The Graduate Certificate (GC) in Additive Manufacturing offers a comprehensive coverage of topics that are of great relevance to the local manufacturing industry, including precision, aerospace and biomedical engineering; these topics span the processes and material design to challenges that are faced by the industry in adopting and developing related AM technologies.
The modules offered in this GC Programme will enhance the knowledge and expertise of the engineers and prepare them for new challenges in the AM related industry.
Any Bachelor degree holders, in particular B.Eng. (Mechanical Engineering) degree and B.Eng. (Materials Science and Engineering), or equivalent.
(For effective learning, applicants are expected to have sufficient standard of written and spoken English.)
Maximum period of candidature is 2 years.
Upon successful completion of 12 MCs with a Cumulative Average Point (CAP) of at least 2.50 out of 5 will be awarded a Graduate Certificate in Additive Manufacturing.
To select 6 out of 8 modules from the module list below. Each module is 2 modular credits.
(Note: Not all modules are offered in each semester)
|Module Code||Module Title|
|ME5608A||Principles and Processes of Additive Manufacturing (SSG funded)|
|ME5608B||Hybrid Manufacturing (SSG funded)|
|ME5615A||Design and Pre-processing for Additive Manufacturing (SSG funded)|
|ME5615B||Post-processing for Additive Manufacturing (SSG funded)|
|ME5614A||Special Project in Additive Manufacturing (SSG funded)|
|ME5513A||Fatigue Analysis for Additive Manufacturing (SSG funded)|
|MLE5301||Metallic & Ceramic Materials in Additive Manufacturing (SSG funded)|
|MLE5302||Polymer Materials in Additive Manufacturing (SSG funded)|
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The contact hours for a 2-MC module will be between 18 – 20 hours in total, which include lectures, projects and discussions, and assessments.
Classes will be either in short-course format over 3 to 4 days period or comprise evening classes and/or those conducted on the weekend over a longer duration.
Modes of assessment comprise quizzes / term papers, in-class participation, final assessment / presentation, projects with emphasis on practical aspects of Additive Manufacturing.
The stacking of GC modules (for module(s) with grade B or higher is allowed) to the M.Sc. (Mechanical Engineering) programme will be subjected to SSG funding rule and the approval from the host department.
Application for January 2019 Intake is closed.
|Applicants Paying Full Fee Per Module||Singapore Citizens below 40 years old and Singapore PRs||Singapore Citizens aged 40 years and above (under the MCES)||Singapore Citizens (Eligible for WTS)||Enhanced Training Support for SMEs (ETSS)|
|Per Module Fee
|SSG Funding Schemes||–||May enjoy subsidies up to 70% of the module fees (excluding GST)||May enjoy subsidies up to 90% of the module fees (excluding GST)||May enjoy subsidies up to 95% of the module fees (excluding GST)||May enjoy subsidies up to 90% of the module fees (excluding GST)|
|Per Nett Module Fee (including GST)||S$3,103||S$930.90||S$350.90||S$205.90||S$350.90|
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