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FYP Submission

Do you find it convenient to be able to simply access DR-NTU  for a copy of the FYP that your seniors deposited? It’s now your turn to leave behind your legacy!

DR-NTU stands for Digital Repository-NTU.  It is the University’s institutional repository. This repository collects the intellectual output of staff and students with the aim of preserving them for future use and reference. Undergraduates should submit student reports (e.g. FYPs, IA reports) to DR-NTU (Restricted Access). The repository contains restricted access collections which are accessible only to the NTU Community and require user authentication to view the full text.

Click here for submission procedures for final year project reports.
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DR-NTU: our Institutional Repository

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DR-NTU stands for Digital Repository-NTU.  It is the University’s institutional repository. This repository collects the intellectual output of staff and students with the aim of preserving them for future use and reference. DR-NTU is implemented as:

1. DR-NTU (Restricted Access)
This comprises student submissions such as final year project reports, theses and work attachment reports that require user authentication to access the full text. NTU staff and students need to login with their NTU network account.

Click here for submission procedures for final year project reports.

2. DR-NTU (Open Access)
This focuses primarily on collecting conference papers and journal articles by NTU faculty & researchers for which publishers permit self -archiving in open access repositories.

Click here for submission procedures to DR-NTU (Open Access).

If you need any assistance in submitting your reports/publications, you may want to contact the respective science librarians.