A Decade of Impact: SIT Celebrates 10 Years of Transforming Education

SIT celebrates 10 years as an autonomous university with a gala dinner, marking a decade of growth and impact in the education sector.


10 Things to Know About SIT

The Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) is Singapore’s university of applied learning and is currently Singapore’s third-largest autonomous university by undergraduate intake ...


SIT Punggol Campus to Boast Largest Private Microgrid in Singapore to Support Singapore’s Energy Transition for a Low-Carbon Energy Future

SIT Punggol Campus to Boast Largest Private Microgrid in Singapore


How This Singapore University Is Preparing Its Graduates for Future Uncertainties

“Spoon feeding in the long run teaches us nothing but the shape of the spoon,” English writer Edward M. Forster once remarked.


SIT Names Lecture Theatre and Collaboration Loop after Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan in Honour of $1.8 Million Endowed Gift

As part of its efforts to nurture talents and promote education, the Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan (SHHK) has contributed an endowed gift of $1.8 million through its charitable arm ...

Integrated Declaration System for Added Safety and Convenience

Enabled with facial recognition technology, the integrated system eases SafeEntry registration, temperature screening, and health declaration for all SIT students and staff.As ...

Keeping SIT Campuses Safe and Ready for the New AY

Starting today, Trimester 1 of the new academic year 2020/21 will be in full swing!Following several months of home-based learning and controlled access to the campus, SIT is ...

Building a Green Campus and Curriculum

An illustration of SIT's future centralised campus in Punggol.

Delivering quality education as Covid-19 continues

As the mid-trimester break rolled around, academic staff at the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) were busier than ever. The clock was ticking — they had just 10 days to move ...

Safe Re-opening of SIT Campuses

The Multi-Ministry Taskforce has announced that Singapore will exit the Circuit Breaker period in a careful and calibrated manner from 1 June, and embark on a controlled approach to resume activities safely over three phases.