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More than 94% (or 372) of Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) full-time graduates from the Class of 2021 secured employment within six months of completing their final examinations. This indicates a continued strong demand for SUSS graduates despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

The results were revealed in the annual Joint Autonomous Universities Graduate Employment Survey (JAUGES), jointly conducted by SUSS and the other Autonomous Universities.


Graduate Employment Survey 2021 Infographic

SUSS Students

Learn how SUSS equips our students and graduates with professional competencies that help them make their mark in life and society.


Learn how Edwin Ho, our finance alumnus, leveraged the entrepreneurship skills he had acquired at SUSS to unlock educational opportunities for many others.


Emilia Zainudin, marketing graduate, shares how her SUSS experience has given her employability skills and knowledge for workplace success.


Flexible and independent learning enabled marketing graduate, Tan Hui Kea, to pursue multiple internships and pick up transferable work skills.


For Lionel Dorai, communications alumnus, a life without giving is a life that isn't worth living. Learn how he uses his communication skills to champion the interests of the underprivileged.


Samantha Tan, early childhood alumna and preschool teacher, shares how SUSS' 'Head, Heart, Habit' educational philosophy has enabled her to shape the minds of our young ones.


Firdaus Zulkfle, psychology graduate, shares why his learning journey with SUSS has been enriching and meaningful.


Rayner Loi, finance student and founder of Lumitics, shares how the SUSS curriculum enabled him to make a better world by tackling the issue of food waste.


Learn how Chong Wee Lin, social work graduate, intends to apply her skills to serve low-income families.

SUSS Graduates

See the stories of how SUSS graduates are making their mark for the greater good.



Where do engineering and entrepreneurship meet? They are very similar, says entrepreneur Jun Chi.


What is your life goal? Mary makes a difference with her gerontology masters from SUSS.


Once a troubled youth, Yogaraj thought university wasn't for him. He rediscovered his potential at SUSS.


Sara Elizae Yang enrolled in Bachelor of Laws (LLB) programme and persevered through the struggles of juggling studies and raising her young children to become one of our first cohort of LLB graduates.


Rick Chua, finance graduate, pursued higher education while working full-time. SUSS was the obvious choice with part-time courses that were flexible and subsidised for working professionals.


Nathaniel Ng, English Language and Literature graduate, is a self-motivated learner who believes that maintaining self is the key. Besides juggling work and school, he made time for volunteering.


Michael Adam, has been working as a freelance football coach in schools. Now, he is a graduate of SUSS Bachelor of Sports and Physical Education with Psychology programme.


Banna Ghorvadhana Rao, Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering graduate, was inspired by a challenge to increase productivity at a local aviation manufacturing company. Encouraged by SUSS faculty and his wife, he researched productivity improvement by lean manufacturing and mass customisation methods.


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