WSDeg is open to in-employment applicants in a relevant field of work or industry.
Individuals may choose to achieve a bachelor's degree in this pathway – Term-In Term-Out (TITO).
Why Join WSDeg?
SIT Annual Admissions Exercise – between January to March.
Apply for the selected programme via yearly admissions exercise.
Applicant receives an offer from SIT.
Applicant successfully enrolled as WSDeg student.
WSDeg student to return to supporting employer according to programme schedule under the respective curriculum structure.
The SkillsFuture WSDeg will be delivered in ‘Term-In Term-Out’ (TITO) model.
Students will be returning to the workplace during the stipulated periods of their undergraduate studies, alternate spending between one to twelve months in the university and at the workplace.
* The programmes offered under WSDeg are subject to change without prior notice. SIT regularly reviews its curriculum to ensure that it remains industry-relevant and prepares our students for the evolving needs of industry.
# Pending MOE approval
The SkillsFuture Work-Study Degree (WSDeg) programme is designed to allow in-employment applicants to upgrade themselves by deepening skill sets and thus increasing their competency at work. This in turn will create opportunities for career advancements and meet applicants’ aspiration of obtaining a degree qualification.
The structure for the programmes following the Term-In Term-Out model remains largely similar to the full-time degree programmes at SIT. The full-time programmes run on a five-day study structure with trimesters set aside for on-the-job training (OJT), while the SkillsFuture WSDeg programme is structurally similar to existing programmes, they will involve companies at a deeper level and will feature a curriculum that is co-developed and co-delivered with the selected partner companies.
The eligibility criteria shall follow SIT’s admission requirements listed in this link.
In-employment applicants may apply for the selected programme under WSDeg via SIT’s Yearly Admissions between January and March.