Plan your admission strategy by noting important dates and preparing in advance. Select your programme carefully and craft a well-rounded application. You may apply before March each year via our SIT Admissions Portal.

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Knowing where you are is your first step to getting where you want to be.

Tuition Fees

SIT's fees for undergraduate programmes follow a cohort-based system. Students pay a fixed fee based on the standard modules, according to their year of intake. National Servicemen who defer their studies will pay tuition fees based on the year they accept SIT's enrolment offer.

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Tuition Fees


Students who demonstrate academic excellence, leadership potential, or innovative thinking may apply for a range of scholarships at SIT. These are based on skills and merits, and are designed to nurture future leaders and creators.

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Financial Aid

We provide support for committed students facing financial difficulties through a range of Financial Aid schemes. These include loans, bursaries, study grants, and emergency funds.

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Financial Aid

Get the Degree Programme Handbook

We're best known for our engineering, computing, and health sciences programmes, on top of our nursing and culinary arts programmes. Find out which programmes fit your interests and passion, and if you meet the eligibility criteria.

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Explore Life@SIT

The SIT campus experience reaches far beyond the classroom. Explore who you are through sports and culture, which will help you build connections, friendships and networks that will enrich your life and future career.

Hear it from them

Nursing_Muhammad Syafiq Bin Jamal

More than just compassion

For me, nursing has unveiled the most important lessons in life as it taught me to demonstrate a growth mindset, look for meaning in the everyday life and explore the cause-and-effect relationships of health and diseases.

Nicole Vale_Civil Engineering

Female role model in Civil Engineering

Coming from a family of engineers, my interest in building and construction was sparked a very young age. I hope to be an inspiration for other women who aspire to do Civil Engineering out there!

Poovindran Pillai_MDME

Career development is my priority

The future economy is moving towards automation, and we need to carefully choose our area of study to avoid becoming obsolete. My passion for Mechanical Engineering began six years ago in ITE, and SIT's Mechanical Design and Manufacturing Engineering course seemed to be the best fit for me.

Sakinah Rafiq

Rehabilitation helped me before

I am pursuing a Physiotherapy degree because I recognise the importance of physical rehabilitation after being supported through an injury in my younger years.

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