The Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD), Singapore’s new publicly funded university, had signed an agreement with MIT formalizing the detailed scope of collaboration between the two institutions.
At SUTD, we hope to harness the best practices and values of the East and the West. Through our collaboration with the Zhejiang University (ZJU) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), we are realising this goal.
16 October 2011 marked the day where we signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Singapore Management University (SMU). This MOU formalised the collaboration in education, research as well as student and faculty exchanges.
MIT and SUTD jointly opened a new facility – the MIT-SUTD International Design Centre (IDC) on 8 February 2012.
On 7 May 2012, we signed an MOU with the Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) to establish the Temasek Laboratories, and iTRUST, Centre for Research in Cyber Security at SUTD.
29 August 2012, an MOU between Singapore Institutes of Architects (SIA) and SUTD was signed.
The SUTD-JTC IIIC was established on 16 July 2014. The objective of the centre is to promote the development of innovative and sustainable industrial infrastructure solutions in Singapore.
On 26 November 2015, SUTD signed an agreement with NUS to establish a joint Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree programme in Engineering. This is the first of such programme established jointly by two local public universities in Singapore.
This agreement marked the 25th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Singapore and China and built on existing partnerships between the universities, in areas of research, student and faculty exchanges and projects.
On 13 May 2016, SUTD, together with ST Electronics, set up the ST Electronics-SUTD Cyber Security Laboratory. This joint laboratory was supported by the National Research Foundation Singapore, under its Corporate Laboratory@University Scheme.
30 June 2017 marked the first phase of SUTD’s development – our collaboration with MIT came to a completion.
As part of our strategy in partnering industry partners to drive research and innovations that contribute to Singapore’s Smart Nation initiatives, we signed an MOU with Keysight Technologies on 6 December 2017. In conjunction with this signing, the new Measurement Technologies Laboratory was launched.
This broad multi-year collaboration agreement deepens our cooperation in multiple fields.
The Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) and Shopee, the e-commerce arm of Sea, announced that they will join hands to nurture Singapore’s tech talent pipeline. The partnership will comprise two parts: Shopee-SUTD Scholarship: To provide financially disadvantaged students with the opportunity to pursue an education in technology and design. Shopee-SUTD Industry Collaboration Dialogues:…
The Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) and Thales have inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), paving the way for deeper collaboration on R&D, and the development of innovative solutions for mission-critical systems design. Read more on the partnership here. Other links: Thales Group
On 16 July, the Singapore University of Technology and Design signed an MOU with the Shenzhen Technology University (SZTU) to collaborate on faculty and student visits, academic and research activities, and an agreement to collaborate on a joint immersion programme. The joint immersion programme between SUTD and SZTU will translate into a one-week joint programme…
Our first virtual Capstone Design Showcase features 63 innovations by our graduating cohort, conceived to transform the way we live and to better our world by design. The Capstone Design project is a collaboration between our Industry Partners and senior-year students. Students of different majors work in teams and contribute their expertise to solve real-world…
Launched in 2019, the Swift App Development Programme, is an initiative where SUTD students get to learn app development using Swift programming language by Apple. During the programme, students also get the chance to meet and interact with experts from the industry. This ceremony celebrates the achievements of the first batch of graduates from the…
Twenty students from Temasek Polytechnic’s School of Engineering will get to take relevant modules offered by the Singapore University of Technology and Design. The new through-train programme is part of efforts to increase the number of pathways to university for polytechnic students. Source: Channel News Asia
The scholarship is Ensign’s inaugural partnership with an autonomous university to provide aspiring talents with the opportunity to pursue cybersecurity as a career. Starting 2022, one Year 3 student specialising in the security track from SUTD’s Information Systems Technology and Design degree programme will be awarded the bond-free scholarship every year. The student will receive…