Workato partners with 3 more Singapore-based institutes of higher learning to help make automation a career

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We’re thrilled to announce our partnership with three institutes of higher learning in Singapore—Nanyang Polytechnic, Republic Polytechnic, and Temasek Polytechnic.

From left to right: Allan Teng (Workato), Wong Wai Ling (RP), Tan Siew Kim (TP), Esther Ho (NYP)
From left to right: Allan Teng (Workato), Wong Wai Ling (RP), Tan Siew Kim (TP), Esther Ho (NYP)

These partnerships reflect our commitment to helping turn automation into a profession. And they continue our positive momentum in equipping the next generation with skills for in-demand careers in automation (early this year, we also inked Memorandums of Understanding with Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore University of Social Sciences, and Ngee Ann Polytechnic).

Related: Workato launched a Digital Automation Hub in Singapore to accelerate automation adoption in APAC

We’re excited to continue rolling out automation modules and courses as well as providing industry engagement opportunities for students and mid-career professionals. Moreover, we believe these partnerships will support our efforts in driving automation at scale across organizations in the Asia-Pacific Japan market.

Hear what our academic partners have to say about this collaboration:

“We are excited about our partnership with Workato in this journey to nurture and mentor our students in the integration and workflow automation area.”
Wong Wai Ling Director, School of Infocomm at Republic Polytechnic
“At Nanyang Polytechnic’s School of Business Management, we are excited to work closely with Workato to deepen the skillsets of our Human Resource Management students and adult learners in HR Business Process Automation and to collaborate with and support our industry partners in their Business Process Automation through industry projects, masterclasses and training courses.”
Shirley Tee Senior Manager, School of Business Management at Nanyang Polytechnic
“We are delighted to be partnering Workato as we continue to provide a holistic approach of equipping our students with the necessary digital skills, expertise and tools to be future ready. Such outside-the-classroom learning opportunities will prepare our students well for an increasingly automated work environment. This close partnership will enable us to build a community of aspiring business and IT professionals who are digital-savvy in Business Process Automation.“
Tan Siew Kim Director, School of Business at Temasek Polytechnic

This announcement also complements our recently-launched Workato on Campus awards: the Outstanding Automation Educators of the Year 2022. This award recognizes 5 outstanding educators who have promoted the use of enterprise automation in the curriculum and industry. Check out the full list of winners here.

Want to join the Workato on Campus program? You can connect with our team to learn more about it by filling out this form or by emailing us at