SIT's GES 2022 found that 9 in 10 graduates gained employment within 6 months. Three SITizens from the Class of 2022 share their education journey.
Associate Professor Yee Fook Cheong is shaping the future of manufacturing as the first Academia Fellow of the International Centre for Industrial Transformation.
Since its first run in 2018, the Industry Mentorship Programme has garnered the support of over 200 industry mentors and benefitted more than 500 SITizens.
As more of those entering the workforce are diversifying the way they pick up knowledge and competency-based learning picks up pace, how does this impact employers and how they hire?
Students and staff from SIT were among the first donors at the new Bloodbank@One Punggol, which is located close to the university’s upcoming Punggol Campus.
Dr Barbara Bichelmeyer, Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor of the University of Kansas, spoke at the Applied Learning Conference 2023 and shared why the future of education lies in competency-based education.
The Energy Efficiency Technology Centre (EETC) upskilled 200 professionals and conducted 120 audits to help Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) optimise their energy usage in its first phase of operation.
The Singapore Institute of Technology is proposing a new approach to upskilling and education that shifts the focus from paper qualifications to certified skills and competencies.
As the shelf-life of skills shortens, it's time to rethink the traditional approach to upskilling.
An innovative cooling system that makes it a breeze to live an eco-friendly lifestyle won this research team the inaugural SIT Applied Research Excellence Award.