Upload photo for Student Card and Tertiary Student EZ-Link

As part of the enrolment process, you are required to upload a photograph that will be used to produce your Student Card through My Enrolment. The photograph will be used to process your NP Student Card and Tertiary Student EZ- Link card (if you are applying for one).

Please note that there may be a delay in the processing of your Student Card and Tertiary Student EZ- Link Card if the photo is not duly uploaded.

What do I need to upload?

Before you upload, you need a digital photograph that meets the following guidelines:

  • A recent colour photo of yourself (your entire head and shoulders must be visible, and you should be facing directly towards the camera);
  • In colour taken against plain background without shadows;
  • In JPEG format (‘jpg’ extension);
  • File size should be no more than 150 Kbytes;
  • Dimension of the photo image has to be 215 by 281 pixels

Click for more details on the guidelines and photo samples (728KB).

Click here for tips on how to resize the photo that meets the above guidelines.

How do I upload?

Log in to My Enrolment with your User ID and Password, as stated in the ‘Acceptance of offer’ letter.

Go to Photo Upload

Click Browse for Photo to select the photo that you wish to upload and click Upload to preview the photo.

To Upload and preview another photo, Click Delete Photo, then Browse for Photo.

Once you are satisfied with the scanned image of your photograph, verify the name to be printed on the Student Card and click 'Save' to end the session. Please note that no changes to the photograph can be made after submission.

Note: If you photo submitted does not meet the guidelines, you will be notified via your NP Connect email to re-upload the photo.

When do I upload?

You must upload your photograph by the course registration deadline stated in your 'Acceptance of offer' letter.

Having problems uploading?

If you experience problems uploading your photo, email to enrol@np.edu.sg and we will advise you accordingly.