Matriculation

Matriculation marks the formal admission of the student into SIT.

It carries with it the agreement to abide by the rules set by SIT. This would include rules on payment of tuition fees and other related costs and use of services and facilities offered to all students.

Matriculation letters will be sent to students via email to inform them of online matriculation and the application window for financial assistance schemes.

Students are highly encouraged to read the Matriculation letter thoroughly in particular the last page of the letter which contains the comprehensive checklist for submission of important documents and their corresponding due dates.

If students do not receive their Matriculation letter after their acceptance, please contact the SIT Admissions Division at (+65) 6592 1136 or email adm@SingaporeTech.edu.sg.

Acceptance of Offers and Appeals

Acceptance of Offers

After the SIT - Admissions Selection Committee has approved application for admission, an offer letter will be emailed to applicants' email account.

Applicants have to log in to the Student Admission Portal to accept the offer* made before the stipulated due date. Acceptance of the offer can also be made by completing the acceptance form attached in the offer letter through email. The completed acceptance form must be scanned and emailed to adm@SingaporeTech.edu.sg by the stipulated due date or by fax to (+65) 6592 1127.

 

*Applicants who have applied for January 2012 intake will receive the application outcome through an email sent to the applicants. The completed acceptance form must be scanned and emailed to adm@SingaporeTech.edu.sg by the stipulated due date or by fax to (+65) 6592 1127.



Appeals

Entry to SIT is competitive and SIT is unable to offer a place to every applicant.

If the applicant would like the SIT Admissions Selection Committee to reconsider the application based on new or different information, please login to your account and click on the appeal link provided.

All appeals are considered on their merit, the nature and strength of newly submitted information. It may take several weeks to process. The final decision will be communicated through email.

Application Process

All applications must be submitted via the online application form.
A copy of the Degree Programme Handbook can be downloaded for reference.

The online application form comprises the following 9 simple steps. Upon completing these 9 steps, applicants must remember to click 'submit'. Thereafter, a confirmation email with an application number will be sent to acknowledge that the application has been submitted.

application process flowchart

Document Submission for Local Diploma Holders

Applicants are required to submit all the following documents by uploading them onto the online application form:

  1. NRIC (front and back)/Passport (particulars page only if NRIC is not applicable or available)/11B (if NRIC is not available);
  2. GCE O-Level results/SPM results (all sittings) – input subject name and grade according to what is shown in the certificate;
  3. E1119 result/ITE Certificate/SAT result (where applicable);
  4. Polytechnic results uploaded in chronological order; i.e. from the 1st semester to the 6th semester, if applicable. Results must be official documents taken from polytechnic website with the applicant’s polytechnic name indicated on the results or transcripts. Results that do not show the polytechnic name or unofficial copies will not be accepted.


Please see samples of Polytechnic results formats required:


Applicants must ensure that all transcripts/academic results are uploaded online. Please follow the following instructions if you are unclear on how to do so:  

  1. Do a print-screen of your transcript/academic result.
  2. Paste it into Microsoft Word.
  3. Once you have pasted all the required transcripts/results to Microsoft Word, save the file as a .doc file.
  4. Close the file. Upload the file on the online application form. Kindly ensure that Microsoft Word is closed first before uploading the document.
  5. Alternatively, applicants can also scan and save the required documents in pdf or zip format.

Document Submission for A-Level & IB Holders

Applicants are required to submit all the following documents by uploading them onto the online application form:

  1. NRIC (front and back)/Passport (particulars page only if NRIC is not applicable or available)/11B (if NRIC is not available);
  2. GCE O-Level results/SPM results (all sittings) – input subject name and grade according to what is shown in the certificate;
  3. E1119 result/ITE Certificate/SAT result (where applicable);
  4. A-Levels/IB/High School Year 12 results. Scanned official transcripts and certificates must clearly show the logo and name of the awarding institution. Unofficial copies which do not bear the logo/name/seal of the awarding institution will not be accepted.


Items 2-3 must be scanned into one single document.

Applicants must ensure that all transcripts/academic results are uploaded online. Please follow the following instructions if you are unclear on how to do so:  

  1. Do a print-screen of your transcript/academic result.
  2. Paste it into Microsoft Word.
  3. Once you have pasted all the required transcripts/results to Microsoft Word, save the file as a .doc file.
  4. Upload the file on the online application form. Kindly ensure that Microsoft Word is closed first before uploading the document.
  5. Alternatively, applicants can also scan and save the required documents in pdf or zip format.

Additional Document Submissions

Some programmes have specific additional admission requirements which may include the submission of additional documents.

Please refer to Additional Requirements for more details.

Admission Requirements - Local Diplomas

Admission Requirements - Local Diplomas

SIT was established in 2009 as an initiative by the Ministry of Education to provide upgrading opportunities primarily for polytechnic graduates.

Applicants, regardless of nationality, should present a Diploma from one of the following Polytechnics in Singapore to be eligible for consideration:

  • Nanyang Polytechnic
  • Ngee Ann Polytechnic
  • Republic Polytechnic
  • Singapore Polytechnic
  • Temasek Polytechnic


Final Semester Polytechnic students may apply for admission with their first five semesters' results within the stipulated timeframe. Students must then upload their 6th semester result upon receiving it, as proof that they have graduated from their diploma courses.

Please refer to the list of relevant polytechnic diplomas for the respective degree programmes.

Applicants with certain medical conditions may still apply for some programmes. Please read Special Medical Conditions to Note for more information.

Former or current students of the National University of Singapore (NUS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore Management University (SMU) or Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) seeking admission may also apply.


Holistic Assessment for Admission

SIT adopts a holistic approach in assessing applicants for admission by considering the following criteria:

  • Diploma from one of the five local polytechnics
  • Singapore-Cambridge GCE O-Level results * (where applicable)
  • Work experience/Internships
  • Interview performance


* SIT accepts applications from polytechnic graduates who did not sit for the Singapore-Cambridge GCE O-Levels and have come through other forms of secondary or post-secondary education.


Additional Requirements 

SIT’s overseas university partners may have additional admission requirements. Applicants must refer to the list below to ensure that all additional requirements are met in order to be considered for admission.


Find out how to apply to SIT under the Admission Process.

Admission Requirements - Others

SIT was established in 2009 as an initiative by the Ministry of Education to provide upgrading opportunities primarily for polytechnic graduates. SIT accepts a limited number of applicants holding international qualifications; as well as former or current students from the local Autonomous Universities into some of its degree programmes offered.

Applicants presenting an International qualification (e.g. Malaysia STPM, UEC, India Standard XII-CBSE, ISCE, Indonesia SMA UAN, Vietnam High School Graduation Certificate, etc) or other qualifications not stated in the preceding groups above may be considered for admission on a case by case basis. In addition, applicants with diplomas awarded by the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts*, Lasalle College of the Arts*, the American High School and NUS High School may also be considered for admission to selected courses.

* eligible for design-related programmes only

Applicants are required to present the actual results (forecasted results will not be considered) by 1 April of the year of application.

Former or current students from the local Autonomous Universities - National University of Singapore (NUS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore Management University (SMU) or Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) seeking admission may also apply.


Holistic Assessment for Admission

SIT adopts a holistic approach in assessing applicants for admission by considering the following criteria:

  • High school certificate
  • Other qualifications where applicable (i.e. ACT, IELTS, MICHIGAN, SAT I, SAT II, TOEFL)
  • Work experience/Internships
  • Interview performance


Applicants with certain medical conditions may still apply for some programmes. Please read Special Medical Conditions to Note for more information.


International Qualifications

Applicants presenting qualifications from overseas education institutions will be considered for admission to the degree programmes offered by the following:

• DigiPen Institute of Technology
• Singapore Institute of Technology
• Technische Universitat Munchen
• The Culinary Institute of America
• University of Liverpool

SAT I and SAT II will be taken into account for admission purposes, where applicable.

Each application will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Transfer of credits is also on a case-by-case basis for certain degree programmes.


Transfer Students

Applicants from one of the local Autonomous Universities in Singapore may also apply to SIT during the common application period. The same admission requirements for the respective degree programmes are applicable to them.

Each application will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Transfer of credits is also granted on a case-by-case basis for certain degree programmes.

Students (Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents) who transfer or are re-admitted within SIT or across the Autonomous Universities will be eligible for the tuition grant up to the normal programme duration for the SIT degree programme after subtracting the number of semesters of tuition grant received for the previous programme(s).

Please refer to Tuition Grant for more information.

Find out how to apply to SIT under the Admission Process.