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Berita Suria - 3 graduan Melayu/Islam ini antara kohort perintis sepenuh masa SITopens in new window
Three Malay graduates - Qamanuratika Jamil (SIE), Khairul Zaini (ICT) and Izyaty Rahim (Nursing) are among SIT's 1650-strong Class of 2018. They shared how their studies have enhanced their expertise, particularly through the Integrated Work Study Programme in their respective programme.
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Oct
2018
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Channel 8 News - 新工大校友将获2000元进修补助 回校进修提升技能opens in new window
SIT alumni will receive $2,000 in learning credits to take up courses at SIT to upgrade their skills
17
Oct
2018
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TODAY - How a talent is madeopens in new window
Lim Gui Hao Brenda, 24, wants to a winner - whether in her studies or in Ultimate Frisbee
09
Mar
2016
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ST - PM’s call to rethink engineering laudedopens in new window
Govt to hire more while many in profession bemoan poor prospects, lack of recognition
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Feb
2016
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ST - More incentive to switch to healthcare jobopens in new window
New degrees, higher training allowances part of bid to draw mid-career people
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Feb
2016
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ST - Taking the path less travelledopens in new window
Mr Joseph Lim thrives in his undergraduate programme at SIT despite taking a longer academic route
06
Feb
2016
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ST - Football keeps body in shape and mind sharpopens in new window
Players need to be constantly in motion and to think on the run. It also fosters friendships.
02
Feb
2016
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TNP - Making S’pore a more caring societyopens in new window
In response to President Tony Tan Keng Yam's address on Friday, two ministries and the PMO yesterday set out their plans to build a caring society.
21
Jan
2016
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ST - More time and space for students' futureopens in new window
Schools to also emphasise outdoor activities; tertiary institutions to go beyond academic scores in assessment
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Jan
2016
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ST - More time and space for students' futureopens in new window
Schools to also emphasise outdoor activities; tertiary institutions to go beyond academic scores in assessment
20
Jan
2016
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ST - Poly grads' starting pay rises after flat two yearsopens in new window
Survey shows employment rate remains high, with salaries up by about 5%
09
Jan
2016
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TNP - New nursing scholarship for next gen leadersopens in new window
Outstanding O-level graduates wishing to pursue a career in nursing can apply for a new integrated diploma to degree scholarship from Monday
08
Jan
2016
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ST - More choices, more opportunities for learningopens in new window
The new year brings SkillsFuture credit, added uni places, and more kindergartens
03
Jan
2016
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TNP - Undergrads say money is big helpopens in new window
Hotel chain's bursary helping students from low-income families to further their studies
02
Jan
2016
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TNP - Gut feeling about foodopens in new window
Despite initial parental objections, they pressed on to start their own cafe and eatery
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Dec
2015
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ST - New degree courses to raise SIT intake by 300 opens in new window
Five are in fields related to health while a sixth is in smart transport
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Dec
2015
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ST - Bowling works out the mind and bodyopens in new window
Achieving consistency requires good body control and a sharp focus
08
Dec
2015
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ST - Earn and learn scheme making progressopens in new window
Work-study scheme has 150 trainees across eight sector-specific programmes so far
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Dec
2015
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ST - SEA Games medallist casts aside stereotypesopens in new window
Hannah Lee may not look like a typically fit person,but she is a dedicated athlete who has lived her dream.
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Nov
2015
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ST - Stemming a worrying high-tech brain drainopens in new window
New initiatives aim to enhance sector's appeal among youth and help it retain grads
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Nov
2015
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ST - DigiPen Spore makes indelible markopens in new window
Seven years after US college set up here,its students are bagging international game awards
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Nov
2015
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ST - Getting roti prata down patopens in new window
Culinary student Wong Ju Lih visited eateries six times in a week and practised on damp pieces of cloth to hone his skill of flipping dough for the crispy flat bread
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Nov
2015
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ST - PEB - Prepared for industryopens in new window
SIT offers sustainable engineering degree programmes focusing on a workforce of innovation-driven graduates.
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Nov
2015
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BT - A long history and a bright futureopens in new window
German ambassador Michael Witter talks about the half century of Singapore-German relations.
06
Nov
2015
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TNP - Rosy job prospects for SIT graduatesopens in new window
Salaries comparable with those of peers from other unis: Poll
05
Nov
2015
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ST - Private education sector hit by falling enrolmentopens in new window
Drop in both local and foreign students,10 private schools have closed since start of year
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Oct
2015
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ST - Delivering a quality learning experienceopens in new window
Singapore Institute of Technology goes all out to attract the right students
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Oct
2015
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ST - ‘Germany, S’pore can gain from skills, ideas exchange’opens in new window
Germany,S'pore can gain from skills, ideas exchange
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Oct
2015
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ST - Rosy job prospects for SIT graduatesopens in new window
Salaries comparable with those of peers from other unis:Poll
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Oct
2015
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CNA - Contactless cards issued in Singapore comply with MAS security standards Banksopens in new window
Singapore banks have put in place measures,such as sending out alerts and one-time passwords for online transactions to protect consumers.
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Oct
2015
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CNA - MRT's North South, East-West Lines' electrical supply to be delinked Khawopens in new window
To prevent a repeat of the massive train disruption on Jul 7,electrical breaks will be installed at Jurong East and Raffles Place interchange stations and activated when necessary,Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan says.
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Oct
2015
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CNA - SIT graduates top overall employment rate among Singapore universitiesopens in new window
More than eight in 10 from the Singapore Institute of Technology found full-time employment within six months from graduation,according to a survey by the Ministry of Education .
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Oct
2015
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TODAY - Need to align wide range of qualificationsopens in new window
Goal is to prevent paper chase for it's own sake
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Oct
2015
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ST - Tensions and opportunitiesopens in new window
Acting Minister for Education Ong Ye Kung sets out how the Government hopes to balance the needs of the country with the choices of individuals in an age of rapid and profound economic and social change. Below is an edited excerpt of his speech at the OECD Singapore Conference on Higher Education Futures yesterday
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Oct
2015
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CNA - Down but not out 3 students with disabilities get university scholarshipsopens in new window
Bryan Chong,Josiah Ong and Shalom Lim did not let their disabilities stop them from reaching for the stars.Despite growing up bullied and teased by theirs peers ,they have gone on to receive the Asia Pacific Breweries Foundation Scholarship for Persons with Disabilities.
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Oct
2015
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ST - A study in bold movesopens in new window
Mr Heng Swee Keat left a mark as education minister,shifting emphasis from grades to talent ,and from qualifications to skills
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Oct
2015
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ST - Rock climbing exercises both body and mindopens in new window
Engineering student trains in the sport to develop physical strength and mental ability
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Sep
2015
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ST - Getting more than a kick out of silatopens in new window
Traditional martial art a rich and proud cultural legacy that hones the mind while strengthening the body
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Sep
2015
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CNA - Singapore begins operations as ASEAN's first international patent search, examination authorityopens in new window
Started Sep 1, businesses and inventors will be able to apply for patent protection in multiple markets via Singapore, which is taking steps to increase the capabilities of its local IP businesses and workforce.
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Aug
2015
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TNP - Govt supports IP sector with 1m boostopens in new window
The Government will invest $1 million to certify and groom up to 500 science,engineering and technology professionals in the next three years to meet the needs of the intellectual property(IP) technology sector
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Aug
2015
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ST - $1m boost for IP technology sector hereopens in new window
Shanmugam announces plans to certify ,groom up to 500 professionals for industry
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Aug
2015
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ST - Exhilarating journey from Third World to Firstopens in new window
On this and the facing page are excerpts from Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's National Day Rally speech on Sunday evening. On this page, he stresses the core principles that held the nation together in the last 50 years . On the next, he highlights what's needed for the next 50 years
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Aug
2015
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SIT to promote 'close symbiotic relationship' with industry partnersopens in new window
It will achieve this by integrating its new Punggol campus with the creative industry cluster which will be built by JTC across the road, says president Tan Thiam Soon
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Aug
2015
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BT - Singapore Institute of Technology to move to new campus in Punggolopens in new window
It'll be across the road from a creative industry cluster and be integrated with Punggol housing estate
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Aug
2015
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ST - New Punggol campus for SITopens in new window
Singapore Institute of Technology's intake to rise to 3,500 over the next five years .
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Aug
2015
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ST - From playing truant to creating 3D animation for TVopens in new window
This is my dream job,i really don't know where i'd be if i weren't given all these opportunities .
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Aug
2015
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CNA - NDR 2015 SIT to get a new centralised campusopens in new window
The Singapore Institute of Technology's new centrallised campus in Punggol will be integrated with a JTC-built creative industry cluster said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong
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Aug
2015
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ST - Uni for poly grads seeking degrees set for major expansionopens in new window
Minister wants SIT to have central campus to house its growing student population
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Aug
2015
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TNP - Chance to pursue their dream careers opens in new window
Maritime diploma graduate awarded scholarships for university studies
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Aug
2015
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ST - Water polo combines the best of both worldsopens in new window
National player Lim Wen Xin likes the game's swimming and teamwork aspects
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Aug
2015
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TODAY - Chance Collaborationopens in new window
UNIQLO partners Nanyang Polytechnic graduate for new T-shirt designs
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Aug
2015
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ST - Raising the bar in Spore higher educationopens in new window
Soon-to-open campuses at five polys offer specialised facilities
03
Aug
2015
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ST - Exciting times at the six varsitiesopens in new window
New buildings and facilities ,including 'smart'classrooms ,await students in new semester
03
Aug
2015
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TNP - Moved by nurses care for himopens in new window
Nursing is both an art and a science . The art is in the way you communicate and understand what the patient needs.The science is the theory,knowledge
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Aug
2015
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BT - Learning from each otheropens in new window
Singapore is keen to explore Switerland's well-known vocational and apprenticeship schemes, and life-long learning programmes
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Jul
2015
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ST - Are you game for sepak takrawopens in new window
National player says it's fun and popular; sport has many health benefits too
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Jul
2015
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ST - Record 15,000 to enter local varsities this yearopens in new window
This is 1,000 more than last year, raising cohort participation rate to 3.2 per cent
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Jul
2015
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TODAY - Tertiary programme outcomes should be assessed, says panelopens in new window
Evaluation should go beyond salaries: Tharman
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Jun
2015
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CNA - Singapore universities consider setting up dedicated facilities for lifelong learningopens in new window
This was one of the ideas discussed at the 10th International Academic Advisory Panel chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam, where it was also suggested that local universities be key stakeholders in the SkillsFuture movement.
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Jun
2015
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ST - Add zing to your swingopens in new window
Playing golf offers many health benefits, but make sure that you know how to swing your club right to avoid injuries.
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Jun
2015
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TODAY - No need to fear the death of technocracyopens in new window
What Singapore needs are polymaths
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Jun
2015
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BT - EMA launches framework to meet Singapore's manpower needsopens in new window
NECF will be a reference for the industry to guide its HR policies in talent attraction and retention, and staff development
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Jun
2015
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ST - Hokkien clan to give $120k to needy uni studentsopens in new window
Bursaries will be offered even to those with no ties to the association
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May
2015
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ST - Record 9,600 poly grads eye 2,080 places in SITopens in new window
Many pick varsity for its niche degrees and focus on getting students job-ready
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May
2015
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ST - More therapists ‘may ease negative impact of dementia’opens in new window
Occupational therapy may delay onset of illness, says SIT lecturer
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May
2015
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BT - Singapore taps German model to deepen technical skillsopens in new window
Strategy also aims to attract leading German firms to set up base here
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Apr
2015
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BT - The future of further educationopens in new window
The presidents of Singapore's six universities discuss the country's evolving higher education landscape over the years, the challenges in recruiting the best students and faculty, and what they hope to see in the Republic's university education scene in the coming decade
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Apr
2015
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BT - Harvard Business School grads to mentor students from 5 schoolsopens in new window
Each pair of mentors will guide batches of six students of three polytechnics and two universities over six months
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Apr
2015
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ST Life - Wear your baby safelyopens in new window
Carry a child correctly in a sling or carrier to reduce the likelihood of strain and discomfort
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Apr
2015
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ST Life! - Going one up on luxeopens in new window
Hotelier Richard Helfer is back with One Farrer Hotel & Spa, which boasts multiple hotel concepts under one roof
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Mar
2015
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TODAY - Digital learning key part of SkillsFuture modules by polys, universitiesopens in new window
Interactive online materials to support classroom teaching
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Mar
2015
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ST - Private schools seeing dip in local student numbersopens in new window
Officials attribute drop to expansion of places in public universities
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Mar
2015
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ST Online - New hospitality business degree has more than 500 applicantsopens in new window
Response for Singapore's first hospitality business degree has been overwhelming, with more than 500 applicants at the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) vying for 100 spots
04
Mar
2015
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CNA - Alternative study routes pay off for some studentsopens in new window
One example is Cheng Guang Hao, who could have studied engineering in university, but chose a course that could shape a person's health instead.
02
Mar
2015
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ST - More allied health professionals neededopens in new window
They help speed up patient recovery; SIT to offer degree courses next year
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Feb
2015
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ST - More allied health professionals neededopens in new window
They help speed up patient recovery; SIT to offer degree courses next year
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Feb
2015
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CNA - Aspects of German education model being adapted for Singaporeopens in new window
Senior Minister of State for Education Indranee Rajah says the Government is adapting parts of Germany's dual education model where students learn not only in schools, but in companies.
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Feb
2015
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ST - SG50 in the eyes of individual Singaporeansopens in new window
Students tell stories of firms that have contributed to country's growth
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Feb
2015
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ST - Occupational therapists in demand in greyer S'poreopens in new window
Good prospects, competitive pay drawing more to the profession
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Feb
2015
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CNA - First structured biosafety training programme launched in Singaporeopens in new window
The new training programme is the latest in a series of efforts aimed at raising Singapore's capabilities in managing infectious diseases
05
Feb
2015
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ST - Solving real-life problemsopens in new window
Dr Susanna Leong helped to develop Singapore's first undergraduate programme in pharmaceutical engineering at Singapore Institute of Technology
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Jan
2015
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ST- SIT to accept record 2,080 students this yearopens in new window
It will offer five new degrees in areas with 'huge demand' for specialists
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Jan
2015
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ST- SIT to accept record 2,080 students this yearopens in new window
It will offer five new degrees in areas with 'huge demand' for specialists
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Jan
2015
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TODAY - SIT launches five new degree programmesopens in new window
The Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) has launched four new applied degree programmes of its own, as it prepares for its largest intake this year - 2,080.
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Jan
2015
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CNA - SIT offers new degrees in pharmaceutical engineering, IT securityopens in new window
The university is touting two first-of-its-kind degree programmes in Singapore - Bachelor of Engineering with Honours in Pharmaceutical Engineering and Bachelor of Engineering with Honours in Information and Communications Technology (Information Security).
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Jan
2015
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ST - More undergrads seeking financial aid, getting itopens in new window
Five universities here give out more scholarships and bursaries
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Dec
2014
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CNA - 1,000 jobs to be created for biologics industry over 3 yearsopens in new window
A five-year plan to grow the industry's workforce will focus on meeting the high demand for skilled manpower, improving the relevance of training programmes and talent attraction and retention
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Dec
2014
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ST - New training focus care outside of hospitalsopens in new window
Degree courses will be offered to emphasise preventive health, reduce stress on hospitals
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Nov
2014
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CNA - SIT launches 4-year health-related degree programmesopens in new window
The degree programmes in Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Diagnostic Radiography, and Radiation Therapy will lead to a Bachelor of Science with honours
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Nov
2014
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ST - From waste to fertiliseropens in new window
Being a school dropout did not stop Mr Sim Eng Tong from forging ahead to become the CEO of Biomax Technologies
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Nov
2014
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TODAY - Gain an edge with international work experienceopens in new window
In the multicultural, multinational workplaces of today, employees who are intolerant of difference are a liability
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Nov
2014
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BT - ASME lays groundwork wkith key MOUsopens in new window
Its MOU with American Express, to be signed soon, will give it access to 15,000 Amex merchants and thus raise its reach among SMEs, says its chief
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Nov
2014
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ST - Coding for successopens in new window
SIT aims to meet the growing need for software engineerings who are equipped to handle complex information systems
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Nov
2014
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BT - (the SME Magazine) - Making The Leapopens in new window
University graduates used to shy away from working for an SME but are now more aware of the benefits of being employed by one
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Nov
2014
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ST - They're screaming all the way to the topopens in new window
Game that incorporates sounds players make wins prize at global festival
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Oct
2014
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BT - Aspire proposals part of bigger efforts Indraneeopens in new window
Govt had introduced applied education in schools, universities
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Sep
2014
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ST - A specially tailored inspection for each shipopens in new window
Maritime Singapore comprises more than 5,000 firms and 170,000 people, and contributes significantly to the economy while holding out good job prospects. In the sixth of a 10-part series, Melissa De Silva profiles people whose work is related to the registry of ships here
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Sep
2014
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BT - ASME spreads its wings with 2 big projectsopens in new window
'We're entering into more partnerships with some of these specialist associations that may not be very big, so they can tap into our SME centres. ASME today is no longer about serving only our members; it's about serving SMEs at large.'
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Sep
2014
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TODAY - Lack of technically skilled staff may impede German firms hereopens in new window
67% of companies polled had difficulty finding technically competent workers
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Aug
2014
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TODAY - Govt to boost measures to counter cybersecurity threatsopens in new window
We have not been able to find the right candidates at the degree of diploma level. In general, the pool of security professionals here is very small ... and some people who study related courses may end up doing something else, so it is good that we can have a bigger pool
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Aug
2014
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CNA - Government to boost cyber security measures - Yaacobopens in new window
Monitoring and Operations Control Centre to be established, Cyber-Watch Centre upgraded and Chief Information Security Officers appointed, Minister for Communications and Information Dr Yaacob Ibrahim announced on Tues (Aug 26)
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Aug
2014
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TODAY - Practice makes professionalsopens in new window
Mentoring can benefit both new and experienced pre-school teachers
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Aug
2014
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CNA - First Government-run nursing home targeted to be operational by 2016opens in new window
MOH says these homes will take the lead in providing a comprehensive range of aged care services, developing local staff and implementing enhanced nursing home standards
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Aug
2014
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CNA - Singapore Institute of Technology on track to produce more rail engineersopens in new window
Singapore's fifth autonomous university had four applicants for every vacancy in its new Sustainable Infrastructure Engineering programme
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Aug
2014
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ST - SIT degree courses in high demandopens in new window
More than 1,000 poly diploma holders apply for 200 places
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Jul
2014
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ST - Should a promising chef stay in the kitchen or go to uniopens in new window
The answer depends on how employers recruit and reward people. Paper credentials will always matter, if employers favour them over "deep skills"
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Jul
2014
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ST - 2 JC students try out lab work in German universityopens in new window
10-day trip part of joint effort with ST fund
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Jun
2014
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TODAY - Heng calls on companies to do more in workplace trainingopens in new window
Offering monetary incentives, grouping firms by sector to offer training could be considered
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Jun
2014
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TODAY - Education system system must evolve as needs changeopens in new window
Study trip to Norway, Netherlands shows need for 'skills transformation' here, says Education Minister
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Jun
2014
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ST - Germany facing shortage of skilled workersopens in new window
Problems include language, firms' lack of experience in recruiting foreign talent
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Jun
2014
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TODAY - MOE to focus on tertiary, secondary educationopens in new window
Changes to the PSLE scoring system will not be announced any time soon, says Heng
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May
2014
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ST - Driving forceopens in new window
A passion for the field of engineering has kept Professor Simon Yu in academia for more than 20 years
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May
2014
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ST - Making the cutopens in new window
Despite a booming restaurant scene, there are few Singaporean chefs who are in the big league
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May
2014
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TODAY - Mind the word gapopens in new window
Giving children as many opportunities as possible to talk is also crucial: Teacher can encourage little ones to talk to each other and help keep those conversations going by asking questions or commenting on what children are saying
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May
2014
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ST - Welcome to waffle worldopens in new window
Have it sweet or savoury, plain or infused with everything from red velvet to squid ink - cafes are serving new creations with zest
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Apr
2014
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LHZB - SIT received over 4 million dollars in donationsopens in new window
SIT received over 4 million dollars in donations to set up scholarships and bursaries to reduce the burden of students
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Apr
2014
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CNA - More therapists needed for an ageing population, say expertsopens in new window
There are some 2,000 occupational and physiotherapists in Singapore, and experts estimate that there will be a need for another 1,000 in the next four years
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Apr
2014
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ST - Pre-school to feature 15,000 sq m outdoor play areaopens in new window
There is more room for children to develop their motor skills. They can also play ball games without worrying about falling into drains or the balls rolling to roads nearby
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Apr
2014
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TODAY - 1,000 more varsity spots for S’poreans this yearopens in new window
Goal to provide places for 30% of local students achieved ahead of schedule; SIT, UniSIM to provide bulk of extra places
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Mar
2014
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TNP - More places for S'pore studentsopens in new window
30% of cohort to go to university this year
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Mar
2014
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ST - University places rise to 14,000 this yearopens in new window
Target to offer admission to 30% of cohort reached a year ahead of plan
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Mar
2014
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BT - SIT becomes fifth autonomous universityopens in new window
SIT will offer its applied degree programmes in the areas of sustainable infrastructure engineering, information and communications technology and accountancy
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Mar
2014
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CNA - SIT officially Singapore's fifth autonomous universityopens in new window
The Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) is now officially Singapore's fifth autonomous university. The SIT Act has been gazetted and will grant the university the right to confer and award degrees, diplomas and certificates
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Mar
2014
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CNA - 1000 more university places for S'poreans this year Education Ministeropens in new window
There will be 14,000 university places for Singaporeans this year, 1,000 more than the 13,000 places in 2012, said Education Minister Heng Swee Keat
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Mar
2014
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ST - Tuition fees at polys, ITE and universities to go upopens in new window
Hikes range from 0.5% to 8%; only new students are affected
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Mar
2014
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BT - Government to raise income cap and size of student bursariesopens in new window
It'll also set up fund for special needs poly, ITE students
08
Mar
2014
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ST - Taking up the service challengeopens in new window
Changing norms about good service and improving service quality will take time, say restaurateurs
02
Mar
2014
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TODAY - SIT exceeds intake goals for its degree programmesopens in new window
Targets for accountancy and ICT courses surpassed
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Feb
2014
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TNP - Nurturing star chefsopens in new window
Celebrity chefs like Gordon Ramsey and Jamie Oliver have made cooking cool. Some institutions here which offer culinary courses are now turning to famous chefs and schools to inspire their students.
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Feb
2014
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CNA - SIT to be Singapore's fifth autonomous universityopens in new window
The Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) will become the Republic's fifth autonomous university after Parliament passed a Bill on Monday.
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Feb
2014
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ST - Hipster Decor 101opens in new window
New cafes work the hipster look with vintage furniture and concrete floors
08
Feb
2014
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CNA - Shortage of engineers may weaken manufacturing capabilitiesopens in new window
Singapore's universities produce some 4,000 engineering graduates every year, but industry observers said a growing number are choosing non-engineering careers. Some experts said not having a ready pool of engineering expertise could have considerable consequences for Singapore.
02
Feb
2014
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ST - Tiny tots getting their outdoor fun indoorsopens in new window
Pre-schools facing lack of outside space build plush gyms for pupils
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Jan
2014
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ST - Adding diversity to the university sceneopens in new window
First there were two. Then the third came long in 2000. Today, there are six universities. With stiffer competition for students, each is now building up niche strengths, with some offering residential and overseas stints to all students.
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Jan
2014
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ST - Diverse team to review poly and ITE educationopens in new window
Group's 98 members drawn from business, industry and education
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Jan
2014
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ST - Digital dream come trueopens in new window
SIT scholar Tng Ren Qi's learning experience in his digital art and animation degree course has exceeded his expectations
04
Jan
2014
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BT - A quiet but fairly productive yearopens in new window
Several major schools expand physical presence here while local players venture into Iskandar
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Dec
2013
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ST - Reinvention keeps Keppel resilient to threats and turmoilopens in new window
CEO of world's No. 1 oil rigmaker feted for keeping standards high
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Nov
2013
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ST - Getting students to pay it forwardopens in new window
Local universities are stepping up efforts to groom students who are socially aware and will help take Singapore forward.
02
Nov
2013
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TODAY - How to succeed in a hyper-connected worldopens in new window
International technology leaders praise S'pore education standards, efforts at NYT forum
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Oct
2013
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TODAY - SIT to offer own degrees, turn out more graduatesopens in new window
S'pore's fifth university among institutions that will admit major share of increased intake
25
Oct
2013
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ST - SIT plans big increase in student numbersopens in new window
Varsity to raise enrolment from 3,000 now to over 10,000 by 2020
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Oct
2013
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CNA - SIT to offer specialised degree programmes when launching full-time coursesopens in new window
The Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) is looking for a new site for its main campus as it prepares to roll out its own full-time degree programmes in 2014.
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Oct
2013
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ST - SIT plans to offer three of its own degrees next yearopens in new window
They are in accountancy, software devt and infrastructure engineering
21
Sep
2013
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The Sunday Times - Take child's play seriouslyopens in new window
It is important to allow kids time to play as that is when they learn to control their bodies and pick up social skills, such as taking turns
11
Aug
2013
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TODAY - MHA launches new degree programme on criminology and securityopens in new window
Singapore's Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has launched a degree programme on criminology and security with University of Liverpool and Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT).
02
Aug
2013
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ST - SIT extends study period after complaintsopens in new window
Some students struggling to cope with accelerated degree courses
27
Jun
2013
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ST - SIT's niche degrees a draw for studentsopens in new window
Record 5,500 applications as offerings from big-name overseas unis prove a plus
07
Jun
2013
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ST - Is a degree really all-importantopens in new window
Even as the Government opens up more degree pathways for aspiring polytechnic graduates, its leaders are urging diploma holders to consider taking the road less travelled, be it going out to work or going into business
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May
2013
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ST - They want to teach pre-schoolopens in new window
Early childhood education could do with more men in the ranks: Experts
02
May
2013
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TODAY - Tackling the manpower crunch in pre-schoolsopens in new window
Tertiary institutes offering programmes for early childhood educators will raise intakes
22
Apr
2013
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ST - Record 5,500 apply for SIT foreign uni coursesopens in new window
Only 1,500 places available this year; 95% of applicants from poly
17
Apr
2013
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ST - Universities, polys and ITE raise tuition feesopens in new window
Hike for next academic year bigger for PRs, foreigners than for citizens
30
Mar
2013
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CNA - More job opportunities for Singaporeans in aerospace industryopens in new window
Singapore's aerospace industry produced a total output of S$8.7 billion last year - more than double the output a decade ago.
27
Mar
2013
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ST - Born to build vessels (Recruit Scholars' Choice II)opens in new window
Keppel FELS scholar Milton Tan has benefited from his studies at the Singapore Institute of Technology
09
Feb
2013
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ST - Too fast a track to a degreeopens in new window
The Singapore Institute of Technology, which offers polytechnic graduates a two-year track to a university degree, has big plans to expand. But it has to relook its degree programmes to succeed.
07
Feb
2013
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ST - Another SIT partner seeks reviewopens in new window
Munich varsity, like Digipen, has high dropout rate, wants longer courses
31
Jan
2013
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TNP - SIT graduate living her mum's dreamopens in new window
Safarah Asmada manages 80 men in her marine engineering team
31
Jan
2013
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ST - 33 earn culinary degreeopens in new window
They are the first batch to graduate from Culinary Institute of America campus here
30
Jan
2013
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Sunday Times - They run to win a smileopens in new window
Undergrad ropes in friend to greet strangers on each of their weekly runs in Bishan
27
Jan
2013
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ST - US varsity asked to 'double fees' at SITopens in new window
Las Vegas school wants to maintain presence here despite ending tie-up
19
Jan
2013
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TNP - She gives up business course to COOKopens in new window
Pioneer SIT graduate even met legendary Guy Savoy
12
Jan
2013
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ST - S'poreans flocking overseas to studyopens in new window
Weak currencies and high-ranking universities draw them to UK, US
04
Dec
2012
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MYP Q&A - Academic and occupational therapist Dr May Lim Sok Muiopens in new window
Dr May Lim, who has years of experience working with young kids affected by developmental delays and disorders, shares with My Paper how parents can help develop their children's emotional intelligence (EQ).
12
Nov
2012
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TNP - Lower fees are a big drawopens in new window
S'poreans pay less for Singapore Institute of Technology-Trinity College Dublin courses
30
Oct
2012
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ST - Tools to make things betteropens in new window
Singapore Institute of Technology links students with corporations and industries to prepare them for the workplace
23
Oct
2012
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ST - Very few make the grade at DigiPenopens in new window
Only 12 students from first batch of 33 graduated from the tough programme
14
Oct
2012
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ST - Quest for the 'SIT DNA'opens in new window
Varsity's president-designate wants to produce graduates who can 'learn, unlearn and relearn'
14
Oct
2012
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ST - SIT may offer own degrees by 2015, says new headopens in new window
President-designate: Degrees will not overlap with partner universities'
07
Sep
2012
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TODAY - Work a year as part of your degreeopens in new window
SIT to let undergrads take on extended industry attachments for higher than internship pay
29
Aug
2012
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TODAY - Room for more graduatesopens in new window
Mindful of risks, committee gives assurance that the economy will be able to cope
29
Aug
2012
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ST - SIT to be full-fledged university by 2014opens in new window
Work-cum-study scheme a feature of its autonomous varsity blueprint
29
Aug
2012
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ST - Economy can support more grads: Govtopens in new window
Jump in university places won't lead to unemployed grads, say leaders
29
Aug
2012
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ST - 40% of each cohort to get shot at local universitiesopens in new window
16,000 places yearly by 2020 at six institutions offering full-time courses
27
Aug
2012
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BT - More Sporeans to join university as govt recognises SIT & UniSIMopens in new window
New stat board to improve quality of pre-school education
27
Aug
2012
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BT - Towards a bigger heart a better futureopens in new window
PM Lee addresses diverse pressing issues and longer-term challenges
27
Aug
2012
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TNP - Nurse, Where are the nursesopens in new window
Fewer are taking up nursing courses and current nurses are not surprised
30
Jul
2012
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ST - Veteran NUS don will be SIT's next presidentopens in new window
Prof will join institute as president-designate from Sept 1; current head will return to SMU next Feb
13
Jul
2012
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20120705 TODAY - Polys will not become pre-universitiesopens in new window
Polytechnics must retain primary mission of preparing students for the workplace, says Lawrence Wong
05
Jul
2012
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ST - 'More varsity places good but don't create carbon-copy grads'opens in new window
Panel also warns against offering more academically oriented degrees
05
Jul
2012
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ST - Fewer S'pore students going to Aussie varsitiesopens in new window
Drop over last decade may be due to a wider range of degree options opening up here
19
Mar
2010
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ST - Degrees for poly grads launchedopens in new window
Admission process begins today for 8 courses from 5 top foreign institutions
10
Mar
2010
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