MOE Overseas Student Attachment Programme (OSAP)

·   Open to all JC1 students who are Singaporeans or Singapore Permanent Residents

·   Distinction in English and A1 for Mathematics, Additional Mathematics and two pure Science subjects

·   Should be outstanding in their co-curricular activities

·   Should meet the pre-requisite of the selected attachment programme

11 Feb 2021 (12 pm)

Scientist-in-School Programme (in collaboration with A*STAR)

·   Open to all JC1 students

·   Have a passion for science and research

6 March 2021 (12pm)



NYJCians have been awarded research scholarships and participated in various research competitions at both the national and international levels.

2019 A*STAR Science Award (Junior College)

  1. Darren Chan Shunjie (CT 1905)
  2. Yang Jing Yi, Nicole (CT 1905)
  3. Tammy Alexandra Wong Kar Yi (CT 1908)
  4. Soh Ze Kai (CT 1927)

 

2019 A*STAR-MOE Local Student Attachment Programme

  1. Au Jeng Guan, Kenneth (CT 1923)

 

2019 NUS Science Research Programme

  1. Hong Seokjun (CT 1902)
  2. Bernice Teo Wei Shan (CT 1921)
  3. Tan Zi Bo (CT 1922)
  4. Tracey Tay Yee Hsin (CT 1925)
  5. Leong Kit Ye (CT 1928)

 

2019 NTU Nanyang Research Programme

  1. Wang Yihui (CT 1916)
  2. Chew Yong Zhang (CT 1921)

 

2019 SUTD Research Mentorship Programme

  1. Lin Zuming (CT 1913)
  2. Leong Kit Ye (CT 1928)

 

2020 Singapore Science and Engineering Fair

  1. Bernice Teo Wei Shan (CT 1921)
  2. Chew Yong Zhang (CT 1921)
  3. Tan Zi Bo (CT 1922)
  4. Au Jeng Guan, Kenneth (CT 1923)
  5. Tracey Tay Yee Hsin (CT 1925)
  6. Soh Ze Kai (CT 1927)
  7. Leong Kit Ye (CT 1928)

 

2020 A*STAR Science Award (Junior College)

  1. Lee Wen Xuan, Karel (CT 2007)
  2. Chia Bing Xuan (CT 2028)

 

2020 NUS Science Research Programme

  1. Basil Kuok Zi Xi (CT 2005)
  2. Vanessa Seah Yue Min (CT 2005)
  3. Li Xukai (CT 2018)

 

2020 NTU Nanyang Research Programme

  1. Chua En Qi Jannelle (CT 2004)
  2. Hu Man Keat (CT 2011)
  3. Teoh Tze Tzun (CT 2011)
  4. Lee Yu Wei, Ryan (CT 2017)
  5. Chen Kaiwen (CT 2018)
  6. Ren Zhengdao (CT 2025)
  7. Chan Yong Ze (CT 2027)
  8. Lim Zi En (CT 2027)
  9. Vaikesh S/O Manimaran (CT 2028)

 

2020 S.-T. Yau High School Science Award (Asia Category) – Gold Award

  1. Hoo Di Heng (CT 2023)
  2. Wong Zi Hao, Deston (CT 2029)
  3. Xin Wenkang (CT 2030)