Executive Education Programmes designed to build capabilities in infocomm and digital business.
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We offer five practice-based graduate programmes focusing on information technology (IT) and data science.
Your alternative pathway to continuing education without disrupting your career.
Clusters of expertise focusing on building leadership, best practice, and capability development in areas of Digital Government and Smart Health.
Meet the NUS-ISS Team and learn about our story and achievements.
'Our Milestones' timeline brings you through our journey - from our founding in 1981 to what we have accomplished today. It records the launch of all our graduate programmes, our industry collaborations and recognitions, and significant events at NUS-ISS.
2017 - Achieved ISO 29990:2010 Certification
2017 - Launched the NUS-ISS Stackable Programmes
2016 - Celebrated NUS-iSS' 35th Anniversary
2016 - Launched the StackUp - Startup Tech Talent Development discipline
2016 - Launched the NUS-ISS Professional Conversion Programmes
2015 - Launched the Smart Health Leadership Centre
2015 - Launched the Master of Technology in IT Leadership programme together with NUS
2014 - Started co-organising hackathons with industry players with our graduate students participating & winning in some of them
2014 - Awarded the National Continuing Education Training Institute status by the Singapore Workforce Development Agency
2013 - Launched the Master of Technology in Enterprise Business Analytics programme together with NUS
2011 - Awarded WSQ Distinguished Partner award for outstanding contribution in the development and promotion of Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) programmes
2009 - Commissioned as the course and examination authority of the AiSP Qualified Information Security Professional programme by the Association of Information Security Professionals
2008 - Became the first Infocomm Continuing Education and Training Centre for the Singapore Workforce Development Agency
2006 - Formed the e-Government Leadership Centre, in partnership with Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore and the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
2003 - Launched more certifications with partners: Infocomm Security (Ernst & Young), Mobile & Wireless Solution Architect (Siemens & Sybase) and Web Services in J2EE (Sun Microsystems)
2001 - Moved to new building at 25 Heng Mui Keng Terrace
1999 - Launched Graduate Diploma in Knowledge Engineering
1998 - ISS Research & Development became an independent organisation and was renamed Kent Ridge Digital Labs (evolved into today’s Institute for Infocomm Research)
1996 - Rolled out Master of Technology course together with NUS
1993 - Launched Graduate Diploma in Software Engineering
1989 - Launched Graduate Diploma in Knowledge Engineering
1987 - Partnered with National Computer Board (now known as Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore) and Singapore Economic Development Board to introduce the Small Enterprise Computerisation Programme for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
1984 - Moved into own building at 21 Heng Mui Keng Terrace
1981 - Founded as an education institute offering senior executive seminars and the first IT project management training with a four-year partnership with IBM
My aspiration is for ISS to build on its strengths as it continues to focus on nurturing leaders, transforming businesses, and developing practical ICT skills to enable the future economy, expand and deepen industry engagements, and to be the centre of excellence for all things digital and tech for continuing education in Singapore.
From its beginnings in 1981, ISS has helped to educate and train people for the Information Age, creating a bridge to where we want to be in the future. It is a journey, and ISS will continue to prepare the ICT leaders of tomorrow, today.
ISS was there when the country took its first concerted step to push for an IT agenda. ISS was the institution that trained the first batches of IT professionals that led the nation in implementing our IT master plan. ISS was a pioneering effort. The spirit of being in the forefront, playing a critical role in the nation’s IT development has never left ISS. It has had many firsts, and will continue to innovate.
I presided over the period when old ISS was merged with ITI and new ISS was spun out. It was a period of change; it was a difficult period for people because it had operated in this way for 10 over years. The report card, as it turned out, was quite good. I think ISS has found its own niche since separation.
I hope ISS will always be a key pillar, a leading IT architect in updating, spearheading and reinventing our IT and ICT manpower strategies in Singapore and the region. After all, whether Singapore will be able to transform itself into a knowledge-based economy and information society depends a lot on our ability to nurture innovators and early adopters. This is a very important challenge for ISS and Singapore.
ISS is inseparable with the national computerisation effort of Singapore since its inception. With various versions of the national IT plan, ISS is able to make itself relevant and this includes IT education, consulting and R&D. Our vibrant startup culture can be traced back to that phase of ISS development when IT R&D was part of its mission integrating Information Technology Institute of the National Computer Board. As we evolve our Intelligent Island to become a smart nation, ISS still has much to contribute.
It was a collective effort, driven consistently by enthusiasm and excitement. It was a time of striking out into untested areas with only common sense and inspiration as guide. That it had succeeded was purely fortuitous and certainly not confidently anticipated.