Class of 2019: Four students and their best takeaways

We ask a graduate from each pillar to talk about what they plan to do next, and how SUTD has inspired them to pursue their dreams. Lun Ci Min, ASD I want to become a practising...

How these SUTD Alumnae are Paving the Way for Women in Technology

We caught up with three high flying alumnae for a wide-ranging conversation about what they’ve been up to since graduating, and to look back at their SUTD experience.

The Future Economy and How SUTD Prepares Our Graduates for It

We recently had the privilege of speaking with four SUTD alumni to learn more about the exciting roles they are playing in shaping the future economy and how the SUTD experience has prepared them for their roles.

A Glimpse Into The Future: Open House 2018

Re-cap of the recently concluded SUTD Open House 2018

Reflections from SUTD alumna Jezamine Chua

We ask Jezamine about her learning journey in SUTD, and her thoughts on SUTD's goal towards gender diversity. She has been working as an architect in S A Chua Architects since graduation. 1. How has education...

Agrim Singh: Hacking the Hackathon

The ins and outs of hackathons

Beyond SUTD: The Learning Journey

Four SUTD graduates share what they’ve learnt (in SUTD), and what inspired them to further their studies. Jonathan Ng, Architecture and Sustainable Design Pursuing Masters of Architecture at Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD) Why did...

How to Kick-Start Your MOGICS

Doing travel products the right way

SUTD at Venice Biennale

SUTD is honoured to lead the curation of the Singapore Pavilion at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia. Titled “No More Free Space?”, the Singapore Pavilion tells the story of how, despite the lack of free space, Singapore-based architects, urban planners and place-makers have creatively found ways to bring delightful free spaces to the city’s everyday life.

Food Culture: Food is Where the Heart is

The relationship between food and people is an obvious one, and SUTD certainly has no shortage of food stories.

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