National University of Singapore (National University of Singapore), referred to as the National University (NUS), is the Pacific Rim University Alliance, Asian University Alliance, Asia-Pacific International Education Association, International Research University Alliance, Universitas 21, New Engineering Education International Alliance, International Applied Technology The members of university alliances such as the Development Collaboration Network have also passed AACSB and EQUIS certification. The predecessor of the National University of Singapore was the Straits Settlements and the Federal Government of Malaya Medical College established in 1905. In 1912, the school was renamed Edward VII Medical School. In 1928, Raffles College was established. In 1949, Edward VII College of Medicine and Raffles College merged to form the University of Malaya. In 1955, the Singapore Chinese Association established Nanyang University. In 1962, the campus of the University of Malaya in Singapore became independent as the University of Singapore. In 1980, the University of Singapore and Nanyang University merged, and the school name was named the National University of Singapore.
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