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Why Poly?

Here’s why it will benefit you to pursue engineering at the polytechnics…

Lifelong, relevant skills
A polytechnic education imparts to you not just head knowledge but practical skills that are relevant for your future career.

Hands-on approach for practical learning
You are virtually given on-the-job kind of training. You encounter real life problems. You look for real solutions. Because you are hands-on, you gain experience and are industry-ready.

Academic excellence
You get to learn directly, gaining relevant knowledge and practical skills from excellent, experienced teaching staff who have worked in the industry.

Ample career opportunities
Engineering graduates are well sought after by employers because of the training they get and the skills they acquire. As polytechnic students will undergo internships and attachments, you will be readily connected to potential future employers too.

Further education opportunities
A polytechnic qualification is not an end in itself. Many of our engineering graduates have gone on to pursue further education locally as well as overseas. There are also many continuing education courses available to polytechnic graduates. You can find out more at the polytechnics’ websites.

Well-rounded student life
And, while you are undergoing your polytechnic education, you are also developing personal and leadership qualities through outdoor and classroom learning including overseas trips.

Amazing range of courses!
Get into a course that will open up a whole spectrum of career possibilities spanning across different industries. From aerospace & aviation, biomedical & material sciences, energy science & environment, marine & offshore, media & infocomm technology to mechatronics & robotics and many more… you’ll find engineers constantly in high demand in these industries.

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