School of InfoComm Technology

Why ICT?

We train you to be industry-ready, through solid exposure and experiential learning such as one-year internships, hackathons and competitions, industry projects and networking opportunities. 

Our strong links with leading organisations such as Dell Technologies, Google, GovTech, IBM, Microsoft, OCBC, Salesforce, SAP and Thoughtworks offer exciting opportunities for learning and talent development.


Gain an extra edge with additional professional certifications and attractive scholarships provided at ICT!  

Customise your learning journey as choices are aplenty @ ICT. Take advantage of the wide variety of electives and specialisation options offered in our courses!

About the School

You are the go-to person when your friends have a tech problem. And you live and breathe digital. Channel your inner potential and find your true calling with the 4 diplomas and 1 common entry programme offered by the School of InfoComm Technology (ICT).

Develop cutting-edge skills to create the IT solutions of tomorrow; and explore the fascinating domains of data science, cybersecurity and immersive media. Get groomed for the exciting ICT industry, through professional certifications and real-world exposure via projects, internships and masterclasses with our partners such as Cisco, GovTech, IBM, Microsoft, OCBC, Singtel and ST Engineering.

As an ICT graduate, you will be empowered to make your mark in the digital landscape with your multidisciplinary skillsets. You can look forward to a dynamic career in the industry as an applications developer, cloud engineer, data analyst, digital forensic investigator, game designer or information architect.

Along the way, you will have access to cool state-of-the-art tech hubs and Smart Learning Spaces, equipped with the Internet of Things. You will also get to broaden your capabilities by organising and participating in workshops, hackathons and tech festivals!

ICT’s culture of innovation has inspired numerous student and alumni ventures. Today, our alumni can be found thriving in multiple industries − both locally and internationally − as IT professionals and CEOs of start-ups. Amongst them are Aaron Tan, co-founder and CEO of online auto marketplace, Carro; and Terrence Goh, co-founder and chief design officer of Eezee, an e-commerce business-to-business platform.

Full-time Courses

Part-time Courses

What Students/Alumni Say

Seh Xinru 
Information Security & Forensics* graduate, Class of 2019

She received the Smart Nation Scholarship and graduated with a Bachelor of Computing in Information Security from NUS.

*Renamed the Diploma in Cybersecurity & Digital Forensics 

Don Tan
Financial Informatics* graduate, Class of 2012

Currently a Business & Integration Architect Analyst at Accenture. He graduated from SMU with a Bachelor of Science (Information Systems).

*Renamed the Diploma in Data Science 

Terrence Goh
Multimedia & Animation graduate*, Class of 2014

Co-founder and Chief Design Officer of Eezee, an online business-to-business marketplace for industrial supplies and hardware. In 2020, he made it to Forbes’ 30 under 30 list (Retail & Ecommerce) in Asia.

*Renamed the Diploma in Immersive Media

Jonaisah Sahidjuan
Information Technology graduate, Class of 2016

Jonaisah was offered a full-time role at Salesforce after her internship at the company, while she was still a student at NP. She is now a business development associate at Salesforce. 

Industry Review

We are glad to partner NP to create an ecosystem for students and staff to chart their learning pathways and build an avenue for knowledge exchange. This helps us to stay at the forefront of industry developments.

Technology has been a lifeline during the pandemic, keeping businesses open, students learning, social lives connected and essential services flowing, and it will continue to be the backbone of society as we pivot to the new digital reality. Standing at the forefront of today’s tech-driven reality, Dell Technologies is excited to partner with NP to nurture the next generation of young talents who will drive growth and improve lives via technology in our digital future.”

As more companies accelerate their digital transformation efforts, the tech talent crunch has become a significant challenge. We deeply value the partnership with Ngee Ann Polytechnic on this very meaningful Technology Young Talent Programme which will contribute significantly towards tackling this issue. Every internship under the programme is customised according to a student’s strengths and area of study – which is time consuming to do – but we feel that this is worthwhile in order to develop the right tech talent. We look forward to welcoming our interns and hope to subsequently grow the pool of students under the programme.


Banking on Real-world Learning

Twenty-six Information Technology students were offered internship opportunities with OCBC, under the bank’s Technology Young Talent Programme. During a hackathon jointly organised by OCBC and NP, they impressed the judging panel with solutions to enhance the functionality of banking applications, such as securing bank transfers. Throughout the internship, the students will benefit from career mentoring and a curated learning experience, aimed at deepening their core skills and exposing them to the latest web technologies.

Impactful Internships

Ellappan Keerthivasan with OCBC logo

I was drawn to the OCBC Technology Young Talent programme as it offers a one-year curated internship experience with exposure to technology areas of my interest. Since then, I’ve honed technical and soft skills like networking and project management; and even received personalised mentorship in data engineering as well as valuable career insights. To top it off, I’ve learnt more about state-of-the-art technologies including the world’s first enterprise data cloud system, Cloudera, and data governance tools such as Apache Rangers.

Information Technology graduate, Goh Wei Chong

This programme has allowed me to tackle real-world issues using tech. Every new project required me to explore new areas in tech outside my technical specialisation such as log management, Android app development, as well as the use of Arduino boards and circuits. I joined the internship with an open mind and took it as an opportunity to learn and experience as many new things as possible.


Showcasing Skills on the Global Stage

Showcasing Skills on the Global Stage

Cybersecurity & Digital Forensics students Lim Kai Xian (far left) and Jason Chua (far right) clinched the gold medal in Cyber Security at WorldSkills Singapore (WSS) 2021. As the winners of WSS, they will represent Singapore in the Cyber Security team event at the WorldSkills Competition 2022. 

Never too young to make a difference

Never Too Young to Make a Difference

As co-founder of health tech start-up, CyberLife AI, Kazel Koh has collaborated with ophthalmologists from National University Hospital to test the efficacy of virtual assistants in detecting acute eye emergencies. Thanks to CyberLife AI’s automation technology, healthcare professionals can boost their productivity and better serve patients. In recognition of his efforts, the Information Technology student won a bronze award at the National Youth Entrepreneurship Awards 2021.

Triple Triumph

A Triple Triumph

A trio of ICT graduates have done the School proud as winners of the Public Service Commission (PSC) Scholarship.  Information Security & Forensics* graduates Taufiq Mohammed (right) and Tan Hui Xuan (centre) were awarded the PSC Scholarship (Engineering) and will read Computer Science at NUS. Financial Informatics+ graduate Yeh Ming Hui was awarded the PSC Scholarship (Public Finance) and is currently studying Bachelor of Business Administration (Accountancy) at NUS.

*Renamed the Diploma in Cybersecurity & Digital Forensics 
+Renamed the Diploma in Data Science 

ICTian Life

Find Your ICT "Tribe" 

At School of InfoComm Technology (ICT), we believe in holistic development of students through active engagement amongst students and lecturer advisers in Special Interest Groups (SIG).

Students get a chance to actively participate, be together with like-minded students with common interests and accomplish things together, while gaining real-world skills such as event planning and idea pitching, contributing to the school/community through the SIG activities. Students can also take up leadership positions in ICT Society and the SIGs to hone their leadership skills.

Here are the details of ICT Society and the various SIGs in ICT:

ICT society logo

ICT Society

Amphibi Studio (Game Design & Development)

Amphibi Studio (Game Design & Development)

NullSec logo

NullSec (Cybersecurity)

Genesis logo

Genesis (Innovation & Entrepreneurship)

Orion (Publicity & Outreach) logo

Orion (Publicity & Outreach)

Overflow logo

Overflow (Programming & Tech)

Photo and Video Special Interest Group (PVSIG) logo

PVSIG (Photography & Videography)

The Singapore Computer Society (SCS) logo

SCS (Singapore Computer Society) Student Chapter

The Dot SIG (Art & Design) logo

The Dot SIG (Art & Design)

AISIG (Artificial Intelligence) logo

AISIG (Artificial Intelligence)

GIT (Girls-in-Tech) SIG logo

GIT (Girls-in-Tech) SIG

ICT Times

ICT Times 9th edt
ICT Times 10th edt
ICT Times 11th edition

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