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The Voyager Programme seeks to develop students in the following areas:

Icon 1.pngTo be world-ready and culturally savvy so that they can learn, operate and engage people within multi-national settings with ease. Icon 2.pngTo be exposed to Asia and the world and sensitise them to the place of Singapore in relation to its global context. Students will also deepen their commitment and rootedness to Singapore. Icon 3.pngTo have opportunities for our students to learn and interact with their peers around the world who share similar passion and aptitude in math, science and research.

Besides opportunities open to all Junior Colleges and Integrated Programme schools, such as the MOE Overseas Student Attachment Programme, NUS High also provides unique opportunities which are only available to our own students. These opportunities are illustrated below.

NUS High School has established exchange and research programme collaborations with top Math and Science schools, and leading research institutions in many countries and regions, including Australia, Brunei, China, Germany, Hungary, Japan, Russia, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand and United Kingdom. Students will be able to engage in challenging academic work, learn to appreciate other cultures and extend the friendship and understanding of their friends overseas who have similar passion in math and science.
Student Exchange Programmes are organised with overseas partner schools. These programmes involve our students visiting these partner schools as well as hosting students from these schools when they visit Singapore. For some of these programmes, our students also participate in math competitions or scientific research with partner schools.
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Mahidol Wittayanusorn School
Bangkok, Thailand
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Fazekas Mihaly Primary
& Secondary School, Hungary
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Korea Science Academy
of KAIST, South Korea
Overseas science fairs and competitions give our students the opportunity to network with other young researchers and budding scientists.
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Beijing Aerospace & Aviation
Museum, Beihang University of
Aeronautics and Astronautics
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Wales, United Kingdom
Studies in Biology (Diversity) &
Physical Geography
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XLAB, Gottingen, Germany
Studies in Neurophysiology,
Radioactivity, Organic Chemistry
Our students participate in numerous science fairs and competitions overseas. This gives our students the opportunity to network with other young researchers and budding scientists.
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Korea Science Academy of
KAIST Science Fair, South Korea
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Intel International Science &
Engineering Fair in USA
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International Chemistry
Tournament in Russia