The NUS Career Fair, which started on Thursday and ends on Friday, has attracted 145 employers. On offer in 2011, are 4,200 full-time jobs.
In 2010, the 120 employers who attended the event offered 3,500 full-time jobs.
The university has also tied up with Singapore Human Resources Institute (Shri), a professional body, to give students and alumni a better chance to land jobs.
The tie-up provides them access to internships and jobs with Shri's 3,000 members, a majority of whom are HR professionals and key decision-makers in their organisations.
Announcing the tie-up, NUS deputy president of academic affairs and provost Professor Tan Eng Chye said the partnership will also allow students to take part in Shri's inter-personal skills programmes.