During their six-month IWSP at a global semiconductor company, engineering students Andreas, Kee Chuan and Zhang Xu got a taste of the working world.
Find out how SIT’s degree programmes are designed to equip graduates with relevant and updated skills for the working world.
ince its first run in 2018, the annual Industry Mentorship Programme (IMP) has benefitted more than 360 SITizens.
On 2 November 2022, the Singapore Institute of Technology inked seven Memoranda of Understanding with reputable companies to jointly nurture fintech talents.
3P partnership to bolster service, data, and process transformation to address current and future needs of sector.
At the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT), a group of 14 adult learners taking classes in cyber security is also a test case of a progressive workplace learning model.
The Corporate Mentoring and Coaching training programme aims to develop workplace mentors, who play an integral role in cultivating workplace learning culture.
The collaboration will take place on three fronts – workplace learning programmes for Rotary staff, internship opportunities for SIT students, and innovation projects.
Educators across the globe gathered to discuss how institutes of higher learning can better train students in preparation for workplaces of the future. Economic disruptions brought ...
New Degree Specialisation to Boost Industry 4.0 Capabilities