18 September 2018
In 2017, 82.9 per cent of Singapore Institute of Technology’s graduates found full-time work six months after completing their final examinations.
In particular, over 80 per cent of graduates from the accountancy and hospitality business programmes received job offers from the companies they worked in before graduating.
The median starting pay of SIT’s graduates remained at $3,200, similar to 2016.
These statistics are from SIT’s latest annual graduate employment survey, which also reveals a slight increase in graduates opting for freelance employment.
The latest graduate employment survey for NUS, NTU and SMU show that 78.4 per cent of their graduates were in full-time permanent work last year.