14 March 2019
There is a growing demand for university graduates in the fields of computing, artificial intelligence, and cyber security.
As such local universities are expanding related course offerings and vacancies for the coming academic year.
Nanyang Technological University said it has allocated 675 places for its 10 computing-related undergraduate programmes this year.
Singapore Management University will be offering two new computing-related degree programmes: computer science, and computing and law.
Results of the latest Graduate Employment Survey showed that fresh graduates in the information technology sector were the most successful of all graduates in securing full-time permanent jobs within 6 months of their graduation.
Those in courses such as computing, business analytics and information security earned the highest median gross monthly pay of $4,100.