As a parent, it’s only natural to have questions about your child’s post O-Level options. Come to our PG Seminar and get all those questions answered – be it on our courses, requirements and preparation for the Early Admissions Exercise (EAE), further education or career opportunities, and more.
Diploma in Biomedical EngineeringWell, I have an older sister who is a TP graduate. So, I had only heard good things about TP from her. Biology was my favourite subject in secondary school and I originally wanted a course that was related to the medical field. However, my Biology teacher asked me to consider TP’s Biomedical Engineering because of the range of potential career opportunities available. Needless to say, I applied and was accepted! And, I’m glad that I did because I’m really enjoying my life in TP, learning how to apply my newfound engineering skills to the biomedical sciences, and coming up with ideas to improve our healthcare industry.
Diploma in Psychology StudiesIn this course, I get to discover how the human brain works and why people do what they do – subjects that I have been fascinated with since I was a young girl. I chose TP’s Psychology Studies course because its modules offer varied experiences, which I think, will be a huge advantage when the time comes for me to pick a major to pursue in university.
Diploma in Communication DesignI grew up in a family inspired by art – my mom does pottery and my aunt is an artist based in Sabah – so I’ve always been encouraged to express myself through art. TP’s Communication Design course had always been my first choice for post-O Level education. That’s because I want to pursue a career as a full-fledged designer and I believe that this is the course that will help me achieve my dream!
Diploma in Chemical EngineeringI was a triple science student in secondary school and I especially loved Chemistry and Physics. TP’s Chemical Engineering course appealed to me because it has elements of my two favourite subjects. I’ve always been fascinated with how materials react with one another – so my aspiration, at the moment, is to pursue a career in material science research at A*STAR and this course is my stepping stone to help make my dream a reality.
Diploma in Financial Business InformaticsMy course trains me in the fundamentals of both finance and IT – strong dual skill sets that I believe will provide me with a promising future. After my O’s, I attended several institutions’ open house events, and I found that I enjoyed TP’s vibe the most. Here, I’ve made amazing friends and I am doing what I want to do – it doesn’t get any better than that.
Diploma in Hospitality & Tourism ManagementYou know that happy and satisfied feeling when you receive impressive service? That’s the reason I wish to pursue a career in this industry. As the first-ever course of its kind offered by a polytechnic, its established reputation and experienced lecturers made it easy for me to choose TP over other institutions.
Our Registrar, Mr Daniel Yeow, kicks off the PG Seminar with an overview of Polytechnic Education and the rewarding experience that TP provides its students with. Mr Sng Choon Leng, Director, Academic Affairs, will run you through the ins and outs of the Early Admissions Exercise (EAE). Hear from him as he gives you valuable insights into how your child can make the most out of his/her 3 choices for EAE.
Join Mr Peter Lam, our Principal & CEO, Mr Daniel Yeow and Mr Sng Choon Leng as they answer your questions on polytechnic education. Ranging from topics such as admissions to the career prospects of our graduates, this Q&A session will go a long way in helping you guide your child to make one of the most important decisions in his/her academic journey.
Tour the amazing facilities at the school of your choice!
|Motorcycles||0700hrs to 2230hrs: $0.65 per parking session
2230hrs to 0700hrs: $0.65 per parking session
(For any parking session, per minute charging based on $0.20 per hour will apply subject to a maximum parking charge of $0.65)
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
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.