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When SP's first work-and-train programme for foreign students kicks off on in March 2008, up to 100 students from Shanghai will be immersed in Singapore's culture, lifestyle, study and work environment.
Not even the rainy weather could suppress the roaring energy of the student performers, who gave it their all in front of an appreciative audience. Oops has the scoop.
Oops checks out the SP-Y Plain English Speaking Award (PESA) Finals
After a highly successful launch of Oops! in July early this year, the magazine makes a highly anticipated comeback across all 6 foodcourts recently.
Singapore Polytechnic and Sribima Maritime Training Centre set up safety training centre for oil and gas industry
Besides picking up food-processing skills, food safety and handling know-how, students will be encouraged to experiment and create new food products.
A true demonstration of the power of Prosumerism, the Centre for Experience Design has created an Experience Design platform where everyone is invited partake in the experience of collaboratively designing the Low Wong Fook Challenge Trophy
The multi-disciplinary course will train students to apply drama and psychology to address social issues like ageing and drug abuse.
Among the new initiatives born from this collaboration is the launch of the new option "Computer Generated Effects" in the Diploma in Digital Media course
Singapore Polytechnic students get real world working experience in the travel industry, through an initiative made possible by the School of Business and a local tour agency.
MPs participated in relay race and shot archery arrows together with SP staff and students in a symbolic gesture to show their support.
SP students show off their charm and wit at the recent Mr and Miss Singapore Polytechnic pageant.
Sazali Abdul Aziz, a recent School of Business graduate, has won the Story of the Year Award for his insightful football feature published in Today newspaper.
The School of the Built Environment is the first in SP history to stake their claim on the prestigious Low Wong Fook Challenge Trophy, which celebrates the experience of rethinking design for humane-centred solutions
Download the latest issue, which includes stories on SP alumni such singing sensation Kelly Poon and fish biologist Charles Chan (pdf, 5.4mb)
Singapore Polytechnic shows its support for our nation's bid by encouraging staff, students and friends to place their well wishes on the "Hands Up for Singapore Youth Olympic Games 2010" boards during the Global Cultural Festival.
SP collaborates with Symantec to establish infocomm security lab and training opportunities for Diploma in Infocomm Security Management students.
For the sixth year in running, Singapore Maritime Academy (SMA) of Singapore Polytechnic has won the prestigious Lloyd's List Maritime Asia Award 2007 as best training institution for training and crewing in the maritime industry.
Healthy gourmet treats Rainbow Rice and Coffee Button score SP students awards at recent Food Product Concept Competition
School of Business students got an experience of a lifetime when they got the opportunity to spend 3 weeks at a Nordic study camp.
SP students have done exceptionally well at the international competition, clinching 2 golds, a bronze and a Medallion for Excellence.
Staff from various schools and departments scrambled around campus on Wednesday afternoon in the 4th annual Amazing Green Race 2007, which was held concurrently with the Staff and Student Games
Muhammad Dzahir Bin Mohamed Zain is the fifth recipient from the School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering to be given this award since 2003.
Diploma in Information Communication Technology (DICT) students wins National Infocomm Competition Quiz again, for the second time in a row.
The Self Access Fair was recently organised by the Department of Language & Communication & SP Library
During the launch, SP also announces adoption of Kallang River (Bishan Park) under PUB's Active, Beautiful, Clean (ABC) Waters programme.
Over 500 students, staff and alumni gathered at the SP Convention Centre on Wednesday to say thanks and pay tribute to our Principal Mr Low Wong Fook, who will be retiring at the end of the year.
Four SP students will be travelling to Shizuoka, Japan as part of the Singapore contingent to represent our nation at the WorldSkills Competition 2007.
Singapore Poly launches On-line Learning Portal to support growing maritime industry in Asia Pacific and South Asia in partnership with Teledata Marine Solutions
Successful School of Business graduates who have made it great return to SP to share stories about running their own business.
Fusion - Ticket to the World
Principal Low Wong Fook has launched the Designing The Low Wong Fook Challenge Trophy project on October 18th by placing his first magical touch on the interactive touch foil at the Main Library.
Blue Earth Greening 2007, a website competition with a green twist, promotes awareness of climate change to youths through the innovative use of IT.
Singapore Maritime Academy announces launch of $0.5m maritime satellite communication centre and scholarships worth $260,000 during 50th Anniversary Gala Dinner
SP students wow judges with their knockout performances in drama competition.
E-seminar organised by SP offers tips and advice to youths on how to set up their online business.
Five first-year students from the Diploma in Environmental Management & Water Technology course receive scholarships and internship opportunities from PUB
The first prize winners from the School of Media and Info-Communications Technology will be representing Singapore in the Asia Pacific ICT Awards in November.
Singapore Polytechnic students excelled at a competition to design and construct earthquake resistant building models recently.
R.I.O.T (Revolutionary Ideas, Out-of-the-Box Thinking) is a showcase of SP's efforts in Creativity, Innovation and Enterprise.
Lecturer Mr Toh Ser Khoon shares with MyPaper some tips on how to fly model aeroplanes.
Oops! Back to School
A group of business students and lecturers put up with unfamiliar and challenging conditions to bring cheer to Hope Village in Cambodia.
Students travel to India to train at one of the world's leading eye hospital and use their skills to help villagers.
The winners for Oops! National Day Photographic Contest are revealed. One Nation. Four Different Languages. One Common Love.
Our heartiest congratulations to the winners of the competition.
Diploma in Integrated Events and Project Management students get real-world working experience of organizing of a large-scale event
Mr Tan Hang Cheong was appointed as Principal (Designate) of Singapore Polytechnic with effect from 1 Sep 2007. He will succeed Mr Low Wong Fook, the current Principal, when Mr Low retires at the end of 2007.
Congrats to Diploma in Digital Media students Lam Oi Keat (Gold) and Grace Ng (Silver) for their wins.
SMIT student Dennis Lee is member of team that won the 'Excellence in Technical Achievement' award at the recent games creation competition.
Student Personal Development Week - What a blast!
SP students get the opportunity to nurture their leadership skills.
Congratulations to the teams from the School of Business who won the top three positions of the competition.
SP students clinch top awards at GXL Season 01 Finals
Jonathan Lim Yu, a graduate from SP with a Diploma in Architecture with Merit in 2007, clinched the First Prize in the prestigious 2007 Bentley Systems CADD International Competition.
Launched in May 2007, the SP Scholar Programme aims to attract outstanding "O" Level students and develop them to be leaders.
While the rest of us were enjoying the spectacular National Day Parade (NDP) this year, students from SMIT were toiling away behind eight cameras providing live feed for the large screens at Marina Bay and also for the live webcast.
Congratulations to 2 of our students for winning prestigious prizes in the PTC Worldwide Design Challenge 2007.
Ten SP students were in Japan recently for an exchange programme. Read about their experiences here.
The Department of Mathematics and Science recently held a Sudoku Challenge for SP students, with a special round for academic staff. It generated much interest among the campus population.
Media & Comm@BizSP recently organised the event "Stories!Stories!" for 400 secondary school students.
SMIT students serve the nation at NDP 2007
Questions were answered and nagging worries put to rest when some 250 parents and first year students of EEE attended the SEEE Open House.
Oops! writers celebrate 9th August in SP! Also, pick your favourite National Day photo and win prizes!
Diploma in Tourism & Resort Management Students Get Practical Service Experience
Following the success of the SP musical 'SuperStar', SMIT lecturer Jimmy Ye has gone on to add yet another feather in his cap this time by providing the music and lyrics of this year's National Day songs.
SP team bags 3 awards at the National A Capella Championships 2007
Eco study trip fuels student's passion to spread environmental awareness to other youths.
Students from the School of Design took part in the attempt to build the "World's Largest Packaged Product Display" recently.
School of Business students Cheng Sin and Brenda who went on a two and a half month attachment to Disney World at Orlando, Florida shared their tales at the latest PETs@Library (Personal Experience Talks) session.
Over 1,050 staff, students, alumni and secondary school students took part in the annual Poly 50 campus relay run on 11 July 2007.
Congrats to the team of students from the Diploma in Infocomm Security Management course for winning the 'Defend The Flag' competition.
Did you miss the biggest party in SP? Oops!, SP's very own lifestyle magazine had its inaugural launch party last Friday.
Jasmine Ong was the only Singaporean to make it into the finals of a recent international toy design contest.
Despite the challenges of studying at a foreign land, SP alumni had achieved outstanding academic results.
EEE student wins top prizes in two game categories of the Inter-School Cyber Challenge 2007.
Congrats to the team from SMIT "JonShonRonVon" on winning the Imagine Cup!
Thiru will run one lap for every $100 raised. Please support this worthy cause!
Thanks to EEE's National Junior Solar Sprint Competition, mini-solar car racing among local schools has gained momentum.
Giving the local food industry a boost, Singapore Polytechnic partnered SPRING Singapore to launch the Food Innovation and Resource Centre (FIRC) recently.
The 47th Graduation Ceremony will be remembered for its many firsts.
Freshmen hit the streets of Singapore for a worthy cause.
Thank you to all the companies that have been actively supporting SP's ITP Programme.
Two of SP's finest have once again done us proud when they both won the Silver Standard in the Digital Art Competition on the Environment, organised by the British Council.
SP students show that coming from different schools doesn't mean they can't work together.
Commercialised student-developed local condiment set to give foreign salad dressings a run for their money
SP students win awards at the Creme Awards, held in conjunction with the Singapore Fashion Design Week.
Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn of Thailand popped by SP for a visit.
A vow to carry on father's unfulfilled music career wins top music recording award for SP student
SP students show how ordinary chairs can be individualised and project its own personalities.
Chinese polytechnic welcomes its first batch of SP students on exchange program
SP's annual Excellence Awards Ceremony always sees its outstanding students honoured. This year, it’s not just celebrating the achievements of the 67 students and 5 groups, but also club advisors who have provided good guidance and advice.
School of Business opens new centre for entrepreneurship
SP students gives traditional glutinous rice balls a delicious make-over
Congratulations to the students from the DICT course
Experiencing the Diploma in Media and Communication Course in 15 different ways
Intake increased due to strong demand from potential candidates.
Read what our graduates have to say
A record of 1,500 parents and potential students came for SP's Parents' Seminar.
Ruth Chen, a first year Optometry student, shares her cross-cultural experience in Hokkaido, Japan.
Students picked up language skills & learnt how to locate library resources more effectively.
Students sharing their experiences of their recent School of Business UK study trip.
SP students embark on Singapore/Miyazaki Friendship Exchange Programme
21 students and staff from SP, visited the Cultural Orphanage on 18 December 06 and donated 1,500 English books to its library. Read about this humanitarian effort by our students.