Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) is a university of applied learning in Singapore. The college was established in the year 2009. The university was founded by then SIT president Tan Chin Tiong and has grown from only 500 students and 10 degree programmes to over 7000 students and 42 degree programmes. The degree programmes offered by this university is clubbed majorly into five groups, namely Engineering (ENG), Infocomm Technology (ICT), Chemical Engineering and Food Technology (CEFT), Design and Specialised Businesses (DSB) and Health and Social Sciences (HSS). It was provided with the endowment of S$447.78 million. The university aims at promoting certain important traits in students, which it calls 'SIT-DNA'. Through this, students are transformed into 'thinking thinketers', who can 'learn, unlearn and relearn', are 'catalysts for transformation' and are finally 'grounded in the community.' The main campus of the university is located in Dover Drive in Dover, Singapore. The other five campuses are around the island and mainly focus on 'polytechnics'. The campuses are SIT@NYP (Nanyang Polytechnic), SIT@NP (Ngee Yang Polytechnic), SIT@SP (Singapore Polytechnic) and finally SIT@RP (Republican Polytechnic). SIT has the faculty student ratio of 1:41 comprising 146 academic staff members and over 7000 students.
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