Wednesday, March 21, 2012


For those of you who are completing your diploma, and is currently researching on which University to go to, this post is dedicated to you!!

I have previously attended the SIT open house at SuntecSingapore Polytechnic.

Why SIT?

SIT specialised degree programmes are targeted at growth sectors of the economy, giving you an industry-focused degree programmes for Polytechnic students, that will impart knowledge and skills that will make you highly sought-after upon graduation. In addition, their strong links with industry partners mean that you are supported through scholarships, industry sponsorships, internships and work attachments.

Programmes that are available at SIT:

All of SIT overseas degrees are 'campus-blind', which means that you'll receive the exact same degree as your counterparts at the home campus of your overseas university! SIT is an initiative of the Ministry of Education, it's a local government school collaborating with many top notch overseas schools like:
  • Wheelock College
  • Trinity Dublin College
  • The Glasgow School of Art
  • Newcastle University
  • The University of Manchester
  • Technical University of Munich
  • University of Glasgow
  • The Culinary Institute of America
  • University of Nevada, Las Vegas
If you're someone that has an eye for design, then you should definitely check out SIT's collaboration with The Glasgow School of Art offering two degree programmes like:

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Communication Design
Never before has the communications arena had such fluidity for the realistation of student ideas and professional identity; weather it be simple or complex, witty of profound - Communication Design is a platform for the thinking of tomorrow. Graphic Design, Illustration and Photography are the three distinct specialisms in Communication Design at the GSA. 

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Interior Design
Interior Design involves the creation of imaginative and stimulating environments in specific places - often within existing buildings. The revitalization, reuse and re-imagining of the latter requires a sensitivity to the particular qualities of a site and host building, along with an understanding of the needs of the people who will populate it. 

Applications for the Singapore Institute of Technology is finally open!!
Applications are on going till 1st April 2012. 
APPLY NOW through or 'LIKE' their Facebook page HERE