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The ASE serves as a knowledge bank, providing information, policy advice and input to stake holders, based on our faculty’s in-depth understanding of environmental processes.  Much of our research is conducted in South-east Asia including Singapore, which enables us to make specific predictions relevant for this region.

ASE professors regularly serve as expert commentators to media, including Straits Times, Channel News Asia and the BBC.

Outreach News

Link to Straits Times article with comment by ASE Prof Benjamin Horton: Sea levels in Singapore 14cm above pre-1970 levels: Meteorological Service Singapore



Great news from the latest QS World University Rankings; ASE is ranked #12 in the world in environmental studies. Given how young and small our school is, this is a fantastic result. The ASE has climbed from #14 last year, #18 in 2018 and #23 in 2017, so we are clearly moving in the right direction. All our hard-working staff and students should feel very proud. Incidentally, in this...

ASE faculty, staff and students were busy answering questions from potential future students during the NTU ‘virtual’ Open House on Saturday Feb 29th. The virtual open house addressed the issues of the risk posed by large gatherings during the ongoing COVID-19 virus. The ASE team answered questions using Facebook live, WhatsApp and Telegram. 

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The new ASE corporate video is up! Learn more about the Asian School of the Environment at Nanyang Technological University by clicking on the image or link below:


NTU Pushing frontiers is a tri-annual magazine showcasing research and innovation at NTU. It is published by the Corporate Communications Office. The latest issue features NTU and ASE/EOS presence at the World Economic Forum in Dalian, China, July 2019, where Assoc Prof Natalie Goodkin, Assoc Prof Adam Switzer and Dr Stephen Summers hosted the ideas lab "A new wave of ocean solutions...