WSDeg – Food Technology

This programme will be temporarily ceased for AY2022/23 intake and to be resumed in AY2023/24.

This five-year programme is open to in-employment upgraders in the relevant field of work or industry. Prospective students will alternate between three days at work with their current employer and two days to study in the university per week.

There will be full-time study during Trimester 1 of Year 1 and Year 2. Prospective students would be able to gain real work experience through institutional learning and on-the-job training in close collaboration with our industry partners.

The curriculum follows closely with that of the standard degree programme and provides a more in-depth experience through close collaboration between academia and industry.

For more information on the programme, please view our Food Technology programme page.

Programme Structure

(applicable up till AY2021/2022)

Food Technology


*Depending on their qualification and work experience, on a case-by-case basis, WSDeg students may have fulfilled the Integrated Work Study Programme (IWSP) work component criteria, but may still be subjected to the study and assessment components. WSDeg students will be required to attend full-time study during the first trimester of Year 1 and Year 2.

#WSDeg students may take this module in Year 5, Trimester 1.

Eligibility

Please note that this programme is only open to in-employment upgraders. Applicants are advised to determine their eligibility before continuing.

The following checklist is a quick guide for admission into SIT. Please refer to our Admission Requirements for more information.

Students with articulated diplomas, such as Food Science and Nutrition (NYP), Food Science and Technology (SP), and Applied Food Science and Nutrition (TP), may gain direct entry to Year 2 of the programme.

Students must be prepared to study and work during the course of studies with SIT and sponsoring companies.

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