Awarded by the University of London, UK and Developed by the Member Institution, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
Creative thinking and novel applications
By studying this programme, it helps to develop your skills in computing with a strong programming and mathematics focus which allow you to create a portfolio of work that you can present to potential employers.
We want you to learn by doing – we’ve got a strong focus on the practical rather than the theoretical. The program is highly hands-on; you will be designing, developing and implementing software solutions since Day 1.
SIM and the Goldsmiths Department of Computing have collaborated to offer computing programmes locally since 1993. The new programmes, which focus on AI, Web Services and other rapidly rising technologies, will propel Singapore to achieve its dreams of becoming a smart nation and intelligent island.
- Selected local polytechnic diplomas and SIM IT diploma graduates stand to gain exemptions for up to one year.
- Transfer to the London campus at Goldsmiths after one or two years at SIM.