NUS School of Computing (SoC) Invites You for Collaboration

NUS School of Computing (SoC) Invites You for Collaboration

in Jul 10, 2020

Are you facing the problem of lacking resources to execute your software project? If you are, besides recruiting new staff or interns, now you have one more option to work with NUS School of Computing students.

The NUS School of Computing (SoC) would like to invite Partners to collaborate by offering Industry Projects for Year 3 and 4 students for their Capstone Projects starting Aug 2020.

About the Information Systems (IS) Capstone Project:

A multifaceted project that serves as a culminating academic and intellectual experience for IS students.

Level 4000 100% project-based learning module with double workload, i.e., 8 module credits.

Typically read by students in their 3rd and 4th year of studies before their internship.

Students work (in groups) through a complete Systems Development Life Cycle to develop a large-scale and complex business software application.

About the Industry Capstone Project (ICaP) Initiative:

ICaP was first launched in the August 2019 semester with 30 projects from 14 private and public organisations. The objectives of ICaP are two-fold:

  1. Expose our students to challenging real-world business problems.
  2. Support Singapore’s digital transformation endeavour.

Industry partners gain insights into the strengths and capabilities of our students, and access to a pathway to engage them in future internship and full-time employment.

Led by Mr Tay Kok Chin, Chairman of Smart Cities Network (SCN), the organization is currently in partnership with NUS students on its projects. Industry partners are welcomed to suggest their projects, in partnership with Smart Cities Network (SCN), to establish a process for Industry Transformation to develop the Digital Economy for a Smart Nation.

For more information about IS capstone project as well as SCN and NUS collaboration projects, please refer to the attachments.

Any questions/queries, please contact:

TAY Kok-Chin (KC) – Chairman of Smart Cities Network (SCN)

(65) 9822 4345


Dr. Tan Wee Kek – IS Capstone Project Coordinator

(65) 6516 6731 (office hours only)