06 October 2018
Two Integrated Programme schools, Dunman High and River Valley High, will be admitting students from other schools who have completed their O levels and who want to study at a junior college.
Under the current system, students in the Integrated Programme can skip the O levels and go straight for their A-level or International Baccalaureate examinations.
Dunman High and River Valley High are the final two IP schools to take part in the annual Joint Admissions Exercise, which allows those with O-level certificates to apply for courses offered by the Institute of Technical Education, junior colleges, Millennia Institute and polytechnics.
The move is part of ongoing efforts to encourage greater diversity in Singapore schools.