SIT alumni (SITizens) are eligible to receive SITizens Learning Credits of SGD2,000 as long as they have graduated with a degree from any of the undergraduate programmes offered by:
Singapore Institute of Technology.
Joint degree by Singapore Institute of Technology and Overseas University partner.
One of Singapore Institute of Technology’s Overseas University partners.
The SITizens Learning Credits can be used from 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2024.
SITizens can use the SITizens Learning Credits to apply for eligible standalone courses offered by SITLEARN Professional Development. The list of eligible standalone courses can be found at www.sitlearn.edu.sg and will be updated from time to time.
SITizens Learning Credits can only be used for self-sponsored course applications.
SITizens are not eligible for any form of discount(s) namely, early bird, members’ discount etc, offered by SITLEARN Professional Development if SITizens Learning Credits are used for course application.
Acceptance of payment by SITizens Learning Credits is at the sole discretion of Singapore Institute of Technology.
SITizens Learning Credits cannot be exchanged for cash or be transferred to another person.
SITizens Learning Credits may be used to pay for SkillsFuture-funded courses offered by SITLEARN Professional Development. However, acceptance of payment by SITizens Learning Credits for such SkillsFuture-funded courses is at the sole discretion of SITLEARN Professional Development. SITizens are to note that the SkillsFuture funding is also subject to eligibility criteria set by SkillsFuture Singapore.
All course applications using SITizens Learning Credits will be subject to the terms and conditions of course registration, which are stipulated at the point of registration.
In the event that SIT cancels the course after the course application is accepted, SIT will make full refund of SITizens Learning Credits that were used for payment.
3 Balance Payments
Each successful course application paid fully or partially by the SITizens Learning Credits will be subject to a non-refundable administrative fee of SGD 40 and GST at the prevailing rate (total SGD 42.80). This non-refundable administrative fee must be paid online by credit card or debit card or internet banking.
SITizens shall pay any balance course fees online by credit card or debit card or internet banking (or other payment mode acceptable by SIT) if the SITizens Learning Credits have been fully used.
SITizens are to note that for SkillsFuture-funded courses offered by SITLEARN Professional Development, SkillsFuture Credit (SFC) cannot be used to offset administrative fee and withdrawal charges. Such administrative fees and withdrawal charges must be paid online by credit card or debit card or internet banking. Please refer to the terms and conditions for SFC on the SkillsFuture website when using SFC for courses.
4 Use of Personal Data
SIT may collect, use and disclose personal data that a SITizen provides during the activation of SITizens Learning Credits for the following purposes:
Inviting the applicant to future events and online surveys relating to SITizens Learning Credits.
Informing the applicant of any news, information, and promotions relating to SITizens Learning Credits.
For the use of any online services available at any SIT’s websites and/or through other telecommunications channels relating to SITizens Learning Credits.
Applicants may withdraw their consent for one or more of the above purposes at any time by informing SIT.
For any questions, please contact SIT’s personal data protection officer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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In an ideas-driven economy, those who can overcome existing paradigms to enable economic and social innovation will lead the way. Design drives innovation by creating new value and markets, spurring economic competitiveness, as well as by offering a human-centred approach to tackling societal challenges. A workforce that is skilled in design can play an instrumental role in enabling our companies to remain competitive through innovation in the midst of industry transformation.
The Postgraduate Certificate in Design Strategy and Innovation (PGCert DSI) seeks to fill the industry need for design innovation training that is hands-on and applicable to current industry needs without being merely theoretical. Participants do not need to be from the design industry. In fact, participants who are experts in a particular field can be equipped with these transferrable principles and tools of design strategy and innovation.
What You’ll Learn
DSI6000 Company Applied Research Design Studio (CARDS)
DSI6101 Introduction to Experience Design
DSI6305 Making Ideas Tangible – Technology Experience Prototyping
DSI6402 Authentic Branding for Next Generation Consumer
DSI6202 Business Testing through Lean Startup
More information can be found on the respective module page.
Who Should Attend
Professionals, Managers, Senior Executives who wish to enhance their design innovation in their company and strengthen their ability to lead in a digitally.
Leaders seeking to learn new problem-solving approaches to innovation and integrate creative practices into their business processes. Individuals who do not have a project team or a project topic.
Certificate and Assessment
A Postgraduate Certificate in Design Strategy and Innovation by SIT will be awarded to candidates who pass the core module (DSI6000) and 4 elective modules (totalling 24 credits) with a CGPA of ≥ 2.5.
The SGUnited Skills (SGUS) programme is a six to 12-months full-time training programme designed to help unemployed Singaporeans/Permanent Residents to upskill and reskill themselves especially in these challenging times.
You will receive a training allowance of $1200* per month for the duration of the programme while you continue on your job search
You will only need to pay SGD $500 as the course fees are heavily subsidised by SSG and can be offset from your SkillsFuture Credit.
You have the flexibility to exit the programme once you have secured a job.
You can tap on career advisory and employment assistance through various assistance platforms (i.e. Workforce Singapore, NTUC Career Centres and community networks etc) while pursuing this programme.
*Subject to SkillsFuture Singapore’s requirement to fulfil all the training commitments, which include minimum attendance requirements and the passing of assessments.(i.e. minimum 60 hours per month including lectures, project work etc).