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39 exciting courses – one to fit every interest.
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While we’re unable to meet you in person because there is no physical open house event, you can always join us for our virtual Open House and see what we’re all about at Ngee Ann Polytechnic. Tour our facilities, discover our courses, attend taster classes, and enjoy a virtual campus experience – anytime, anywhere.
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We’re bringing to life the best of the NP experience through a series of exciting programmes.
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Here’s what our students have to say about how awesome NP is!
“I handled the accounts for Samsui Kitchen, a social enterprise that hires prison inmates to prepare meals for nursing home residents. I was glad that I could apply my accountancy skills to my real job, and yet do good at the same time.” – Class of 2020, Accountancy.
She interned at Samsui Kitchen, under the Civic Internship Programme
“LSCT provided me with extensive hands-on training and critical thinking skills, both of which are necessary to pursue a career in research.“ – Diploma in Molecular Biotechnology, Class of 2011
Yi Ning was the first polytechnic graduate to receive the A*STAR National Science Scholarship to study neuroscience at University College London. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Brain & Cognitive Sciences at the Massachussetts Institute of Technology.
“During my four-month internship at ST Engineering, I collected confidential data from different drone signals and used machine learning techniques to deal with rogue drones. I even picked up the Python programming language from scratch to develop a counter-drone software. Not only did I gain real-world exposure, the experience honed my communication, networking, and problem-solving skills.” – Class of 2020, Electronic and Computer Engineering. She interned at ST Engineering (Electronics Sector), under the Future City Programme.
“I started an online business offering meal kits, to help people prepare delicious meals in 15 minutes or less. Taking modules in entrepreneurship in my second year taught me to manage finance, logistics and order tracking in the business. I believe that cooking is an act of love and an opportunity to empower people around me.” -Currently a Year 3 Business Studies student. Also the founder of Mise En Place, a meal kit service.
“First aid skills can make a difference between life and death. In the Lifeguard club, we get to
learn essential life skills, including CPR and how to understand the water. I am more confident in my ability to respond should an emergency arise.” – Class of 2018, Biomedical Science
“As a software engineer, I spearheaded a project to automate scripts on a cloud server and ensured that technical problems from clients were resolved quickly. In addition, I collaborated with a course mate to develop a platform to verify e-commerce users. Knowing that I have played a part in contributing to the growth of the startup gave me a great sense of achievement!” – Class of 2020, Information Technology. Global Entrepreneurship Internship Programme (GEIP) at Strikedeck, Silicon Valley
“I have always been interested in developing mobile apps since secondary school. I hope to use my skills to improve the security and access of banking services in the future. My proudest moment after bringing home the bronze medal at the WorldSkills competition in Kazan, was a personal mention by PM Lee on his Facebook page!” – Class of 2020, Information Security & Forensics (now renamed the Diploma in Cybersecurity & Digital Forensics). Winner of the Ngee Ann Kongsi Gold Medal and Lee Kuan Kew Award.
“I embarked on several internships to gain exposure to industry-level projects, and my efforts were rewarded during a six-month internship at Shanghai in my final year, where I got a job offer before I graduated! Another highlight of my poly life was when I won first prize at an Omni Remote Design competition. I hope to impact the lives of others through design.” – Class of 2020, Product Design and Innovation (now renamed the Diploma in Design). Winner of the Lee Kuan Yew Award and Ngee Ann Polytechnic Award
“I joined canoe polo because it is intense and challenging. More than just passing a ball and trying to score, the sport requires strategising, speed-fire reflexes and accuracy in the midst of chaos. But
It has made me a more resilient and stronger person. Moreover, it gets my adrenaline pumping!” – Class of 2019, Environmental & Water Technology
“Seeing local handmade jewellery shops inspired me to try making my own crafts and launch my own business! Through experimenting with designs and making friends in the industry, I’ve learned ways to manage my page and sell my products. From vases and coasters to necklaces and custom-made gifts, it brings me great joy to see my customers wearing my products, which makes all the hard work worthwhile.” – Year 2, Early Childhood Development & Education. Founder of The Scarlet Links, a handmade jewellery shop
“Interning at a fintech company in Dubai opened my eyes to how tech solutions can be used creatively to improve lives. This inspired me to start TINK together with my friends, to help our local hawkers go digital! For example, we helped them to boost their social media presence and create online ordering systems.” – Class of 2020, Financial Informatics (now renamed the Diploma in Data Science). Winner of Chairman’s Award at NP’s Student Excellence Awards
“From winning third place at a hackathon to networking with top cybersecurity professionals, my time at MEETiG8 was incredible! My work allowed me to delve into several fields, ranging from web design, recruitment, digital marketing, to launching a new business venture. Working abroad grew my self-confidence and I made so many friends from around the globe.” – Class of 2020, Banking & Finance. She interned at MEETIG8, under the Global Entrepreneurial Internship Programme