Integrated Work Study Programme
Students will undergo a 26-week Integrated Work Study Programme (IWSP) at a company relevant to their area of study. The IWSP provides an excellent opportunity to integrate what they have learnt in the classroom to what is practised in the real world. The extended period also provides an opportunity for companies to evaluate the suitability of students as potential employees. Besides producing practice-oriented graduates, IWSP will be the platform through which students are challenged during their work attachment stint to initiate innovative projects under the guidance of SIT’s IWSP and company-appointed supervisors.
Overseas Immersion Programme
Students will have to undergo a three-week attachment at the home campus of Newcastle University where they get to experience life as a student in Newcastle, United Kingdom. The programme itinerary will include library and career talks, academic lectures, research and literature review workshops to prepare students for their final-year dissertation projects, as well as visits to engineering companies, and key cultural sites.
- Engineer (Mechanical/Mechatronics/Manufacturing/Design/QA/R&D)
- Professional Officer/Consultant in Commercial and Public Sectors
- Engineering Project Manager
Eligibility and Exemption
Diploma holders from any of the five local polytechnics and A level / IB Diploma graduates are welcome to apply.
Subject to approval, diploma applicants may be granted module exemptions, based on the modules taken during their diploma.
A-Level / IB Diploma Prerequisites
Obtained a good pass in one H1/H2 or SL/HL Mathematics and also a good pass in one H1/H2 or SL/HL Physics.
Fees and Finances
- Tuition fees shown is the total cost based on the completion of the study.
- Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents fees are exclusive of GST and subsidised by the Ministry of Education.
- International Students and Non-Subsidised fees are inclusive of 7% GST.
Industry Advisory Committee
The members of the Industry Advisory Committee for this programme are: