TP maintains close partnerships with different industry sectors to ensure that their manpower needs are met and developed, while keeping our staff and students close to their latest practices. Our partners work with us to develop new areas of competency, student training, as well as R&D. Some of our current key partners include:


Advanced Manufacturing Training Academy (AMTA) 

Together with the other 4 local polytechnics, TP collaborates with AMTA to bolster the competitiveness of Singapore’s manufacturing sector by equipping the industry with knowledge and skills in advanced manufacturing technologies. The collaboration is formalised under an MOU signed by the 6 parties in 2021, and is spearheaded in TP by the TP-Advanced Manufacturing Centre.


A*STAR Institute of Material Research, Tan Tock Seng Hospital

The School of Engineering also collaborates with A*STAR’s Institute of Material Research and Tan Tock Seng Hospital in the joint development of a point-of-care system for procalcitonin detection and a “Handheld Biosensor System for Rapid and Accurate Diagnosis of Influenza”.


Ascott Lyf

An MOU was signed between TP and Ascott International Management. Under this MOU, TP and Ascott will jointly establish the lyf lnnovation Lab which will focus on collaboration in the areas of Digital Immersive Experiences and Serious Games, offering a platform to demonstrate and explore digital solutions within lyf one-north Singapore as a pilot property, with the potential to incorporate similar solutions in other lyf properties within and beyond Singapore.


Airbus Group

A Memorandum of Agreement was signed between the School of Engineering and the Airbus Group in March 2017, paving the way for collaboration on a “Hanger of the Future” project.


American Concrete Institute-Singapore Chapter (ACI-SC)

The School of Applied Science collaborates with ACI-SC, as well as Chapters in the USA, Malaysia, India and the Philippines, in providing training for adult learners, R&D and consultancy services.


Asia Regulatory & Quality Consultancy (ARQon)

The School of Engineering’s Diploma in Biomedical Engineering collaborated with ARQ in offering the Medical Device School programme for MedTech industry professionals, in March 2022.


AWAK Technologies Pte Ltd

An MOU was signed between AWAK Technologies Pte Ltd and TP to develop the first automated wearable artificial kidney. A multi-disciplinary team from TP worked closely in consultation with a team from the University of California, Los Angeles, and local clinicians on this project. A final version has been produced and is currently undergoing clinical trials and fine-tuning, with a view to commercialisation. Several patents have also been filed in the process.



The School of Design signed an MOU with Swiss technology firm Bernina to set up the Bernina Creative Studio, a facility that houses the latter’s state-of-the-art sewing machines with the purpose of collaboration and training for staff and students. Some key project partnerships undertaken are fashion sustainability projects, and a community quilt crafted in honour of healthcare workers.


Bishan High-Tech Industrial Development Zone, China

The School of Engineering signed an MOU with the Bishan High-Tech Industrial Development Zone Management Committee, in which both parties agreed to collaborate in the fields of advanced manufacturing, new materials, clean energy, biomedical science and technology, product and industrial design, and aviation management and services in the Zone, in Chong Qing, China.


Blue Aqua International Pte Ltd

Blue Aqua and TP have set up a joint research and training centre both at TP and their local farm. The Blue Aqua-Temasek Polytechnic Research Centre at the shrimp breeding farm will create opportunities for our students to have hands-on training in shrimp breeding, broodstock development and hatchery as well as farm operation and management.


Changi Airport Group (CAG)

The School of Engineering works with CAG to develop and provide aviation training programmes as well as internship opportunities, share manpower and facilities, and work on joint research projects relating to airport development, management and operations.


Changi General Hospital (CGH)

The School of Engineering collaborates with CGH on medical and healthcare R&D, as well as the provision of internship placements, career talks for graduating students and staff training.


Chong Qing Management College (CCMC)

The School of Business and CCMC collaborate on staff and student exchanges, and provide mutual support to link up relevant agencies and partners for learning and internship opportunities. The MOU acts as a gateway for more extensive collaborations through tapping into Chong Qing’s growth.


Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS)

CAAS recognises TP as an SAR-147 Approved Maintenance Training Organisation. TP is the only polytechnic in Singapore to have this recognition.


Council for Third Age (C3A)

The School of Humanities & Social Sciences has been working with C3A to deliver Intergenerational Learning Programmes (ILP) and short courses on ageing and well-being, and managing life transitions, for seniors and public officers.


Culinary Institute of America (CIA)

CIA is a renowned institution offering culinary arts education in the United States. The collaboration with TP includes having CIA faculty co-teach with TP's Culinary Instructors and academic staff at TP.


Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA)

The School of Informatics & IT has entered into an agreement with CSA to set up and run CET cybersecurity training programmes as part of the CSA ASEAN-Singapore Cybersecurity Centre of Excellence.


DDB Worldwide

Facilitated by, and housed in the School of Design, TP signed an MOU with DDB Worldwide for the polytechnic’s first-ever Enterprise-in-Residence – Equator. Under the agreement, students from the Schools of Design, Business, Informatics & IT and Engineering will work together with creative technologists and digital specialists from DDB to find solutions for ‘live’ projects by actual clients.


Duralite Power Pte Ltd

Researchers from the School of Engineering, collaborating with Duralite Power, have invented the world’s smallest and lightest hydrogen fuel cell, code-named “Falcon-1000” – a world’s first for Singapore.


Embry Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU), USA

ERAU and the School of Engineering collaborate on aeronautical research and development, and offer aeronautical education and training.



German architectural lighting firm ERCO and the School of Design signed an MOU where ERCO would support the teaching of the Specialist Diploma course in Lighting Design. The agreement also includes the set-up of a lighting lab within the School where students can experiment and train hands-on with different lighting configurations.


Food Ventures Pte Ltd

Food Ventures and the School of Applied Science have signed an MOU to organise competitions to promote the use of new ingredients under the Food Ventures portfolio, and also to apply for SIIRD grants in joint areas of collaboration. This partnership will also provide internship placements, career opportunities and research projects for Food, Nutrition & Culinary Science students.


Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

An MOU was inked between Four Seasons Hotel Singapore and the School of Business in February 2018 to see to the establishment of a hospitality “Learning Lab” by the hotel group at the Temasek Tourism Academy, equipping it with hospitality training resources for lodging operations training.


GoPivotal Singapore Pte Ltd and EMC Corporation (South Asia) Pte Ltd

An MOU was signed with Pivotal and EMC to build and set up a TP-Pivotal Data Science Academy at the School of Informatics & IT. The Centre provides Data Science training and certification courses, as well as opportunities for real-life industry projects and workshops on the industry.


GRAIN International Pte Ltd

The School of Applied Science and GRAIN signed a collaboration agreement in July 2021 to set up a Microgreens and Plant Biotechnology Lab to provide learning opportunities in plant biotechnology, soil microbiome, and urban farming related areas.


Halogen Foundation Singapore

Through the Foundation, TP students in the diploma in Business course are connected to a mentorship programme with Aon Singapore, a leading global professional services firm giving students valuable exposure and networks from the mentorship and internship opportunities with both Halogen and Aon. Halogen also facilitates student involvement in Career Conversations with LinkedIn Social Impact, connecting them with professionals in the banking & finance, consulting and technology industries.


Hongkong Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) and SmartCo

An MOU first signed in 2019, and renewed in 2021, formalises a collaboration to advance the national agenda of promoting financial literacy amongst secondary school students. In this tripartite framework, HSBC provides funding and industry endorsement, the School of Business provides the academic framework for the curriculum, while SmartCo (an EduTech startup) provides the technology to run the workshops. In the past two years, the programme has reached around 10,000 secondary school students.


Housing Development Board (HDB)

The School of Humanities and Social Science has a three-year MOU with HDB that is recently being renewed for another three years. HDB has been providing funding and opportunities for students to conduct health-promoting activities for seniors through practicum subjects and the Student Internship Programme. In the renewed MOU, HDB will sponsor a subject prize for GEM2018 Community Development with Older Adults, and GEM will work closely with HDB to organise industrial attachments for staff.


Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.

Huawei collaborates with the School of Informatics & IT in setting up a TP-Huawei AI Innovation Lab as a live learning environment for students, and providing opportunities for staff and students to work on joint projects to explore and showcase Huawei’s technologies and solutions.


Harbin Institute of Technology Robot Group (HRG), China

The School of Engineering has tied up with HRG, one of China's leading robot manufacturers, to set up the TP-HRG Robotics Innovation Centre on campus. The collaboration establishes a framework for research and training in the field of robotics, automation and other enabling technologies, in line with Singapore’s Industry 4.0 initiative.


iAcademy, Philippines

An MOU was signed between TP and the Philippines’ iACADEMY in September 2021. The MOU laid the foundation to promote exchanges between students and faculty members, joint research, workshops and training.


IBM Singapore

In October 2021, an agreement was signed between TP and IBM to establish a TP-IBM Technology Experience Centre. This collaboration focuses on enhancing capability in the area of cloud computing and other emerging technologies.


Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore (IMDA)

IMDA works with TP to select and offer students from IT-related courses an opportunity to undertake the Industry Preparation Programme (iPREP) which sponsors selected students for professional IT certification courses. It also partnered TP to set up a Centre of Attachment, its first with an IHL, in the area of business analytics.


Institution of Aquaculture Singapore (IAS)

The School of Applied Science works with the IAS to enhance the scope of aquaculture research and training. An MOU covers joint research and publications, student and staff training, competency certification, sponsorship of book prizes and course medals, as well as aquaculture training for the industry. In addition, a training collaboration agreement was signed in April 2021.


InterContinental Hotels Group Asia Pacific (IHG Asia Pacific)

The Hospitality & Tourism Management course team collaborates closely with IHG Asia Pacific to provide students with opportunities to train in their properties under their IHG Academy Programme, as well as provide opportunities to attend its talks, conferences and events.


Kaspersky Lab

TP renewed its MOU with Kaspersky Lab in October 2021 to collaborate in the area of cybersecurity. The collaboration includes a train-the-trainer programme in the area of malware reverse engineering, sponsorship of overseas study trips for students, joint cybersecurity projects, book prizes, staff exchanges and co-organise cybersecurity events to share the latest updates and trends in cybersecurity.


Les Amis Group

The Les Amis Group became a scholarship partner in 2014, providing more than $200,000 in scholarships to students from Culinary & Catering Management and Hospitality & Tourism Management.


Link Capital Pte Ltd (LCPL)

The School of Applied Science signed an MOU with LCPL to collaborate in the development of new scientific guidelines on agarwood product specifications, validation, certification and standardisation; the development of novel complementary health products containing agarwood or its oil; product innovation relating to its by-products or waste; and education and training activities for TP staff and students.


Lufthansa Technical Training, Germany (LTT)

The School of Engineering and LTT signed a landmark Cooperation Agreement in 2007 to conduct a first-of-its-kind aircraft maintenance training programme in Singapore. It has seen to the setting up of the LTT Singapore Centre at TP, an exclusive training programme administered jointly by TP and LTT for TP students, as well as industry professionals to support and fuel the growth of the aviation and aerospace industry in the region.


Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore (MPA)

The MPA and the School of Engineering work together to initiate and encourage projects to yield improvements and breakthroughs in the use of fuel cell and other clean technologies that are applicable to the maritime industry. The projects focus on the R&D, test-bedding and eventual commercialisation of these technologies for the industry.


Marriott International, Inc.

TP’s Hospitality & Tourism Management students have access to participate in Marriott’s well- established “Hotel Excellence!” online training programme for travel industry personnel. TP is the only educational institution in Singapore that enjoys this privilege.



A partner of the School of Business for more than 10 years, Mediacorp provides valuable projects and internship opportunities to students. A CMM student project “Unearthing Carbon” was featured on CNA News on 25 March 2022. In collaboration with Mediacorp, the group of students aimed to create awareness about carbon issues among youths through a four-week social campaign involving Instagram, posters and videos. In recognition of their intensive research, sound strategy and creative media deliverables, the group will be awarded the Mediacorp Project Prize 2022.


Metro Farm Pte Ltd

The School of Applied Science and Metro Farm signed a collaboration agreement in June 2021 to set up an Aquaponics Learning Enterprise that will provide training and internships to students and joint research opportunities to staff. The Learning Enterprise is expected to be operational in Q2 of 2022.


Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF)

TP signed an MOU with the MSF to equip its officers with the necessary skills and knowledge in interactive data visualisation and data discovery. The collaboration allows TP to provide the necessary skills training and recommendations to MSF.


MinLaw Insolvency Office

The School of Business collaborated with the MinLaw Insolvency Office for a new course for Private Trustees in Bankruptcy which started in November 2021. These courses allowed the team to upskill and value add to the capabilities of the industry. They also allowed the team to connect and engage with the industry and to understand the challenges and issues faced by the industry.


Mount Pleasant Veterinary Center (MPVC)

The MPVC and the School of Applied Science jointly conduct the practical training of Veterinary Technology students. They receive hands-on guidance and teaching by the veterinary staff in different areas of veterinary assistance at the clinics and hospitals.


National Gallery Singapore

The National Gallery Singapore signed an MOU with the School of Informatics & IT to develop solutions related to computer vision, natural language processing, application development and robotics to expose students to technical innovations in the arts domain and support the growth of the arts in Singapore.


National Healthcare Group (NHG)

The School of Humanities & Social Sciences works with NHG on curriculum and content development that focuses on inculcating the growth mindset and grit assimilation in school-going children, as well as empowering parents and educators with the skills to help them. The programmes developed will be piloted in eight primary schools.


National Instruments Singapore

The School of Engineering collaborates with National Instruments Singapore for students to receive specialised Internet of Things (IoT) training in the LabVIEW Academy, set up in partnership with National Instruments, leading to the LabVIEW Developer industrial certification.


National University of Singapore (NUS)

The School of Engineering works with NUS on the development of a novel bone fixation device that integrates both cage (biomechanical competence) and scaffold (osteobiologic immobilisation including stem cells) functions. TP and NUS also set up the I-Singapore (AISG) student chapter in TP, that would promote competency in, and the adoption of, artificial intelligence (AI) in Singapore.



As part of an agreement to collaborate in the area of Machine Learning, the TP-Nvidia Technology Centre will be set up at the School of Informatics & IT to engage in industry projects using Deep/Machine Learning and AI technologies, and Nvidia’s Graphic Computing Processes platform. This is the only such centre to be set up in a polytechnic.


Palo Alto Networks Academy (PANA)

The PANA programme is a collaborative effort designed to equip students and working professionals with next-generation Palo Alto Networks’ cyber threat prevention techniques and training. The programme benefits TP’s staff and students from the School of Informatics & IT in terms of certification training and train-the-trainer sessions.



Together with the School of Business, this Fortune 500 global staffing company has set up the PERSOLKELLY Career Centre at TP. The Centre trains students in human resource management and staffing through working with real clients, and helps our students and graduates in job placements.


Pratt & Whitney Canada (SEA)

An agreement was signed between Pratt & Whitney Canada (SEA) in October 2014, providing for a cross-training partnership aimed at developing and preparing ready talent for the aviation industry.


Ren Ci Learning Academy (RCLA)

The School of Humanities and Social Science and RCLA has signed a three-year Training Agreement to jointly offer the new Specialist Diploma in Gerontology (Community Care Support). RCLA’s allied health professionals will deliver one of two post-diploma certificates, and students will have the chance to gain practical training at RCLA’s facilities. The programme will equip students with skills to join the community care sector and meet the increasing demand for manpower.


Resorts World@Sentosa (RWS)

The School of Business has collaborated with RWS since 2010 to groom talent for the tourism and hospitality industry, through enhanced industrial experiential learning opportunities for TP students. The School of Applied Science also works with the RWS’ Marine Life Park in areas pertaining to research, scholarship, internship, enrichment workshops on marine conservation, as well as joint recruitment of graduates for the relevant areas of marine wildlife and coral conservation.



The School of Engineering launched a part-time Aerospace training programme in partnership with the RSAF. Air force technicians complete two modular certificates to obtain a work-study certificate, and subsequently complete three more modules to obtain a Diploma in Engineering (Aerospace) – while serving their national service (NSF) with the RSAF.


SAS Institute

The SAS Institute collaborated with the School of Informatics & IT to establish a Business Intelligence & Analytics Centre to support the end-to-end business analytics life cycle, and focus on areas such as business intelligence, data mining, web analytics, social media analytics and predictive analytics. It also promotes collaboration and capability building by enabling students and staff to undertake relevant industry projects, and conduct applied research and development in advanced analytics.


Salt Asia Pte Ltd

The School of Applied Science and Salt Asia signed a collaboration agreement in March 2020 to work together in various areas including research in mushroom cultivation and related capability building, student training and courses.


Sentosa Leisure Group

The School of Design collaborates with the Sentosa Leisure Group on a series of community outreach events to showcase designs created by students across all courses from the School of Design.


Shizuoka Prefecture Government Singapore Office

Under an MOU signed in March 2019, TP and Shizuoka Prefecture agree to cooperate in R&D in agriculture, as well as student internships and exchanges. TP, together with other polytechnics and ITE, and the Shizuoka Prefecture would co-organise the Singapore-Shizuoka Agri-Food Forums (SSAFF), an annual forum that brings together researchers, academia, and companies from Singapore and Shizuoka in the agri-food arena.


Singapore Airlines (SIA)

In an agreement with SIA, TP’s Aviation Management and Hospitality & Tourism Management students are offered internship opportunities with the airline, and attend pre-employment training programmes to gear them for a career as cabin crew with SIA. Suitable graduates may be offered job opportunities in SIA while current students benefit from study trips as well as an enhanced curriculum arising from knowledge sharing between TP and SIA.


Singapore Accountancy Commission

Singapore Accountancy Commission signed an MOU with the School of Business to collaborate in supporting the digital adoption and capability building of Small and Medium-sized Practices (SMPs) to increase productivity and enhance competitiveness.


Singapore Business Federation (SBF)

An MOU signed with the SBF has seen to the setting up of the Clean Energy Test-bedding Community which encourages the development and adoption of clean energy technologies and solutions and helps bring Singapore closer to its vision of becoming a vital clean energy hub in the region.


Singapore Discovery Centre (SDC)

SDC partners with the School of Design’s Digital Film & Television course in funding several student final-year short film projects. The films, which reflect national core values, are screened exclusively at the Singapore Discovery Centre for a year.


Singapore Food Agency (SFA)

The School of Applied Science and SFA collaborate to support the 2021 Singapore Total Diet Study, which will examine the patterns of chemical exposure across the diet of the Singapore resident population. It is the first of its kind to be conducted locally.


Singapore Fintech Association (SFA)

TP works with SFA to deepen collaboration between educators and the fintech industry and prepare polytechnic graduates to meet manpower needs in the fintech industry. SFA also engages industry experts to update the polytechnics on new technological, regulatory and other advancements in the banking and financial sector through a series of workshops and hands-on sessions.


Singapore Institute of Engineering Technologists

An MOU signed between TP and the Institute seeks to enhance the scope of aquaculture research and training, covering joint research and publications, student and staff training, competency certification, sponsorship of prizes and course medals, and aquaculture training.


Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) and Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS)

TP signed Collaboration Agreements with the SIT and SUSS to offer relevant skills-based undergraduate modules to polytechnic graduates embarking on the SkillsFuture Work-Study Programme. Participants will be able to take modules alongside existing undergraduates from the relevant degree programmes offered by both universities. Upon completion, they may apply to enrol in the corresponding degree programmes at SUSS or SIT, with due credit recognition given.


Singapore Police Force

The School of Business is a key training partner of the Singapore Police Force. It conducts many part- time security and management-related certificated courses for police officers as well as security industry professionals.


Singapore Technologies Electronics (STEE)

A collaboration agreement between ST Electronics Limited and the School of Engineering provides for joint research projects on the holistic process of analysing building facilities’ energy performance levels and efficiency.


Singapore Telecommunications Ltd. (SingTel)

SingTel signed an MOU with the School of Informatics & IT to collaborate in curriculum development in the area of innovation and automation technology, as well as to establish an Automation Centre as a live learning environment.


The School of Business signed an MOU with Singtel in 2017 to collaborate on the 99%SME Campaign to engage local SMEs in their digital business transformation. The partnership continues to see the collective engagement of students, lecturers and multipartite business owners to drive learning and champion business sustainability through innovative projects, internships and special events.


Singapore Youth Flying Club (SYFC)

In January 2012, TP signed an MOU with the SYFC to partner a flying programme for students pursuing the diploma in Aviation Management & Services. The partnership allows students to obtain their Private Pilot License, a first for Singapore’s polytechnic programmes.



The School of Design and SingHealth agreed in April 2018 to work together to develop an organisational infrastructure that promotes the use of design in healthcare settings, with a goal to contribute toward the enhancement of patient care. As part of the agreement, a virtual design research lab to facilitate cross-disciplinary research and innovation in healthcare will be set up.


Spirit of Enterprise (SOE)

The School of Business and SOE signed a five-year MOU in 2018 that would leverage SOE’s expertise and resources to propose joint programmes to ignite the entrepreneurial spirit among young minds in Singapore. These include student engagement activities such as the creation of a SOE-TP Student Chapter, joint organisation of SOE Forums and Start-Ups Engagement as well as student internship opportunities at SOE-affiliated companies.


ST-Engineering Info-Security/Palo Alto Networks and CrowdStrike

ST Engineering Info-Security, Palo Alto Networks and CrowdStrike have signed three individual MOUs with TP to set up a Malware Analysis Centre in TP. The only such Learning Enterprise in an educational institution in ASEAN, here, students from the Cybersecurity & Digital Forensics course are able to undertake malware extraction and analysis. They acquire highly valuable skills in the process of working at the Centre and being mentored by industry experts.


Stemcell United Pte Ltd

Collaborative agreements between the School of Applied Science and Stemcell United were signed in April 2020 and May 2021 to work together in areas including commercialisation of seaweed products and a joint food innovation laboratory.


St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC)

An MOU was signed between TP and SLEC in August 2019 to jointly offer the Specialist Diploma in Gerontology (Optimal Ageing Practice), a one-year part-time programme to equip professionals and fresh entrants in the social service, community and health/healthcare sectors, with practical knowledge in gerontology and the skills required to promote optimal ageing among older adults.



A Master Research Collaboration Agreement (MRCA) was signed between SUTD and TP for the development of a “Novel Methodology in Supports Removal for Metal Additive Manufacturing” as part of a proof-of-concept project. Subsequently, an additional MRCA involving A*STAR and TP was signed to pave the way for the development of an “Automated Workflow in Metal AM File Preparation” using the results from the first phase of the project.



An MOU was signed with Swisslog, with the aim of establishing a TP-Swisslog Industry 4.0 Training facility in TP. Through this facility, Swisslog will put on consignment the Intralogistics Automation System (IAS) in the Training Laboratory that will enhance TP students’ learning of i4.0, while offering a platform for Swisslog to showcase their capabilities to their customers.


Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) & Nanyang Technological University (NTU)

The School of Informatics & IT and School of Engineering are collaborating with the National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID) in TTSH and NTU to develop a serious game to raise awareness of appropriate antibiotics use and the management of common infections.


The Law Society of Singapore

The School of Business is a key training partner of the Law Society of Singapore. It conducts certificated as well as customised short courses for paralegals and aspiring paralegals, and has also conducted courses for officials from Ministry of Law and the Tri-Courts.


The Medicine Manufacturing Association of Singapore (TMMAS)

Members of TMMAS, an industry association for the Traditional Medicines sector, have partnered with TP for more than a decade through collaborative industry projects, industry attachment placements for staff, and internship placements for students. Currently, the Centre of Innovation for Complementary Health Products is in discussion with TMMAS to collaborate on the certification of TCM products.


TP Advanced Manufacturing Centre (AMC) Partners

A series of MOUs were signed in June 2021 between TP and a consortium of industry partners of the TP AMC. The MOUs pave the way for collaboration to promote and develop an Industry 4.0 Turnkey Connected Advanced Manufacturing System in TP, including sharing of technological knowledge and training resources. The consortium comprises Arcstone Pte Ltd, Fujitsu Asia Pte Ltd, M8M (S) Pte Ltd, Omron Electronics Pte Ltd, Product Development Solutions Pte Ltd, SMC Corporation (S) Pte Ltd and SMT Technology Pte Ltd.



The Twitter Flight School collation with the School of Business provided students with an engaging learning platform that enabled them to acquire relevant skills in digital and social media marketing. The collaboration reinforced TP’s position of elevating students’ industry-relevant skills through online certification courses that are recognised by the industry. The collaboration with Twitter was featured on Twitter’s platform in November 2021.


Venture Manufacturing Ltd

An MOU signed with Venture Manufacturing Ltd paved the way for Business Process & Systems Engineering students to be attached to Venture as part of their internship, during which they will work on Venture’s Kaizen Programme to improve its business processes and raise productivity.


Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS)

The School of Applied Science signed an MOU with WRS, with both parties agreeing to collaborate in veterinary research, diagnostic testing and training. Under the terms of the agreement, the School will be developing low cost, user-friendly diagnostic tools or laboratory testing methods for on-site diagnostic testing as part of WRS’s exotic animal care and management programme.


Workforce Singapore (WSG)

The School of Applied Science works with WSG (formerly WDA) to provide training in the Attach-and- Train Programme (Biologics Manufacturing). Moving forward, there are plans to further incorporate WSQs into PET and CET programmes for the chemical industry.


Yusen Logistics (Singapore) Pte. Ltd. (Yusen)

An MOU between the School of Business and Yusen sees to collaboration in areas including developing and delivering a professional development training programme for Yusen’s regional staff, provision of internship placements and major projects to enrich TP students’ learning, and industry visits to local and overseas warehouse facilities for students and staff of the Logistics & Operations Management course.