SIT's Punggol Campus

Established in 2009, SIT currently has six distributed campuses, with its main campus situated in Dover.

With the growing student population, we will consolidate existing campuses into a single campus in Punggol, located in the north-east of Singapore. Our new campus will provide students with new collaborative learning spaces, high-tech labs and flexible spaces for learning to happen outside the classroom.

Students can look forward to working alongside our industry partners in the business park, located next to the university.

SIT's Punggol Campus

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Specially designed to integrate with industry and community, our new campus will strengthen our ability to deliver an industry-focused, applied learning education for our students.

Frequently Asked Questions


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    When is the expected move date?

    The move to Punggol is on track for the second half of 2024. The specific move date hinges on the progress of construction work, and we anticipate announcing the confirmed date by early 2024. Stay tuned for more updates as we gear up for this significant transition!

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    What are the transport options to get to Punggol Campus?

    As part of our 'Campus-in-the-park' vision aligning with Punggol Digital District's eco-commuting policy, we're moving towards a car-lite district with fewer parking lots and limited season parking. To support eco-friendly commuting, we strongly encourage students and staff to opt for public transportation.

    Here's what you can expect in terms of transportation options:

    • MRT: The Punggol Coast MRT Station, situated right in front of SIT's Library Building, is slated to be up and running by the end of 2024.
    • Public buses: The Punggol Coast Bus Interchange is anticipated to be ready by the end of 2024. In the meantime, discussions with LTA are underway to provide interim feeder bus services from Punggol MRT station until the Punggol Coast MRT station is ready.
    • Cars: Limited parking will be available in a shared underground carpark with JTC Business Park, along with limited season parking.
    • Bicycles & Personal Mobility Devices: There will be dedicated parking spaces and End-of-Trip (EOT) facilities, including lockers and toilets with shower facilities, strategically located across the campus.

    This shift embodies our commitment to sustainable and accessible commuting options for everyone at our vibrant new location!

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    Will chartered bus services be available from other parts of Singapore to the Punggol Campus?

    Given its connectivity and proximity to the Punggol Coast MRT station and bus interchange, there won't be any chartered bus services provided to the Punggol Campus. The public transportation options nearby aim to facilitate easy access for all students and staff commuting to the campus.

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    What will happen to SIT@Dover and SIT@Poly Buildings?

    SIT's existing campuses will gradually be returned to the respective authorities when they're no longer needed. The new centralised campus in Punggol will host all programmes except those offered by The Culinary Institute of America (CIA). CIA will continue to operate from its current location at Temasek Polytechnic.

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    Is the Punggol Campus accessible to the public?

    The design of the Punggol Campus aims to foster integration among those sited within the Punggol Digital District and the wider Punggol community. As part of this vision, floors from the Campus Boulevard (Level 2) and below will be accessible to members of the public. This accessibility promotes engagement and collaboration between SIT and the broader community, enhancing the overall exchange of ideas and opportunities.

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    Will the public have access to campus facilities and amenities?

    SIT students and staff will have priority access to the facilities and amenities in our Punggol campus. Requests by external parties will be managed on a case-by-case basis.

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    How were the needs and expectations of students and staff taken into consideration when designing the new campus?

     The journey towards creating our campus at Punggol was a collaborative effort from the get-go. From 2016 to 2019, we conducted numerous visioning workshops, ideation sessions, brainstorming sessions, and interviews with over 500 student and staff representatives. This inclusive approach helped shape the SIT campus concept plan and design requirements.

    The final design underwent meticulous review and revision, a process that involved the invaluable feedback and input from key stakeholders of the University. This thorough and inclusive process ensured that the approved design truly reflects the collective vision and needs of our SIT community.

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    Are there dedicated study areas for students?

    There are several spaces dedicated just for students. These areas are specially designed to support your study sessions and project work. From cozy study nooks to collaborative project zones, we've got you covered.

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    What types of sports facilities will there be on campus?

    The available sporting facilities include: 

    • Campus Heart: Playing field (no drawn lines for football/soccer).
    • Campus Court: Sports halls (drawn courts include basketball, badminton, volleyball, netball, tchoukball and floorball), tennis courts, bouldering wall, dance studios, martial arts hall and fitness gym.


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    What retail and F&B options will be available on campus?

    There will be a diverse range of F&B, retail and lifestyle options on both sides of the Campus Boulevard at the Punggol Campus.