The new mechanical engineering curriculum is designed to equip its graduates for the knowledge-based economy. Strong foundations in key mechanical engineering concepts are introduced in their early years. Complementing it are courses with analytical, experimental and practical problem-solving skills to give our students an all-rounded training experience. The broader coverage of the engineering fundamentals, with specialisation through electives allow graduates to seek employment in a variety of sectors of the economy.
An overview of the 4-year curriculum is illustrated below:
|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3||Year 4|
* Students who fail Qualifying English Test (QET) should read English Proficiency (HW0001) in their Year 1, Semester 1.
Major Prescribed Electives
Students are allowed to choose their Major Prescribed Electives from any 2 specialisation groups. Students who have read at least three (3) courses from one specialisation would be deemed to have specialised.
- Applicants who have a Diploma in Mechanical / Manufacturing Engineering or an equivalent qualification from one of the local polytechnics in Singapore. Final year polytechnic students are welcome to apply. For the list of acceptable diplomas, please click here.
- Admission is based on academic merit and preference is given to those with working experience.
- All who gain admission and are enrolled in the part-time Mechanical Engineering programme are required to have accumulated at least one year of full-time technical work experience by the end of their 2nd year of study in order to satisfy the practical components of the curriculum.
Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents
The Ministry of Education (MOE) provides funding to subsidize the cost of part-time degree programmes for Singapore Citizens (SC) and Singapore Permanent Residents (SPR). For applicants who are SC or SPR, please click here for the additional requirements for admission and the MOE Tuition Fee Subsidy.
The application and the closing dates will be advertised in the local newspapers in December and January of each year and courses will commence in August each year.
Please apply online at the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid website at:
From AY2015-16 onwards, the course fee is charged based on the number of academic units enrolled for each semester. Singaporeans and PRs will continue to enjoy subsidies from MOE, and can apply for study loans. More details on fees are available here.
Miscellaneous fees are not covered by the tuition fee and subsidies. These compulsory annual miscellaneous fees are charged for registration, IT facilities, students’ activity, insurances, as well as academic-related services. More details on miscellaneous fees are available here.
For queries on the programme, application procedures, submission of documents or problems encountered during online application, please contact:
|Office of Admissions and Financial Aid||Nanyang Technological University|
Student Services Centre, Level 2
42 Nanyang Avenue
Tel: 6790 5792/5055
|Operating Hours||Mondays to Thursdays - 8:30a.m. to 5:45p.m.|
Fridays - 8:30a.m. to 5:15p.m.
Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays