Unsure of your child’s post O-Level education options? Help is just around the corner at Temasek Polytechnic’s (TP) PG Seminar! Our Director of Academic Affairs will provide an overview of an education in TP, as well as information on application requirements and preparation for the Early Admissions Exercise (EAE); and our Principal & CEO, Registrar and TP alumnus will help answer your queries on admission, courses, further education and employment opportunities. With all the relevant information at your fingertips, you can be confident in helping your child make one of the most important decisions in his/her life.Register now! More info on EAE
– Mother of Elson
Elson, graduated with a Diploma in Financial Business Informatics and was the Recipient of
The Lee Kuan Yew Award
– Ricky Sim, Father of Joel
Sim Ecclesiastes Joel,
Hospitality & Tourism Management Alumnus, School of Business
– Juliana Tay, Mother of Joel
Mr Sng Choon Leng will give you an insight into the many opportunities a polytechnic education at TP can provide your child. Ranging from admissions exercises to the career prospects of our graduates, his sharing session will go a long way in helping you guide your child to make one of the most important decisions in his/her life.
Join Mr Peter Lam and Mr Daniel Yeow as they lend their expertise to the panel and answer any queries you may have on a polytechnic education. Completing the three man team is our very own alumnus who will be on hand to provide a student’s perspective on campus life.
We will do our best to answer your questions during the school tours:
Get a first-hand look at the School of Applied Science as participants embark on one of the guided tours of the school's facilities:
Choose to visit any one of the Centres of Excellence in the School of Business:
Wear your creative cap and look forward to a guided tour of the School of Design. Our innovative designers work at our modern facilities and training rooms, created especially for professional development. In the Design Gallery, enjoy the range of works from our first-year foundation studies students to award-winning alumni.
Come explore the modern training facilities at the School of Engineering! Get a first-hand look into the state of the art equipment and innovative teaching methods that not only provide students with a holistic education but also the skills to tackle future challenges.
Learn more about the Humanities and Social Sciences diplomas through course talks and advisement, interaction with lecturers, static exhibitions and hands-on activities - all at the new TP East Wing. Participants will also visit TP's very own on-campus pre-school, Play@TP, the Centre for Applied Gerontology and the Centre for Applied Psychology.
Get a glimpse into the future! Join us for a tour that will showcase the latest technologies and trends in the field of IT. Experience what it means to be a professional in the dynamic and exciting IT industry. Learn about game development, big data & business analytics, cybersecurity & forensics, financial technologies and smart software solutions.
21 Tampines Avenue 1
For more information on the
Parental Guidance (PG) Seminar,
please contact us at:
6780 6027/6780 6556
These are the buses serving TP:
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|Motorcycles||$0.65 per entry|
There is a 15 minutes Grace Period for all vehicles. Parking facilities are available during the polytechnic's operational hours:
Mondays to Fridays: 0630-2230hrs
Campus opening hours
Mondays to Fridays: 0630 - 2230hrs
Saturdays: 0630 - 1800hrs
Beyond these hours, the campus is closed to members of the public, including Sundays and Public Holidays. Students' and alumni's vehicles may be allowed to enter the campus if they have valid reasons or prior approvals to do so, however parking charges will still apply.
Car park lots marked RED are designated for staff members only, while lots marked WHITE are for all motorists including staff, students, visitors and members of the public, etc. The limited numbers of YELLOW lots are strictly reserved for official guests only.
Students, visitors and members of the public are not allowed to park their vehicles in RED lots. Action will be taken against errant motorists, including wheel clamping.
Note: Overnight parking is not allowed.