Mechanical Design and Manufacturing Engineering (SIT & Newcastle University)
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Yap Sune Aik
Application Engineer, Belden Inc.

I was attracted to the industry-relevant modules in the SIT-Newcastle University (NU) Mechanical Design and Manufacturing Engineering programme. I loved the closely knitted culture at the university, where my classmates and I would help one another with our assignments and preparation for the examinations, ensuring that no one is left behind. 


Mazher Najeeb Amwar
Chief Technical Officer, Sesto Robotics

Sesto Robotics have found students from SIT to have a sound understanding of engineering fundamentals. They have been able to quickly apply themselves to tasks and have a methodical approach to problem-solving. They were able to quickly assemble proof of concepts to determine the feasibility of ideas and understand the variables involved in the system. Participants from the IWSP readily absorbed new ideas and methods introduced to them and adapted to best practices. Students were also exposed to a variety of interdisciplinary skills and knowledge during their course, which proved useful for their IWSP projects.

Kavithaa D/O Ramesh
Area Engineer, Micron Technology

What drew me to SIT was its applied learning culture. We are tasked to do projects in almost every module, which helps us to gain extensive knowledge and apply what we have learnt. Our lecturers, who are industry practitioners, often shared their experiences with us so that we can better relate what we’re learning to the real world, and anticipate challenges that we may face when we join the workforce. 


Ng Jean Yin
Graduate (2021), Mechanical Design and Manufacturing Engineering

The professors at SIT always have students’ interests at home. They are very approachable and supportive and would always offer advice and guidance when I am in doubt.