The National University of Singapore is Singapore's oldest and most prestigious university and the premier institution of higher learning in Asia. The predecessor of NUS can be traced back to the Emperor Edward VII School of Medicine, which was established in 1905, and Raffles College, which was established in 1927. The University has 11 colleges offering undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, 1,700 doctoral and postdoctoral experts and scholars, and 500 researchers. These faculty members are all graduated from world-famous institutions of higher learning (mainly European and American universities), guaranteeing the internationalization of teaching content and the excellence of teaching quality. A strong team of teachers has made the university universally recognized and praised internationally. In recent years, it has soared in the rankings of international institutions of higher learning, and has become a top-notch university in the Asia-Pacific region. NUS currently has 9 colleges and a total of more than 50 departments to train undergraduate graduates with comprehensive development and profound knowledge.
According to Li Sichen's study abroad, NUS also has seven graduate schools offering high-level postgraduate courses. In addition, NUS also has a number of national and school-level research institutes and research centers engaged in research and development. 9 colleges and 7 graduate schools are: College of Literary and Social Sciences, School of Surveying, Architecture and Real Estate, School of Business Administration, School of Law, School of Science, School of Engineering, School of Medicine, School of Dentistry, School of Computer Science, Institute of Literary and Social Sciences , Business Research Institute, Science Research Institute, Engineering Research Institute, Building Environment Research Institute, Medical Research Institute, Dental Research Institute, teachers and students. There is a wide-ranging Internet in the campus of NUS, and the backbone speed can reach 24GB per second. 35,000 wired network jacks and 400 wireless network transmitters allow teachers and students to get real-time information at any time, anywhere in the school. The Central Library of the National University, the Chinese Library, the Medical Library, the Science Library, the Xu Yunchun Law Library, and the Han Ruisheng Memorial Library. The National University of Singapore ranks 11th in the world with the NTU in the 2020 QS World University Rankings. It leads the Asian University with strong faculty and students are very well employed.