Academic Policies

The SIT Academic Policies apply to undergraduate, postgraduate, and other credit-bearing programmes offered by SIT and those jointly offered by SIT with Overseas University (OU) partners. These policies are in accordance to the university’s education philosophy to produce work-ready graduates imbued with the SIT DNA.

Academic Governance

Academic governance, management and excellence is the responsibility of the Deputy President (Academic) & Provost, who acts as the Chief Academic Officer of SIT. Several academic committees to assist the Provost in executing various academic decisions.

The key academic committees are the:

  1. Board of Studies (BOS) provides oversight, guidance and policies in line with SIT’s prevailing academic policies on the programmes and academic programme structures, curricula and policies governing the conduct of these programmes. BOS is the highest academic decision-making committee in SIT.

  2. Board of Examiners, which reports to the BOS, provide oversight, guidance and policies pertaining to the administration of examinations and ensure that such oversight, guidance and policies are in line with SIT’s prevailing academic policies.

  3. Programme Initiation and Review Committee, which also reports to the BOS, evaluates market intelligence to initiate of new programmes. In addition, for existing programmes, PIRC also discussion on the recommended changes arising from periodic review of the existing programmes