The School of Interdisciplinary Studies (IS) offers a diverse range of modules which account for about 15 per cent of the curriculum hours on top of core discipline modules. IS modules give students an edge by widening their expertise and perspectives beyond their field of study.
IS Foreign Languages Exhibition The event at Makan Place was organised by staff & students from the Japanese, Korean, French, Spanish, German & Mandarin modules.
NP Assassins clinched 'Top 8' award
The National Education Games Championships saw 64 teams competing in the 'Virtual Battle Space' games platform.
IS Pod Fashion Showcase A dazzling display of students' art & creations from two IS modules
'Exploring Art & Design' and
'Fashion & Design: Singapore Skin'.
Heroes Seminar 2015 'What will you give up for a better society?' was the theme for Heroes Seminar 2015.
Click here for the list of invited guest-speakers.
Gapsida Korea 2015 An exhibition showcase of the Korean Culture with traditional costumes, musical instruments, booth activites & photographs.
Maths Challenge: Android Uprising Highlights of
2015 Maths Challenge students with enthusiasm for learning Maths.
Learn the Korean Language Gain a competitive edge by learning the Korean language.
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2015 Korean Immersion Trip.
Hola! Inaugural Study Trip to Spain Say 'Hello" in Spanish. Students from the
Spanish language modules went on a cultural immersion to Barcelona.
'Charting our way forward in turbulent times: Are we prepared?' was the dialogue topic for students from WISP (World Issues: A Singapore Perspective) and the Minister for Social & Family Development, Mr Chan Chun Sing.
Stand out from the crowd! Distinguish yourself with an appreciation of French language & culture. View highlights of
the immersion trip to France.
Modules Spotlight The School of IS offers a wide array of exciting IS modules such as
Fashion & Design,
Photojournalism, Food & Culture and more.
Japan - Land of the Rising Sun Embark on a grand tour of Japanese language immersion. View highlights of the
Study Trip to Kyushu, Japan.
The School of IS developed a customised TECME (Technical English Course for Mechanical Engineering) training programme for students from Brazil.