The NTU-Georgia Tech Integrated Bachelor and Master programme is tailor-made for aspiring students who wish to pursue a career in the infocommunications industry. Students enrolled in this programme can earn two degrees in as little as 4 years instead of the usually 5 to 5½ years. Students will spend three to four years in NTU’s School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, majoring in Information and Communications, and the next one to one-and-a-half years in Georgia Tech’s School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, specializing in Computer Engineering and Telecommunications. Students admitted into the integrated programmes are eligible to apply for IDA's National Infocomm Scholarship. The National Infocomm Scholarship is sponsored by Infocomm and end-user companies such as IBM, Microsoft, NCS, Oracle, DBS, SingTel and StarHub. The scholars can look forward to internships with their sponsoring company, and will have the opportunity to work in the company when they graduate.