STEM 2.0


Supporting our education agenda through space

Building industry skills, digital fluency, innovation

Excellence and employability skill for the future

Welcome to the Next Phase of STEM Education

The STEM 2.0 Education Forum is a platform that brings together stakeholders across education, industry and government to chart the vision of STEM 2.0: the next phase of development in STEM education to help students enter into high-value verticals like space, deep tech and advanced robotics. The Forum will introduce the key space-based initiatives and programmes available to schools – from global competitions to specialised skills development in deep-tech, and industry internships.

Held in conjunction with the Global Space and Technology Convention – an annual international conference that discusses the future development of the deep tech and space industry,  the forum draws upon the expertise of leaders across industry and government

Date & Time

16 February 2023

3:00PM – 5:00PM


Sheraton Towers, Ballrooms 3 and 4

39 Scotts Road, Singapore 228230


Space Entrepreneurship Bootcamp

The Space Entrepreneurship Bootcamp is an immersive 6-day programme for young professionals that delves deep into the global space industry, giving participants all the fundamentals to build their next space startup, including market insights, business plan development and an opportunity to pitch to an esteemed panel. The bootcamp culminates in a 2-day all-access pass to the Global Space and Technology Convention (GSTC) – the world’s leading space industry platform.

Space Internship Programme

The Space Faculty Space Internship Programme is a first-of-its-kind in Singapore, giving students aged 17 and above an opportunity to build their professional portfolio as early as possible. It draws on Space Faculty’s global industry network to bring learners the opportunity to work at both major space and deep-tech MNCs as well as startups.

GNSS Innovation Quest

The Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) Innovation Quest offers tertiary students in Singapore an opportunity to leverage SiReNT, a high precision satellite positioning system developed by the Singapore Land Authority (SLA) to design and build innovative engineering solutions to improve the lives of fellow Singaporeans.

International Space Challenge

The International Space Challenge (ISC) was established in 2007 with the aim of nurturing students’ interests in STEM through space by being challenged to solve real world problems using existing space technologies. Today, it has evolved into the globally-accredited platform for space, where students, academics, experts and industry players connect.

World Robot Olympiad

The World Robot Olympiad (WRO) is a global robotics competition for young people aimed at developing their creativity and problem-solving skills in a fun and engaging way. With tournaments organised in over 90 countries worldwide leading to an annual international finals, students also get the chance to join and interact with a global community of brilliant young minds.

Space Buds

Space Buds is a one-of-a-kind education programme designed to introduce children aged 4 to 7 years to all things space. The programme is designed to ignite a lifelong interest and impart foundational knowledge in space, STEM at an early age. We bring purposeful fun and passion together to create an environment that educates, while spurring students’ creativity. 


Dr. Mohamad Maliki Bin Osman
Minister in the Prime Minister's Office, Second Minister for Education & Foreign Affairs

Dr Mohamad Maliki Bin Osman will give the opening address and will present the award for the International Space Challenge 2023 – the world’s leading space challenge for youths with a 15-year track record. 

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