TUM Asia

Technical University of Munich (TUM) Asia is working closely with the Economic Development Board (EDB) and Singapore Semiconductor Industry Association (SSIA) to provide postgraduate students with industry relevant training in the are of Integrated Circuit Design. With the EDB-IPP Grant, students have the opportunity to take on Research & Development (R&D) roles in the industry while companies are able to attract talent to fulfil their R&D roles. TUM Asia is committed to support training positions while provide postgraduate training to eligible candidates, and to prepare students for research-intensive roles with strong industry relevance and focus.

TRAINEE Eligibility

  • The trainee must be a Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident.
  • The trainee must not be receiving concurrent funding under any EDB grant schemes, or, regardless of the awarding body, any bursaries or scholarships.
  • The trainee must meet the prevailing admission criteria for the MSc in Integrated Circuit Design (MSc in ICD).
  • There is no bond requirement. The trainee can be either a new hire or existing employee of the company.
  • Each trainee will be placed under an ICD training position, which he/she will be enrolled for the MSc in ICD, while undertaking a research project under their company’s supervision for the purposes of completion of the Master’s thesis.

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