Raffles University

The road to entrepreneurship starts with Raffles. Studying at Raffles is your very first step towards business ownership.

Grooming raw talents to blossom into leaders and innovators of tomorrow requires solid industry experience. Raffles fosters collaborations with industry partners to inject our students with real world challenges. This gives them hands-on experience and nurtures their passion towards their dream profession.

Post industrial attachment, our students continue to perfect their skills at Raffles. And with many opportunities open to them, they are able to embark onto the world of entrepreneurship.

Over the years, Raffles has nurtured many graduates who have fulfilled their calling to be successful entrepreneurs.


Raffles University

  • Small class size allow the lecturer to spend more time with each student and thus better understand their needs
  • Students work in studios on projects under supervision of a lecturer
  • RU has links with over 30 industrial partners, which enable us to deliver industry relevant programmes.
  • Students are involved with industry and community projects during their studies
  • Students undertake internships, which allow them to develop practical skills through on-the-job training.
  • Students use evidence-based problem solving to learn how to optimise and improve operations, and productivity
  • Students learn design thinking and apply it to create new product designs and to design or redesign services, process and strategy.
  • Students develop their entrepreneurship skills learning how to commercialise their designs and business ideas

Raffles University

Raffles University is launching the RU Blended Learning Model. It is specially designed by our academics to adapt to the disruption that is caused by Covid-19. In the RU Blended Learning Model, the RU lecturer will deliver the lesson through face-to-face and online lesson. 

During the MCO, the lecturer will deliver the classes via conference call, it is to ensure the interaction between lecturer and students maintain even though the physical classroom is not available. The lecturers will fully utilise the Learning Management System (LMS) as a platform to deliver the programme documents, co-creation activities and assessments.