You are a Polytechnic Diploma Holder or a Final Year Student from one of the five local polytechnics in Singapore. If you are a graduating student at one of the local polytechnics, you may apply with your cumulative first 5 semesters results. Your application will be evaluated based on your five semesters results. However, you are still required to submit your final semester results as a proof that you have graduated from the diploma course.
- Nanyang Polytechnic
- Ngee Ann Polytechnic
- Republic Polytechnic
- Singapore Polytechnic
- Temasek Polytechnic
In addition to fulfilling the general admission requirements, for application to part-time Computer Science programme, a minimum of 1 year working experience will be required for consideration.
Additional admission and MOE tuition fees subsidy eligibility requirements for Singapore Citizen (SC) and Permanent Resident (PR).
In addition to the above general requirements, with effect from 1 January 2014, all Singapore citizen or Permanent resident applicants who have not previously received government subsidies for their first undergraduate degree programme must meet all subsidy eligibility criteria in order to be considered for admission to part-time undergraduate programmes.
Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident applicants who have not previously received government subsidies for their first undergraduate degree programme can only be admitted if they:
- Are at least 21 years of age^ as at 31 July of the admission year; and
- Have 2 years of full-time working experience^, or
currently employed on a full-time basis, except regular servicemen*, or
males have or will be fully discharged from their full-time NS liability before 8 Aug 2022 (school term start date).
* regular servicemen must have completed at least 2 years of service before the school term start date.
^ Applicants may be granted exemptions from the age and work experience eligibility criteria if:
- Sponsored by the company for the study of the part-time undergraduate degree programme offered; or
- Currently employed in a job role/sector related to the part-time undergraduate degree programme offered.
Important points to take note:
- Full time NSmen (NSF) will not be eligible for disruption from NS for the purpose of pursuing part-time undergraduate education.
- NSF with ORD date after the school term start date will not be eligible for admission as well as subsidy.
- For self-employed individual (e.g. Freelancer, Sole Proprietor), you may be required to submit additional supporting document for further evaluation.
- Part-time employment^ will not be considered as full-time work experience.
^A part-time employee is one who works for less than 35 hours a week, under contract of service
with an employer.
Please click here for more information on tuition fee and MOE Subsidy.
Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident pursuing their second or subsequent degree and international students who do not meet the age and/or work requirement may continue to be considered for admission without also satisfying the subsidy eligibility criteria.
Only Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents are eligible to apply for the MOE Tuition Fee Subsidy.
Computation of University Score
Applicants will be assessed based on their polytechnic results. In addition, the university may consider applicants who have relevant working experience.
List of Acceptable Diplomas
Click here to find out more information on the programmes that you can apply for based on your diploma.
Special Medical Conditions to Note
Please read the special medical conditions before selecting the programme you wish to apply.
- Step 1: Submit application form
- Step 2: Pay application fee
- Step 3: Submit supporting documents
- Step 4: Update/track progress of application
Step 1: Submit application form
There is no hard-copy application form.
Please read the guide before you start your application. Preview your completed application form and print or save a copy for your reference before you click the Submit button.
Your online application has been submitted successfully if
Take note of the unique application number assigned to you (starting with PPXXXXX) and keep the acknowledgement message as proof of application.
Step 2: Pay application fee
Read the payment instructions available at the Application Status Menu and decide on your preferred and appropriate payment option. Learn more about the payment modes and instructions.
Step 3: Submit Supporting Documents
Step 4: Update/Track Progress of Application
By accessing or re-login to the Application Status Menu (via Check Status link) you can
Offer & Acceptance
If you are offered admission, you may click here to accept the part-time offer as indicated on the offer letter.
If you have not received an admission offer from us, you may submit an appeal during the online appeal period as the below table indicated.
If you have accepted the offer, please read the Useful Information and Checklist guide before completing the administrative procedures for the on-line acceptance for part-time programme.
Click here for the Useful Information and Checklist guide.
Important Dates and Deadlines to Note:
|Admissions Stages||Event Actions||Dates / Deadlines|
|Application for Admission||Online Application|| 1 December 2021 |
- 21 February 2022
|Payment of application fee||by 24 February 2022|
|Online submission of supporting documents||by 24 February 2022|
|Offer and Acceptance||Offer/Release of application result||From April 2022|
|Acceptance of offer||By 22 May 2022|
|Online appeal of application result||10 May - 22 May 2022|
|After Acceptance||Online Matriculation||Click here for details|
|Qualifying English Test (QET)||Click here for details|
|Freshmen Welcome Ceremony||Click here for details|