Singapore Institute of Technology pilots interdisciplinary learning in 5 degree programmes

SIT president Chua Kee Chaing said the university's aim is for graduates to "hit the ground running" when they step into the workforce. PHOTO: SIT
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SINGAPORE - Students across five degree programmes at the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) have been learning content beyond their disciplines since last September.

These 370 freshmen, who enrolled in SIT in 2021, are the first batch of undergraduates to benefit from a revamped curriculum, which aims to equip them to handle complex real-life problems that may cut across different fields.

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