James Cook University

Introduction

The Singapore campus of James Cook University is fully owned by James Cook University Australia, which is ranked in the top 2%* of universities in the world. James Cook University Australia established its Singapore campus in 2003 as part of its expressed intent of internationalising its activities and offers a suite of university level programs at the Singapore campus covering the areas of Business, Information Technology, Psychology, Education, Accounting, Arts, Aquaculture, Environmental Science, Games Design, Tourism and Hospitality.

James Cook University offers Higher Degree by Research programs# such as Doctor of Philosophy, Master of Philosophy and pathways to a higher degree.

Additionally, the campus offers courses at the pre-university level, specifically designed to provide pathways for students who are unable to immediately meet university entrance standards.

The Singapore campus of James Cook University is located at Sims Drive. The campus provides students with access to a full range of facilities and services to support their learning. These include lecture and seminar rooms, library and associated study facilities, computer laboratories, financial lab and access to a variety of sporting facilities.

Graduate Programmes

Accounting

Business

Education

Games Design

Information Technology

Psychology

Hospitality and Tourism Management

Higher Degrees by Research

Planning and Urban Design

Contact Details

James Cook University (Sims Drive Campus)
149 Sims Drive
Singapore 387380

Tel: +65 6709 3888                    
Email: admissions-singapore@jcu.edu.au

Singapore University of Technology and Design

Introduction

Vision
Technology and design always have been and always will be essential for society’s prosperity and well-being.

Embracing this tenet as a call to action, SUTD will be a leading research-intensive global university focused on technology and all elements of technology-based design.

It will educate technically-grounded leaders who are steeped in the fundamentals of mathematics, science, and technology; are creative and entrepreneurial; have broad perspectives informed by the humanities, arts and social sciences; and are engaged with the world.

It will embrace the best of the East and West and drive knowledge creation and innovation, as well as innovative curriculum and teaching approaches.

Its faculty, students and staff will have

  1. far-reaching aspirations to create a better world by design,
  2. the confidence and courage to try new ideas and approaches,
  3. a questioning spirit fueled by the thrill of multi-disciplinary learning and doing, and
  4. life-long competencies, especially the ability and appetite to learn and innovate.

By excelling in all these dimensions, SUTD will be viewed as the foremost university in the world for technology and design education and research.

Mission
The Singapore University of Technology and Design is established to advance knowledge and nurture technically-grounded leaders and innovators to serve societal needs, with a focus on Design, through an integrated multi-disciplinary curriculum and multi-disciplinary research.

Core Values

  • Leadership
  • Integrity
  • Passion
  • Collaboration
  • Creativity

National Institute of Education

Introduction

The National Institute of Education (NIE), Singapore, is Singapore’s national teacher education institute and we are proud to be an integral part of the nation’s education service. We play a key role in the preparation of teachers and in the provision of teacher professional and school leadership development programmes. 
 
Our university-based teacher education programmes leverage the strong partnerships that NIE has with the Ministry of Education and Singapore schools to develop teachers who are grounded in theory and strong in practice. As an institute within a world-class research university, NIE also offers rigorous graduate education in the form of masters and doctoral programmes for local and international students. 
 
NIE faculty are actively involved in research in their respective academic disciplines. Our education research strengthens the research-practice nexus continually, and advances theory and policy thinking. NIE also supports our nation’s life-long learning endeavours through courses in relevant professional and life skills.

Contact Details

National Institute of Education
Nanyang Technological University
1 Nanyang Walk
Singapore 637616

Tel: +65 6790 3888
Email: nieadmpp@nie.edu.sg 

The University of Melbourne

Introduction

Established in 1853, the University of Melbourne is a public-spirited institution that makes distinctive contributions to society in researchlearning and teaching and engagement. It’s consistently ranked among the leading universities in the world, with international rankings of world universities placing it as number 1 in Australia and number 32 in the world (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2017-2018).

Australia’s leading university

Our distinctive Melbourne experience helps graduates become well-rounded, thoughtful and skilled professionals – making a positive impact across the globe.

Our research helps solve social, economic and environmental challenges the world is facing today and into the future. We’re tightly connected with our communities, at home and around the globe – a connection that enriches our learning, teaching and research.

Graduate Programmes (Masters)
Health
Science
Graduate Programmes (PhD)
Architecture, Building, Planning and Design
Graduate Programmes (Graduate Diploma & Certificate)
Health
Science
Contact Details

The University of Melbourne
Parkville VIC 3010
Australia

Tel: +61 3 9035 5511
Email: https://ask.unimelb.edu.au

DIMENSIONS International College

Introduction

DIMENSIONS International College (DIMENSIONS), formerly known as Dimensions Commercial School was founded in 1980. Today we have three campuses located at:

Altogether we have 89 air-conditioned classrooms, 6 training facilities and other facilities like libraries, academic resource centre, chemistry laboratory, physics laboratory, computer room, canteens, auditoriums, basketball court, tennis court and badminton courts. We have four schools within DIMENSIONS, namely the School of LanguagesSchool of HospitalityDIMENSIONS High School and the School of Higher Education, offering different types of course to meet the varied needs and requirements of our students.

Contact Details

58 Lowland Road
Singapore 547453

Tel: +65 6334 0600
Email: enquiry@dimensions.edu.sg

The University of Western Australia

Introduction

The University of Western Australia (UWA) is one of Australia’s leading universities and has an international reputation for excellence in teaching, learning and research. 

It has almost 24,000 students enrolled across four faculties. A model of broad undergraduate studies followed by postgraduate professional qualifications is designed to produce well-rounded graduates, as well as provide additional entry opportunities for a wider range of students.

As Western Australia’s premier university, UWA is the highest ranked University in Western Australia (ARWU 2019) and is also a world Top 100 University (ARWU 2019 and QS 2020).

As a research-intensive university, we’re part of the Group of Eight (a coalition of top research universities in the country) and one of only two Australian members of the Worldwide Universities Network. We’re also a foundation member of the Matariki Network of high-quality, research-intensive universities with a particular focus on student experience.

Graduate Programmes
Computing, Maths and Engineering
Education and Teaching
Humanities and Social Sciences
Law and Business
Medicine and Health
Science
Contact Details

Student Central, The University of Western Australia (Mailbag 355A)
35 Stirling Highway
Perth
Western Australia 6009

Tel: +61 8 6488 1000
Email: international@uwa.edu.au

Strate School of Design Singapore

Introduction

At Strate School of Design, we believe a designer’s main objective should be to serve his or her fellow man.

The past two centuries have seen both giant leaps in progress and some of humanity’s darkest moments.

From the Enlightenment to the First and Second World Wars to the realization that our natural resources are finite, we’ve recognized it has become imperative to think, live and consume differently.

In order to achieve this goal, it is important to take action regarding the longterm quality of our services, systems and the objects that they are made up of. It is equally essential to let free and responsible individuals use their talents to create personal and collective projects.

The mission of 21st century designers is precisely that: to contribute to solving this equation by connecting the demands of utility, simplicity, comfort, pleasure and beauty to the service of each man and woman.

Make the world +simple +fair +beautiful

Contact Details

Strate School of Design Singapore Campus
National Design Centre
111 Middle Road
#02-04
Singapore 188969

Tel: +65 6909 6846
Email: contact-sg@strate.design

NUS Engineering

Introduction

We are one of the largest faculties in NUS, with established programmes recognised internationally and accredited by various professional bodies. Over the past few years, we have made bold, strategic changes to our curriculum to prepare our students for the challenges of tomorrow’s workplace, so that they might thrive as leaders, innovators and problem-solvers. Our vision and initiatives were affirmed recently in a Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) report, which recognised NUS among the world’s top 10 universities in engineering education, and the only university outside of US and northern Europe to feature.

We are excited to offer E-Scholars, or the Engineering Scholars’ Programme, which is our premier educational experience for the brightest and the best. Besides an accelerated pathway to both BEng and MSc degrees in 4 years, our tie-ups with residential colleges in University Town and the NUS Overseas Colleges (NOC) expose our E-Scholars to a diversity of perspectives as well as entrepreneurial thinking, so that we might nurture a new generation of technology leaders who can offer holistic solutions to complex problems at the intersection of technology and society.

In response to the rapid proliferation of digitalisation, we are equipping all our undergraduates with the necessary knowledge, skills and mindset to meet the challenges and opportunities of Industry 4.0. New specialisations and a new minor round up our focus on addressing this rising trend. We have also placed great emphasis on experiential learning such that our students get to experience the excitement of engineering from their very first semester by learning theories and principles through hands-on exploration in real-world engineering contexts.

We continue to be recognised for innovations that translate research into practice and useful outcomes, from fabricating the world’s first multifunctional aerogel from recycled polyethylene terephthalate (PET) to wirelessly delivering light deep within the human body with potential for treating cancer of the inner organs, including brain and liver cancer. Our ties with industry was further strengthened by the recent founding of a $70 Million corporate laboratory with American giant Applied Materials, Inc., to explore new materials and processing techniques to bring about the next breakthrough in semiconductors.

Our journey thus far underlines the commitment to excellence on the part of everyone in NUS Engineering, as well as the unflagging support of our stakeholders. We are passionate not only about great technology, but also how to use that technology to make a difference. We invite you to be part of our quest.

Contact Details

NUS Engineering
9 Engineering Drive 1
Block EA #07-26
Singapore 117575

Tel: +65 6516 2101

Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS)

Introduction

Founded in 1956, the Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS) is Singapore’s oldest not-for-profit professional institute for lifelong learning. MDIS has two main subsidiaries: Management Development Institute of Singapore Pte Ltd which oversees its Singapore academic operations, and MDIS International Pte Ltd which focuses on MDIS’ globalisation strategy.

MDIS offers internationally-accredited courses in Business and Management, Engineering, Fashion and Design, Health and Nursing, Information Technology, Languages and Education, Life Sciences, Media and Communications, Psychology, Tourism and Hospitality Management, and Safety and Environmental Management.  These programmes are offered in collaboration with renowned universities in the United Kingdom.

MDIS is EduTrust certified, attesting to its exemplary education and business excellence standards. The institute was first awarded the certification in 2010 – subsequently renewed for four years in 2014 and 2018. MDIS was also one of the first Private Education Institutions (PEIs) to be registered under the Enhanced Registration Framework.

The institute achieved a double win at the Singapore Prestige Brand Award (SPBA); it was one of four winners as well as the overall winner of the SPBA – Heritage Brands 2018. In 2017, MDIS was ranked 4th for the Enterprise 50 Award for its contributions in spurring Singapore’s economy.  In 2019, MDIS had successfully transited from Singapore Service Class to Singapore Quality Class (Service) and is honoured to be one of the winners for the Corporate Merit Award at the Biennial Singapore Health Award.

Continuing with its long-standing tradition of giving back to society, the MDIS Education Trust Fund (inaugurated in 1999) supports deserving students facing financial difficulties in pursuing their education in Singapore. To date, MDIS has awarded more than 8,000 scholarships and bursaries totalling over S$6 million.  The institute also actively supports several charities and provides community assistance, in reaching out to the young, elderly, and disabled.

Equally vested in corporate-level training, MDIS’ corporate training arm, the Management Development and Consultancy, was set up in 1995 to cater to the training needs of the workforce. In 2014, MDIS acquired the Service Quality Centre to diversify its offerings in training solutions – in its endeavour to be a premium provider of training solutions in the region. Apart from the main Singapore campus, MDIS has international campuses in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, as well as in Johor, Malaysia. MDIS also has representative offices in China, India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, and Thailand, as well as agents throughout Southeast Asia.

MDIS Facilities

MDIS prides itself on a long-standing history of providing education and training services to the nation. Its S$35 million campus in Stirling Road occupies a three-hectare land boasting well-equipped classrooms, five computer laboratories, four life sciences laboratories, four engineering laboratories and workshops, three fashion studios, a psychology laboratory, a hospitality training centre, a media hub (TV and radio studios), a nursing practicum laboratory, as well as a bakery and culinary studio. The campus also has an amphitheatre to house art performances and other events, as well as fully-equipped sports facilities including a gymnasium and badminton courts.

Vested with a technologically-competent and future-ready ethos, MDIS’ campus is Wi-Fi enabled, powering campus-wide online access. Through the Blackboard Learning System and video streaming technologies, readily accessible learning resources augment student’s learning experiences anytime, anywhere.

To serve students better, MDIS’ presence extends to an additional training centre, MDIS Dhoby Ghaut, at Orchard Road.

MDIS Integrated Campus

The S$80 million MDIS Residences@Stirling is the very first hostel in Singapore to be awarded the Green Mark GoldPlus Award. With 15-storeys, the hostel consists of 782 air-conditioned rooms, 14 suites, a 500-seater auditorium, and a cafeteria. The eco-friendly MDIS Residences@Stirling can accommodate some 1,700 tenants and is fully-integrated so that students can live, learn, and play in an interactive and conducive environment.

Contact Details

MDIS Campus
501 Stirling Road
Singapore 148951

Tel: +65 6247 9111
Email: etc@mdis.edu.sg

Singapore Institute of Technology

Introduction

Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) is Singapore’s university of applied learning. SIT’s vision is to be a leader in innovative learning by integrating learning, industry and community. Its mission is to nurture and develop individuals who build on their interests and talents to impact society in meaningful ways.

SIT offers applied degree programmes targeted at growth sectors of the economy with a unique pedagogy that integrates work and study. SIT’s degree programmes feature an eight to 12-month Integrated Work Study Programme (IWSP) which exemplifies the best of university-industry collaboration.

Since its establishment in 2009, SIT has grown from its inaugural batch of 500 students in 10 degree programmes to over 7,000 students in 42 degree programmes from across SIT and 9 overseas university partners. These degree programmes are grouped into five clusters – Engineering (ENG), Chemical Engineering and Food Technology (CEFT), Infocomm Technology (ICT), Health and Social Sciences (HSS), as well as Design and Specialised Businesses (DSB).

SIT also aims to cultivate in its students four distinctive traits, or the SIT-DNA, which will prepare them to be ‘thinking tinkerers’, who are ‘able to learn, unlearn and relearn’, be ‘catalysts for transformation’ and finally, become ‘grounded in the community’.

Vision
A leader in innovative university education by integrating learning, industry and community.

Mission
To develop individuals who build on their interests and talents to impact society by providing a nurturing environment that is uniquely enriched by world-class partners.

Graduate Programmes (Courses)

Programmes by Coursework

Programmes by Research

Contact Details

Contact: 
Tel: +65 6592 1189
Fax: +65 6592 1190

Email:
Adm.Postgrad@SingaporeTech.edu.sg

Address: 
10 Dover Drive Singapore 138683

Postgraduate Programmes

Modular Certification Courses

Postgraduate Fair May 2020 – Masterclass & Information Session Videos

HeadHunt Postgraduate Fair (16th May) Masterclass & Information Session Videos

Missed our Postgraduate Virtual Fair on 16th May ? Fret not ! We have recorded all the Information Sessions for you to watch at your own timing.

For more information on any of the sessions , email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

EASB Information Session

Topic: Career Ready : Through Uncertainty
Speaker:
Reinaldo Wong

For more information on the EASB Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

ESSEC Information Session 1

Topic: EMBA vs. MBA: What’s the Difference?
Speaker:
Mr. Marc Nerva

For more information on the ESSEC Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

ESSEC Information Session 2

Topic: Maximise Your ROI From Master’s Programs
Speaker:
Ms. Sonya Lau

For more information on the ESSEC Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

IMDA Information Session

Topic: Singapore Digital (SG:D) Scholarship
Speaker:
Angelyn Ang

For more information on the IMDA Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

JCU Information Session

Topic: Postgraduate Programmes Preview from Singapore campus of James Cook University
Speaker: David Han

• Master of Clinical Psychology
• Master of Guidance Counselling
• 4th year Psychology

For more information on the JCU Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

Kaplan Genesis Information Session

Topic: Find Out What Accounting/Finance Qualification Will Be Most Suitable For You Speaker: Chris Chow

For more information on the Kaplan Genesis Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

Kaplan Information Session

Topic: All about the Kaplan School of Postgraduate Studies
Speaker: Ramson Yap

For more information on the Kaplan Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

MDIS Information Session

Topic: Overview of MDIS and Postgraduate Courses
Speakers: Ignatius Teo & Dr Tham Yieng Wei

For more information on the MDIS Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

NP CET Information Session

Topic: Master an Emerging Skill in Digital Marketing, Data Science & Machine Learning Speakers: Dr Sara Zaman, Mr Mike Wee & Ms Penny Chia

For more information on the NP CET Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

NIE Information Session

Topic: NIE Postgraduate and Continuing Education Programmes
Speaker: Mr Clement Ng

For more information on the NIE Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

NTU NCPA Information Session

Topic: Find out more on NCPA programmes here!
Speaker: Assoc Prof Wang Jue

For more information on the NCPA Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

NTU NTC Information Session

Topic: MSc Technopreneurship & Innovation Programme (MSc TIP) Info Session
Speaker: Dr Xia Zhiqiang

For more information on the NTC Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

NTU WMI Information Session

Topic: MSc Asset and Wealth Management
Speakers: Dr Yougesh Khatri & Janice Poon

For more information on the WMI Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

NUS ISS Information Session

Topics:
• Brief overview of Singapore’s ICT Industry & NUS’s Institute of Systems Science
• Be Digital & Industry-Ready with NUS-ISS Graduate Programmes

Speakers:
• Dr Leong Mun Kew
• Mr Dexton Wong

For more information on the ISS Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

NUS SCALE Information Session

Topic: STEM the Tide of Technological Uncertainty with NUS
Speaker: Benjamin Tey

For more information on the SCALE Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

PSB Information Session 1

Topic: Starting a Post-Crisis Future with a Master’s or Doctorate
Speakers: Eugene Hwang & Dr John Heng

For more information on the PSB Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

PSB Information Session 2

Topic: ECU Master Programme – Cyber Security
Speakers: Steve Chan & Dr Patryk Szewczyk

For more information on the PSB Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

SIMGE Information Session

Topic: Invest in Your Future with a Postgraduate Qualification at SIM
Speaker: June Wang

For more information on the SIMGE Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

SMU LKCSB Information Session

Topic: Explore Your Options in Business and Management

• Introduction – Prof Themin Suwardy, Dean, Postgraduate Professional Programmes
• All LKCSB Masters Programmes – Prof Rick Smith, Deputy Dean (Programmes), Lee Kong Chian School of Business
• Q & A

For more information on the SMU LKCSB Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

SMU SOA & SOE Information Session

Topic: Explore Your Options in Accounting and Economics

• Introduction – Prof Themin Suwardy, Dean, Postgraduate Professional Programmes
• MSA and MPA – Prof Wang Jiwei, Programme Director, Master of Professional Accounting (MPA) & Master of Science in Accounting (MSA), School of Accountancy
• MSE and MSFE – Prof Anthony Tay, Associate Dean (Postgraduate Programmes), School of Economics
• Q&A

SMU SIS & SOL Information Session

Topic: Explore Your Options in Law and Information Technology

• Introduction – Prof Themin Suwardy, Dean, Postgraduate Professional Programmes
• JD and LLM – Prof Maartje De Visser, Associate Dean (Postgraduate Curriculum & Teaching), School of Law
• MITB – Prof Michelle Cheong, Associate Dean (Postgraduate Programmes), School of Information Systems
• Q&A

For more information on the SMU SIS & SOL Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

Strate Information Session

Topic: LEAD THE TRANSFORMATION, by DESIGN: Strate Info Session 2020
Speaker: Jacques Malz

For more information on the Strate Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

SUSS SBiz Information Session

Topics:
• School of Business (Master of Management Programme)
• School of Business (DBA Programme)

Speakers:
• Dr Amy Wong
• Dr Wang Yue

For more information on the SUSS SBiz Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

SUTD Information Session

Topic: SUTD at A Glance
Speaker: Associate Professor Soh Gim Song

For more information on the SUTD Session, email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg and we will put you in touch with the admissions team.

Below are also the Masterclass Talks that were available during our Fair.

ESSEC Masterclass Talk

Topic: The Pillars of Luxury Brand Management
Speaker: Prof Sonja Prokopec
Institution: ESSEC Business School

NUS ISS Masterclass Talk

Topic: More Than Codes
Speaker: Mr Chia Yuen Kwan

NUS SCALE Masterclass Talk

Topic: Industry 4.0 – Historical Overview and Current Trends
Speaker: Associate Professor Goh Puay Guan

SMU LKCSB Masterclass Talk

Topic: Leadership Fairness in the Age of AI
Speaker: Michael Bashshur

SUTD Masterclass Talk

Topic: Innovation by Design: The Future is Now!
Speaker: Associate Professor Arlindo Silva

NTU School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Introduction

The School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) boasts comprehensive state-of-the-art facilities and a faculty comprising more than 130 professors, making it one of the largest mechanical engineering schools in the world. Faculty members are drawn from renowned universities worldwide, providing a wealth of collective expertise in traditional mechanical and aerospace engineering, and in specialities including manufacturing, mechatronics, innovative design, nanotechnology, and biomedical and computational applications.

The school offers two four-year Bachelor degree programmes, in Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering. These programmes have been developed with the aim of equipping students with a broad engineering foundation as well as bespoke knowledge and skills in relevant modern technologies.

At the graduate level, MAE offers graduate programmes either by coursework or by research in a wide range of fields. The coursework programme comprises nine Master of Science programmes in key engineering disciplines, designed to equip professional engineers with the relevant skill sets needed for the industry. The research programme offers research students an extensive selection of cutting-edge research projects.

In recent years, the school’s research capacity has been greatly increased in line with the intensifying pace of research, and many advanced research and development projects have been undertaken in collaboration with local industries and internationally renowned institutions. The school continues to gain much from these alliances as it builds on its academic excellence.

Contact Details

School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Nanyang Technological University
50 Nanyang Avenue
Singapore 639798

Tel: +65 6790 5487 / +65 6790 5488

Master of Science Data Science and Business Analytics – University of Plymouth

Introduction

The Plymouth MSc Data Science and Business Analytics is a multi-disciplinary programme involving three subject areas: Computing, Business and Statistics. The design of the Masters programme in Data Science and Business Analytics includes 120 credits of core modules and 60 credits of dissertation.

Programme Aims:

  • To deliver a contemporary, multidisciplinary data science and business analytics curriculum that provides students with opportunities to apply acquired techniques critically to develop strategic solutions in an ever more data-dependent world, taking account of basic data protection and security issues;
  • To develop high theoretical and practical competence in the use of software for manipulating, visualizing and modelling structured and unstructured data, together with a broad awareness of computational tools used in analytics applications such as eHealth;
  • To provide an up-to-date tool set, including sentiment analysis, for extracting deep insights relevant to business, science or society from social media and other sources;
  • To cultivate generic skills in structured, methodological programming practice and specific knowledge of computer architectures and data representation mechanisms that allow computational solutions to real-world analytics problems to be critically identified and strategically produced;
  • To offer a choice of modules in finance, marketing or international business that provide cutting edge exposure to an advanced and broad range of business topics;
  • To develop an enhanced ability to communicate effectively critiqued complex technical and professional concepts, including some of their social and ethical aspects, to specialized and non-specialized audiences using modern presentational tools.
Programme Structure
  • Software Development and Databases
  • Non-Relational Databases in a Big Data Environment
  • Big Data and Social Network Visualization
  • Modelling and Analytics for Data Science
  • Branding and Marketing Communications
  • International Strategic Management
  • MSc Project

The average lecturer/student ratio is 1 : 100 (lecture)
The average lecturer/student ratio is 1 : 40 (tutorial)

Admission Requirements

Applicants must be of age 21 and above and possess one of the following entrance requirements:

Applicants should hold first or second class honors degree or equivalent in any discipline*  
OR
Mature candidates 30 years and above with 8 years of working experience.

* Applicants need not have any prior knowledge of data analysis or statistics and/or work experience

English Language Requirements

Possess a minimum C6 grade in English at GCE ‘O’ Level
OR
IELTS score of 6.5 (with no element below 5.5)
OR 
Pearson Academic score of 62 (or above) with a minimum score in each component of Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking of 51
OR
MDIS Professional Certificate in English
OR
Pass the MDIS English Placement test  
OR
Equivalent

Dates & Fees

Dates
For more information on Application Dates, click here.

Fees
For more information on Fee, Scholarships and Finance matters, click here.

Contact Details

MDIS Campus
501 Stirling Road
Singapore 148951

Tel: +65 6247 9111
Email: etc@mdis.edu.sg

Landing Page

Date : 16th May 2020
Time: 11:00am to 6:00 pm
Location : Virtual Online Format – Hosted on this webpage – 16th May 2020

Welcome to the Postgraduate Masterclass Virtual Fair !

Explore MBA, Masters and professional development courses and gain insights into the different programmes available. Our Virtual Fair has 8 zones to explore that will be hosted live on this webspage on 16th May.

Join our Treasure Hunt Quiz to redeem a free $10 Starbucks Card Voucher (Limited to 750 Redemption). Open only to attendees that register before 16th May (10 am). Refer to Zone 7 for full details.

Registration Area
Register on Eventbrite – Access to Fair & Treasure Hunt Quiz

Entitles you to :
a) Access to our Virtual Fair on 16th May
b) Entry Eligibility to Participate in our Treasure Quiz

Register for Zoom Chat Sessions – For individual session invites
Zoom Sessions – By Time(Limited Tickets)

Zoom Chat – Information Sessions (35 mins each)
Click the URLs below to find out about the Zoom Chat Topics and register for the respective Zoom Chat Session.

Start TimeInstitution
11:00amSMU LKCSB
11:15amEASB
11:30amTBA
11:45amESSEC
12:00pmTBA
12:15pmJCU
12:30pmKaplan
12:45pmMDIS
1:00pmNTU NCPA
1:15pmPSB
1:30pmNIE
1:45pmNTU NTC
2:00pmSMU SOA & SOE
2:15pmNTU WMI
2:30pmNUS SCALE
2:45pmESSEC
3:00pmNUS ISS
3:15pmNgee Ann Poly
3:30pmKaplan
3:45pmSIM GE
4:00pmSUSS SBiz
4:15pmPSB
4:30pmSUTD
4:45pmStrate Sch of Design
5:00pmSMU SOL & SIS


Postgraduate Virtual Fair – LIVE on 16th May

Zone 1- Virtual Map

Virtual Map Walk-Thru, Audio Guide & Quiz – Live on 16th May

Zone 2 – Facebook Livestream

Our Zoom Chats are streamed Live (16th May) on Facebook (First 10 mins of each Zoom Chat) – No Registration Needed – Click here for the schedule

Zone 3 Zoom Info Sessions – Register Now (Limited Tickets)

Zoom Chats (35 mins) with the Respective Institution’s Course Adviser on 16th May – Limited Seats – Click here for book your session.

Zone 41 to 1 Chats with Institutions

Get in touch with the respective institutions Live – Live on 16th May.

Zone 5 – Masterclass Talks Videos

Watch our Masterclass Videos – Premiering Today – Live on 16th May

Zone 6 – Discover our Institutions

Find out more about our partner Institutions, contact details and download their course brochures – Live on 16th May.

Click here to find out about the courses that are available at our Postgraduate Fair

Zone 7 – Treasure Hunt Quiz – $10 Starbucks Card

Join our Treasure Hunt Quiz on 16th May and the first 30 correct answers from each Zoom Chat Quiz will win a $10 Starbucks card.
(750 Starbucks Cards to be redeemed – 25 Zoom Rooms x 30 Starbucks card per room)

The Treasure Hunt Quiz is open only to Participants that have registered (via EventBrite) before the 16th May – 10am.

Find hidden clues through the following steps :

Step 1 :
Visit Zone 1 (Virtual Map) – Listen to the Audio Guide from the Institution (whose Zoom chat you wish to join) as it will contain a Quiz Question. After which visit the institution’s website provided on the Virtual Map to obtain the answer.

Step 2 :
Visit Zone 3 (Zoom Chat) – Watch the Respective Institution’s Zoom Chat Session.

Step 3 :
A Poll Quiz will appear at the end of the Respective Institution’s Zoom Chat Session and click your answer (Consisting of the Answer obtained in Step 1). The first 30 correct answers will get a free $10 Starbucks Card.

Example
a) If you decide to visit to attend the SMU Zoom Chat at 11am. Please visit the SMU at Zone 1 earlier and listen to the audio text instructions to get the Quiz Question and visit the given URL from the Virtual Map to obtain the answer from from the Institutions’s website.
b) Register and join the SMU Zoom Chat at 11am
c) During the SMU Zoom Chat, a Poll Quiz will appear at the end of the Zoom Session and click your answer (Consisting of the Answer obtained in Step 1)

Important Notes
The Treasure Hunt Quiz is open only to Participants that have registered (via EventBrite or Our Zoom Chat Sessions) before the 16th May – 10am.
– Zoom Chat Sessions are locked from the 25th Minute onwards.
– Each Zoom Chat Session has 30 x $10 Starbucks Card to be won.
– You can participate in different Zoom Chat Quiz Session.  However, each registrant may only win one (1) Starbucks $10 Card throughout the Virtual Fair Period on 16th May.
– Multiple entries of winners from the same mailing address / phone number / email address / name will be rejected.
– Winners will be contacted via SMS or Email to provide their mailing address for the Starbucks card to be mailed to you.

Click here for Terms and Conditions

Zone 8 – Telegram Course Advisor Bot

Our Postgraduate Bot will help you find the course that you are looking for – Live on 16th May.


List of Participating Institutions and Partners

  • East Asia Institute of Management
  • ESSEC Business School
  • Frank by OCBC
  • SG:D | Scholarship / Infocomm Media Development Authority
  • James Cook University
  • Kaplan
  • Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS)
  • Nanyang Technopreneurship Center
  • Nanyang Centre for Public Administration
  • Wealth Management Institute
  • National Institute of Education
  • NUS Institute of Systems Science
  • NUS School of Continuing and Lifelong Education (SCALE)
  • Ngee Ann Polytechnic – CET Academy
  • POSB
  • PSB Academy
  • SIM Global Education
  • SMU Lee Kong Chian School of Business
  • SMU School of Accountancy
  • SMU School of Economics
  • SMU School of Information Systems
  • SMU School of Law
  • Strate School of Design Singapore
  • SUSS School of Business
  • Singapore University of Technology and Design

Click here to find out more about the Postgraduate Masterclass Fair 2020 – Programme and Course Listing


Zone 2 – Facebook Livesteam

Facebook Live Stream – Sorted by Time

Our Zoom Chats are streamed Live on Facebook (First 10 mins of each Zoom Chat)
No Registration Needed

Click here to watch the Facebook Live Stream that will be LIVE on 16th Maywww.facebook.com/headhuntsg/live

Session Timings Institution
11:00am -11:10amSMU LKCSB
11:15am -11:25amEASB
11:30am -11:40amTBA
11:45am -11:55pmESSEC
12:00pm -12:10pmTBA
12:15pm -12:25pmJCU
12:30pm -12:40pmKaplan
12:45pm -12:55pmMDIS
1:00pm -1:10pmNTU NCPA
1:15pm -1:25pmPSB
1:30pm -1:40pmNIE
1:45pm -1:55pmNTU NTC
2:00pm -2:10pmSMU SOA & SOE
2:15pm -2:25pmNTU WMI
2:30pm -2:40pmNUS SCALE
2:45pm -2:55pmESSEC
3:00pm -3:10pmNUS ISS
3:15pm -3:25pmNgee Ann Poly
3:30pm -3:40pmKaplan
3:45pm -3:55pmSIM GE
4:00pm -4:10pmSUSS SBiz
4:15pm -4:25pmPSB
4:30pm -4:40pmSUTD
4:45pm -4:55pmStrate Sch of Design
5:00pm -5:10pmSMU SOL & SIS

Zone 3 : Zoom Chats – Info Session
(Live 16th May – 11am to 6pm)

Zoom Sessions – By Time

Zoom Chat – Information Sessions (35 mins each)
Click the URLs below to find out about the Zoom Chat Topics and register for the respective Zoom Chat Session.

Start TimeInstitution
11:00amSMU LKCSB
11:15amEASB
11:30amTBA
11:45amESSEC
12:00pmTBA
12:15pmJCU
12:30pmKaplan
12:45pmMDIS
1:00pmNTU NCPA
1:15pmPSB
1:30pmNIE
1:45pmNTU NTC
2:00pmSMU SOA & SOE
2:15pmNTU WMI
2:30pmNUS SCALE
2:45pmESSEC
3:00pmNUS ISS
3:15pmNgee Ann Poly
3:30pmKaplan
3:45pmSIM GE
4:00pmSUSS SBiz
4:15pmPSB
4:30pmSUTD
4:45pmStrate Sch of Design
5:00pmSMU SOL & SIS

Zoom Session – By Institutions

Zoom Chat – Information Sessions (35 mins each)
Click the URLs below to find out about the Zoom Chat Topics and register for the respective Zoom Chat Session.

InstitutionStart Time
EASB11:15am
ESSEC11:45am & 2:45pm
IMDATBA
OCBCTBA
JCU12:15pm
Kaplan12:30pm & 3:30pm
MDIS12:45pm
NTU NCPA1:00pm
NIE1:30pm
NTU NTC1:45pm
NTU WMI2:15pm
NUS SCALE2:30pm
NUS ISS3:00pm
Ngee Ann Poly3:15pm
PSB1:15pm & 4:15pm
SIM GE3:45pm
SMU11:00am, 2:00pm & 5:00pm
SUSS SBiz4:00pm
SUTD4:30pm
Strate Sch of Design4:45pm


Zone 5 : Masterclass Talk – Premiere Release

Session 1 : Leader Fairness in the Age of AI – SMU LKCSB

Michael Bashshur
Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources

SMU Lee Kong Chian School of Business

Leaders and those in positions of power call the shots as to how resources are allocated.  Past research has shown that as you give people more power they tend to behave more selfishly, keeping more resources for themselves rather than sharing perks with others. The growing use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the workplace might be expected to reduce some of this unfairness by taking many allocation decisions out of the hands of power holders and allowing an algorithm to take over. However, AI comes with its own challenges and fairness is not just a result of what is allocated but also how it is allocated and the method in which it is allocated.

Click here to download the Clip – Available only on 16th May

Session 2 : Industry 4.0 – Historical Overview and Current Trends – NUS SCALE

Associate Professor Goh Puay Guan

NUS School of Continuing and Lifelong Education (SCALE)

With an overview of the various industrial revolutions and the current confluence of technologies broadly known as Industry 4.0, find out how companies and individuals can make sense of technological innovation through recent business history and developments.

Click here to download the Clip – Available only on 16th May

Session 3 : More Than Codes – NUS ISS

Mr Chia Yuen Kwan
Senior Lecturer, Software Systems Practice

Institute of Systems Science, NUS

With technology travelling on a super highway, speed is inevitably a major game changer in many industries. This in turn leads to the expectation of speed in building software, fuelling the drive for shorter software development cycles. It is however important to note that diving straight into codes, without sufficient consideration of human and design elements would not only result in wastage of resources but impede the very objective of achieving speed, where the quality of the system might be compromised. This is especially so when the system is of a substantial scale. Thus, building it right is definitely > Codes!

Click here to download the Clip – Available only on 16th May

Session 4 : Innovation by Design: The Future is Now! – SUTD

Associate Professor Arlindo Silva
Engineering Product Development (EPD)

Singapore University of Technology and Design

Innovation and Design are two frequently (mis)used words in almost any context. This talk will touch on several misinterpretations of the words “Design” and “Innovation” and will convey a more meaningful way of discussing, analyzing and implementing strategies. Innovation by design embraces a new paradigm where design innovation crosses every discipline, domain and sector, not just in the somewhat superficial “design thinking” kind of way, but going deep into the processes that companies use to develop their products and services. Examples of course projects and prospective thesis themes will be shown from the current student batch.

Click here to download the Clip – Available only on 16th May

Session 5 : Entrepreneurial Decision Making Under Uncertainty – NTU NTC

Dr Xia Zhiqiang
Programme Director, MSc TIP

Nanyang Technopreneurship Center, NTU

“Market-leading companies have missed game-changing transformations in industry after industry, not because of ‘bad’ management, but because they followed the dictates of ‘good’ management. They listened closely to their customers. They carefully studied market trends. They allocated capital to the innovations that promised the largest returns.” (Murray, 2010) It seems that these big corporates didn’t do anything wrong, but somehow they lost. WHY? One of the major reasons is uncertainty. These big corporates typically did badly under uncertainty. Even for entrepreneurs, Peter Drucker once said that so few of the so-called entrepreneurs know what they are doing and they lack the methodology.” Instead of being more demoralizing or frustrating, however, Steve Blank (a successful serial entrepreneur) advocates that There were repeatable patterns of business behaviour that could explain the heretofore unexplainable. This talk will discuss these issues and inform why MSc TIP is able to train a new generation of entrepreneurs on thinking, judging, deciding, and acting under business uncertainty.

Click here to download the Clip – Available only on 16th May

Session 6 : The Pillars of Luxury Brand Management – ESSEC

Prof. Sonja Prokopec
LVMH Chaired Professor, Marketing Department, ESSEC Business School, Asia-Pacific

ESSEC Business School

With the burgeoning success of the luxury industry, the concept of luxury brand management has become increasingly relevant for many different industry sectors. This master class delves into luxury branding practices, including how to reinforce luxury brand uniqueness and differentiation from the competition using the concept of DNA and codes, storytelling and management of time paradox.

Click here to download the Clip – Available only on 16th May


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Summary of Event Notices

** IMPORTANT NOTICE (8th Feb 2020) **

Dear Registrants,

We have decided to reschedule the Postgraduate Fair 2020 to 16 May 2020*.

As Singapore raises the risk alert for the Novel Coronavirus to Orange, we want to do our part to defer large-scale events like the Postgraduate Fair.

We do seek your understanding as we take this extra precaution to contain the spread of the virus. Your health and safety is important to us, and we do not wish to put anyone at any additional risk.

The registration site will continue to operate as we are accepting registrations for the Postgraduate Fair scheduled for 16 May 2020.

Current Registrants will receive a full email update from us on 8 February and will be automatically signed up for the Postgraduate Fair on 16 May 2020.

All Coffee Chat Registrants will receive the $5 refund of the deposit via their credit cards within 14 days.

Just like you, we are also keeping close tabs on MOH’s announcements. Please follow us on our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/headhuntsg/ for any further updates and information pertaining to this event. If you have any other questions, please email marketing@headhunt.com.sg

In addition to joining us for the Postgraduate Masterclass Fair on 16th May, if you need to speak to someone urgently, you can first join our PG Virtual Fair and we will link you up for 1-to-1 Phone Chat as soon as possible.

We thank you for your support and look forward to seeing you in May. Stay safe and healthy!

  • Tentative Date: Pending DORSCON Level at that point in time

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** IMPORTANT NOTICE (24th Feb) **

Dear Registrants,

We have decided to reschedule the Postgraduate Fair 2020 to 16 May 2020* due to COVID-19 and we do seek your understanding.

We are currently accepting registrations for the Postgraduate Fair scheduled for 16 May 2020 below.

In addition to joining us for the Postgraduate Masterclass Fair on 16th May, if you need to speak to someone urgently, you can first join our PG Virtual Fair by clicking here and we will link you up for 1-to-1 Phone Chat as soon as possible.

We thank you for your support and look forward to seeing you in May. Stay safe and healthy!

*Tentative Date: Pending DORSCON Level at that point in time


** IMPORTANT NOTICE (30th Mar) **

Dear Registrants,

In light of the evolving COVID-19 situation, we will be converting the Postgraduate Masterclass Fair to a Virtual Online Format.

We are currently accepting registrations for the Postgraduate Virtual Fair scheduled for 16 May 2020. Attendees that have registered earlier are automatically enrolled for our Virtual Fair.

The Virtual Fair will consist of 7 Different Zones and will be hosted Live on this webpage on 16th May.

  • Zone 1 – Virtual Map Walk Thru
  • Zone 2 – Live : Facebook Live Q&A Streaming
  • Zone 3 – Live : Zoom Chats – Information Sessions
  • Zone 4 – Live : 1 to 1 Chats with the Institutions
  • Zone 5 – Masterclass Talk Video Launch
  • Zone 6 – Discover our Institutions
  • Zone 7 – Treasure Hunt Quiz

Only Pre-registered attendees can participate in our Treasure Hunt Quiz and correct answers will get a free $10 Starbucks Card (Limited to the first 750 redemptions). Register Now.

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Design for Smart Cities Executive Certificates – Strate School of Design Singapore

Introduction

In addition to its Master in Design for Smart Cities, Strate School of Design Singapore is also offering a unique suite of Design for Smart Cities Executive Certificates with the following outcomes: training active professionals in Design Thinking and Making, for tackling the present and future challenges (Health, Mobility, Aging Population, User Experience, etc) within the pervasive context of connected urban spaces. 

With Strate project-driven pedagogy, students are embarked in a full-fledged 3-month design project which is the backbone of the curriculum. All other modules, contents and practice contribute to the project’s brief exploration and enlightenment, in leading the developments of credible and meaningful solutions. An IoT dimension will systematically be included in the project: every solution or answer will integrate an IoT prototype.

Programme Structure
Admission Requirements

Candidates are required to pass an interview. Interviews are conducted in English face-to-face, by telephone or Skype. Upon admission, each candidate receives an acceptance letter.

Dates & Fees

Dates
For more information on Application Dates, click here.

Fees
For more information on Fee, Scholarships and Finance matters, click here.

Contact Details

Strate School of Design Singapore Campus
National Design Centre
111 Middle Road
#02-04
Singapore 188969

Tel: +65 8661 4618
Email: admissions-sg@strate.design

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) – James Cook University

Introduction

The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is a program of supervised original research. It culminates in the submission of a thesis that demonstrates the ability for critical analysis and research that makes a significant and original contribution to the knowledge and understanding of the field of study.

Your research topic

Applicants need to discuss their proposed research topic with an appropriate research supervisor. Please contact us for details.

James Cook University will form an advisory panel comprised of a Primary Advisor, Secondary Advisor and Advisor Mentor to assist HDR (Higher Degree by Research) candidates in their research journey.

Research areas available include: arts, anthropology, social sciences, game design, banking and finance, tourism, psychology, aquaculture, marine ecology, interdisciplinary topics, and other themes can be arranged to meet the needs of candidates.

Programme Structure

Candidates are required to complete the core subjects before embarking on the thesis component as per course structure below

Core subjects

  • Planning the Research: Doctoral Candidates
  • Situating the Research: Doctoral Candidate
  • Professional Development: Doctoral Candidates

+ One of the below

  • Doctor of Philosophy Research Thesis (Architecture and Building)
  • Doctor of Philosophy Research Thesis (Information Technology)
  • Doctor of Philosophy Research Thesis (Management and Commerce)
  • Doctor of Philosophy Research Thesis (Education)
  • Doctor of Philosophy Research Thesis (Society and Culture)
  • Doctor of Philosophy Research Thesis (Agriculture, Environmental and Related Studies)
  • Doctor of Philosophy Research Thesis (Health)
Admission Requirements

Applicants must demonstrate the capacity to undertake research at the Doctoral level by the attainment of at least one of the following:

  • A Bachelor’s degree with at least Second Class Honours in a degree program that included a total of at least a semester of supervised project work, the results of which contributed to the Honours grade;
  • A postgraduate qualification which included: (a) supervised research component(s) of at least one semester or equivalent and resulted in the production of output(s) graded at the equivalent of Distinction or better, and (b) at least one research methods subject;
  • A Research Masters degree, where at least two thirds of the degree consisted of a supervised research component and resulted in the production of a thesis or equivalent;
  • A combination of qualifications, research training and experience, considered equivalent to the above and deemed appropriate by the university, e.g., senior authorship of at least one peer-reviewed publication plus completion of an appropriate research methods subject.

Note: Candidates who do not meet any of the above may apply for a higher degree pathway offered in the form of the Graduate Certificate of Research Methods and the Graduate Diploma of Research Methods.

English Requirements

  • Applicants of non-English speaking backgrounds must meet the English language proficiency requirements of IELTS 6.5 (no component lower than 6.0) / TOEFL (Internet Based) 86 (no component less than 21) / Pearson PTE Academic 58 (no component less than 54); or
  • Satisfactory completion of James Cook University Singapore English Language Preparatory Program
    (ELPP); or
  • Successful completion of other qualifications completed in English Language deemed comparable
    to Australian standards within the last two years on a case-by-case basis
Dates & Fees

Dates
For more information on Application Dates, click here.

Fees
For more information on Fee, Scholarships and Finance matters, click here.

Contact Details

James Cook University (Singapore Campus)
149 Sims Drive
Singapore 387380

Tel: +65 67093888
Email: admissions-singapore@jcu.edu.au

Double Master – MBA & Master of Human Resource Management – Murdoch University

Introduction

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Human Resources Management (MHRM) combined degree is oriented to the needs of today’s and tomorrow’s business leaders working with strategic human resource management challenges.

Increasingly, companies are leveraging unique forms of organisational design, and people management practices to attain competitive advantage. It is best suited to individuals working in human resource management, who are ready to progress to more senior level management positions.

Programme Structure

The Double Masters programme can be completed in a minimum of 16 months in Singapore.

Module Titles:

  • MBS664 – Strategies for Growth and Excellence
  • MBS546 – Business Finance
  • MBS539 – Accounting for Managers
  • MBS663 – Leading the Engaged Enterprise
  • MBS686 – Economics and Business Strategy
  • MBS537 – Strategic Marketing Management
  • MBS555 – Human Resource Management Perspectives
  • MBS688 – Acquisition of Human Resources
  • MBL501 – Human Resource Management Law
  • MBS535 – Managing, Evaluating and Developing Human Resources
  • MBS538 – Organisational Behaviour and Management
  • MBS668 – Managing Remuneration, Benefits and Motivation
  • MBS568 – Organisational Change, Management and Consultancy
  • MBS603 – Data, Metrics, Reporting and Analytics
Admission Requirements
  • Recognised Bachelor’s Degree or higher and evidence of two years of work experience; or satisfactory preparation for the programme through previous study or professional experience.
  • Recognition of relevant and current informal or non-formal learning may be used for entry requirements, and should be discussed with the Academic Chair.
  • Final decision on admission to the programme rests with the university.
  • Applicants are required to meet the University’s English language requirement:
  • Equivalent of an Academic IELTS overall score of 6.0 with no band less than 6.0.
Dates & Fees

Dates
For more information on Application Dates, click here.

Fees
For more information on Fee, Scholarships and Finance matters, click here.

Contact Details

Kaplan City Campus @ PoMo
1 Selegie Rd
Level 6
Singapore 188306

Kaplan City Campus @ Wilkie Edge
8 Wilkie Rd
Level 2
Singapore 228095

Academic Programmes (Diploma / Masters)
Tel: +65 6733 1877
Email: info.sg@kaplan.com

Graduate Diploma and Master of Gerontology – SUSS

Introduction

The rapidly ageing population in Singapore, and concomitant need for trained professionals in the health, social and psychological services have given rise to an imperative need for Graduate Certificate in Gerontology, Graduate Diploma in Gerontology, Master of Gerontology and PhD in Gerontology programmes. As the needs of elder people are specialised, dedicated attention within the training to address specific characteristics such as the ageing process, demands interdisciplinary courses in Gerontology.

Singapore University of Social Sciences’s Master of Gerontology, with Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and PhD option is the first in Singapore to offer a holistic training for a rewarding career in the eldercare and silver sector. Graduates from the Programme will have acquired advanced knowledge and skills to be leaders and consultants in the field of gerontology. They will be prepared to perform challenging roles and functions in both government and private sectors.

Programme Structure

Students are required to complete a total of 60 credit units (cu) with a minimum CGPA of 3.0 to graduate with a Master.

The breakdown of the cu to be completed is:

  • 30 cu of Core Courses
  • 30 cu of Electives in Specialisation Track (Practitioner, Management and Research)

Core Modules

  • GER501 Studies in Gerontology
  • GER503 Lifespan Development and Psychology of Ageing
  • GER505 Physiology and Healthcare
  • GER508 Ageing Families: Multigenerational and Cultural Issues
  • GER511 Social Policy in Gerontology
  • RSS501 Advanced Social Research Methods and Design

Specialisation

  • Management Specialisation
  • Practitioner Specialisation
  • Research Specialisation
Admission Requirements

Applicants must possess an undergraduate degree or an equivalent qualification from a recognised institution.

For SUSS graduate programmes that are conducted in the English Language, you must meet the English Language Proficiency Requirement (ELPR)* if your undergraduate degree is not awarded by an English-medium university, or your undergraduate degree is awarded by an English-medium university but the language of instruction was not English.

* at least an IELTS (Academic) score of 6.5, or a TOEFL score of 580 (paper-based) or 85 (internet-based), or a PTE Academic score of 58, or C1 Advanced score of 180 [score must be obtained within the last 2 years at point of application].

Applicants with an undergraduate degree that was conducted in English but awarded by a non-English medium university must produce an official letter from the university to certify as such in order to seek waiver of the ELPR requirement.

This programme is currently unable to take in international students, i.e., you must be a Singapore citizen, permanent resident or a resident in Singapore (e.g., Employment Pass holder) in order to apply for admission.

Dates & Fees

Dates
For more information on Application Dates, click here.

Fees
For more information on Fee, Scholarships and Finance matters, click here.

Contact Details

Singapore University of Social Sciences
463 Clementi Road
Singapore 599494

Tel: +65 6248 9777
Email: student_recruitment@suss.edu.sg

Graduate Diploma and Master of Adult Learning – SUSS

Introduction

Teaching adult learners and planning adult curriculum becomes increasingly complex in the 21st century, calling for teaching and learning going beyond the traditional pedagogy.

This programme affords opportunities for students to be equipped with the knowledge and skills for adult learning. Over and above the fundamentals of pedagogy and assessment practices, the programme will show how learning can be designed to accommodate different learner characteristics, preferences and goals, whilst leveraging on learning technologies.

Pitched to meet the demands and needs of current educators, this programme places emphasis on current trends in adult teaching and learning . Through courses offered, students will also be able to conduct their own critical inquiry in the field. Students wishing to embark and specialise in management studies or action research work, in relation to adult learning, are able to do so towards the end of the programme.

Taught by academics, this programme will broaden knowledge of key learning constructs, and deepen professional learning. It will also advance skillsets through critical inquiry and approaches.

Programme Structure

The Master of Adult Learning programme allows participants to complete the programme via different pathways through different exit points at graduate certificate, graduate diploma or master’s level to cater for participants with different professional goals, needs and interests.

Core Modules

  • ADL511 Engaging Adults for Learning
  • ADL513 Approaches to Blended Learning
  • ADL515 Assessment in Adult Learning
  • ADL521 Learning Design and Methodology
  • ADL523 Research Methodology
  • ADL525 Analytics for Education and Learning
  • ADL527 Learning Needs Analysis

Electives

  • ADL551 Technologies in Teaching and Learning
  • ADL553 Exploring Pedagogies and Facilitation Strategies
  • ADL599 Graduate Diploma Project

Specialisation

  • Leadership and Management Specialisation
  • Practitioner Specialisation
  • Research Specialisation
Admission Requirements

Applicants must possess an undergraduate degree or an equivalent qualification from a recognised institution.

For SUSS graduate programmes that are conducted in the English Language, you must meet the English Language Proficiency Requirement (ELPR)* if your undergraduate degree is not awarded by an English-medium university, or your undergraduate degree is awarded by an English-medium university but the language of instruction was not English.

* at least an IELTS (Academic) score of 6.5, or a TOEFL score of 580 (paper-based) or 85 (internet-based), or a PTE Academic score of 58, or C1 Advanced score of 180 [score must be obtained within the last 2 years at point of application].

Applicants with an undergraduate degree that was conducted in English but awarded by a non-English medium university must produce an official letter from the university to certify as such in order to seek waiver of the ELPR requirement.

This programme is currently unable to take in international students, i.e., you must be a Singapore citizen, permanent resident or a resident in Singapore (e.g., Employment Pass holder) in order to apply for admission.

Dates & Fees

Dates
For more information on Application Dates, click here.

Fees
For more information on Fee, Scholarships and Finance matters, click here.

Contact Details

Singapore University of Social Sciences
463 Clementi Road
Singapore 599494

Tel: +65 6248 9777
Email: student_recruitment@suss.edu.sg

Graduate Diploma in Systems Analysis – NUS

Introduction

The Graduate Diploma in Systems Analysis programme (GDipSA) is designed for non-IT graduates intending to craft a new career path in the IT industry. IT graduates and professionals who wish to advance their careers in their current field and recognise the need to equip themselves with the latest IT knowledge and skills to stay relevant may apply as well.

This is a full-time one-year programme. You can also explore the stackable pathway via the graduate degree programme for Digital Solutions Development. This is a series of four certificates which will stack up toward the Graduate Diploma of Systems Analysis.

Students who embark on this hands-on programme will be exposed to lectures, workshops, laboratory sessions, projects and a 5-month internship. We have designed numerous projects into the programme. The aim is to equip them with the necessary foundation to code, test, implement and troubleshoot IT solutions covering web and mobile platforms. 

By the end of the programme, you will be equipped with sought-after technical skills and valuable soft skills.Graduates of this programme may choose to upgrade your skills after gaining a few years of work experience in the IT industry. You will be fully eligible to take up a Master degree with NUS and universities. Our Master of Technology programmes, offered in full-time and part-time formats, are designed for working IT professionals and managers who wish to advance their knowledge and skills.

Programme Structure

Modules

  • NUS-ISS Certificate in Digital Solutions Development – Foundations (SF)
  • NUS-ISS Certificate in Digital Solutions Development – Design (SF)
  • NUS-ISS Certificate in Digital Solutions Development – Web Applications (SF)
  • NUS-ISS Certificate in Digital Solutions Development – Mobility Applications (SF)
  • NUS Graduate Diploma in Systems Analysis – Capstone & Internship
Admission Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree from a recognised university
  • Proficiency in the English Language (written and spoken)*
  • Some work experience preferred

English Language Proficiency

Applicants who graduated from universities where English is not the medium of instruction should submit TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS (International English Language Testing System) score as evidence of their proficiency in the English language.

  • TOEFL : Paper-based test (580)
                 : Computer-based test (237)                 
                 : Internet-based test (85)
  • IELTS   : Result of 6.0

All applicants are required to take an aptitude test. Shortlisted applicants will also need to attend an interview. Foreigners are welcome to apply.

Dates & Fees

Dates
For more information on Application Dates, click here.

Fees
For more information on Fee, Scholarships and Finance matters, click here.

Contact Details

NUS Institute of System Science
29 Heng Mui Keng Terrace
Block C, D & E
Singapore 119620

Tel: +65 6601 3161 / +65 6516 2516 / +65 6516 6153 / +65 6516 6769 / +65 6516 1047
Email: isspostgrad@nus.edu.sg

Master in Finance – IE Business School

Introduction

The Master in Finance program explores the most relevant aspects of our current financial reality, including a deep dive into the world of FinTech, giving you first-hand insight into the realities of the modern markets and understanding the newest trends in corporate finance and private equity, therefore, drastically increasing your recruitment appeal in top financial institutions.

The 1-year Master in Finance program was devised to equip young professionals with the cutting-edge knowledge they need to conquer the ever-changing realm of finance. We design and outline the best path for your professional success before giving you the freedom to follow your specific career trajectory.

DURATION
1 year

LANGUAGE
English

LOCATION
Madrid

INTAKE
September & April 

FORMAT
Full-time 

OPTIONAL TRIPS
London, New York, Ghana & Frankfurt

Programme Structure

The Master in Finance is made up of a pre-program, two core periods and a final elective period. Students also work on a final project over the last six months of the program. This generally involves producing valuation projects with real investors.

The program kicks off with two periods that provide you with a firm foundation in key finance basics. As you learn and grow, the curriculum’s complexity steadily increases thanks to powerful course content fueled by recruiter demands and the reality of today’s financial industry. These two core periods are followed by an elective finale that allows you to laser-focus your financial knowledge with career-boosting specializations in Corporate Finance & Private Equity, Investments or FinTech.

Admission Requirements

The IE Admissions Department works full-time to ensure that dynamic and creative candidates with a deep well of untapped potential, join our program. We undertake a rigorous and holistic selection process that balances the value of professional and academic achievements with well-developed interpersonal skills. It’s no coincidence our international classrooms are brimming with talent and vision – it’s what we do.

Candidates are required to take one of the four entrance exams: GMAT, GRE, CFA level I or CAIA level I.

In regards to the GMAT exam, a competitive score is recommendable, 80% of our students have GMAT 650-770.

If you submit GRE, the score should be equivalent to GMAT 650.

Dates & Fees

Dates
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Fees
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Contact Details

IE Business School (Singapore Office)
8 Cross Street
#18-01
Singapore 048424

Tel: +65 68092801
Email: singapore@ie.edu

Master in Management – ESSEC Grande Ecole

Introduction

The ESSEC Grande Ecole program is one of the oldest and most prestigious Master-in-Management programs in the world. Its objective is to educate the next generation of responsible top leaders.

Throughout your studies, you will be able to design your own learning path, become an entrepreneur of your own learning journey, tapping into any of the program’s 47 specialization tracks, offered on our campuses in Paris, Singapore, and Morocco.

You will be exposed to ESSEC’s unique pioneering spirit. Our students are restless innovators, putting their ideas into practice with the help of our global network of corporate and institutional partners and launching new ventures with our incubators ESSEC Ventures and Antropia.

You will also certainly become inspired by ESSEC’s management style, based on responsible leadership and respect for others. You benefit from the expertise of our Center of Excellence in Management & Society and you can volunteer for the dozens of student associations and alumni clubs dedicated to making the world a better place.

Finally, you will be part of ESSEC’s powerful alumni network, which comprises more than 55.000 members who occupy leadership positions in nearly any sector, function, and country in the world.

Programme Structure

If you are enrolled in the Master in Management program, you can choose between starting your first year at the ESSEC France Campus or at the ESSEC Asia Pacific Campus. Depending on your choice, the curriculum of the first year changes.

  • Refresher courses + Junior Consulting Experience
  • Business Management in Asia
  • Innovation Entrepreneurship & Sustainability
  • Corporate Finance

Flexibility is at the heart of MIM programme

Admission Requirements
  • Have you obtained or are currently pursuing a non-French 3-year bachelor’s degree (minimum level) in any field of study (engineering, sciences, business, management & economics, humanities & social sciences, law, health, political science & international relations, architecture & real estate, etc.) from a top university/school? 
  • Have you completed your degree of which three years were done outside of France?
  • Are you open-minded, internationally oriented, sensitive to the world around you and have leadership potential?
  • Do you have little or no graduate work experience and are you under 32 years of age?
Dates & Fees

Dates
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Fees
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Contact Details

ESSEC Asia-Pacific Campus
5 Nepal Park
Singapore 139408

Tel: +65 6884 9780

Master of Business – The University of Queensland

Introduction

The 24-unit Master of Business is designed for applicants with a bachelor’s degree in business (or a similar field) and who can meet minimum GPA requirements. See Program Details for more information about entry requirements.

Develop specialised knowledge of business strategies and practices – both in Australia and internationally – by completing at least one field of study. Fields are designed to jumpstart or advance your career.

Benefit from a flexible program. You can choose to complete two fields of study; or one field of study and a range of electives; or one field of study and a research stream. Electives cover topics like economics, information systems, and entrepreneurship.

Enrol in an optional research stream and study qualitative and quantitative research methods, and complete a project on a topic of your choice. You’ll open doors to careers in research or consulting, within industry or academia.

Programme Structure
Part A

Core Course

Course Title
Management Communication
Part B

Fields of Study
Complete at least 10 units in one field –

Advertising

4 units for:

Course Title
Fundamentals of Advertising
Strategic Advertising Management

6 units from:

Course Title
Digital Advertising Strategy
Creative Advertising Development
Social Media Management
Media Planning and Buying
Advertising Research Methods

Human Resource Management

6 units for:

Course Title
Managing Organisational Behaviour
Strategic Human Resource Management
The Fundamentals of Designing and Staffing Organisations

4 units from:

Course Title
International Human Resource Management
Performance Leadership
Contemporary Employment Relations
Employee and Organisational Development
Wise Leadership

Information Systems

8 units for:

Course Title
Data Analytics for Business
Business Information Systems Analysis and Design
Information Retrieval and Management
Information Systems Strategy and Sourcing

2 units from:

Course Title
Accounting Information Systems
Securing Business Information
Business Process Improvement
Advanced Business Data Analytics
Information Systems Control, Governance and Audit

Innovation and Entrepreneurship

4 units for:

Course Title
Principles of Entrepreneurship
Principles of Strategic Management

6 units from:

Course Title
Economics of Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Creativity for Innovation and Design Thinking
Idea Management
Commercialisation in Practice Project
Lean Start Up
Social Enterprises and Not for Profits
Marketing for Social Change
Bio-Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Management of Intellectual Property
Strategies for Business Sustainability and Innovation
Social Entrepreneurship in Practice
Startup Entrepreneurship In Practice
Entrepreneurship Incubator

International Business

4 units for:

Course Title
Operating International Business
Principles of Strategic Management

6 units from:

Course Title
Globalisation & the World Economy
Doing Business in Asia
Management Consulting in Asian Business
Extended International Study
International Supply Chains
International Service Operations Management
System Dynamics
Business Dynamics
International Human Resource Management
Cross Cultural Management

Leadership

6 units for:

Course Title
Leadership: Theory & Practice
Wise Leadership
Leadership in Practice

4 units from:

Course Title
Ethical Issues in Management
Communication and Organisation
Corporate Sustainability

Marketing

4 units for:

Course Title
Fundamentals of Marketing
Strategic Marketing Management

6 units from:

Course Title
Strategic Branding
Consumer & Buyer Behaviour
Service Strategy
Product Strategy & Development
Market & Consumer Research
Marketing for Social Change

Organisational Sustainability

4 units for:

Course Title
Corporate Sustainability
Principles of Strategic Management

6 units from:

Course Title
System Dynamics
Carbon & Energy Management
Social Enterprises and Not for Profits
Decision Making & Reporting for Sustainability
Sustainability Dynamics
Marketing for Social Change
Strategies for Business Sustainability and Innovation
Social Entrepreneurship in Practice

Supply Chain Management

2 units for:

Course Title
International Supply Chains
International Service Operations Management
Admission Requirements

Bachelor degree or equivalent in the same discipline as approved by the Executive Dean with a GPA of at least 4.5 on a 7 point scale.

Field of Study: For students who have previously undertaken studies in business or commerce, entry will only be considered for a field not already studied (with the exception of the Supply Chain Management field of study).

Same discipline is a Bachelor degree specialising in at least one of the following areas:

  • accounting
  • advertising (business degree related only)
  • business
  • business administration
  • business information systems
  • commercialisation (business degree related only)
  • economics
  • entrepreneurship
  • finance
  • human resources
  • international business
  • international hotel and tourism management (UQ BIHTM and Griffith University BITHM degrees permitted, others considered on a case by case basis)
  • management
  • marketing
  • strategy
  • sustainability (business degree related only).
English Proficiency
  • IELTS overall 6.5; reading 6; writing 6; speaking 6; listening 6. For other English Language Proficiency Tests and Scores approved for UQ
  • TOEFL IBT – Overall 87, listening 19, reading 19, writing 21 and speaking 19.
  • TOEFL PB – Overall 570, listening 54, reading 54, writing 59/5.
  • Pearsons – Overall Score of 64 and 60 in all sub bands.
  • BEP – A minimum overall grade of 4 plus a minimum grade of C in all macro skills.
  • CES – Overall 176 and 169 in all sub bands.
  • OET is not accepted.
Dates & Fees

Dates
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Fees
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Contact Details

The University of Queensland
Brisbane QLD 4072
Australia

Tel: +61 7 3365 1111

Master of Architecture – University of Melbourne

Introduction

The Master of Architecture aims to provide you with:

  • Highly developed skills to manage an architectural practice and lead or work within cross-discipline project teams
  • A sustainable outlook with the ability to use new materials and technologies to create environmentally sustainable buildings
  • A grounding in architectural history, theory and technology that leads to the creation of innovative architecture.

Students undertake a sequence of intensive design studios culminating in a research thesis. In the studios, students cover architectural design in the context of the creative invention of architectural futures, integrating aesthetic, technological, programmatic, environmental and social issues in the production of buildings. Students can take elective subjects in areas such as digital architecture, history and conservation, production, practice and sustainability, and society and culture.

Programme Structure

2-year or 3-year streams available
The Master of Architecture offers you flexibility so you can take a two-year program if you already have a three-year undergraduate degree in Architecture or the three-year program if your first degree is not in architecture and you are making a career change.

2-year stream3-year stream
For graduates with an undergraduate degree in Architecture.For graduates with a non-architecture undergraduate degree.
Intake:
– Semester 1
– Semester 2

Part-time available
Intake:
– Semester 1 only

Part-time available only after the first year
Admission Requirements

2-year stream

This stream is available for Semester 1 and Semester 2 intakes.

In order to be considered for entry applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • An undergraduate degree in architecture with a weighted average mark (WAM) of at least 65% (University of Melbourne equivalent); and
  • A Personal Statement of up to 500 words; and
  • A Design Portfolio; and
  • Satisfy the University of Melbourne’s English Language Requirement.

Kindly note, meeting the minimum entry requirements is not a guarantee of entry.

3-year stream

This stream is available for Semester 1 intake only.

In order to be considered for entry applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • An undergraduate degree in any discipline with a weighted average mark (WAM) of at least 65% (University of Melbourne equivalent); and
  • A Personal Statement of up to 500 words; and
  • A Design Portfolio; and
  • Satisfy the University of Melbourne’s English Language Requirement
  • One design studio subject and one art/architecture/built environment/design history subject at the undergraduate level, or equivalent.

Kindly note, meeting the minimum entry requirements is not a guarantee of entry.

Design portfolio requirements
Refer to the MSD Design Portfolio Requirements webpage for detailed information.

Prerequisite requirements

  • You must have completed one design studio subject and one architecture/built environment/design history subject at university level.
  • If you have already completed similar subjects through prior studies, please contact us to double check these meet the program prerequisites.
  • If you have not already completed subjects meeting these requirements, you can complete two single subjects through the University of Melbourne’s Community Access Program (CAP) or via study at another institution. Please note you require a 65% weighted average in your undergraduate degree to be eligible to apply for single subjects via CAP. The online CAP handbook provides comprehensive information about fees and how to apply.

Design Studios
Melbourne School of Design will accept subjects that show you have worked successfully in a studio learning situation. Ideally, it would involve the design manipulation of three-dimensional objects and spaces. If you do not have a design background, the design portfolio you need to submit will be collated with work from this subject.

You can complete one of the following subjects to meet the design studio prerequisite:

History Subjects
Melbourne School of Design will accept subjects showing evidence of success in a subject on the history of architecture, the built environment, design or art.

You can complete one of the following subjects to meet the history prerequisite:

Intensive Subject
The Melbourne School of Design offers a November quota subject through CAP. The subject, Foregrounding: Design Studio & History (ABPL30065), is taught over a two week period covering the content to meet both the design studio and design history prerequisite requirements.

To find out more about your eligibility and the application process, please contact the MSD Recruitment and Selection Team at msd-info@unimelb.edu.au. In your email please ensure to include your full name, the tertiary study you have completed (title of degree and institution name), and attach a PDF copy of your academic transcript/s.

Applications for Foregrounding: Design Studio & History (ABPL30065) for 2019 have now closed.

Kindly note, meeting the minimum entry requirements is not a guarantee of entry.

Dates & Fees

Dates
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Fees
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Contact Details

Melbourne School of Design
Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning
Masson Road
The University of Melbourne VIC 3010
Australia

Tel: +61 3 9035 5511

Master of Arts (Educational Management) – National Institute of Education, NTU

Introduction

The Master of Arts (Educational Management) programme is designed for individuals who hold management positions in the education service: principals, vice-principals, heads of department and teachers with positions of responsibility and MOE officers.

This programme pursues three broad aims: (i) to enable aspiring leaders in education to become more informed about critical issues in educational management, and thus to apply intellectual approaches to their work (ii) to help them cope positively and effectively with the management challenges that are currently impacting on education (iii) to enable them to acquire a recognised and valued postgraduate award. Topics covered include: organisational learning and development, human development and learning, assessment quality and standards, supervisory leadership and curriculum design, management of educational technology applications, finance and resource management, quantitative and qualitative research methods, comparative issues in education, contemporary issues in school marketing, mentoring for professional development and leadership succession, school and organisational effectiveness, globalisation, educational change and pedagogical reform.

Programme Structure

There are two options within this programme. You are required to either:

  • Complete 6 courses plus a dissertation (Dissertation option), or
  • Complete 7 courses plus MEM932 Critical Inquiry (2 AU)

You do not have to make the decision when you apply. The decision on what option to select is usually made upon completion of four courses.

Click here to view the programme manual.

Important note for matriculated students:
Please refer to the ISAAC system for the programme structure relevant to your intake during Course Registration or consult your programme leader if you need clarifications.

Admissions Requirements
  • A good Bachelor’s degree
  • At least two years of managerial experience in either the public or private sector. You should be heads of school departments, vice-principals or principals of schools, inspectors and senior officers of MOE, faculty members of universities and polytechnics or supervisors and managers in the public or private sectors

For international applicants, more information on the entry requirements can be found here.

Dates & Fees

For more information on Application Dates, Fee, Scholarships and Finance matters, click here.

Contact Details

National Institute of Education
Nanyang Technological University
1 Nanyang Walk
Singapore 637616

Tel: +65 6790 3888
Email: nieadmpp@nie.edu.sg 

Master of Arts (Instructional Design and Technology) – National Institute of Education, NTU

Introduction

The Master of Arts (Instructional Design and Technology) programme is designed for education and training professionals working in schools, universities, polytechnics, businesses and industries and e-learning environments. It is concerned with the application, development and management of information technologies, including e-learning, for solving instructional problems in school and corporate learning environments. Participants typically include school HoD IT, corporate trainers, instructional software developers, managers of e-learning environments, and other educational and training professionals. You will learn and practise solving real-world instructional and performance problems employing a variety of learning modalities.

Programme Structure

You are required to either complete:

  • 6 courses plus a dissertation (Dissertation option), or
  • 7 courses plus MID944 Methods for Data Collection and Analysis for Instructional Design Projects (2AU) (Coursework option)

You do not have to make the decision when you apply. The decision on what option to select is usually made upon completion of four courses.

All the courses in the programme are conducted over 52 contact hours, except Methods for Data Collection and Analysis for Instructional Design Projects, which is conducted over 26 contact hours.  

Core Courses
  • MID901 Instructional Design Models and Practices
  • MID905 Foundations of Learning and Instruction
  • MID941 Evaluation Models and Methods
  • MID944 Methods for Data Collection and Analysis for Instructional Design Projects
    (For those choosing the coursework option. It can be taken as an elective for those choosing the dissertation option.)
  • MID945 Capstone Project for Instructional Design
    (For those choosing the coursework option, taken during the last semester of study.)
Elective Courses
  • MID906 Training Methods and Strategies
  • MID923 Perspectives on Adult Learning
  • MID943 Assessment in Education and Training
  • MID913 Management of Instructional Development Projects
  • MID915 Training Needs Assessment and Solutions
  • MID917 Design E-learning
  • MID922 e-learning Tools for Training
  • MID942 Multimedia Design

Download the full course listing and description of Master of Arts (Instructional Design and Technology)

Important note for matriculated students: 

Please refer to the ISAAC system for the programme structure relevant to your intake during Course Registration or consult your programme leader if you need clarifications.

Admissions Requirements
  1. A good Bachelor’s degree from a recognised university and
  2. Preferable to have working experience as a corporate trainer or educational software developer, or school teacher

For international applicants, more information on the entry requirements can be found here.

Dates & Fees

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Contact Details

National Institute of Education
Nanyang Technological University
1 Nanyang Walk
Singapore 637616

Tel: +65 6790 3888
Email: nieadmpp@nie.edu.sg 

Master of Arts in Professional Education (Training and Development) – National Institute of Education, NTU

Introduction

The Master of Arts in Professional Education (MAPE) seeks to deepen academic knowledge and competencies for individuals who work in or wish to move into professional roles within various settings of higher and adult professional education.

Within workplaces, services, and organizations, employees are expected to engage in ongoing improvement through continuing professional education. Professional learning has become even more important in recent years with the increasing pressure on schools and academic institutions for greater evidence of quality work and outcomes in the continual education of their own educators. Professional educators play critical roles in professional learning of staff working in schools, universities, and public/ private educational institutions (e.g., teachers, faculty members, administrators and professional development staff) play critical roles in teaching, leading, and researching about their practices and carry out multiple missions of the institution.

This programme aims to provide a rigorous understanding of educational practices and systems from social, philosophical, psychological, cross-national and normative perspectives. It also seeks to foster an understanding of central issues in learning and development, education and training, and educational leadership in the various professional contexts. Its specific objective is to educate professional educators with values and beliefs as well as equipping them with a distinct set of skills to drive mentoring and coaching, innovative training, assessment and design practices.

Programme Structure

The MAPE (Training and Development) is a coursework Masters programme of 30 Academic Units. You are required to complete six core courses and two electives. One elective must be selected from the MAPE electives. The other elective can be either from the MAPE elective courses or open electives.

Core Courses
  • MTD900 Professional Practice Inquiry Skills
  • MTD901 Professional Practice Inquiry Project
  • MTD902 Foundations of Learning and Instruction
  • MTD903 Instructional Design Models and Practices
  • MTD904 Facilitating Learning and Performance Improvements at Work
  • MTD906 Quality Assurance Processes for Learning Organizations
Open Elective Courses

Select one course from the list of MAPE Elective Courses given above or from the list of approved NIE Masters programmes as follows:

  • Master of Arts (Educational Management)
  • Master of Arts (Instructional Design and Technology)
  • Master of Education (Curriculum & Teaching)
  • Master of Education (Educational Assessment)
  • Master of Education (Learning Sciences & Technologies)

 Download the course descriptions for the programme here

Important note for matriculated students:
Please refer to the ISAAC system for the programme structure relevant to your intake during Course Registration or consult your programme leader if you need clarifications.

Admissions Requirements

You should have:

  • A good Bachelor’s degree, preferably with an honours degree
  • At least 2 years of working experience in one of the following:
    • Teacher Professional Development
    • Educational Leadership
    • Higher Education
    • Continuing Education and Training
    • Other relevant adult education or management
  • Proficiency in English
Dates & Fees

For more information on Application Dates, Fee, Scholarships and Finance matters, click here.

Contact Details

National Institute of Education
Nanyang Technological University
1 Nanyang Walk
Singapore 637616

Tel: +65 6790 3888
Email: nieadmpp@nie.edu.sg 

Master of Business Administration – University of Stirling

Introduction

The Stirling Master of Business Administration (MBA) prepares business professionals for senior leadership roles globally. If you are looking for a step up the career ladder, want to move in a new direction or have plans to start your own business, the Stirling MBA is the course for you. Whatever your aspirations, the design of this course allows us to take a personal interest in each and every one of our students, and academics are able to help you develop the expertise, reliance and confidence you need to make a difference in your industry.

The programme of study focuses on strategy, leadership and change, with modules built on cutting-edge research and practical knowledge to ensure students can take what they learn and translate it into business practice. Our course also emphasises personal and professional development, to help our students transform from capable managers into successful business leaders.

The course is delivered via lectures, seminars, workshops, business games and independent study. This will be supported through:

  • A learning environment which fosters debate;
  • Modules which encourage students to critically assess theory and practice with a view to creating new concepts and practices for the future;
  • Projects which offer practical application of theory to support learning and increase employability.
Programme Structure
  • Personal and Professional Development (10 credit)
  • Strategy & the International Environment (10 credit)
  • Accounting and Finance (10 credit)
  • Managing the Human Resource (10 credit)
  • Marketing Management (10 credit)
  • Economics for Sustainable Business (10 credit)
  • Operations Management (10 credit)
  • Strategy for Sustainable Success (10 credit)
  • Personal and Professional Development (10 credit)
  • Introduction to Research Methods (10 credit)
  • Leadership and Responsible Business (10 credit)
  • Managing Change (10 credit)
  • Innovation Management (10 credit)
  • Project Management (10 credit)

Choose ONE

  • Consultancy Project (40 credit)
  • Dissertation (40 credit)
Admission Requirements

Age Requirement
20 years old

Academic requirement
Applicants must have the following:

  • Minimum Second Class Honours degree or an equivalent professional qualification; and
  • Minimum of 3 years’ postgraduate work experience.

Applicants without formal qualifications are encouraged to apply if they can demonstrate significant experience — normally a minimum of five years.

English Requirements
If English isn’t your first language, you must have one of these qualifications:

  • IELTS: 6.5 with 5.5 minimum in each skill or equivalent
  • Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): Grade C or above
  • Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE): Grade B or above
  • Pearson Test of English (Academic): 60 with 51 in each component
  • IBT TOEFL: 90 with no subtest less than 17
Dates & Fees

Dates
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Fees
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Contact Details

City Campus (NLB):
100, Victoria Street
National Library Building
#11-01 Singapore 188064

Tel: +65 6602 9500
Email: info@singapore.amity.edu

Master of Early Childhood Education – SUSS

Introduction

There is much emphasis on providing quality care and education for children as society recognises the importance of investing in their well-being and development. The Master of Early Childhood Education Programme (MECED) provides the continuing professional development for early childhood educators and the extension in career pathways for those who aspire to take on key roles that will influence the advancement of the field.

Pitched to address current issues and challenges in the early childhood sector, this programme places emphases on pedagogical approaches, quality assessment and informed practices. It aims to develop early childhood practitioners, curriculum leaders, trainers, supervisors, and those who wish to pursue research in early childhood education.

Programme Structure

To graduate with the Master of Early Childhood Education, students are required to complete a total of 60 credit units (CUs) and obtain a minimum CGPA of 3.0.

The MECED programme offers three specialisation tracks, – Practitioner, Leadership and Research – providing our students the optimal professional pathways within the early childhood sector. Upon successful completion of the six core courses with a minimum CGPA of 3.0, students could then embark on one of the three specialisation tracks.

Core Modules

  • ECE501 Critical Approaches to Teaching, Learning and Assessment
  • ECE503 Contemporary Early Childhood Education Issues and Practice
  • ECE505 Comparative Approaches and Practices in Early Childhood Education
  • ECE507 Outdoor Learning for Children
  • ECE509 Valuing Diversity: Inclusive Early Childhood Care and Education
  • RSS501 Advanced Social Research Methods and Design

Specialisation

  • Leadership Specialisation
  • Practitioner Specialisation
  • Research Specialisation
Admission Requirements
  • A recognised degree and the ECDA accredited Diploma in Early Childhood Care and Education (DECCE-T).
  • At least two (2) years’ experience in the Early Childhood Education sector.

In the event of overwhelming demand and limited vacancy, priority will be given to eligible applicants who applied early. You are encouraged to submit your application early to avoid disappointment.

This programme is currently unable to take in international students, i.e., you must be a Singapore citizen, permanent resident or a resident in Singapore (e.g., Employment Pass holder) in order to apply for admission.

Dates & Fees

Dates
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Fees
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Contact Details

Singapore University of Social Sciences
463 Clementi Road
Singapore 599494

Tel: +65 6248 9777
Email: student_recruitment@suss.edu.sg

Master of Engineering (Research) – SUTD

Introduction

The Master of Engineering (Research), or MEng, offers working professionals and fresh graduates the opportunity to explore independent, research-oriented solutions to existing engineering challenges and create A Better World by Design.

MEng students will conduct their research under a SUTD faculty member, who will guide, mentor and provide supervision where necessary. This research will culminate in the creation of a Master thesis, which must be evaluated and passed by a Thesis Examination Committee.

Programme Structure

Technical Courses

These technical modules will provide MEng students with the
core skills necessary for robust research. Some examples
include (but are not limited to):

Engineering Product Development (EPD)

  • Applied Mathematics for Engineering
  • Design Science
  • Computational Science and Engineering
  • Optimization and Control
  • Research Methods

Engineering Systems and Design (ESD)

  • Linear Optimization
  • Operations Management
  • Probability Theory
  • Statistics
  • Stochastic Modeling

Information Systems Technology and Design (ISTD)

  • Analysis of Algorithms
  • Computer Networks
  • Machine Learning
  • Software Engineering
  • Wireless Communications and Networking

Professional Development Short Courses

These short courses will provide MEng students with a
well-rounded and holistic education. Topics covered include:

  • Intellectual Property (IP) Clinic
  • Scientific and Grant Writing
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Private Equity (PE) & Fund Raising for Businesses
  • Corporate Grooming & Personal Branding
  • Leadership & Teamwork
Admission Requirements

This programme seeks individuals with a strong academic background and a passion for innovation and dedication to cutting-edge research.  We seek to nurture, develop and inspire its MEng students to become technologically-grounded leaders to take on exciting careers in academia and industry.

You should possess the following:

  • At least a Bachelor’s degree or above with excellent academic standing
  • Proficiency in English (IELTS or TOEFL is required if English is not your medium of instruction in your studies)
Dates & Fees

Dates
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Fees
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Contact Details

Singapore University of Technology and Design
8 Somapah Road
Singapore 487372

Tel: +65 6303 6600 
Email: meng@sutd.edu.sg

Master of Engineering Technology in Electrical and Electronic Engineering – SIT

Introduction

The Master of Engineering Technology in Electrical and Electronic Engineering is a 60 ECTS* credit postgraduate programme, designed to equip graduates and professionals for a career in the electricity sector. The programme offers deep knowledge of modern electrical engineering technologies, coupled with a strong focus in industrial design on power and energy applications. Graduates and professionals will acquire theoretically-grounded as well as practice-oriented skills that are relevant to the industry.

This programme is tailored for working professionals. Classes are conducted on weekday evenings.

*ECTS: European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System, a credit system designed to make it easier for students to move between different countries.

Programme Structure

Students are required to complete 8 coursework modules and a 12 ECTS credit project, amounting to a total of 60 credits.

Modules

  • EEE6001 Power Systems Analysis and Control 6
  • EEE6002 Power Electronic Conversion 6
  • EEE6003 Electrification for Transportation and Built Environment 6
  • EEE6004 Power Systems Fault Analysis and Protection 6
  • EEE6005 Power Quality and Reliability 6
  • EEE6006 Smart Grids and Cyber Security 6
  • EEE6007 Analysis and Design of Electrical Machine Systems 6
  • EEE6008 Condition Monitoring in Power Engineering 6
  • EEE6009 Energy Resources, Market and Economics 6
  • EEE6010 Professional Practices in Power Engineering 6
  • EEE6100 Master of Engineering Technology Project 12
Admission Requirements

Applicants must possess the following:

  • a relevant Bachelor degree from a recognised university; and
  • at least one year of relevant working experience (including internship experience)

Relevant degrees include: a) the BEng (EPE) Degree awarded by Newcastle University; or b) the BEng (EPE) Joint Degree awarded by SIT and Newcastle University.

Dates & Fees

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Contact Details

Singapore Institute of Technology
10 Dover Drive
Singapore 138683

Tel: +65 6592 1189
Email: Adm.Postgrad@SingaporeTech.edu.sg

Master of Innovation by Design – SUTD

Introduction

Master of Innovation by Design assumes a designation that is novel, even internationally. It is a horizontal program, attracting students to a paradigm in which products, systems and services are developed concurrently with a design-centric mindset and across every discipline, domain and sector.

Although the programme is directed at technology intensive product-service-systems, the entire value chain of products, services, and systems must be taken into account from the early stages of development, in the true nature of a design thinking mindset.

Programme Structure

Students who elect to join the full-time MEng programme will complete two to three terms of coursework followed by an additional two terms of thesis. Students will be required to take two core courses (Innovation by Design and Design Science), along with a series of optional electives.

Core Modules

  • Innovation by Design (12 Credits)
  • Design Science (12 Credits)

Electives

Technical Electives

  • Manufacturing, Assembly and Design (12 credits)
  • Engineering Systems Architecture (12 credits)
  • Advanced Materials and Technologies (12 credits)
  • Analytics Edge (12 credits)
  • Machine Learning (12 credits)
  • Secure Cyber-Physical Systems (12 Credits)

Management Electives

  • Optimal Design (12 credits)
  • Operations Management (12 credits)
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship (12 credits)
  • Ethics of Leadership (12 credits)
  • Microeconomics (12 credits)
  • Organizational Processes (12 credits)
  • Critical Management Studies (12 credits)
  • Morals and Markets (12 credits)
  • Leaders and Followers (12 credits)
  • The History of International Development in Asia (12 credits)
  • The Visual Culture of Science and Technology (12 credits)
  • How the Things People Make, Make People
  • Human Behavior, Technology and Design (12 credits)
  • Business Culture and Entrepreneurship in China (12 credits)
  • The Role of Technology and Design on Growth in China (12 credits)
Admission Requirements

Applicants should possess the following:

• At least a Bachelor’s degree with Second-Upper Class Honors majoring in Engineering, Industrial Design, Material Science and other related areas.

• English language proficiency (TOEFL or IELTS may be required if English is not your medium of instruction).

Dates & Fees

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Contact Details

Singapore University of Technology and Design
8 Somapah Road
Singapore 487372

Tel: +65 6303 6600 
Email:
Masters Programmes – gradoffice@sutd.edu.sg

Master of Philosophy – James Cook University

Introduction

The Master of Philosophy offers postgraduate research supervision on a smaller scale than the PhD, towards which it can provide a pathway.

The Master of Philosophy is a research degree designed for graduates from various disciplines who wish to pioneer new knowledge and present the culmination of their research via a thesis.

You will do an integrated research project that culminates in the submission of a thesis and demonstrates the capacity for critical analysis and original research.

James Cook University will form an advisory panel comprised of a Primary Advisor, Secondary Advisor and Advisor Mentor to assist HDR (Higher Degree by Research) candidates in their research journey.Research areas available include: arts, anthropology, social sciences, game design, banking and finance, tourism, psychology, aquaculture, marine ecology, interdisciplinary topics, and other themes can be arranged to meet the needs of candidates.

Programme Structure

Candidates are required to complete core subjects before embarking on the thesis component, as per course structure below.

Core Subjects

  • Planning the Research: Masters Candidates
  • Situating the Research: Masters Candidates

+ One of the below

  • Master of Philosophy Research Thesis (Architecture and Building)
  • Master of Philosophy Research Thesis (Information Technology)
  • Master of Philosophy Research Thesis (Management and Commerce)
  • Master of Philosophy Research Thesis (Education)
  • Master of Philosophy Research Thesis (Society and Culture)
  • Master of Philosophy Research Thesis (Agriculture, Environmental and Related Studies)
  • Master of Philosophy Research Thesis (Health)
Admission Requirements

Applicants must demonstrate the capacity to undertake research at the Research Masters level by the attainment of at least one of the following:

  • A Bachelor’s degree with at least Second Class Division B (Honours) in a degree program that included a total of at least a 0.5 semester of supervised project work, the results of which contributed to the Honours grade;
  • A postgraduate qualification, which included: (a) supervised research component(s) of at least 0.5 semester (or equivalent) and resulted in the production of output(s) graded at the equivalent of Credit of better, and (b) at least one research methods subject;
  • A Graduate Certificate or Diploma in Research Methods with a Grade Point Average of Credit or above in addition to a Bachelor’s degree;
  • A combination of qualifications and research experience considered equivalent to the above and deemed appropriate by the university, e.g. junior authorship of a peer-reviewed research publication plus completion of an appropriate research methods subject.

Note: Candidates who do not meet any of the above may apply for a higher degree pathway offered in the form of the Graduate Certificate of Research Methods or the Graduate Diploma of Research Methods.

English Requirements

  • Applicants of non-English speaking backgrounds must meet the English language proficiency requirements of IELTS 6.5 (no component lower than 6.0) / TOEFL (Internet Based) 86 (no component less than 21) / Pearson PTE Academic 58 (no component less than
    54); or
  • Satisfactory completion of James Cook University Singapore English Language Preparatory Program
    (ELPP); or
  • Successful completion of other qualifications completed in English Language deemed comparable to Australian standards within the last two years on a case-by-case basis
Dates & Fees

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Contact Details

James Cook University (Singapore Campus)
149 Sims Drive
Singapore 387380

Tel: +65 6709 3888
Email: admissions-singapore@jcu.edu.au

Master of Planning and Urban Design – James Cook University

Introduction

Graduates of the Master of Planning and Urban Design at James Cook University will be able to:

  • Plan and conduct reliable, evidence-based design studio and/ or field experiments/practices by selecting and applying methods, techniques and tools, as appropriate to urban and regional planning in the tropics
  • Organise, analyse and interpret complex planning data using advanced mathematical, statistical, qualitative and technological skills
  • Communicate theoretical propositions, methodologies, social science and scientific data, arguments and conclusions clearly and coherently to specialist and non-specialist audiences through advanced written and oral English language skills and a variety of media
  • Identify, analyse and generate solutions to unpredictable or complex problems, especially related to tropical, rural, remote or Indigenous contexts, by applying planning knowledge and skills with initiative and expert judgement
  • Critically review regulatory requirements, ethical principles and, where appropriate, cultural frameworks, to work
    effectively, responsibly and safely in diverse contexts

This JCU Masters degree is accredited by the Planning Institute of Australia (PIA).

Programme Structure

Students are required to complete a total of 48 credit hours as per the following:

Core Subjects

  • Environmental and Regional Planning
  • Urban Geography and Design
  • Planning Legislation and Professional Practice
  • Introduction to Geographic Information Systems

+Subjects for Disaster Resilience

  • Disaster Management Principles
  • Disasters, Communities and Planning
  • Leadership in Disaster Management
  • Planning for Sustainable Communities in a Changing Environment

+Subjects for Sustainable Tropical Urbanism

  • Urban Design Studio
  • Field Study in Tropical Geography
  • Advanced Design Communication
  • Urban Ecosystems

+12 Credit Hours from

OPTION A (Dissertation – entry restricted to minimum Grade Point Average of 5.5)

  • Minor Project, Seminar and Literature Review (1 of 2)
  • Minor Project, Seminar and Literature Review
    (2 of 2)

OR 

OPTION B (Minor Project)

  • Professional Planning Project (1 of 2)
  • Professional Planning Project (2 of 2)
  • Professional Placement

+1 from any of the below:

  • Asia Pacific Development: Culture and Globalisation
  • Sustainability in Practice
  • Special Topic 1

Students have an option to complete 3 subjects with Pomeroy Academy: Distil Design Disseminate, Smart and Sustainable Cities, and Vertical Urban Theory. Upon successful completion of Pomeroy Academy’s subjects, students can obtain respective transferable credits for: Advanced Design Communication, Planning for Sustainable Communities in a Changing Environment, and Urban Ecosystems.

Admission Requirements
  • Completion of an Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) level 7 Bachelor Degree (or equivalent) in any discipline including Public Health, but excluding Health disciplines generally, Language studies or performing Arts.

English Requirements

  • Applicants of non-English speaking backgrounds must meet the English language proficiency requirements of IELTS 6 (no component lower than 6.0) / TOEFL (Internet Based) 74 (no component less than 18) / Pearson PTE Academic 52 (no component less than 52); or
  • Satisfactory completion of James Cook University Singapore English Language Preparatory Program (ELPP); or
  • Successful completion of other qualifications completed in English Language deemed comparable to Australian standards within the last two years on a case-by-case basis.
Dates & Fees

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Contact Details

James Cook University (Singapore Campus)
149 Sims Drive
Singapore 387380

Tel: +65 6709 3888
Email: admissions-singapore@jcu.edu.au

Master Of Public Health – NUS

Introduction

As part of its commitment to quality assurance, the Master of Public Health (MPH) programme underwent a programmatic review to design a new curriculum that provides greater integration and alignment of academic components. The revised programme seeks to equip public health professionals to use systems and evidence-based approaches to identify and solve public health problems to improve the health of communities. Students can look forward to the revised curriculum in Academic Year 2017/2018.

We ensure that the research and teaching provided is both progressive and comprehensive, by leveraging on the NUS system and our close links with the National University Hospital (NUH), Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, NUS Business School, as well as the Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences, and Engineering.

Our MPH graduates are equipped to address both traditional and emerging public health issues, and have gone on to assume leadership and administrative positions in diverse public health disciplines in local and international settings.

Programme Structure

The programme is offered on a full-time and part-time basis.

  • Full-time students are expected to complete the programme within 1.5 years (normal candidature duration*). The minimum candidature is 12 months, maximum candidature is 24 months.
  • Part-time students are expected to complete the programme within 2 years (normal candidature duration*). The minimum candidature is 24 months, maximum candidature is 48 months.

*Normal Candidature Period: Applicable for students enrolled in government-subsidised graduate coursework degree programmes. The normal candidature period refers to the normal duration that students are expected to take to complete a programme of study, excluding all approved Leave of Absence (LOA) periods.

*With effect from AY2019/2020, students admitted into a government-subsidised graduate coursework programme and who take longer than the normal candidature period to complete their degree requirements are required to pay full unsubsidised fees, during the extended semesters.

*For more information on Normal Candidature Duration are available here.

Study plans for full-time and part-time students are available here.

Admissions Requirements

Applicants must fulfill the following admission requirements:

MEDICALLY-QUALIFIED APPLICANTS

  1. MBBS or equivalent
  2. One year of general clinical experience, excluding housemanship (Applicable to Singapore-trained doctors only)
    AND
  3. One year of work experience in public health/health administration/ occupational and environmental health or having entered clinical specialty training
    OR
  4. Enrolment in the NUHS Preventive Medicine Residency programme

NON-MEDICAL APPLICANTS

  1. Good Honours degree or equivalent
  2. Two years of work experience in public health/ health promotion/ health administration/ occupational and environmental health/ clinical research

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS FOR INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS*
*Excludes applicants whose undergraduate or graduate degrees are from NUS, NTU, SIT, SMU, SUSS or SUTD and English-medium institutions in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States

International applicants must submit test scores for the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS Academic (International English Language Testing System) and must meet the minimum scores required:

  • 85 on the TOEFL test
  • 6.0 on the IELTS Academic test

Test scores for the TOEFL and IELTS Academic are valid for 2 years from the test dates. TOEFL and IELTS Academic scores that are no longer valid will not be accepted.

  • For TOEFL, please request the testing organization to send your scoresheet directly to Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health. Please quote 7897 for the TOEFL Institutional Code.
  • For IELTS scores, applicants can submit a scanned copy of their IELTS scoresheet.

For more information about the TOEFL or IELTS Academic, or for instructions on registering, please visit www.toefl.org (for TOEFL) and www.ielts.org (for IELTS Academic).

Please note that meeting the minimum requirements does not imply automatic admission into the MPH programme.

Dates & Fees

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Contact Details

NUS Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health
Tahir Foundation Building
National University of Singapore
12 Science Drive 2, #10-01
Singapore 117549

Tel: +65 6516 4988
Email: MPH_ADMIN@nus.edu.sg

Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering – TUM

Introduction

The Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering programme is awarded by Technische Universität München (Technical University of Munich, TUM). The programme is conducted in Singapore and it serves to provide graduates with an in-depth knowledge in the field of aerospace engineering, focusing in the areas of aeronautical and space design and research.

The 2-year full-time programme is taught by academia from TUM, who have extensive experience in the latest trends in research and education as well as in global industrial product development and management. The non-technical subjects are taught by experts from the industry, from Asia and Europe alike. Lectures will be held at TUM Asia‘s campus in Singapore.

Students who have passed all examinations and satisfied the criteria to graduate will be awarded a Masters degree from TUM.

Programme Structure

After the completion of coursework, all students have to complete a (minimum) two or three month internship with the industry or with an academic institution. It is required for the student to complete an internship related to his or her field of study at TUM Asia.

One can secure an internship in Singapore, Germany, or in any other country in Asia, Europe or the rest of the world. Students who have secured a scholarship with their sponsoring company will undergo their internship in the company (this can be conducted in any branch of the company worldwide). Students without an industrial sponsorship are to look for internships independently and it is expected that all students take an active approach about it. TUM Asia will assist to provide students with any possible internship opportunities, but students are to lead the search for internships themselves.

Master Thesis

The 6-month long thesis work is the culmination of graduate work and an opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills that students have acquired through course work and research assistant-ships. Through this guided learning experience, students work in collaboration with industry partners or other researchers on a project of mutual interest and may in some cases publish manuscripts resulting from the thesis.

The thesis should be practical-based. Theoretical frameworks or conceptual models may (and should in many cases) guide the research questions. A strictly theoretical paper is not acceptable for a master’s thesis.

Admission Requirements

In order to be eligible for the programme, you must have at least a Bachelor Degree (completed in at least three years, depending on factors such as the rest of your education background) in Aerospace/ Mechanical Engineering  or in a closely related discipline with remarkable results.

As the Master of Science programme’s instruction medium is English, the applicant must be able to demonstrate a satisfactory level of proficiency in the English language.

Applicant whose native tongue or medium of instruction from previous studies (Bachelor / FH Diploma) is not English must submit at least one of the following:

  • TOEFL: Recent score with a Minimum 88* for the Internet-Based Test (TOEFL code: 7368)
    *100 for TUM-NTU degrees, 88 for TUM-NUS and TUM degrees
  • IELTS: With academic IELTS result of at least 6.5
Dates & Fees

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Contact Details

TUM Asia Campus
SIT@SP Building
(Singapore Institute of Technology @ Singapore Polytechnic)
510 Dover Road
#05-01
Singapore 139660

Tel: +65 6777 7407
Email: graduate@tum-asia.edu.sg / admission@tum-asia.edu.sg

Master of Science in Communication Management – SMU

Introduction

The Master of Science in Communication Management conducted by Singapore Management University (SMU) is South-East Asia’s only university degree in corporate communication.

In the programme, communication professionals will learn to:

  1. Learn how communication contributes to shaping strategic management by understanding the business functions of finance, strategy, marketing and accounting.
  2. Learn to analyse key strategic communication and management issues facing organisations.
  3. Learn to make data-based decisions by using data analytics and the latest scientific evidence.
  4. Manage communication with diverse stakeholders and across different media platforms.
Programme Structure

Modules

  • CORPORATE REPUTATION
  • RESEARCH DESIGN AND ANALYTICS
  • RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA ERA
  • STRATEGIC CORPORATE COMMUNICATION
  • THE SCIENCE OF BEHAVIOUR CHANGE
  • DIGITAL MARKETING
  • CORPORATE BRANDING
  • MEDIA RELATIONS
  • BUSINESS FOUNDATIONAL COURSE: STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
  • BUSINESS FOUNDATIONAL COURSE: ETHICS AND SUSTAINABILITY
  • BUSINESS FOUNDATIONAL COURSE: MARKETING MANAGEMENT
  • BUSINESS FOUNDATIONAL COURSE: FINANCE

CAPSTONE PROJECT:
SOLVING A CORPORATE COMMUNICATION CHALLENGE

Admission Requirements

The Master of Science in Communication Management Programme welcomes students who fulfil the following admission requirements to join us.

  • A good bachelor’s degree from a recognised university in any field of study
  • A good score in the SMU Admission Test or GMAT/GRE*
  • Minimum working experience (post-Bachelor’s degree) of 3 years (part-time track) or 2 years (full-time track)
  • A good TOEFL/IELTS score is required if your degree was not taught in English

*We will accept good undergraduate GPAs from SMU in place of the admissions test requirement. Speak with your Admissions Manager to find out more.

The part-time track of the MCM programme is open to all Singaporeans and Singapore Permanent Residents. It is also open to international students who hold a valid Employment Pass (EP) or Dependant’s Pass (DP), and do not require a student visa.

The full-time track of the MCM programme will provide student visas for international students who wish to pursue their studies in Singapore without other employment.

Dates & Fees

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Contact Details

Lee Kong Chian School of Business
Singapore Management University
50 Stamford Road
Singapore 178899

Tel: +65-68280882
Email: bschool@smu.edu.sg

Master of Science in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence – University of London

Introduction

The programme aims to give the students fundamental knowledge and practical skills needed to design, build and apply AI systems in chosen area of specialisation.  The wide range of areas in data science and artificial intelligence spans across multiple research disciplines aiming to create skills needed for the digital economy.

Students will develop skills in specialist areas with clear applications in industry, including data mining, pattern recognition and machine learning.

Programme Structure

The Master of Science in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence is a 180 credit programme. A student must complete:

  • Four core modules (60 credits total)
  • Three compulsory modules (45 credits total)
  • Three optional modules (45 credits total)
  • A final project (30 credits total)

CORE (must pass all assessment elements)

  • Artificial Intelligence 15
  • Data Programming in Python 15
  • Mathematics and Statistics for Data Science 15
  • Machine Learning 15
  • COMPULSORY (subject to the *rules for compensation)
  • Big Data Analysis 15
  • Data Science Research Topics 15
  • Neural Networks 15

OPTIONAL (choose any four and subject to the *rules for compensation)

  • Blockchain Programming 15
  • Data Visualisation 15
  • Financial Data Modelling 15
  • Mathematics for Financial Markets 15
  • Natural Language Processing 15
  • R for Data Science 15

PROJECT (must pass all assessment elements)

Final Project in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence 30

Rules for Compensation
The university will allow compensation for an assessment element within optional and compulsory modules if:

  • the mark awarded for one of the assessment element is between 45%-49%; AND
  • the mark for the other assessment elements is sufficient to produce an overall combined weighted pass mark for the module

Note: the university will NOT allow compensation for any assessment element within core modules and the final project.

Admission Requirements

Entry Route 1
Applicants must have the following:

  • A full UK second class honours degree (or its equivalent) in a *relevant subject from an institution acceptable to the University of London; AND
  • GCE ‘O’ Level, min Grade C6 in English or its equivalent

The subjects that would be considered as relevant are: Computing, Data Science, Computer Science, Business Computing, Games Programming, Physics, Engineering, Mathematics and statistics, Finance, Marketing and Finance.

Entry Route 2
If applicants do not meet the above academic requirements, their applications may be considered based on the following

  • A full UK second class honours degree (or its equivalent) in a any subject from an institution acceptable to the University of London; AND
  • GCE ‘O’ Level, min Grade C6 in English or its equivalent; AND
  • *Complete and pass an online preparatory course, MOOC via Coursera platform. There is no entry test requirement for the MOOC course. However, there will be assessment during and at the end of the MOOC course

*Students should sign up with Coursera at least 3 months before the intended intake. Do aim to have the results at least one month before the application intake is closed. While completing the MOOC course, student may submit an SIM application.

Dates & Fees

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Contact Details

SIM Global Education
SIM HQ
461 Clementi Road
Singapore 599491

Tel: +65 6248 9746                               
Email: study@sim.edu.sg

Master of Science in Integrated Circuit Design – TUM-NTU

Introduction

The international Master of Science in Integrated Circuit Design which is jointly offered by Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Technische Universitaet Muenchen (Technical University of Munich, TUM) aims to educate the next generation of engineers and entrepreneurial leaders for the fast moving semiconductor industry. Changes in integrated circuits (ICs) technology have had a huge impact on our day to day life. Incredible technological advances over the last 50 years enable us to integrate billions of transistors on a single integrated circuit. At the same time the cost of a single transistor has decreased exponentially. The result is that every day, new attractive applications for the use of ICs open up, enabling the semiconductor industry to grow much faster than the overall economy. However, the semiconductor industry’s capability to make intelligent use of all these transistors in designing successful products has not kept pace with the manufacturing capabilities. The electronics and semiconductor industries are therefore constantly looking for well-educated integrated circuit design engineers.

The 2-year full-time Master programme includes content that ranges from analog, digital and mixed-circuit design over architectural concepts for integrated circuits to design methodology and automation. Product manufacturing and testing are also addressed. Integrated circuit design is also placed in a broader context, by teaching fundamental concepts of signal processing which are at the core of today’s communications circuits. Students will also be taught essential non-technical topics such as product marketing, international management, patent law and aspects of culture and globalization. This will be mainly done by highly qualified lecturers from the industry.

Upon the successful completion of the programme, the student will be awarded a joint Masters degree from NTU and TUM.

Programme Structure

After two semesters of coursework, all students have to complete a (minimum) two or three month internship with the industry or with an academic institution. It is required for the student to complete an internship related to his or her field of study at TUM Asia.

One can secure an internship in Singapore, Germany, or in any other country in Asia, Europe or the rest of the world. Students who have secured a scholarship with their sponsoring company will undergo their internship in the company (this can be conducted in any branch of the company worldwide). Students without an industrial sponsorship are to look for internships independently and it is expected that all students take an active approach about it. TUM Asia will assist to provide students with any possible internship opportunities, but students are to lead the search for internships themselves.

Master Thesis

The 6-month long thesis work is the culmination of graduate work and an opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills that students have acquired through course work and research assistant-ships. Through this guided learning experience, students work in collaboration with industry partners or other researchers on a project of mutual interest and may in some cases publish manuscripts resulting from the thesis.

The thesis should be practical-based. Theoretical frameworks or conceptual models may (and should in many cases) guide the research questions. A strictly theoretical paper is not acceptable for a master’s thesis.

Admission Requirements

In order to be eligible for the programme, you must have at least a Bachelor Degree** (completed in at least three years, depending on factors such as the rest of your education background) in Electrical/ Electronics Engineering or in a closely related discipline with remarkable results.

As the Master of Science programme’s instruction medium is English, the applicant must be able to demonstrate a satisfactory level of proficiency in the English language.

Applicant whose native tongue or medium of instruction from previous studies (Bachelor / FH Diploma) is not English must submit at least one of the following:

  • TOEFL: Recent score with a Minimum 100* for the Internet-Based Test
    *100 for TUM-NTU degrees, 88 for TUM-NUS and TUM degrees
  • IELTS: With academic IELTS result of at least 6.5
Dates & Fees

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Contact Details

TUM Asia Campus
SIT@SP Building
(Singapore Institute of Technology @ Singapore Polytechnic)
510 Dover Road
#05-01
Singapore 139660

Tel: +65 6777 7407
Email: graduate@tum-asia.edu.sg / admission@tum-asia.edu.sg

Master of Science in Management – SMU

Introduction

The Master of Science in Management (MiM) programme provides a platform for individuals with no prior business experience to transit successfully to the world of business with a comprehensive curriculum that covers the latest trends in business management.

Programme Structure

The programme curriculum consists of 8 core modules + 8 electives.

8 Core Modules

  • Accounting
  • Business Analytics & Quantitative Methods
  • Corporate Finance
  • Managing People and Organisations
  • Strategic Management
  • Operations and Supply Chain Management
  • Global Economics
  • Marketing Management

Elective Modules (Choose 8 from 22)

Common Elective Modules

  • Business Study Mission
  • Communicating Across Cultures
  • Entrepreneurial Mindset and Business Planning
  • Negotiating in Business
  • Innovation Management
  • Ideation Management & Design Thinking

Track-Specific Elective Modules

Finance Track Elective Modules
(Choose all 4 courses being offered)

  • Financial Markets
  • Equity Analysis and Portfolio Management
  • Investment Banking
  • Advanced Corporate Finance

Operations Management Track Elective Modules
(Choose all 4 courses being offered)

  • Decision Analysis
  • Successful Project Management
  • Risk Management: Building Resilient Supply Chains
  • Online Business and Marketplaces

Marketing Track Elective Modules
(Choose all 4 courses being offered)

  • Management Communication
  • Consumer Behaviour
  • Consumer Analytics
  • Digital Marketing

Sustainability Track Elective modules
(Choose all 4 courses being offered)

  • Sustainable Impact
  • Sustainable Operations
  • Sustainability and Metrics
  • Sustainable Finance
Admission Requirements
  • Good undergraduate degree.
  • A good score in GMAT/ GRE or SMU Admissions Test*
  • TOEFL/ IELTS is required if the medium of instruction of your undergraduate studies was not in English. It must be taken within the last 2 years at the time of submitting your application.
  • 2 reference letters.
  • Minimum relevant experience (post-Bachelor’s degree) of up to 4 years (blended programme)

Upon completion of the online application form, candidates will be first invited to complete a recorded video interview as a first stage of evaluation. Shortlisted candidates will then be invited for a second interview with the Admissions Committee, and also for follow-up tests if deemed necessary.

*We will accept good undergraduate GPAs from SMU in place of the admissions test requirement. Speak with your Admissions Manager to find out more.

Dates & Fees

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Contact Details

Lee Kong Chian School of Business
Singapore Management University
50 Stamford Road
Singapore 178899

Tel: +65-68280882
Email: bschool@smu.edu.sg

Master of Science in Security by Design – SUTD

Introduction

This is a one-year to two-year Master programme in Security-by-Design. This programme is designed for engineers with an undergraduate degree in any one of several fields of engineering. It encompasses the latest research findings, both applied and fundamental. The programme also provides advanced and in-depth knowledge of technologies to prepare the students for challenges in their careers. The programme adds to quality manpower in the area of cybersecurity that is much needed to design and manage a Smart Nation.

Programme Structure

The duration for the full-time MSSD programme is three-terms. Each term is 14-weeks in duration with a 1-week break following week six. The course and project work in each term is given in the table below. Students are required to undertake a project or a thesis in Term three. This project is sponsored either by the faculty or by the employer in the case of company-sponsored students. In either cases, the project has to be approved by the faculty committee that oversees the MSSD programme. A limited number of students may have the opportunity to go abroad and work on a project or a thesis with a faculty member in a collaborating university at their own expense.

Modules

  • Foundations of Cybersecurity
  • Computer Networks
  • Security Tools Laboratory
  • Project or Thesis
  • Machine Learning
  • Systems Security
  • Secure Software Engineering
  • Security Tools Laboratory
  • Project or Thesis
  • Secure Cyber Physical Systems
  • Cybercrime

Project or Thesis

Admission Requirements

The MSSD programme is open to graduates with a degree in engineering, physics, chemistry or mathematics. A sound mathematical background and computer programming skills are required of entering students. The programme is open to all students including foreigners.

An applicant should possess:

  1. A bachelor’s degree in computer science or any branch of engineering; or
  2. A bachelor’s degree in a related discipline with two years ICT industry experience.

The graduate committee shall decide on the application based on the student’s background. And the approval will be on a case by case basis.

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Contact Details

Singapore University of Technology and Design
8 Somapah Road
Singapore 487372

Tel: +65 6303 6600 
Email: mssd@sutd.edu.sg

Master of Science Programme in Rail, Transport and Logistics – TUM

Introduction

The Master of Science Programme in Rail, Transport and Logistics (RTL) conferred by Technische Universität München (Technical University of Munich, TUM) will provide graduates with the necessary knowledge and skills to successfully master the challenges faced in the areas of transportationlogistics and/or railway engineering.

The student will learn how to analyze and assess the various traffic scenarios of the different transport modes and how to find appropriate solutions. Students will learn how to design and operate modern transport systems including integrated inter-modal management systems. Students are able to choose from 3 different specializations: Railway, Transport and Logistics in this Masters programme.

The 2-year full-time programme aims to develop students into professionals in the dynamically growing market of railway, transport and logistics. Upon the successful completion of the programme, the student will be awarded a Masters degree from TUM.

Programme Structure

After three semesters of coursework, all students have to complete a (minimum) two month internship with the industry or with an academic institution. It is required for the student to complete an internship related to his or her field of study.

One can secure an internship in Singapore, Germany, or in any other country in Asia, Europe or the rest of the world. Students who have secured a scholarship with their sponsoring company will undergo their internship in the company (this can be conducted in any branch of the company worldwide). Students without an industrial sponsorship are to look for internships independently and it is expected that all students take an active approach about it. TUM Asia will assist to provide students with any possible internship opportunities, but students are to lead the search for internships themselves.

Master Thesis

The 6-month long thesis work is the culmination of graduate work and an opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills that students have acquired through course work and internship. Through this guided learning experience, students work in collaboration with industry partners or other researchers on a project of mutual interest and may in some cases publish manuscripts resulting from the thesis.

The thesis should be practical-based. Theoretical frameworks or conceptual models may (and should in many cases) guide the research questions. A strictly theoretical paper is not acceptable for a master’s thesis.

Admission Requirements

In order to be eligible for the programme, you must have at least a Bachelor Degree (completed in at least three years, depending on factors such as the rest of your education background) in any of the following fields: Civil Engineering, Transport Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science, Communications Engineering, Mathematics, Physical Science, Architecture, and Environmental Engineering  (list is not exhaustive) with remarkable results.

As the Master of Science programme’s instruction medium is English, the applicant must be able to demonstrate a satisfactory level of proficiency in the English language.

Applicant whose native tongue or medium of instruction from previous studies (Bachelor / FH Diploma) is not English must submit at least one of the following:

  • TOEFL: Recent score with a Minimum 234 for the Computer-Based test / 88* for the Internet-Based Test 
    *100 for TUM-NTU degrees, 88 for TUM-NUS and TUM degrees
  • IELTS: With academic IELTS result of at least 6.5
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Contact Details

TUM Asia Campus
SIT@SP Building
(Singapore Institute of Technology @ Singapore Polytechnic)
510 Dover Road
#05-01
Singapore 139660

Tel: +65 6777 7407
Email: graduate@tum-asia.edu.sg / admission@tum-asia.edu.sg

Master of Technology in Intelligent Systems – NUS

Introduction

The NUS Master of Technology in Intelligent Systems programme is targeted at working professionals who wish to be able to design and build systems that utilise Artificial Intelligence and other Smart Systems techniques. Application areas are wide and diverse, and include robotics, autonomous vehicles, intelligent sensing systems, Internet of Things, Smart City applications and Industry 4.0 applications, as well as applications within business and commerce.

The MTech IS programme emphasises the concepts, techniques and methods of Artificial Intelligence, and their application to the development of Intelligent Systems applications. The programme provides you with the essential knowledge and practical experience needed to become an Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Systems specialist, and prepares you to be able to lead the development of Intelligent Systems in providing effective and optimal business solutions for your organisation.

Programme Structure

MTech IS candidates must successfully complete the following course components to be awarded the degree:

  • Fundamental Modules – Complete 2 Graduate Certificates
  • Specialist Modules – Complete 2 Graduate Certificates selected from 4
Admission Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree preferably in Science or Engineering and a grade point average of at least B
  • Proficiency in the English Language (written and spoken)*
  • Have passed an entrance test
    • NUS-ISS may, at its discretion, accept GRE general test in lieu of NUS-ISS entrance test in genuine cases e.g. a candidate lives in a country where NUS-ISS does not administer entrance tests or candidate had valid reasons that prevented him/her from attending the NUS-ISS entrance test when it was administered
  • Preferably two years relevant working experience
    • As an IT professional, such as software developer, business analyst, or as a domain expert, working in an area where Intelligent Systems and Knowledge Engineering can be applied
    • Candidates with highly relevant IT degrees, with consistently good academic records and good practical software development knowledge gained either through course work, course projects or professional IT certifications, may be granted a work experience waiver
  • Have received a favourable assessment at admissions interview conducted by NUS-ISS

English Language Proficiency

  • Applicants who graduated from universities where English is not the medium of instruction should submit TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS (International English Language Testing System) score as evidence of their proficiency in the English language.
Dates & Fees

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Contact Details

NUS Institute of System Science
29 Heng Mui Keng Terrace
Block C, D & E
Singapore 119620

Tel: +65 6601 3161 / +65 6516 2516 / +65 6516 6153 / +65 6516 6769 / +65 6516 1047
Email: isspostgrad@nus.edu.sg

Master of Technology in Software Engineering – NUS

Introduction

The NUS Master of Technology in Software Engineering is designed to meet the industry demand for software engineers who can help Singapore organisations to realise the smart nation initiatives through building robust, reliable and scalable software systems. This programme is best suited for individuals who have a few years of experience in software engineering roles and are looking to further enhance their knowledge and skills in architecting scalable, secure and smart software systems.

The MTech SE programme emphasises the skills required for architecting scalable, secure and smart systems and platforms. The focus will also be exploitation of software technologies, methodologies and management techniques. It focuses on the practical and systematic construction of software systems, using innovative and state-of-the-art techniques..

The programme will equip you with the essential knowledge and practical experience to architect, design, build and manage the delivery of robust software systems for your organisation and customers.

Programme Structure

MTech SE candidates must successfully complete the following course components to be awarded the degree:

  • Fundamental – Complete 1 Graduate Certificate
  • Specialist – Complete 2 of 4 Graduate Certificates
Admission Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree preferably in Science or Engineering and a grade point average of at least B
  • Proficiency in the English Language (written and spoken)*
  • Have passed an entrance test
    • NUS-ISS may, at its discretion, accept GRE general test in lieu of NUS-ISS entrance test in genuine cases e.g. a candidate lives in a country where NUS-ISS does not administer entrance tests or candidate had valid reasons that prevented him/her from attending the NUS-ISS entrance test when it was administered
  • Preferably four years relevant working experience
    • as a software engineer e.g. programmer, designer, technical team lead
    • Candidates who have lesser than four years relevant experience with good practical software engineering knowledge gained either through course work, course projects or work experience may be considered
  • Have received a favourable assessment at admissions interview conducted by NUS-ISS

English Language Proficiency

  • Applicants who graduated from universities where English is not the medium of instruction should submit TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS (International English Language Testing System) score as evidence of their proficiency in the English language.
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NUS Institute of System Science
29 Heng Mui Keng Terrace
Block C, D & E
Singapore 119620

Tel: +65 6601 3161 / +65 6516 2516 / +65 6516 6153 / +65 6516 6769 / +65 6516 1047
Email: isspostgrad@nus.edu.sg

Masters in Design for Smart Cities – Strate School of Design Singapore

Introduction

The Masters in Design for Smart Cities are a 2-year, postgraduate programmes, developed by globally renowned design school, Strate School of Design.

The Master Degrees will train Design Managers and Smart City experts. The multidisciplinary approach of combining design, humanities, technology and management, is taught through the model of Design Thinking and Design Doing, where students craft innovative mindsets based on design methodology and extensive hands-on practice.

Programme Structure

YEAR 1

1st Semester (5 months)

Design Projects & Methodology (9 credits)

  • Design Workshop
  • Methodology Project
  • Long Design Project (Design Projects & Methodology)
  • Internet of Things Project

Design Culture 1 (6 credits)

  • Design Culture
  • Interaction Design Culture
  • Service Design Culture
  • Experience Design Culture
  • Big Data And Data Visualization

General Culture 1 (6 credits)

  • Introduction to Complexity
  • Introduction to Sociology
  • Technological Culture (IT, AI, Robotics, Media)
  • Urban Planning
  • Transportation And Mobility
  • Marketing (General Culture 1)

Representation & Visualization 1 (9 credits)

  • Video and Story Boarding
  • 3D (Modelizing/Simulating)
  • Wireframe Design
  • Graphic Facilitation

2nd Semester (5 months)

Industry Sponsored Projects (7 credits)

  • Industry Sponsored Design Workshop
  • Short Industry Sponsored Design Project
  • Long Design Project (Industry Sponsored Projects)

Design Culture 2 (3 credits)

  • Design And Philosophy
  • Participation And Co-design
  • Design And Environment

General Culture 2 (6 credits)

  • Marketing (General Culture 2)
  • Ethnography
  • Professionalization 1
  • Communication 1
  • New Industry Technologies (3D Printing…)

Representation & Visualization 2 (9 credits)

  • 3D (Virtual reality/Augmented reality/Immersion)
  • Video (Special Effects)
  • Apps And Services (HTML5/Css)
  • Programming And Coding

Thesis 1 (5 credits)

  • Initial Question Building
  • Research And Bibliography
  • Writing Methodology

 YEAR 2

3rd Semester (3 months)

Thesis 2 (15 credits)

  • Writing
  • Problematization
  • Publishing And Editing

Inter-disciplinary Industry Sponsored Project (3 credits)

  • Inter-disciplinary Industry Sponsored Project

Humanities (2 credits)

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Cognitive Sciences
  • Leadership

4th Semester (5 months)

Professionalization (2 credits)

  • Professionalization

Preparation of Oral Defence (2 credits)

  • Preparation of Oral Defence

Degree Project Follow-Up (26 credits)

  • Degree Project Follow-Up 

5th Semester (3 – 6 months)

Internship (10 credits)

Admission Requirements

Bachelor’s degree (Upper 2nd Class Honours degree or equivalent) in Design or Engineering or in Science; or candidates with other qualifications will be assessed based on individual merits:

  • Bachelor graduates in non-Design or Science fields (e.g. Management or Arts) can apply;
    • One academic satisfactory reference
  • Local Polytechnic diploma or advanced diploma holders with a minimum of 5 years of post-qualification relevant industrial experience can apply;
    • Three satisfactory references, of which one academic reference

Motivation and eligibility of applicants are measured through an interview with the Programme Director, where they will have to elaborate and illustrate their interest in joining the programme and how they connect to the disciplines related to Design and Smart Cities.

English Proficiency Requirements

  • TOEFL iBT – 88 overall;
  • IELTS 6.0 overall;
  • Pearson Test in English with a minimum score of 59 in all four skills; or
  • ‘O’ level equivalent

All admissions will be based on merit and is subject to the final approval of the Programme Director.

Dates & Fees

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Contact Details

Strate School of Design Singapore Campus
National Design Centre
111 Middle Road
#02-04
Singapore 188969

Tel: +65 6909 6846
Email: contact-sg@strate.design

MSc in Chemical Engineering – NUS

Introduction

The Master of Science Program in Chemical Engineering (MSc ChE) is designed to provide you with a firm grounding in the broad fundamentals of chemical engineering and familiarity with several specialized areas. This approach fosters versatility and leads to more professional options. The MSc ChE programme is offered by the Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering (ChBE) at NUS. The latest (2019) London-based Quacquarelli Symonds Ltd (QS) World University Rankings has placed NUS Chemical Engineering as amongst the world’s top 10. Under the tutelage of our world-renowned faculty, you can realise your full potential and be prepared for an increasingly borderless and innovation-driven global economy. Graduates from the MSc ChE programme have held professional positions in areas such as manufacturing, pharmaceuticals and healthcare, environmental science & engineering, design and construction, petrochemicals, biomedical and biotechnology, food processing, microelectronics and advanced materials, among others.

The program can be completed in one year (full-time) or two years (part-time).

Programme Structure

Coursework programmes leading to the Master of Science (MSc) are normally conducted in the evenings and are awarded once the candidates pass the relevant examinations in a prescribed number of subjects. Students may enrol in any of these programmes on a part-time or full-time basis.  However, International candidates who are not long-term residents of Singapore at the time of application are only eligible to apply for the full-time MSc programmes, and if offered admission, they are to be registered as full-time students.

Typically the study workload for students are as follow:

Part-time

  • Classes: Normally take 2 modules each semester (i.e. generally attend lectures 2 evenings per week).#
  • Maximum workload per semester:12 MCs*
  • Period of candidature
    • Minimum residency: 50% of required MCs
    • Normal Course Duration: 5 semesters / 2.5 years
    • Maximum candidature: 8 semesters / 4 years

Full-time

  • Classes: Normally take 3-5 modules each semester (i.e. generally attend lectures between 3-5 evenings per week).
  • Maximum workload per semester: 16 – 20 MCs*
  • Period of candidature
    • Minimum residency: 50% of required MCs
    • Normal Course Duration: 3 semesters / 1.5 years
    • Maximum candidature: 4 semesters / 2 years

*A graduate module is normally equivalent to 4 MCs.

Graduate classes (including lectures, tutorials and laboratory sessions) are usually conducted in the evenings from 6.00 pm to 9.00 pm from Mondays to Fridays.

Admission Requirements

Prospective student should have a Bachelor’s degree with honours or its equivalent from a good University, in an area related to the intended programme of study; or a Bachelor’s degree with a relevant NUS Graduate Certificate with a minimum CAP as imposed by the Host Department of the intended programme of study.

Candidates with other qualifications and achievements deemed to be suitably prepared for the programme of study may also be considered. Candidates are also expected to be proficient in English as the medium of instruction in NUS is English. GRE scores are not required.

The above are minimum requirements and do not guarantee admission. Selection of candidates for admission is on a competitive basis. Admission decisions are based on multiple considerations, including the number and quality of applicants and the capacity of the programme applied to.

English Language Requirements

Applicants whose first language is not English are required to demonstrate their English proficiency by means of TOEFL / IELTS test scores. Applicants may be waived from this requirement if they completed their degree programme taught entirely in English, situated in an English speaking country, for example (non exhaustive list) Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, United Kingdom, USA.

To meet the English requirement for our MSc programmes in Engineering, the minimum score expected is :

  • 85 (for TOEFL internet-based test) or
  • 6.0 (for IELTS (Academic)).
Dates & Fees

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NUS Engineering
National University of Singapore
9 Engineering Drive 1
Block EA #07-26
Singapore 117575

Tel: +65 6516 2101

MSc in Geotechnical Engineering – NUS

Introduction

The Master of Science (Geotechnical Engineering) program will provide you with in-depth knowledge on both the good practices and important theories related to the design, analysis and construction of complex geotechnical systems such as deep excavations, tunnelling, deep foundations and ground improvement.

Whether you are a fresh engineer or a licensed professional engineer, this is an ideal program if you are looking to enhance and deepen your knowledge and understanding in the various key geotechnical disciplines.

The course modules are specially designed to train and equip you with the practical skillsets and analytical abilities needed to tackle many of these challenging geotechnical problems that may be encountered during the course of your professional practice.  Our program mission is to produce competent engineers who can plan, design and supervise the safe construction of complex geotechnical systems.

Programme Structure

Coursework programmes leading to the Master of Science (MSc) are normally conducted in the evenings and are awarded once the candidates pass the relevant examinations in a prescribed number of subjects. Students may enrol in any of these programmes on a part-time or full-time basis.  However, International candidates who are not long-term residents of Singapore at the time of application are only eligible to apply for the full-time MSc programmes, and if offered admission, they are to be registered as full-time students.

Typically the study workload for students are as follow:

Part-time

  • Classes: Normally take 2 modules each semester (i.e. generally attend lectures 2 evenings per week).#
  • Maximum workload per semester:12 MCs*
  • Period of candidature
    • Minimum residency: 50% of required MCs
    • Normal Course Duration: 5 semesters / 2.5 years
    • Maximum candidature: 8 semesters / 4 years

Full-time

  • Classes: Normally take 3-5 modules each semester (i.e. generally attend lectures between 3-5 evenings per week).
  • Maximum workload per semester: 16 – 20 MCs*
  • Period of candidature
    • Minimum residency: 50% of required MCs
    • Normal Course Duration: 3 semesters / 1.5 years
    • Maximum candidature: 4 semesters / 2 years

*A graduate module is normally equivalent to 4 MCs.

Graduate classes (including lectures, tutorials and laboratory sessions) are usually conducted in the evenings from 6.00 pm to 9.00 pm from Mondays to Fridays.

Admission Requirements

Prospective student should have a Bachelor’s degree with honours or its equivalent from a good University, in an area related to the intended programme of study; or a Bachelor’s degree with a relevant NUS Graduate Certificate with a minimum CAP as imposed by the Host Department of the intended programme of study.

Candidates with other qualifications and achievements deemed to be suitably prepared for the programme of study may also be considered. Candidates are also expected to be proficient in English as the medium of instruction in NUS is English. GRE scores are not required.

The above are minimum requirements and do not guarantee admission. Selection of candidates for admission is on a competitive basis. Admission decisions are based on multiple considerations, including the number and quality of applicants and the capacity of the programme applied to.

English Language Requirements
Applicants whose first language is not English are required to demonstrate their English proficiency by means of TOEFL / IELTS test scores. Applicants may be waived from this requirement if they completed their degree programme taught entirely in English, situated in an English speaking country, for example (non exhaustive list) Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, United Kingdom, USA.

To meet the English requirement for our MSc programmes in Engineering, the minimum score expected is :

  • 85 (for TOEFL internet-based test) or
  • 6.0 (for IELTS (Academic)).
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NUS Engineering
National University of Singapore

9 Engineering Drive 1
Block EA #07-26
Singapore 117575

Tel: +65 6516 2101

MSc in Marine Technology – Newcastle University

Introduction

The MSc in Marine Technology is a part-time Masters Degree programme that caters for working engineers, executives and managers in the local marine and offshore industry, with minimum disruption to their demanding work commitments. This dynamic course responds to the challenges and demands of the global maritime sector.

The programme develops the skills of graduate engineers working in the marine and offshore industry in advanced technologies, design, engineering, management, safety, statutory rules and regulations, and business. The students will also develop transferable professional skills, such as technical writing, which are fostered through post-training assignments and then finally a dissertation. 

Programme Structure

Core Modules

  • Advanced Marine Engineering Design
  • Marine and Offshore Project Management
  • Marine Systems Identification Modelling and Control
  • The Regulatory Framework for the Marine Industry
  • Surveying Ships and Offshore Installations
  • Advanced Subsea and Pipeline Engineering
  • Advanced Marine Design
  • Advanced Offshore Technology
  • Advanced Hydrodynamics
  • Mooring Riser and Drilling System
  • Structural Analysis and Design of Ships and Offshore Structures
  • Structural Dynamics of Ships and Offshore Structures
  • Dissertation

Type of Programme
Post-graduate taught degree, Blended Learning.

Programme Duration
36 months part-time study

Admission Requirements

2:2 honours degree, or international equivalent, in a marine technology subject or relevant engineering subject. Relevant experience is desirable, although not essential.

English Language Entry Requirements : IELTS overall 6.5  (with a minimum of 5.5 in all sub-skills) or equivalent

Applicant Eligibility

The course is only available to Singapore Citizens, Singapore Permanent Residents, Singapore Employment Pass holders, Singapore Dependant’s Pass* holders.

*subject to approval by the respective pass-issuing authority.

Dates & Fees

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Newcastle Research & Innovation Institute Pte Ltd (NewRIIS)
80 Jurong East Street 21, #05-04
Devan Nair Institute for Employment and Employability
Singapore 609607

Tel: +65 6514 0568
Email: newriis.research@ncl.ac.uk

MSc in Process Safety and Risk Management – Newcastle University

Introduction

The Master of Science in Process Safety and Risk Management is a 2-years, part-time, postgraduate taught programme. It is designed to enable students to understand the overarching requirement of compliance to legislation and to instil into students, the knowledge and skills in measuring and quantifying safety levels, hazardous emissions and exposure levels, and to design and operate inherently safer plants using specialist knowledge and skills.

The programme aims to train students to be competent professionals in the health and safety profession, to enable students to obtain an accredited postgraduate degree qualification for better career development and to enable students to develop a deeper understanding across the broad subject of process safety and risk management.

Programme Structure

Core Modules

  • Legislation Safety Case and Incident Investigation
  • Environmental Impact, Legislation and Engineering
  • Safety Engineering and Loss Prevention
  • BioSafety Engineering and Occupational Health
  • Research Method
  • Safety, Health and Risk Management in Process, Petroleum and Offshore Engineering
  • Hazard Identification and Quantitative Risk Assessment
  • Mechanical Integrity in Process Safety
  • Process Control
  • Project Dissertation

Type of Programme
Post-graduate taught degree, face-to-face lessons.

Programme Duration
24 months part-time study

Admission Requirements

First degree in Chemical Engineering or equivalent engineering qualification with minimum second lower classification (2.2)

Candidates without a Bachelor Degree with at least 8 years of working experience and is at least 30 years old will also be considered on a case by case basis

English Language Entry Requirements : IELTS overall 6.5 or equivalent

Applicant Eligibility

The course is only available to Singapore Citizens, Singapore Permanent Residents, Singapore Employment Pass holders, Singapore Dependant’s Pass* holders.

*subject to approval by the respective pass-issuing authority.

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Newcastle Research & Innovation Institute Pte Ltd (NewRIIS)
80 Jurong East Street 21, #05-04
Devan Nair Institute for Employment and Employability
Singapore 609607

Tel: +65 6514 0568
Email: newriis.research@ncl.ac.uk

NUS-ANU Joint M.Sc. in Science Communication

Introduction

The Joint Master of Science Degree Programme in Science Communication was introduced by The Australian National University (ANU) and National University of Singapore (NUS) in January 2009.

Combining the competences of both universities, the programme targets science teachers in primary schools, secondary schools and junior colleges in Singapore, as well as those in areas of education, policy-making and journalism.

The Centre for the Public Awareness of Science (CPAS) is Australia’s oldest and most diverse academic science communication centre located at The Australian National University. CPAS is unique in its orientation to both applied and theoretical studies of the communication of science. Students receive solid theoretical grounding in communicating with the public, training in research methods and practical training in professional, effective science communication.

Objectives of the Programme

The NUS-ANU Joint M.Sc. in Science Communication aims to foster in its participants the skills necessary to:

  • be competent, confident, effective communicators of science and technology to the general public and school-age audiences
  • develop materials for effective communication to non-specific audiences
  • propose and supervise project work and other scientific activities
  • develop strong lifelong learning habits
Programme Structure

The course can be taken full-time over one year or part-time over two years with a maximum candidature of three years for full-time students and four years for part-time students. 

Full-time students may choose to spend one semester (February to June) at ANU and one semester (August to December) at NUS or read ANU modules via intensive mode at ANU Campus or via E-Learning mode.

Part-time students will complete the entire programme at NUS. Part-time students may read ANU modules via E-learning mode or attend week-long intensive modules at ANU campus.

All students can work on their research project concurrently with their modules or during the subsequent year.

Programme Requirements
Students have to fulfil the following conditions:

1. Read and pass the following 2 Essential modules (9 MCs)

  • NUS Module: MW5201 Essentials of Science Communication (formerly Topics in Science Communication) (4 MCs)
  • ANU Module: SCOM8014 (MW5152) Communicating Science with the Public (5 MCs)

2. Read and pass 1 Elective module from List A (4 MCs) and 3 Elective modules from List B (15 MCs)

List A:

  • MW5202 Innovations in Science Teaching (4 MCs)
  • MW5203 Frontier Topics in Science (4 MCs)

List B:

  • SCOM6015 (MW5255) Speaking of Science (5 MCs)
  • SCOM6003 (MW5258) Science in Popular Fiction (5 MCs)
  • SCOM6007 (MW5253) Science Communication Project Design and Delivery (5 MCs)
  • SCOM6012 (MW5271) Science Communication and the Web (5 MCs)
  • SCOM6016 (MW5256) Science in the Media (5 MCs)
  • SCOM6029 (MW5259) Cross Cultural Perspectives in Science Communication (5 MCs)
  • SCOM6030 (MW5272) Science Dialogue Theory and Practice (5 MCs)
  • SCOM6032 (MW5273) Making Modern Science (5 MCs)
  • SCOM6501 (MW5270) Strategies in Science Communication (5 MCs)
  • SCOM6027 (MW5257) Science Politics (formerly Science and Public Policy) (5 MCs)
  • SCOM6031 (MW5151) Science, Risk and Ethics (5 MCs)
  • SCOM8088 (MW5252)  Engagement for Policy Impact (5 MCs)
  • POPH8115 (MW5264) Health Promotion and Protection (5 MCs)

3. Complete a research project (MW5200) worth 12 MCs

4. Obtain an minimum Cumulative Average Point (CAP) of 3.00

Continuation and Graduation Requirements
Students must read and pass NUS and ANU modules worth 40 NUS modular credits (MCs), with a CAP (NUS) of 3.00 or its equivalent over their approved candidature period. Each ANU module is 6 ANU credits which is equivalent to 5 NUS modular credits.

Student’s CAP should not fall below 3.00 for two consecutive semesters. A student who fails to maintain the minimum CAP as stipulated will have his/her candidature terminated.

Admission Requirements

Applicants seeking admission to the course for the NUS-ANU Joint M.Sc. degree program in Science Communication must have a Bachelor degree in Science with Honours (or equivalent) from a reputable university.

Applicants from countries whose native tongue is not English should submit TOEFL/IELTS scores as evidence of their proficiency in the English Language.

The minimum requirement for TOEFL score is:

  • Paper-Based Test : 580
  • Internet-Based Test : 85 with at least 22 for the writing component and 18 in Speaking and 18 in Listening

The minimum requirement for IELTS score is 6.5 with at least 6 for each component.

Applicants should also ensure they meet the ANU English Language requirements before they submit their application.  

Applicants without an Honours degree in Science but with relevant working experience in Science Communication may be considered.

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Contact Details

Faculty of Science, NUS
National University of Singapore
Block S16 Level 9, 6 Science Drive 2
Singapore 117546

Tel: +65 6516 7993 / +65 6516 8780
Email: scidrgs@nus.edu.sg

Professional Certificates in Railway Engineering – TUM

Introduction

Technical University of Munich (TUM) is one of Europe’s leading technical universities and strives to create a lasting value for society through excellence in education and research. Following the same vision, TUM Asia opened its doors in Singapore in 2002 to bring German academic excellence to Asia, and has been conducting Master and Bachelor programmes since then.

To meet the growing demand of trained professionals in the industry, TUM Asia is now offering individual course modules as Professional Certificates in order to meet the needs of the Asian logistics, transport and rail industries. 

Learn from recognised experts in the Master of Science in Rail, Transport and Logistics programme, featuring modules from the Railway Engineering, Transportation, and Logistics specialisations. Upgrade your skills and broaden your network with like-minded students from all around the world.

Programme Structure

The modules listed are available as short courses for individuals seeking new knowledge in the fields of Railway Engineering, Transportation, and Logistics. Each short course will be recognized as a Professional Certificate which will add value to your career skills and your resume. 

Modules Available

LOGISTICS

  • Consumer Industry Supply Chain Management
    Consumer goods logistics and supply chains, from store to supplier, E-commerce and innovative applications
    Prof. Dr. Christian Kille, University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt
    2 – 13 March 2020 (45x45min)
  • Decision Support for Logistics Management
    Shortest path problem, travelling salesman problem, vehicle routing problem, warehouse location problem
    Prof. Dr. Constantinos Antoniou, Technical University of Munich
    5 – 8 August & 13 – 16 August 2019 (45×45 min)
  • Design and Application of Material Handling Systems
    Load units, storage technology, sortation, robot handling, packing and loading, IT-systems, courier & express
    Dr.-Ing. Roland Johannes Fischer, Fraunhofer
    (45x45min)
  • Green Supply Chain and Risk Management
    Evolution of green movement, green supply chain planning, green packaging, global and local risk management
    Dr. Hanns Zeltinger, z-consult Pte. Ltd. Singapore
    6 – 10 July & 13 – 17 July 2020 (45x45min)
  • Health Care Logistics
    Modern hospital management, health care value chain, strategic sourcing and logistics for hospital management
    Prof. Dr. Jörg Schlüchtermann, University of Bayreuth
    24 – 28 February & 2 – 6 March 2020 (45x45min)
  • Industrial Logistics
    Manufacturing industry, SCM driver and global manufacturing, procurement and inbound logistics, production
    Dr. Hanns Zeltinger, z-consult Pte. Ltd. Singapore
    21 Oct – 1 Nov 2019 (45x45min)
  • Introduction to Business Logistics
    Megatrends for the future of logistics, footprints of logistics, logistics from “the bottom up”, SC configuration
    Prof. Peter Klaus, D.B.A./Boston Univ.
    15 – 16, 19 – 21 Aug, 4 – 8 Nov 2019 (45x45min)
  • Introduction to Supply Chain Management
    The right supply chain for your product, inventory management, global supply chain design, SC coordination
    Dr. Patricia Rogetzer & Mr. Dennis Prak, School of Management, Technical University of Munich 2 – 6 Sept & 9 – 13 Sept 2019 (45x45min)
  • Logistics Service Provider (LSP) Management
    Value chain design, LTL, FTL, pick-up and delivery, tracking and tracing, order processing, marketing
    Prof. Peter Klaus, D.B.A./Boston Univ.
    23 – 27 Mar 2020 & 18 – 22 May 2020 (45x45min)

RAILWAY ENGINEERING

Modules Available

  • Rail Transport and Rail Planning
    Train-track interaction, track quality, safety, passenger comfort and wear, station layout, cross-section design
    Dr.-Ing. Bernhard Lechner, Technical University of Munich
    14 – 18 Oct & 25 – 29 Nov 2019 (45x45min)
  • Rolling Stock
    Wheel-rail interaction, bogie frames/suspension, EMU and DMM, risk analysis and safety, environmental issues
    Prof. Dr. Ing. Markus Hecht, Technical University of Berlin
    16 – 20 Sept & 23 – 27 Sept 2019 (45×45 min)
  • Trackworks (Formerly known as “Trackworks I”)
    Track loading (static and dynamic impacts), track maintenance, environmental impacts, track stability
    Dr.-Ing. Bernhard Lechner, Technical University of Munich
    10 – 14 Feb 2020 & 17 – 21 Feb 2020 (45x45min)
  • Ballastless Track Systems (Formerly known as “Trackworks II”)
    Metro and light rail, noise and vibration, floating slab track, embedded track, tram tracks, open tracks
    Dr.-Ing. Bernhard Lechner, Technical University of Munich
    16 – 20 Mar & 23 – 27 Mar 2020 (45x45min)
  • Train Control and Signalling Systems
    Signalling functions, train control systems, risk analysis of electronic systems, ERTMS, train scheduling
    Dr. Michael Leining, Deutsche Bahn Netz, Frankfurt
    30 Mar – 3 Apr & 6 – 9 Apr 2020 (45x45min)
  • Tunnelworks and Geotechniques
    Soil investigations, tunnel excavations, shotcrete excavation, geosynthetics, shield tunnelling, prediction of settlements
    Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Jochen Fillibeck and Dipl.-Ing Gerhard Bräu, Technical University of Munich
    8 – 19 June 2020 (45x45min)

TRANSPORTATION

Modules Available

  • Airport and Harbour Design
    Airport characteristics, air traffic management, sea port planning, turning basin, sea port on reclaimed land
    Prof. Dr. Dieter Schmitt / Mr. Timothy Chao
    20 – 24 Jan  2020 & 13 – 17 Apr 2020 (45x45min)
  • Basics of Traffic Flow and Traffic Control
    Models for traffic flow, models to determine delays and stops, urban traffic control with traffic signals
    Prof. Dr. Fritz Busch, Technical University of Munich
    10 – 14 Feb & 17 – 21 Feb 2020 (45x45min)
  • Highway Design
    Interaction between vehicle/pavement, road planning, environmental issues, road pavement; asphalt & concrete
    Dr.-Ing. Bernhard Lechner, Technical University of Munich & Dr. Dr. Nguyen Dinh Nen, TUMCREATE
    8 – 11 Oct & 25 – 29 Nov 2019 (45x45min)
  • Public Transport Planning
    Transit modes, transit lines, rail transit network, transfers and transit speed, public transport scheduling
    Dr. Andreas Rau, TUM CREATE
    26 Feb 2020 & 1, 8, 27, 22, 24, 29 Apr 2020 & 8 May 2020 (45x45min)
  • Statistical Methods for Transportation and Logistic Processes
    Probability and statistical concepts, statistical inference, survey sampling, time series analysis and forecasting
    Dr. George Sun, Land Transport Authority Singapore
    6, 13, 20, 27 Aug & 3, 10, 17, 24 Sept & 1, 8, 15, 22 Oct & 5, 19 Nov 2019 (45x45min)
  • Traffic Impacts, Evaluation of Transport and Logistic Processes
    Pollution, vehicle emissions standards, climate change, sustainable transport, cost-benefit analysis (CBA)
    Dr. Andreas Rau, TUMCREATE
    14, 19, 26 Aug & 6, 13, 16, 27 Sept & 4 Oct & 1, 8, 15, 22 Nov 2019 (45x45min)
  • Traffic Operation and Control (ITS) ITS technologies, urban traffic control, integration in traffic control, motorway control systems, green wave
    Prof. Dr. Fritz Busch / Mr. Martin Margreiter, Technical University of Munich
    11 – 22 Nov 2019 (45x45min)
  • Transport and Urban Planning
    Urban planning issues, planning methodology, transport modes and networks, transport demand analysis
    Prof. Dr. Rolf Moeckel, Technical University of Munich/Dr. Evan Gwee, Land Transport Authority Singapore
    26 – 30 Aug & 4, 11, 18, 24 Sept & 1, 8, 15, 22 Oct & 5, 12, 19 Nov 2019 (45x45min)
  • Transportation Modelling and Simulation Tools
    Simulation tools, behaviour models, simulation studies, traffic assignment, macro, meso and micro simulation
    Mr. Martin Margreiter, Technical University of Munich
    28 – 31 Jan 2019, 1, 4, 7 & 8 Feb 2019 (45x45min)
  • Urban Road Design
    Planning strategies, urban transport, urban intersection, parking for cars and buses, public transport integration
    Dipl.-Ing. Torben Heinemann, Head of department for General Planning, City of Leipzig
    16 – 20 Mar & 23 – 27 Mar 2020 (45x45min)
Dates & Fees

Dates
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Fees
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Contact Details

TUM Asia Campus
SIT@SP Building
(Singapore Institute of Technology @ Singapore Polytechnic)
510 Dover Road
#05-01
Singapore 139660

Tel: +65 6777 7407
Email: admission@tum-asia.edu.sg

SUTD-CGU Dual Masters Programme in Nano-Electronic Engineering and Design

Introduction

The SUTD-CGU Dual Masters Programme in Nano-Electronic Engineering and Design is a unique, multidisciplinary learning experience encompassing the full value chain of the semiconductor industry.

This programme covers research and coursework in integrated circuit (IC) design, production, packaging, testing, reliability and failure analysis, chip assembly and packaging, particularly in the emerging areas of nano-electronic design, production and testing.

Programme Structure

The SUTD-CGU Dual Masters Programme starts in September at CGU and ends in March at SUTD.

To fulfill coursework requirements at CGU, students must specialise under either of the following academic tracks:

• Integrated Circuit (IC) Design Track Under this Track, students will learn more about the tools, software and processes required to conduct analysis, design and development of a wide variety of ICs (analog, digital, radio frequency, mixed-signal).

• Advanced Manufacturing Track Under this Track, students will learn more about the integral aspects of IC production quality and reliability management. This includes reliability and failure analysis, failure mechanisms and packaging reliability.

Admission Requirements

•At least a Bachelor’s degree or above with excellent academic standing in mathematics, physics, engineering, computer science or related fields.

•Proficiency in English (IELTS or TOEFL is required if English is not your medium of instruction in your studies)

Dates & Fees

Dates
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Fees
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Contact Details

Singapore University of Technology and Design
8 Somapah Road
Singapore 487372

Tel: +65 6303 6600 
Email: phd@sutd.edu.sg 

Postgraduate Masterclass Fair 2020 – Virtual – 16th May

Date : 16th May 2020
Time: 11:00am to 6:00 pm
Location : Hosted on this webpage

Welcome to the Postgraduate Masterclass Virtual Fair !

Explore MBA, Masters and professional development courses and gain insights into the different programmes available. Our Virtual Fair has 8 zones to explore.

Thank you for joining us for the HeadHunt Postgraduate Fair on 16th May.

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The contact details of the various institutions are available in Zone 4. Alternatively if you have any questions pertaining to any institutions, feel free to email us at marketing@headhunt.com.sg.


Postgraduate Virtual Fair – LIVE on 16th May

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List of Participating Institutions and Partners

  • East Asia Institute of Management
  • ESSEC Business School
  • Frank by OCBC
  • SG:D | Scholarship / Infocomm Media Development Authority
  • James Cook University
  • Kaplan
  • Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS)
  • Nanyang Technopreneurship Center
  • Nanyang Centre for Public Administration
  • Wealth Management Institute
  • National Institute of Education
  • NUS Institute of Systems Science
  • NUS School of Continuing and Lifelong Education (SCALE)
  • Ngee Ann Polytechnic – CET Academy
  • POSB
  • PSB Academy
  • SIM Global Education
  • SMU Lee Kong Chian School of Business
  • SMU School of Accountancy
  • SMU School of Economics
  • SMU School of Information Systems
  • SMU School of Law
  • Strate School of Design Singapore
  • SUSS School of Business
  • Singapore University of Technology and Design

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Zone 2 – Facebook Livestream – Concluded

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Session Timings Institution
11:00am -11:10amSMU LKCSB
11:15am -11:25amEASB
11:30am -11:40amIMDA
11:45am -11:55pmESSEC
12:15pm -12:25pmJCU
12:30pm -12:40pmKaplan Genesis
12:45pm -12:55pmMDIS
1:00pm -1:10pmNTU NCPA
1:15pm -1:25pmPSB Academy
1:30pm -1:40pmNIE
1:45pm -1:55pmNTU NTC
2:00pm -2:10pmSMU SOA & SOE
2:15pm -2:25pmNTU WMI
2:30pm -2:40pmNUS SCALE
2:45pm -2:55pmESSEC
3:00pm -3:10pmNUS ISS
3:15pm -3:25pmNgee Ann Poly
3:30pm -3:40pmKaplan PG
3:45pm -3:55pmSIM GE
4:00pm -4:10pmSUSS SBiz
4:15pm -4:25pmPSB
4:30pm -4:40pmSUTD
4:45pm -4:55pmStrate Sch of Design
5:00pm -5:10pmSMU SOL & SIS

Zone 3 : Zoom Chats – Info Session – Concluded

Zoom Session – By Institutions

Zoom Chat – Information Sessions (35 mins each)
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InstitutionStart Time
EASB11:15am
ESSEC11:45am & 2:45pm
IMDA11:30am
JCU12:15pm
Kaplan Genesis12:30pm
Kaplan PG3:30pm
MDIS12:45pm
NTU NCPA1:00pm
NIE1:30pm
NTU NTC1:45pm
NTU WMI2:15pm
NUS SCALE2:30pm
NUS ISS3:00pm
Ngee Ann Poly3:15pm
PSB Academy1:15pm & 4:15pm
SIM GE3:45pm
SMU11:00am, 2:00pm & 5:00pm
SUSS SBiz4:00pm
SUTD4:30pm
Strate Sch of Design4:45pm