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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 @ https://sutdurop.com/signin/student 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.

For further enquiries please contact: urop@sutd.edu.sg