For Students & Teachers
Our programmes prepare students for post-secondary education and career options.
Our school talks include the type of courses, admissions requirements, scholarships & financial assistance, progression to universities and career opportunities for our diploma holders. An exhibition booth is also available upon request.
Our specially organized events like Youth Leaders Camp,
RED Camp and
Open House aim to better integrate students into our campus and showcase the fun, vibrant and diverse student life that NP offers.
30-hour courses in applied topics conducted by NP’s lecturers geared towards enhancing the learning experience of students.
Our events and workshops aim to expose students to different subject fields, helping them uncover their potential through interesting ways.
Our programmes help secondary school teachers enrich their own learning and gain deeper insight into polytechnic education.
Our annual seminar includes an overview on post-secondary education options, as well as information about various admission exercises with insight into NP’s signature pedagogies.
Experience our students’ learning environment firsthand. Learn more about our key pedagogies from our academic schools, and engage in dialogue with our staff through a guided tour.
Please contact us for other queries. We are always happy to help.
For course entry requirements, please visit the individual course pages for more information
In general, the NP intake is around 4,500-5,000 per year.
EAE will open in late June. For more information, please visit the EAE page
EAE(i) will open in early June.
For more information, please visit the EAE(i) page
No. Once a student has accepted the EAE offer and met the admissions criteria for the polytechnic course, they will not be able to switch courses within or across polytechnics.
EAE is targeted at students who are interested in a particular course, and admission is based on the student’s suitability. If your students are still discovering and/or developing their strengths and interests, they can apply through the JAE.
Yes, your student can still apply for a poly course through JAE. However, they should only accept either a polytechnic or junior college offer. Students who accept both offers will be disqualified from both JAE and DSA, unless they cancel one of the offers before the end of the Acceptance Stage.
The Polytechnic Foundation Programme (PFP) is a one-year programme, specially designed for the top Secondary 4 Normal (Academic) students. These students will not need to sit for the GCE ‘O’ Levels in Secondary 5.
Once enrolled into the PFP, students will gain provisional admission to specific diploma courses. At the end, the polytechnics will assess students’ performance before they progress to the diploma course.
The PFP offers a practice-oriented curriculum taught by the respective polytechnic faculty, which prepares them for entry into relevant diploma courses.
For more information, please visit the PFP page
They can approach our Education and Career Guidance (ECG) team, who provide professional advice to students with support in education and career related matters.
For more information, please visit the ECG page
Although the content of these courses are generally similar, there might be differences in the topics and elective, module, or specialisation options offered.
Start by helping your students to find out their interests and aspirations. Encourage them to attend school programmes and events offered by the polys.
Poly education focuses heavily on practice-based learning and hands-on training, so it is important for students to be comfortable with such a learning style.
Poly adopts the GPA system for grading, so they need to be disciplined to maintain a consistent GPA through their three years.
NP aims to cultivate these three hallmarks in all our graduates — a passionate learner, a big-hearted person and a global-smart professional.
Find more about NP
A poly education is about applying what is learnt in classrooms to real world situations. NP students are exposed to various applied and experiential learning approaches that are technology-enabled.
In addition to about 25 to 30 hours of lectures, tutorials and workshops per week, they will be exposed to industry-based projects and workplace internships. Ranging from six weeks to six months, these internships, which can include overseas immersion, let students put their learning into practice.
Yes. At NP, every student gets the chance to go on at least one overseas stint during their three years here. The overseas exposure could be an internship, immersion, exchange programme or community service trip.
Our CCAs range from arts & culture, sports to special interest and community service. There are more than 100 CCAs to choose from.
here for a full listing of the CCAs.
We offer exclusive campus tours, talks and career exhibitions to help students gain insights into the 48 diploma courses that we have. Besides, you can also register your students for enrichment programmes that are specially designed to suit their interests and let them experience how our students live and learn in NP!
here to find out more about the programmes we offer.
Yes. NP promotes a culture of openness, understanding and mutual support to students with Special Education Needs (SEN). Click
here for more information on the range of support services available.
Yes. There are halal food stalls at most of the canteens and food places that NP has. Vegetarian food is available at ‘Makan Place’ in NP.
In addition to the loan schemes, such as the Tuition Fee Loan Scheme and Government Study Loan Scheme, we also offer needy students bursaries and study grants to help them with their educational expenses.
here to find out more about the bursaries and financial help.
At NP, we are on the constant lookout for students with excellent academic results, leadership qualities and diverse talents.
here for an overview of the scholarships available.
Please contact us for any queries relating to the above programmes.