At SST, provision is made for students to be academically, professionally and globally competitive in the fields of science and technology. Through our partnerships with premier tertiary institutions such as Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Singapore University of Technology and Design, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, 3M and Apple, we have availed various learning opportunities to all our students.
We also have partner schools and organisations in our overseas networks in ASEAN, China, Japan, Korea, New Zealand and the United States that provide additional learning experiences for our students.
Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD)
On 25 July 2016, SST formalised its collaboration with SUTD in a Memorandum of Understanding. One of the joint initiatives includes the annual SUTD-SST Big-D Camp which aims to groom young leaders with the passion and aptitude for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art And Mathematics. In the pipeline are plans for an SUTD-SST Makers Club, joint workshops and a lecture series.
Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore)
On 3 March 2009, SST sealed its partnership with NP and NTU Singapore. The close collaboration with these two institutions of higher learning helps SST provide a myriad of learning opportunities and possibilities for our students.
As one of Singapore’s leading institutions of higher learning offering numerous full-time diploma courses, NP collaborates with SST to organise the NP-SST Accelerator Camp to provide students with the knowledge, skills, resources and opportunities to realise their dreams of bringing their technological innovations to market to impact society.
A university founded on science and technology, NTU Singapore nurtures creative and entrepreneurial leaders through a broad-based education in various disciplines. Secondary 4 students with a passion and proclivity for Science and Technology get to attend an Applied Sciences Camp at NTU, where they will be given the opportunity to learn from and work with professors and students.
SST is a founding member of SAGE, a professional network of reputable schools in different regions that facilitates extensive sharing of pedagogical ideas, resources and best practices in 21st century learning.
Students of SST can tap on the experience and knowledge of established institutions through platforms such as learning journeys, exchanges and workshops. One of the initiatives includes PROJECT PASSPORT which allows SST students to collaborate with students from another SAGE member school.
For further information, please refer to http://www.sagesch.org