In view of the current COVID-19 situation, MOH has directed that all graduands working in healthcare institutions SHOULD NOT attend the graduation ceremony. Please scroll down to see
MOH advisory. For those attending the ceremonies from 3 to 7 May, please adhere strictly to the prevailing
safe management measures.
In light of the tightened safe management measures, MOE has advised that all polytechnic graduation ceremonies from 8 May will be converted to virtual ceremonies. For affected graduands, please refer to this latest schedule.
Check your reporting time, venue and seat number
Don the gown and look the part
What to expect on this special day
For those who are unable to attend
Check for award winners
Keeping you on track with the graduation schedule
The Ministry of Health has directed that all graduands working in healthcare institutions (e.g. hospitals, medical and dental clinics, nursing homes, retail pharmacies and swab centres), including those in patient-facing and non-patient-facing roles, are not to attend the polytechnics’ graduation ceremonies that will be held in May 2021. This is a precautionary measure in line with MOH’s guidance to healthcare workers to minimize social mingling across different split teams and institutions before and after work. It is also part of the healthcare sector’s overall heightened measures to minimize the risk of community and cross-healthcare institutional transmission of Covid-19. We seek your kind understanding. Thank you very much for your cooperation.
For list of healthcare institutions (HCI), please visit MOH’s
Congratulations on graduating from Ngee Ann Polytechnic!
You have come a long way to achieve this significant milestone. I hope that your journey at NP has been an enriching and a rewarding one. Whether you have participated in a meaningful service-learning project, an insightful internship, or benefited from the guidance of your lecturers and mentors, these experiences have shaped you for the better and given you a head start in your chosen path.
At the same time, they have developed in you a passion for learning, a big heart for others and a global-smart mindset – all important traits that will help you to navigate these uncertain times.
Indeed, we have seen the NP community display tremendous resilience and support for one another, even as the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted your final year in unprecedented ways. While your loved ones can only attend the ceremony virtually, your achievements are no less exceptional.
This may feel like a daunting time to begin your next chapter, but I am hopeful that you will continue to approach life with optimism and a can-do spirit. We may not know what the future holds, but we can make ourselves as ready for it as we can. Be flexible, think creatively and find ways to challenge yourself. Every time you take a leap of faith, you increase your capacity to make the most of unexpected opportunities that present themselves. Or to borrow famous words from scientist Louis Pasteur, “Chance favours the prepared mind.”
To stay on top of change, I would like to encourage you to build on the foundation you have received at NP and to continuously deepen your skill sets. We will always welcome you back to deepen your professional skills with us, and look forward to supporting you in your learning needs all through your work life. As a poly for all ages, we have also ramped up our course offerings at our CET Academy. There is something for everyone, be it a SkillsFuture Work-Study Programme, a post-diploma certificate or a short course on emerging skills. I hope you will seize every opportunity to learn and diversify your skills.
As you pursue your dreams, remember to be grateful to those who have supported you in your journey.
Let me leave you with this quote, which I hope will inspire you to chart your own path: “Do not follow where the path may lead. Go, instead, where there is no path and leave a trail.”
Best wishes as you begin the adventures that lie ahead, and I look forward to hearing all your stories.
Clarence TiPrincipal, Ngee Ann Polytechnic
• Check your reporting time, venue & seat number.
• Check if you have won any graduation awards.
• Check and observe safe management measures.
Reserve your graduation attire online.Please Rent/Purchase your gown before the ceremony. There
will not be any Rental/Sale of gowns during the Graduation Week.
Collect your graduation attire (home delivery).
• Graduation Ceremony!*
• Report 45 minutes before the ceremony starts.
• Use Tracetogether app for SafeEntry check-in.
• Graduation Ceremony held ONLINE!
Return your graduation attire (off campus)
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of the following, please do not come to campus. Stay home or see a doctor if you are unwell.
TraceTogether (TT) App Install TraceTogether from
www.tracetogether.gov.sg. If you can’t install the TT App, you will need a TT token. To obtain one, visit
Please enter NP via the main gate (Vehicular and Pedestrian) along Clementi Road.
From the bus-stop
Driving into campus & Drop Offs
We know how much you like posting photos of your graduation. However, please ensure that safety measures must be strictly complied as photos posted online might be subjected to public scrutiny.
Graduation marks the point where you culminate your journey in NP to the next important phase of your lives.
We hope that you will find the celebrations enjoyable.
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