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.

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Go Global: Expanding Horizons in Healthcare

Third-year Physiotherapy student Tina Tay put her trimester break to good use through SIT’s Overseas Exposure Programme (OEP), broadening her horizons and building her professional competency.

Grooming Future-Ready Talents in Healthcare

16 Feb 2024

Novel Spinal Cord Injury Clinical Trial Helps Paralysed Patients Walk Again

2 Feb 2024

This Behavioural Map Sheds New Light on Stroke Patients’ Physical Activity

26 Jan 2024

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Resources for Individuals with Developmental Stuttering

Developed by our students form the Speech and Language Therapy programme, the following resources are designed for teachers, medical and allied health professionals to increase stuttering awareness and to provide tips and strategies for supporting individuals with developmental stuttering.

Poster on Developmental Stuttering

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Guide for Teachers: Children with Developmental Stuttering

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Health Study Recruitment

Evaluate the relationship between food intake, quality, intuitive eating habits and gut microbiome. 
Study findings may contribute to future clinical uses, such as using a non-diet approach to nutrition therapy, and research on long-term diet and gut microbiome in Singapore.


  • Age 18 to 39 years old (inclusive)
  • Lives in Singapore
  •  Eating and drinking as per usual
  • No history of cancer, gastrointestinal diseases and chronic illness
  • Able to read and comprehend English

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