Taking IT Higher
Details of ICT Open House 2021 Programme
Acquire in-demand and relevant skills through real-world learning
Learn through stimulating experiences such as hackathons & competitions where you’ll be mentored by industry experts
Build confidence and networks through leadership opportunities and pursuing your passion with like-minded friends in special interest groups
Choices are aplenty… take advantage of our wide variety of electives offered in all ICT courses!
Bank on Fintech
Bring New Worlds to Life
Redefine Game Experiences
CiTaDel is the first prototype that aims to monitor and detect network traffic and cyber threats for computing and network devices. Created for SMEs and startups, this prototype was constructed under Capstone Project, with 4 final year students and two academic staff. Based on open source and self-developed code, the system is able to analyze event logs in the server and firewall, detect attacks and alert the system administrator. The latter could activate a rule in the firewall to prevent future attacks.
IMDA’s Annual Survey on InfoComm Media Manpower 2019 reveal a 50% rise in demand for professionals in Critical Emerging Tech including data analysts and data scientists over the next three years. This translates to an imperative demand for professionals who possess relevant skills in areas such as data analysis and machine learning. Our curriculum equips students with essential data analytics and machine learning skills and competencies to solve real-world problems and meet industry needs.
Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital (KWSH) Heritage Trail is an augmented reality mobile app that aims to make historical content more appealing to children and young adults with short attention spans. Hence, with this app, users are able to learn the history of KWSH in a fun and engaging way.
The app requires users to travel around KWSH, with objectives given to find AR markers in the form of logos and artifacts around the facility. It also features storylines, mini games and a scoreboard system to compete with friends.
An android application that helps you to stay calm and tracks your mood daily, with guided meditations for managing stress, anxiety or sleep. Users can collect coins along the way and unlock more content.
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Ravern was the gold medallist for his cohort and a Lee Kuan Yew Award recipient. He won a Gold medal in Cyber Security at WorldSkills Singapore in 2018 and won a Bronze medal at WorldSkills Kazan 2019 in the same category. Ravern has accepted a scholarship from SUTD and he will be following the SUTD Technology Entrepreneurship programme to pursue his Bachelor degree and Master of Science and Entrepreneurship.“I hope to use my skills to make banking services more accessible to underprivileged communities in the future. My dream is also to create a decentralised finance platform providing access to sound financial services and a secure transactional currency via blockchain technology.”*now renamed as Diploma in Cybersecurity & Digital Forensics
"The modules in Interactive Art and Technology (Multimedia Animation, now Immersive Media) were really interesting and diverse. It allowed me to learn the full spectrum of the different media forms like print, digital video and audio. I learnt a lot of technical skills and developed an appreciation for aesthetics. The many group and individual projects allowed me to deepen my knowledge and experiment with tools outside the curriculum. I really like the heuristic and off-hand approach that the course adopted to facilitate learning."*now renamed as Immersive Media
"Information Technology has presented countless opportunities for me to grow. With a variety of modules to choose from, I was able to focus on areas that I was interested in. The projects also enabled me to collaborate with others and apply what I have learnt in the classroom.
Through the Global Entrepreneurial Internship Programme (GEIP), I am grateful to have been given an opportunity to intern at a Silicon Valley start-up. The skills and knowledge that I have picked up during my course of studies were useful and relevant, which benefited me greatly during my internship."