Information Technology (IT) affects us all, from how we live to how we work and play. With a quality education in IT or any of its sub-disciplines, you can explore a wide range of career opportunities in various sectors.
At the School of Information Technology (SIT), we offer five engaging IT diploma courses and a common entry programme – all designed to train you to become a skilled IT professional and qualify for higher education in related fields.
Our commitment is to give you a holistic education, by providing you a well-balanced curriculum that stretches your potential beyond the classroom. It will equip you with the right balance of skills and professionalism needed to thrive in the industry.
What’s more, as a strong advocator of SkillsFuture, SIT offers four specialist diplomas, a part-time diploma and many other lifelong learning courses to help adult learners keep up to date on new advances in digital technology.
- We nurture all-rounders in an engaging learning environment
- We make you industry-ready
- We get you university-ready
- You can gain global experiences
- You will enjoy a vibrant campus life
Welcome to NYP’s School of Information Technology where we nurture our learners to be proficient IT professionals through 5 full-time Diploma Courses, 1 Common ICT Programme and various lifelong learning options.
Our lecturers come from diverse backgrounds bringing with them a wealth of industry knowledge and experience. Our strong linkages with the industry will ensure that your training remains up-to-date and relevant.
Learners enrolled in our Diploma in Applied AI & Analytics will experience a whole new teaching model – the NYP Professional Competency Model (NYP-PCM). The first of its kind in Singapore, this teaching model was co-created with Tech leaders such as Google, Microsoft, Oracle and SAS. Mirroring workplace practices closely, learners from this diploma can expect to graduate with additional industry certifications to kickstart their careers...
We constantly review our curriculum and find innovative ways to approach Teaching and Learning.
- Mobile learning (convenience and easy access, for just-in-time learning and bite-size learning)
- Differentiated learning (to maximize learning by catering to different students’ profiles, interests, abilities and learning styles)
- Active learning (for engagement and effective learning through participation and reflection)
You will get real-world experience through attachments to companies and NYP’s Centre for IT Innovation in your final year of study. Through this programme, you have the chance to work on real life projects and gain exposure to the demands of the industry. This also allows you to interact with people from different disciplines and learn how IT is used in various ways to create innovative solutions to overcome real-world problems.
Nothing beats hands-on experience. At NYP’s Centre for IT Innovation, we use a contextual teaching and learning approach. You will work full-time on projects, taking theoretical concepts and turning them into real-world solutions. This will give you the invaluable industry experience you’ll need to thrive in the IT industry.
To give you plenty of opportunities to work on industry projects, we have linked up with key industry partners in the emerging areas of big data analytics, cybersecurity, cloud computing, next-generation network technologies, wireless and mobile computing, the Internet of Things and fintech. They include Accenture, the Centre for Strategic Infocomm Technologies, Cisco Systems, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Red Hat, SAP, SAS, the Singapore Land Authority, Splunk, ST Electronics, StarHub and many more.
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