Matriculation

Matriculation Related Information - AY2023/2024

Congratulations on being selected! You’ve accepted SIT’s offer, good for you! Now you just have to complete the matriculation process, and we’re good to go.

    Important Dates and Deadlines to note

    1. For AY2023/2024 intake, the matriculation package will be sent to students via e-mail as per the schedule below:

    • BBA Food Business Management – 15 May 2023 onwards
    • Health and Social Sciences Programmes – 15 May 2023 onwards
    • All other programmes – from 1 June 2023 onwards.

    If you have not received the email by the above deadlines, please email Matriculation@SingaporeTech.edu.sg to retrieve your Student ID and password before starting the matriculation exercise.

    2. AY2023/AY2024 Matriculation Exercise – A Step-by-Step Process Guide can be found in the Matriculation Guide. Students are reminded to complete all the steps mentioned in the guide STRICTLY WITHIN THE DEADLINES.

     

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      Step 1: Account Activation

      Complete this step as soon as possible (within a week of receiving your matriculation packages) as you will only be able to proceed with the following steps once your account is activated.

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      Step 2: Online Pre-Matriculation Verification Step
      • Verification
      • Student Undertaking
      • Honor Code Declaration
      • Photo Submission


      Deadline: TBC

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      Step 3: Matriculation Fee Payment

      All matriculating students are to pay a one-time, non-refundable matriculation fee of $54 (with GST) during the matriculation exercise.

      Deadline: TBC

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      Step 4: Completion of Medical Examination

      Students who have accepted the offer by Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) are required to clear the MANDATORY medical examination before they can be successfully matriculated into SIT. Please note that certain programmes may require specific tests and/or additional vaccinations to be completed before students are certified by a qualified physician as "Fit to enroll into the programme".

      Failing to satisfy the required medical assessment/procedure may result in the need to complete the prescribed treatment before students can be certified by a qualified physician as "Fit to enroll into the programme". In the event that no treatment/alternative is available for a medical condition, the University reserves the right to refuse the student admission to the programme.

      Deadlines: TBC

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      Step 5: Setting up a student bank account

      Deadline: TBC

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      Step 6: Application for Loans or Assistance Schemes

      Please refer to the Matriculation Guide for details.

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      Step 7: SkillsFuture Credit

      Students may submit their SkillsFuture credit claims up to 60 days before the semester or trimester start date of the course till the day of commencement for the semester or trimester.

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      Step 8: Credit Exemption and Course enrolment
      Credit ExemptionTBC
      Course EnrolmentTBC

      (Students eligible for credit exemption will receive an email notification in due time)

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      Step 9: Collection of Matriculation Card

      Students will be informed on the collection date in due time.

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      Step 10: Application for the Undergraduate Concession Card

      Deadline: TBC

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