Programme Overview

Qualification
MSc
Provider
Singapore Institute of Technology
Duration
2 years
Total credits
60
Application period
1 to 30 Sep 2022 (January Intake)
Next intake
Campus location
SIT@Dover

The Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering is a 60-credit postgraduate programme for working professionals seeking to be Chartered Engineers (CEng) and/or Professional Engineers (PE). 

Under the Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering programme, students can choose to pursue either specialisations:

  • Sustainable Land Transport
  • Sustainable Building Technology

This programme is a mandatory requirement to be eligible for consideration for Chartered Engineers (CEng) in the UK and Commonwealth countries and/or Professional Engineers (PE) in Singapore.

The Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering is a merger and rename of the Master of Engineering Technology in Sustainable Infrastructure Engineering (Land) programme and Master of Engineering Technology in Sustainable Infrastructure Engineering (Building Services) programme, both of which were granted full accreditation by the Engineering Accreditation Board. 

Classes are conducted on weekday evenings. 

Programme Highlights

    The specialisation of Sustainable Building Technology focuses on:

    • Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning 
    • Building Information Modelling 
    • Sustainable Building Engineering
    • Fire Management and Engineering
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    The specialisation of Sustainable Land Transport focuses on:

    • Railway Engineering 
    • Total Preventative Maintenance
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    How to Apply

    Apply online
    1. Apply Online

    1 to 30 Sep 2022 (January Intake)

    Online applications for degree programmes.

    Pay Fees
    2. Payment

    1 week after closing of admissions

    Payment of application fee and online submission of relevant supporting documents.

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    3. Shortlisting

    Sep to Oct 2022 (January Intake)

    Shortlisted candidates will be assessed through interviews.

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    4. Application Outcome

    Oct 2022 (January Intake)

    Successful candidates will receive an offer via email. 

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    5. Acceptance 

    Oct 2022 (January Intake)

    It’s time to accept our offer. You’ll receive a pre-matriculation package.

    Curriculum Structure

    All classes are conducted on weekday evenings. You are required to complete eight coursework modules and a Master of Science Dissertation in order to graduate.

     

    Year

    Trimester 1

    Trimester 2

    Trimester 3

    Normal Candidature

    1

     

    2 modules

    2 modules

    Master of Science Dissertation

    2

     

    2 modules

    2 modules

    Modules for this programme can be taken individually and stacked towards a Postgraduate Certificate in Building Services Engineering / Urban Railway Technology. Find out more about the Modular Certification Courses offered SITLEARN Professional Development.

    Eligibility

    Applicants must possess the following:

    • A Bachelor’s degree in Engineering
    • At least one year of post bachelor’s working experience in a related field.

    Fees and Finances

      Subsidised fees per credit
      $149.50
      Total credit
      60
      Tuition fees: $8,970.00 for SG Citizens / $35,407.00 Non-subsidised fees.
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      Subsidised fees per credit
      $303.00
      Total credit
      60
      Tuition fees: $18,180.00 for Permanent Resident / $35,407.00 Non-subsidised fees.
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      Subsidised fees per credit
      $590.11
      Total credit
      60
      Tuition fees: $35,407.00 for International Student / $35,407.00 Non-subsidised fees.
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      • Fees shown for Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents are exclusive of GST and subsidised by the Ministry of Education.
      • Fees shown for International Students and Non-Subsidised fees are inclusive of 7% GST.
      • Postgraduate tuition fees are not fixed throughout the student’s entire candidature and are subject to an annual increase.