Nanyang Executive Centre (NEC)
The conference will be held at the Nanyang Executive Centre within Nanyang Technological University (NTU). The 200 -ha residential campus, located in the south-western part of Singapore, is easily accessible from two of Singapore's main expressways, and is well served by the efficient public transport system.
Nestled amongst the greenery, hills and lakes of the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) campus in Singapore, the Nanyang Executive Centre is the home of NTU's Executive Programmes and continuing education. It provides an excellent environment away from the city and distractions of the office for executive learning.
|Nanyang Executive Centre (NEC)
Nanyang Technological University
60 Nanyang View
|Tel: +65 6790 6699/ 6790 6697
Fax: +65 6794 7860
Visit NEC Website
Getting to NEC
1) By Taxi
Please take the Pioneer North Road Exit from the Pan-island Expressway (PIE). Turn right upon seeing the Large Electronic Display when you enter the campus. Ask the driver to follow the NEC direction signs.
2) By Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) and Bus
Please take the MRT East-West (Green) line and alight at Boon Lay station. Exit the train station and board bus 179 at Boon Lay Bus Interchange Berth 3 which is directly across through the adjacent Jurong Point Mall. Thereafter, alight at B05 "Canteen 2" bus stop once inside the campus, and follow the directional signs to NEC. The walking distance is around 7 minutes. Please click here for the map.
Alternatively, take the MRT East-West (Green) line and alight at the Pioneer MRT Station. Thereafter, walk down from the overhead bridge to take the free NEC-Pioneer MRT shuttle bus which starts at 7.45am to 8.30am at the bus-stop outside Block 649A, Jurong West Street 63.
About Nanyang Technological University
Nanyang Technological University (NTU) is a research-intensive university with globally acknowledged strengths in science and engineering. The university has roots that go back to 1955 when Nanyang University was set up. Today, our broad-based education covers science and technology, business, humanities and social sciences, art and design and entrepreneurship. Currently, NTU has four colleges with 12 schools and four autonomous entities, namely the National Institute of Education, the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, the Earth Observatory of Singapore and the Singapore Centre on Environmental Life Sciences Engineering. In 2013, the new Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine will receive its first batch of medical students. The medical school, the third in Singapore, is a collaboration with Imperial College of London. The Division of Information Studies at Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information offers Masters and PhD programmes and is the only programme that trains librarians in Singapore.
NTU's main campus.The Yunnan Garden campus is located in the southwestern part of Singapore and was the Youth Olympic Village of the inaugural Youth Olympic Games in August 2010. The campus has a rich heritage of national monuments. Gazetted as a national monument in 1998 and now housing the Chinese Heritage Centre, the beautifully restored former Nanyang University Administration Building, with a distinct oriental character, overlooks the historical Yunnan Garden. The Nanyang University Memorial and original Nanyang University Arch were also declared national monuments of Singapore in 1998.
NTU Library is a valuable partner with our users in their pursuit of excellence in learning and research. We have a range of library materials catering to varied learning needs and preferences. Currently there are seven NTU libraries on campus, namely Art, Design & Media Library, Asian Communication Resource Centre, Business Library, Chinese Library, Humanities & Social Sciences Library, Lee Wee Nam Library, which caters to Engineering and Science, and the Wang Gungwu Library, a specialist research library. The strength of our Libraries is in the wide range and depth of electronic resources available, the high number of workstations, the hi-tech learning commons areas, our responsive and friendly library staff and the popular instructional classes and outreach activities we regularly organize.