Who says playing video games is a waste of time? IT whizz is one of SP's shining stars

11 May 2017

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Growing Maritime Industry in Singapore

11 May 2017

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Despite half year break from school, student fights cancer to enter university

09 May 2017

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Local film maker Alvin Lee meets Matt Damon

09 May 2017

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May 2017 - VASANTHAM Tamil Seithi - Fri 5 May 2017

08 May 2017

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Individuals should take charge of own learning journey: Iswaran

08 May 2017

Sheikh Harun Mohammad Rafik, made a mid-career switch and sought relevant upgrading through SP PACE Academy’s Diploma (Conversion) in Shipping and Marine Offshore. Find out how life-long learning is making a difference for individuals like Sheikh.

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New song from The Zozi

08 May 2017

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From street fighter to top S'pore Poly graduate

08 May 2017

Diploma in Integrated Events and Project Management graduate Muhammad Alfiz Kambali went from teenage delinquent to top student at SP, with the help of his lecturers and friends. Find out here.

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Top poly graduates choose work over university

08 May 2017

Find out why the top SP graduates - Low Guan Onn Award Winner and Diploma in Media and Communication (DMC) Gold Medallist Chong Han Lyn, Tan Kay Yong Gold Medallist and Diploma in Creative Writing for TV and New Media Esther Tan, and Batey Scholar Award and DMC graduate Tracy Ong - chose to work instead of pursuing a degree.

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More PMETs are willing to upskill themselves

08 May 2017

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Discovering and re-discovering heritage through music: Buvaneswaran Ganesan

03 May 2017

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Recycling used parts to create his own computer

03 May 2017

As a child, Benedict Lee will take apart electronic devices just to figure out how they worked. He even built his own computer from scavenged parts during secondary school. Today, the Diploma in Computer Engineering student is graduating as a Lee Kuan Yew Award winner. Find out his inspirational story here.

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Furthering his studies despite owning a company

02 May 2017

Despite having a Degree and owning his own construction company, Md Shariful Islam still enrolled in SP’s Diploma in Civil Engineering with Business three years ago. Find out how SP helped Shariful take his business to another level.

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Dyslexia did not set him back

02 May 2017

Despite battling with Dyslexia at a young age, Mohamad Arif Mohamad Azmi managed to excel in the Diploma in Landscape Architecture course. Today, he is graduating with a GPA of 3.918 and is currently working at Scenic Landscape Pte Ltd as a landscaping executive!

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Open mind shows her a new path

02 May 2017

When Azlinda Jumahat received her O level scores three years ago, she could not get into her dream course (Tourism Management) and was offered the Diploma in Business Information Technology. While disappointed, she decided to approach the course with an open mind and was soon amazed by how Business and IT modules can come together to create meaningful programmes or apps.

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Benefitting from Mendaki Tuition Scheme

02 May 2017

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Increase in teenage suicide numbers

02 May 2017

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Naughty student becomes top graduate

02 May 2017

From delinquent to one of the top graduates from the Class of 2017. Read how SP's Diploma in Integrated Events and Project Management nurtured Muhammad Alfiz Kambali's passion.

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Course made him more confident, articulate

02 May 2017

Mohamed Najulah, who was born with brittle bone disease, had opted to do an engineering diploma but was told during a medical screening that the course might be too strenuous for him. He eventually took up a business information technology diploma as part of the pioneer cohort of the Polytechnic Foundation Programme (PFP). Now one of SP’s top students, Najulah will graduate with a grade point average of 3.89 out of 4.0 and be awarded the Chua Chor Teck gold medal, one of SP’s Institutional Medals!

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New Funan to focus on fun and creativity

28 Apr 2017

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Faster, better job matches? Singapore start-ups look to redefine career searches

27 Apr 2017

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Visa partners polytechnics, S’pore FinTech Association to cultivate future talent

26 Apr 2017

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At the forefront of training

26 Apr 2017

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Plans for new training methods, more career services

26 Apr 2017

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Jobs for the future; Milking technology for all it's worth as Mr Bean expands

24 Apr 2017

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Students compete to recreate Panama Canal locks in Lego

21 Apr 2017

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Smart farming app beats intelligent doorbell in AWS HackDay 2017 Singapore

21 Apr 2017

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Web retailers join hands for membership programme

21 Apr 2017

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S’porean travellers giving US a miss

20 Apr 2017

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Development Plans for Orchard Road

20 Apr 2017

Hello Singapore featured Amos Tan, SP’s Business School Senior Lecturer and Section Head of Marketing and Retail. Amos opined on the long-term viability of closing off Orchard Road to vehicles in a bid to boost its attractiveness for shoppers. Amos also shared his views on how Orchard Road can be rebranded to cater for both locals and tourists. SP’s segment is from 24:20 – 33:41.

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SP grad show showcases creative items

19 Apr 2017

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Female student majors in Engineering despite objections from family

17 Apr 2017

Despite objections from her family, Diploma in Energy Systems and Management graduate Joanna Lum decided to pursue her passion in Engineering. Her hard work over the last three years has paid off as she will be graduating as the top student of her diploma. Read how she found success with Singapore's first School of Engineering.

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Orchard revamp a step in the right direction say experts

11 Apr 2017

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New plant puts the seal on high performance

11 Apr 2017

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The LEGO group builds drone-powered flying cloud that rains candy

10 Apr 2017

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THK charity organization provides medical and other services

10 Apr 2017

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Not chickening out of his dream

10 Apr 2017

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Embrace learning, active aging

10 Apr 2017

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Sampling the future of food innovation in Singapore

10 Apr 2017

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An eye-opening experience at the Silicon Valley

10 Apr 2017

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Singapore marmalade wins award

10 Apr 2017

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Seal's the deal for convenience food

10 Apr 2017

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Sailors do not have a problem going overseas

10 Apr 2017

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MOU provides an easier pathway for diploma holders to become chartered accountants

07 Apr 2017

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Studying while working in the accounting field

07 Apr 2017

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Polytechnics start part-time courses for fresh graduates

06 Apr 2017

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Bumpy road to stardom

05 Apr 2017

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Apr 2017 - Hello Singapore - Tue 4 Apr 2017

05 Apr 2017

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Fast-track for SP accountancy students

05 Apr 2017

Read how SP's Diploma in Accountancy students Jamie Lee and Nur Ariyanni Binte Hamidon are on the fast track to becoming Chartered Accountants in Singapore.

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More determined to venture into the social services field

03 Apr 2017

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