Pharmaceutical engineers work behind the scenes and play a crucial role in the entire journey of pharmaceutical drugs we rely on.
With a comprehensive suite of electrical and electronic engineering degree programmes, SIT is nurturing the next generation of talent to meet the demand for a smart and innovative Singapore.
Mechatronics Systems students learn model-based systems engineering with the help of industry experts from IBM Singapore.
A group of SITizens share their experience of embracing risks and experimentation, ultimately leading to clinching the IPRS PRISM Award.
Two teams from SIT, Bus-Tastic Daddies and WireBenders, won first and third prizes respectively in the student category of the annual competition organised by the Singapore Bus Academy and NTUC’s e2i.
This year’s SIT Community Challenge saw the university collaborate with James Dyson Foundation and students from the Punggol community to enhance sustainable development efforts.
Emily Lim established 'Dabao Singapore' in San Francisco, initially aiming to sustain herself after being laid off. The food venture led to discovering a close-knit community that loves her Singaporean hawker dishes.
Since their secondary school years, Shanice Lim Wei En, 23 and Lee Xuan Ying, 25, have had a profound fascination with nutrition and its influence on individual well-being.
SITizen Bryan Choo took a long shot when he applied to Rapsodo Sports for his Integrated Work Study Programme, and scored a full-time role in the company after graduation.
To Physiotherapy students Mohit Murli Khemlani and Liang Liwen, volunteer work is the key to shaping the next generation of physiotherapists into empathetic healthcare professionals with heart.