Transforming Healthcare, Empowering Lives

The Health and Social Sciences cluster (HSS) at Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) offers curated undergraduate programmes to educate, train, and nurture students to become competent and dedicated healthcare professionals. By 2030, the number of older people aged 65 and above is projected to increase from 582,000 today to more than 900,000, and comprise 20% of the population. An ageing society would mean a greater need for healthcare services and providers. SIT-HSS graduates can look forward to fulfilling careers, impacting the lives of individuals and communities in hospitals, polyclinics, specialist centres, intermediate and long-term care facilities, schools, and social care sectors.

Highlights

Eunice Shannon Teh

Equipping Future-Ready Allied Health Professionals

Industry-centric curriculum and programmes at the Singapore Institute of Technology empower its students with the skills, know-how, and mindset to smoothly transit into the working world, as Eunice Shannon Teh would attest to.

running in sandals

Running in Sandals? Physiotherapists Weigh in with Engineers’ Help

06 August 2021
Dhanya Davita Devarajoo

Driven by a Desire to Care for Singapore’s Elderly

28 June 2021
The vertical high-tech farm on the side-facade of a HDB block in Tampines Eco Town.

Farming at Your Doorstep

21 May 2021