17 January 2020
Engineering students from Singapore Polytechnic will have the opportunity to take modules from the National University of Singapore and the Singapore University of Technology and Design during their course of study.
These university-level modules will count towards a student’s graduation requirements in Singapore Polytechnic.
To be eligible for the programme, students need a grade point average of 3.6 out of 4 at the end of their first year of polytechnic studies, and be selected through an interview. Students should also preferably have a minimum GCE O-level score of C6 for Additional Mathematics.
SP’s partnership with SUTD is called the SP-SUTD Pathway Programme, and will allow up to 20 students to complete the regular SP curriculum in about five semesters, instead of the usual six.
In SP’s tie-up with NUS, up to 20 students will be able to take NUS modules in the final semester of their polytechnic studies.