Rising number of tech grads set to plug gap in sector

The number of local university graduates from technology-related courses is set to grow by two-thirds by 2022, which experts say will go some way towards plugging the gap in the sector.

SUTD developing design-AI degree

The Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) is developing a new bachelor's degree in design and artificial intelligence (AI).

Young, rich and generous: More millennials donating to their universities, some with large sums

Their desire to give back is strong, with some donating five-, six- or even seven-figure sums.

Universities rolling out more computing courses amid growing job demand in IT sector

The demand is fuelled by the rise of e-commerce platforms, and even non-tech sectors like healthcare or shipping.

Pay for fresh university graduates rose last year; strong job prospects for those in IT

Fresh grads took home a median monthly salary of $3,500, up from $3,400 in 2017.

App gives users feedback on university courses, lecturers

When Mr Joshua Koh mulled over his experiences as a university student, he realised that he had been missing something crucial.

Paths to peaks: University dropout lands $1.5m in funding

When advertisers want to convert online browsers to buyers, the man they might turn to for results is a 24-year-old mathematics dropout with a short attention span and dyslexia.

Entrepreneurship course offers real-world tests

There is no exam at the end, but participants of a new entrepreneurship course face a tougher test - securing funding for their businesses. And they have to do so within a certain time period to...

NTU sets up innovation centre in Israel, will send students to work in high-tech start-ups

SINGAPORE - Nanyang Technological University students keen on developing entrepreneurial know-how can from next year (2018) head to one of the most entrepreneurial nations in the world - Israel...

Singapore named 9th most economically vibrant city globally

Singapore has shot up by 12 places in a league table that ranks cities on opportunities for property investment.

Student runs coffee outlet on NUS campus between lessons

Final-year business undergraduate Ang Swee Heng spends an average of 12 hours at a cafe at the National University of Singapore (NUS) almost every day.