Poetry festival at its peak

03 Apr 2017

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STOP10 Apr 2017: ‘Seed’ By Alvin Lee

03 Apr 2017

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She feels lucky to have received guidance from mentors

03 Apr 2017

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McKinsey, A*Star's ARTC to train workers on Industry 4.0

31 Mar 2017

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Uni grad starts own company based on his passion

29 Mar 2017

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Teacher’s anger motivated him to do well

29 Mar 2017

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Career support for Singapore Polytechnic students

28 Mar 2017

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Daring to venture into property management despite working in the petroleum sector for 20 years

27 Mar 2017

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Singapore Polytechnic signs MOU with e2i

27 Mar 2017

SP’s Diploma in Business Information Technology student Mohamed Najulah, who joined the poly as part of its pioneer Polytechnic Foundation Programme (PFP), was born with brittle bone disease and has been using a wheelchair for his safety. With his experience, he developed an app to detect wheelchair-friendly paths. Get inspired by SP Model Student Najulah!

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Students' kit can detect Zika and dengue faster

27 Mar 2017

Three students from SP’s Diploma in Biomedical Science (DBS) – Serena Song, Lau Xue Ru and Rachel Chua – devised a kit that detects and distinguishes between the Zika and dengue virus. The team won the Polytechnic Student Research Programme (PSRP) Award.

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Upskilling for a changing world

27 Mar 2017

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Actively sharing IT knowledge with youth and the community

27 Mar 2017

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Singapore Polytechnic and e2i collaborate to train students and PMETs

27 Mar 2017

SP’s Diploma in Business Information Technology student Mohamed Najulah, who joined the poly as part of its pioneer Polytechnic Foundation Programme (PFP), was born with brittle bone disease and has been using a wheelchair for his safety. With his experience, he developed an app to detect wheelchair-friendly paths. Get inspired by SP Model Student Najulah!

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What's Next: March 24, 2017

24 Mar 2017

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He scored more than 20 points for O levels but worked hard in Poly

20 Mar 2017

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Social entrepreneurs flock to SIF workshop

17 Mar 2017

SP’s Diploma in Business Information Technology student Mohamed Najulah, who joined the poly as part of its pioneer Polytechnic Foundation Programme (PFP), was born with brittle bone disease and has been using a wheelchair for his safety. With his experience, he developed an app to detect wheelchair-friendly paths. Get inspired by SP Model Student Najulah!

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Showing the kampung spirit in his project

14 Mar 2017

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Designing a cheerful workspace

14 Mar 2017

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Designing a space to connect the young and old

14 Mar 2017

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Singtel ties up with polytechnics to help SMEs

14 Mar 2017

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Creating an ideal workspace for collaboration

14 Mar 2017

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SP’s Diploma in Applied Drama and Psychology gains internship opportunity with 6 social and community service agencies

13 Mar 2017

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Enhanced internships for Singapore Poly students

13 Mar 2017

SP signed a Memorandum of Understanding with six social and community service agencies to roll out enhanced internship programmes for the Diploma in Applied Drama with Psychology (DADP) students. Final year DADP student Bryan Tan was among a group of students who benefited from the pilot 18-week enhanced internship last year. Read to find out more.

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Happenings - Arts

10 Mar 2017

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Singapore Polytechnic signs MOU to provide internship opportunities for students

10 Mar 2017

SP’s Diploma in Business Information Technology student Mohamed Najulah, who joined the poly as part of its pioneer Polytechnic Foundation Programme (PFP), was born with brittle bone disease and has been using a wheelchair for his safety. With his experience, he developed an app to detect wheelchair-friendly paths. Get inspired by SP Model Student Najulah!

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Committee of Supply debate: Ministry of Education; New diploma to help ITE grads take on larger roles

08 Mar 2017

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Engineering student put her designs on the Line

06 Mar 2017

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From bad boy to model student at Singapore Polytechnic

01 Mar 2017

SP’s Diploma in Chemical Engineering final-year student Liew Zheng Jie was caned for playing truant at age 11 and his bad behaviour continued when he was in Unity Secondary School until he was appointed the class rep in Secondary 4. The responsibility made him a better student and now Zhengjie is our SP Model Student.

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Budget debate; Thinking out of the box

01 Mar 2017

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Where there’s a wheel, there’s a way

01 Mar 2017

SP’s Diploma in Business Information Technology student Mohamed Najulah, who joined the poly as part of its pioneer Polytechnic Foundation Programme (PFP), was born with brittle bone disease and has been using a wheelchair for his safety. With his experience, he developed an app to detect wheelchair-friendly paths. Get inspired by SP Model Student Najulah!

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Popularity of job matching applications will continue to increase

27 Feb 2017

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Tanjong Pagar railway station as an oasis of calm?

27 Feb 2017

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Graduation/End Of Year Showcase (EoYS) - Stretto And Interlude

24 Feb 2017

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Beyond just an act of social service

23 Feb 2017

SP's Diploma in Applied Drama and Psychology alumna and social worker, Noor Izzaty Ishak, is putting the skills and knowledge she picked up in the course to good use. Find out how she uses applied drama to reach out to marginalised communities.

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Singtel moves to seize opportunity in cyber security

21 Feb 2017

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Nine more firms offer career support for national athletes

20 Feb 2017

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Qualification and experience is not enough to get a new job

20 Feb 2017

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Fast forward to the future; Help NSmen stay abreast of rapid changes in IT

20 Feb 2017

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Polys, unis to run more modular courses

17 Feb 2017

Starting a family did not stop SP's Diploma in Mechanical Engineering graduate Mohamed Johannes Wahid from continuing his passion in learning. With the help of SP's Professional & Adult Continuing Education Academy, Johannes took up a modular course in Maritime and Offshore Operations. Find out how modular courses are helping working adults like Johannes.

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Rising demand for fashionable plus-size clothing fuelling the growth of industry here

16 Feb 2017

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Tourists give local businesses a big boost

15 Feb 2017

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Xinyao contest back with new music programme

15 Feb 2017

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Students to get hands-on experience with real-world tech problems

14 Feb 2017

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Her artistic talents get recognised

13 Feb 2017

Since the age of two, SP’s Visual Communication and Media Design (DVMD) student, Norazizah Hood, had loved art. She went on to study visual communication at the Institute of Technical Education and graduated with a perfect GPA. Today, she is an SP scholar and is pursuing her passion!

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A passion for research

13 Feb 2017

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Girl understands the hardships of fishing

13 Feb 2017

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Over 6000 students sign up for Advanced Elective Modules

13 Feb 2017

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Home-based beauty businesses on the rise in Singapore

09 Feb 2017

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Big-name boutiques and home salons can co-exist, say experts

09 Feb 2017

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Platform 1094’s Harry Potter appeal goes global

07 Feb 2017

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