To complete your project proposal, you will need the following information ready:

  1. Project title, scope(s) and objectives: Outline the ideation, the process, and the goals of the project.
  2. Nature of work: Describe the investigative, data collection, trial & test hypothesis, or technical writing aspect of the proposed project.
  3. Budget breakdown: Outline the estimated breakdown cost of the project and funding sources.
  4. Number of student participants required
  5. Task and responsibilities of student participants

*Please note that each approved UROP project will be supported by SGD$1000 funding for materials and consumables under the UROP funding guidelines.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Before joining UROP

1. I am a graduate but am interested in participating in a UROP. Can I apply?
UROP is only for undergraduates.

2. Where can students view the list of projects available?
Sign in @ when applications open to view the list of available projects.

3. Can students participate in the UROP more than once?
Yes, you can!  However, priority will be given to first-time UROPers.

During UROP

4. What happens if I (the UROPer) am unable to complete my UROP within 1 term?
You will need to have a discussion with your supervisor who will then submit a UROP project extension request to the UROP office.  Please note that the maximum length allowed for a UROP project is 2 terms.

After UROP

5. How do I know if I am eligible for a UROP certificate?
At the end of your UROP, your project supervisor will evaluate your work. If your work is deemed satisfactory, your supervisor will recommend you for a UROP certificate.  After which, the UROP office will also contact you to collect your certificate when it is ready for collection.

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