Drawing upon NTU’s world-renowned faculty and strong industrial connections to develop quality programmes, PaCE@NTU offers a wide range of programmes from various disciplines, durations and learning platforms to equip Singapore professionals, managers, executives and technicians (PMETs) with updated knowledge and skills to keep pace with the rapid technological changes in today’s increasingly competitive economy and industrial landscape.
The centre currently administers the Part-Time Bachelor of Engineering Degree Programmes in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science, credit-bearing courses stackable to Specialist, Graduate or MiniMastersTM certificates, as well as Seminars and Short Courses for the PMETs.
NTU has launched a university-wide MiniMasters™ to support the endeavours of individuals to build their micro-credentials through Continuing Education and Training (CET). It is also to encourage more working adults to embrace continuous lifelong learning as the economy transforms. PaCE@NTU collaborates with the colleges and schools, institutes and centres at NTU to offer courses in diverse and emerging areas, that are stackable towards a MiniMasters™ certificate, for learners to build and tailor to their learning needs, and to develop skills relevant to the future.Learn More
SGUnited Jobs and Skills Package is a support package that aims to help Singaporeans tide through difficult period who are impacted by the economic consequences of COVID-19. It opens up another pathway for local jobseekers to pick up industry-relevant skills to enhance their employability and stay relevant in this current economic climate.
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Aligning our programmes to the national SFw and ITM, PaCE@NTU offers a wide range of short courses in emerging skills areas for personal development and career advancement.
Bachelor of Engineering Degree Programmes (Part-Time)
Offered by NTU, earn a degree in Computer Science (CS), Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) or Mechanical Engineering (ME).