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SAP launches infocomm-tech 'university'

It teams up with five polys and SkillsFuture Singapore to train mid-career professionals and polytechnic graduates

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Ng Cher Pong, chief executive of SkillsFuture Singapore said: "As technological disruptions are occurring at an unprecedented pace, SSG actively seeks out collaborations with industry partners to enable Singaporeans to keep pace with the evolving skills needs in areas such as data science, robotics, and AI, in order to support industry transformation.


ENTERPRISE software company SAP on Friday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) and the five local polytechnics - Nanyang, Ngee Ann, Republic, Temasek, and Singapore Polytechnic - to launch the SAP Skills University Singapore.

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