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Ngee Ann Polytechnic

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Type  Public
Principal  Clarence Ti Boon Wee
Phone  +65 6466 6555
Founded  1963
Established  1963
Location  Clementi, Singapore
Campus size  34 ha
Number of students  15,661
Jurisdiction  Government of Singapore
Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Address  535 Clementi Rd, Singapore 599489
Undergraduate tuition and fees  Local tuition: 2,200 SGD (2011)
Notable alumni  Anthony Chen, Jean Danker, Sim Wong Hoo, Alan Tam, Jamie Yeo
Similar  Nanyang Polytechnic, Singapore Polytechnic, Temasek Polytechnic, Nanyang Technological University, National University of Singap

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Ngee Ann Polytechnic (Abbreviation: NP) is an institution of higher learning (IHL) in Singapore with more than 15,000 full-time and 2,000 part-time students, staff of more than 1,600 and 145,000 alumni. As an industry-oriented alternative to a broader based high school education, polytechnic graduates in Singapore are sought after for work or many continue to complete university degrees. In contrast to polytechnics in the United States and UK, polytechnics in Singapore admit the majority of their students after middle school which is after 10 years of formal education. Diplomas in a specialized area of study, for example Biomedical Science, are awarded after completing 3 years of studies.


The polytechnic was established in 1963 as Ngee Ann College with 116 students. The current campus size is 33.6 hectares located in Clementi Road, Singapore.

The polytechnic offers 49 full-time diploma courses covering diverse interests from business, design and environment, media and the humanities to engineering, technology, health and life sciences.The courses are offered through 9 academic schools. The polytechnic also offers part-time programmes for adult learners through the CET Academy.

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Academic schools

  • School of Business & Accountancy
  • School of Design & Environment
  • School of Engineering
  • School of Film & Media Studies
  • School of Health Sciences
  • School of Humanities & Social Sciences
  • School of InfoComm Technology
  • School of Life Sciences & Chemical Technology
  • School of Interdisciplinary Studies
  • The polytechnic also offers part-time programmes for adult learners through the CET Academy. Established in 1985, the CET Academy now trains more than 10,000 adults and conducts over 200 courses every year. Through a series of lectures, workshops, seminars and conferences, students are able to interact and gain new expertise with fellow students and lecturers.

    Ngee Ann Learning Model

    The polytechnic was one of the first institutions of higher learning to articulate a broad-based and multidisciplinary approach to learning. The Ngee Ann Learning Model (NLM) was developed with the understanding that Singapore’s knowledge-based economy requires well-rounded, employable individuals with both hard and soft skills.

    Under the NLM, students can choose from some 70 elective modules in areas such as business communication, innovation and enterprise, culture and communication, personal mastery and development, arts and humanities, design, and science and technology. These modules make up 15 percent of the curriculum and are offered by the School of Interdisciplinary Studies.

    Unique learning platforms

    The polytechnic offers some unique learning platforms, which include:

  • Dialogue in the Dark, a social enterprise run by the School of Humanities & Social Sciences
  • m:idea, a media conglomerate operated by students from the School of Film & Media Studies
  • Greenhub, a learning facility in the lush greenery of a park, for landscape design and horticulture students
  • Programmes and scholarships

  • The NP Youth Academy setup by the polytechnic offers programmes for every student anchored in the areas of leadership, character building, and personal development.
  • The Christieara Programme is a talent development programme designed to stretch the potential of high performing students through flagship initiatives such as Overseas Merit Fellowships and Service Learning trips.
  • The polytechnic awards more than 1,000 scholarships every year, and over 6,000 students benefit from financial grants amounting to about $15 million a year.
  • The polytechnic offers more than 100 student clubs and societies in sports, arts & culture, special interests, and community service.
  • The Sandbox is an innovation incubator providing resources and mentorship to enable students to turn their ideas into reality, and promoting entrepreneurship.
  • Overseas exposure

    More than 4,000 students from the polytechnic go on an overseas trip every year.

    Sports and recreation

  • Convention Centre
  • Sports Complex
  • Music Box
  • Seventy3
  • Studio 27
  • [email protected]
  • The [email protected], apartment block for students
  • The Attic
  • Eco-Pond
  • Atrium
  • Student Plaza
  • Co-Op (Mini Mart)
  • Lifestyle Library
  • GymWerkz
  • Adventure Park
  • Swimming Pool (Olympic-sized)
  • Basketball court
  • Tennis court (Rooftop)
  • Track and Field
  • Squash court
  • Futsal court
  • Netball court
  • Optometry Centre
  • Green Mall
  • Lien Ying Chow Library

  • Lifestyle Library
  • Academic Library
  • Wealth Creation InfoCentre
  • Lien Ying Chow Gallery
  • Electronic Resources and Databases
  • OPAC
  • Food

  • Makan Place @ Blk 51
  • Munch @ Blk 73
  • Poolside @ Blk 16
  • Food Club @ Blk 22
  • Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf @ Blk 58
  • Cupplets @ Sports Complex
  • Subway @ Makan Place
  • Old Chang Kee @ Munch
  • Each A Cup @ Lifestyle Library
  • Recognition

    The polytechnic was conferred the Singapore Quality Class Star Award for demonstrating business excellence. The polytechnic was also awarded the President’s Award for the Environment in 2014.


    The polytechnic produces outstanding graduates every year, which include:

  • 10 Public Service Commission (PSC) Scholars
  • 7 accepted into NUS Medical School
  • 12 Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) Scholars
  • 1st Singaporean to win Cannes and Golden Horse Awards
  • Notable alumni

  • Anthony Chen - Filmmaker and first Singaporean to win the Camera d'Or award in the Cannes Film Festival
  • Alan Tam - Music Artiste
  • Alaric Tay- Actor
  • Andie Chen - Actor
  • Boo Junfeng - Filmmaker
  • Cruz Teng - Programme Director at MediaCorp 93.3FM
  • Derrick Hoh - Music Artiste
  • Douglas Gan - Serial Entrepreneur and Angel Investor
  • Jamie Yeo - Presenter at ESPN and Radio DJ at Gold 90.5FM
  • Jean Danker - Radio DJ at MediaCorp Class 95FM
  • Lee Li Lian - Member of Parliament, Singapore
  • Nick Teo - Actor
  • Richard Yeo Swee Chye - Scientist, Inventor & Founder of SuperUSA Nutrition Inc & Multi Sensing Inc
  • Sim Wong Hoo - Founder of Creative Technology
  • Tzang Merwyn Tong - Filmmaker
  • Vanessa Fernandez - Music Artiste and Programme Director at MediaCorp 987FM
  • Vernetta Lopez - Radio DJ at MediaCorp Gold 90.5FM
  • References

    Ngee Ann Polytechnic Wikipedia

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