I can begin my career

DMRO graduates will meet the rising demands for multi-disciplinary manpower by industries whose business is in the design, development and production of high-tech modern consumer devices such as mobile phones, laptops, health and entertainment gadgets, or industrial equipment such as aircraft engines or hi-tech machinery. DMRO graduates can consider the following career options:

  • Assistant Automation Engineer
  • Assistant Design Engineer
  • Assistant Electromechanical Engineer
  • Assistant Mechanical Engineer
  • Assistant Mechatronics Engineer
  • Assistant Robotics Engineer
  • Assistant System Development Engineer

I can further my studies

You can gain advanced standing in Mechanical, Robotics Systems, Electrical & Electronics or Computer Engineering degree courses in both local (NTU,NUS,SIT,SUTD) and overseas universities. Selective module exemptions or direct entry to second year are based on merit and subjected to faculty/university approval.

They include:

  • Nanyang Technological University
  • National University of Singapore
  • Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT)
  • SIT in collaboration with Newcastle University
  • SIT in collaboration with Technische Universität München (Technical University of Munich, TUM)
  • SIT in collaboration with University of Glasgow (UoG)SIT - DigiPen Institute of Technology (DigiPen)

Note: -
   “All information was accurate at the time of publication”.

For a full list of degree options and advanced standings at the local or overseas universities, please visit the Advanced Standing Database

School:School of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering
Tel: (65)-67751133
Course Manager:Raymond Ong
Tel:(65) 6772 1572
General Enquiries:contactus@sp.edu.sg