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SUSS Student Employability

With the rising scarcity of resources and talent, our world is facing greater challenges. This is where SUSS students are developed to create a positive and sustainable impact on businesses, communities and the world, to build a Purpose-Driven Future

What defines the SUSS student?

A thinker who examines an issue from different angles.
A doer who takes prompt action to resolve issues with immediacy.
An innovator who finds ways to do things differently with greater impact.
A knowledge seeker who fills the mind with new thinking and discoveries.
A purposeful global citizen who makes a mark on society and the world. And more.

Hear from those who have worked with some of our students and graduates — from internships to work attachments to permanent employment.

Become Our Partner

 

With SUSS as the incubator of new knowledge, discoveries and innovations, your organisation can gain access to a unique breadth and depth of knowledge and experience when you partner with us. Work attachments, internships, community engagements, service-learning initiatives, student exchanges and knowledge-sharing conferences — discover how other organisations are working with us to make a mark in the global marketplace.

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SUSS Graduate Employability

SUSS graduates have earned strong industry endorsements and are in demand across various sectors and fields.

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. 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

Stories from SUSS Students and Graduates

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


Kimberly Choo, our marketing alumna, shares how self-directed and out-of-classroom applied learning has benefitted her in responding agilely to new work challenges.


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


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


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.

 

 

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