Find out
why SUTD graduates are
in strong employment demand

What Our
Students Say

“The internship experience was fantastic. BP gave us a lot of opportunities to learn on the job through job shadowing, lunch and learn sessions and even external field trips. I picked up a lot about trading in the oil and gas industry and was able to improve my coding ability. As I often had to work on multiple projects at once, I learnt how to manage time and expectations well, and how to work smart.

Ryann Sim Wei Jian
Intern at BP
Engineering Systems and Design (ESD)

“My most memorable project at SUTD was taking “Introduction to design” with the pioneer batch in 2013 when I was still at Singapore Polytechnic. I will not forget the passion and drive that everyone had. We designed a science exhibition for Singapore Science Centre and I really enjoyed the open ended nature of the project where we were able to do almost anything we wanted. With the guidance of our faculty and Fabrication Lab staff, we were able to fabricate almost anything we could imagine. Through this experience, I was introduced to SUTD. Its unique curriculum and the hands-on learning environment attracted me to eventually apply to SUTD.”

Shaun Phua
SP Alumni
Engineering Product Development (EPD)

“Being part of Keysight’s Product Security team, I worked on turning innovative ideas into robust software, solving complex design and implementation problems. In my project, I designed a vulnerability research and analysis tool to assess project design risks using publicly available databases. In this process, I investigated new technologies and applications, and applied modern software engineering practices to ensure secure development methodology and mechanisms for Keysight products.”

Tracy Yee
Intern at Keysight Technologies
Information Systems Technology and Design (ISTD)

What Our
Industry Partners Say

“The world is moving at a really fast pace and there is a huge amount of technology that we can leverage on. The aerospace industry is going to see significant growth from this part of the world. I look at the next 20 years, 40% of new aircrafts will come into Southeast Asia. The kind of skills set we are looking for is multi-disciplinary –
the ones who can apply and take multi disciplines of engineering and science together to look at problem statements from different optics.”

Bicky Bhangu
South East Asia, Pacific and South Korea, Rolls-Royce

“SUTD students were resourceful and independent and had strong basic technical skills to contribute to the tasks assigned to them. For example, Ruth Wong, was able to independently create test data sets for a very large regional project with a global client and the current intern, Joanna Saw, is working on a highly complex prototype for a Japanese client innovation lab.”

Laurent Thevenet
Senior Technology Director
R/GA Media Group Singapore