...

Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT)

Visit website

About the employer

Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) is Singapore’s University of Applied Learning. It aims to be a leader in innovative university education by integrating learning, industry and community.

SIT offers applied degree programmes targeted at growth sectors of the economy with a unique pedagogy that integrates work and study. Applied research is weaved into students’ learning experience, where they work on real industry problems and create solutions to meet industry needs. As part of the university’s advocacy for the work-learn continuum, SIT strives to instil within its students a culture of lifelong learning and places an emphasis on skills needed by industry. SIT also aims to cultivate in its students four distinctive traits that form the SIT-DNA: Thinking Tinkerers; Able to Learn, Unlearn and Relearn; Catalysts for Transformation; and Grounded in the Community.

Established in 2009 and gazetted as an autonomous university in 2014, SIT currently has six distributed campuses, with its main campus in SIT@Dover. The future campus will be part of the Punggol Digital District that will feature a fit-for-purpose campus where the reimagining of higher education can take place within a community setting.

More jobs from this employer

Employer location

Discover similar employers

...
Wenzhou-Kean University Wenzhou, China 27 open positions
...
KIMEP University Almaty, Kazakhstan 13 open positions
...
University of Nizwa Nizwá, Oman 8 open positions
...
American University of Iraq - Baghdad Baghdad, Iraq 5 open positions
...
RMIT International University Vietnam (RMIT Vietnam) Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 5 open positions
More employers

This might interest you

...
5 Reasons to Pursue Your PhD at EMBL European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) 4 min read
...
Deciphering the Gut’s Clues to Our Health University of Turku 5 min read
...
Understanding Users to Optimise 3D Experiences Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) 5 min read
...
Harnessing the Rhizosphere to Protect Our Soil Free University of Bozen - Bolzano 5 min read
More stories