Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD)

SUTD offers a multi-disciplinary human-centric curriculum focused on Design with degree programmes that cut across engineering and architecture disciplines. SUTD's unique East and West academic programmes incorporate elements of innovation, entrepreneurship, design thinking and local and international industry collaborations.

SUTD is a specialised and research-intensive university, with a multi-disciplinary human-centric and design-focused curriculum. SUTD offers unique degree programmes in fields such as architecture and engineering, as well as the world’s first design and artificial intelligence programme. These programmes equip students with the skills needed to create products, systems and services that can address complex real-world challenges confronting the world today.

Grounded in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), SUTD's hands-on curriculum broadens exposure to the liberal arts, humanities and social sciences with the purpose of training critical thinkers, and incorporates elements of entrepreneurship, management and design thinking. The first 3 semesters are taught in a distinctive “cohort-based classroom” format, where students study foundational subjects and learn collaboratively in small group cohorts of about 50 students.

Select your profile to learn about the minimum entry requirements and admissions application timeline:

  • A-level graduate
  • Polytechnic graduate
  • IB graduate

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Graduate Employment Survey (GES)

GES is jointly conducted by NTU, NUS, SIT, SMU, SUSS and SUTD annually to survey the employment conditions of graduates about 6 months after their final examinations.

Download SUTD GES report (210kb)

Indicative Grade Profile (IGP)

The IGP provides information on the grade profile of students who were offered admissions in the previous admissions cycle. This enables prospective students to make informed choices during their application.

Nearly all A-Level students who were offered admissions in 2019 had taken:

  • Mathematics at H2 level, and 8 in 10 scored at least a B.
  • Either Physics, Chemistry, or both, at H2 level, and nearly 7 in 10 scored at least a B for either or both subjects.