The IWSP provides an opportunity for students to be exposed to a real industrial project with field activities and not just administrative tasks. Students can learn to integrate theory into practice, which makes them real assets to the project team.
The IWSP, which is a key feature in SIT and joint degree programmes, allowed me to build a strong rapport with the industry and determine if what I’m working towards is a good fit for me. Most of my friends and I were offered full-time positions at our IWSP companies, even before graduation!
The IWSP provides a suitable platform for students to directly apply the attained academic knowledge into the industry. This experiential exposure drives interaction, initiative, and innovation in the students, and these attributes will serve them well in their preparation to enter the workforce.
SIT has instilled certain traits in me, such as adopting a learner’s mindset - that helps me stay ahead of the competition. In today’s evolving technological world, we must strive for constant improvement to stay relevant in the rapid growth environment upon graduation.
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