Diving into Real-World Issues to Make Ships Safer

One focused on the tiny and reaped great benefits. Another spent time to save lives and livelihoods. The last zoomed in on efficiency. Together, these students target common issues faced by marine companies to make a difference.

Gearing Students Towards a Climate-disrupted World

As the focus shifts to sustainability, SIT ensures that graduates entering the workforce have the skills to thrive.


SIT and TCOMS Form Strategic Partnership for Applied Research and to Jointly Nurture Engineering Talent

The MOU between SIT and TCOMS will strengthen Singapore’s R&D efforts in sustainable maritime engineering and grow a future talent pool. From left: Professor Chua Kee Chaing ...

Be Part of the Sea Change

The Singapore Institute of Technology will be rolling out the re-designed three-year Bachelor of Engineering with Honours in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering in Academic ...


Nurturing the Talent Pool for Maritime 4.0

Five SIT students have been awarded the MaritimeONE Scholarship, which offers a pathway into the maritime industry for those with a passion to make a difference in an exciting sector.


SITizens Get Innovative to Help Shipping Industry Go Green

SITizens Get Innovative to Help Shipping Industry Go Green

A ‘ferry’ tale win for SITizens

A ‘ferry’ tale win for SITizens


Nurturing industry-ready talent for transformation of maritime industry

The Marine and Offshore Engineering industry is key to Singapore’s role as an international maritime hub leader, contributing 7% to Singapore’s GDP and employing more than 170,000 ...