Cong Zhu at work

A Progressive Career Path from IWSP

From an intern to a full-time employee and now, a team lead; the IWSP experience fast-tracked the career path of this SITizen.


First-hand Experience in Machine Vision

In this final instalment of a three-part series, we put the spotlight on a SITizen who made a remarkable contribution to his IWSP company through machine vision technology.

T-Up Eagles Awards: Improvising Manufacturing Processes

SITizens created value for their IWSP companies by optimising and automating workflow processes.

Scaling Heights, Creating Impact: T-Up Eagles Awards

Exemplifying the SITizen-DNA trait of ‘Catalysts for Transformation’ are four winners of the inaugural T-Up Eagles Awards.


Empowering the Female Voice

2021 has been dedicated by the Ministry of Social and Family Development as the Year of Celebrating SG Women. We take a look at two initiatives involving SIT that support women’s development.


How to Future Proof Our Teenagers for the Job Market

As industries progress with technology, the nature of jobs changes and expectations of graduates entering the workforce evolve. While teenagers today are more than familiar with ...

Preparing Future-Ready Graduates

The expectations of the workforce have changed as digital transformation charters new pathways for businesses. Beyond having specific skills and expertise, employees are expected ...


SIT graduates continue to have good employment outcomes

10 September 2018 – Graduates from the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) continue to be well-received by the industry, with improved employment rates and competitive starting ...

SIT Nurses’ Day 2018 Celebration centres on community healthcare

Cutting the cake at the Nurses’ Day celebration at SIT@Dover (from left to right): Associate Professor Genedine Lim, Programme Director (Nursing), Health and Social Sciences, SIT ...


The labour movement goes on-campus to prepare the next generation for careers ahead

The signatories and witnesses of the MOU signing (from left): Associate Professor Ivan Lee, Professor Tan Thiam Soon, Ms Yeo May Fung, Mr Desmond Choo, Minister Chan Chun Sing, Dr ...