DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (DBA - S71)
The Early Admissions Exercise or EAE is a yearly discretionary admissions exercise that allows SP to select and admit students based on their passion, interests and aptitude apart from academic grades. Learners of all ages are more engaged and tend
to do well while pursuing a course they are passionate about.
If you are an O-level student, ITE student or a working adult interested in enrolling via EAE, read on to find out more information about the assessment and selection process for this course:
The SP Diploma in Business Administration (DBA) course is seeking applicants who are interested and passionate about how businesses work and operate. You should be keen in having a career in the area of innovation, entrepreneurship, digital marketing,
branding and business operations. Applicants should display interests and involvement in activities that showcase the meaningful utilisation of their talents, skills and time in these areas. Such engagements can take many forms such as:
- Co-curricular activities (e.g. clubs and associations)
- Community events or community service projects
- Volunteering or religious activities
- Hobbies or leisure activities
- Small business ventures
You should be able to showcase your efforts and achievements in these areas. We are looking for a genuine display of business & digital savviness, creative/critical thinking skills, collaboration skills and zeal for self-improvement. Our
aim is to develop students with a global mindset and embody characteristics of resilience, responsibility and servant leadership. It is therefore critical that selected students can show interests, a track-record and potential in these areas.
Shortlisted applicants would be required to sit for an aptitude test. The duration of the test is approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes. You will be assessed for your general abilities in areas such as language and numeracy skills, logical thinking and
If you are shortlisted, you will be invited to an online interview to share more about your: