Ranked 22 in da world if u r lazy to click on da link. Also important to note the difference between the Times and the QS ranking methodology. QS is more heavily weighted on the reputation of the institution amongst academics and employers, whereas Times uses a set of performance indicators including teaching, and institution income earned.
Another netizen shared his job interview experience while in the US.
"when i got offered a job in the US the NUS recognition helped immensely: my employer knew it was the 'best' university in asia. He then consulted me the following year when he received a resume from NTU and asked me if it was any good.
Just a personal anecdote"