13 March 2018
To cope with rising demand for computing graduates, Singapore universities will increase their intake of computing students when the new academic year begins in August.
The National University of Singapore plans to take in about 900 undergraduates who will be offered as many as six different computing courses.
The Singapore Management University’s school of information systems plans to take in 400 students.
Nanyang Technological University said it plans to increase its computer science and computer engineering intake by up to 15 per cent from 2016.
NTU is starting a degree in data science and artificial intelligence in August, while NUS has been offering new specialisations such as financial technology, digital innovation and marketing analytics.