You will have the opportunity in the final year to be attached to industry under the Internship Programme. There, you work on real-life industry-based projects, and apply what you have learnt in class to a real studio environment.
The Internship Programme:
- puts into practice the knowledge and skills acquired by you during the course, onto real-life work conditions and environment. This boosts your competency and confidence;
- develops your interpersonal and collaborative skills, and gears you for absorption into the industry upon graduation; and
- forges a close relationship between industry and Nanyang Polytechnic.
Our internship programme is conducted over 2 periods for each academic year, with a 12 week duration per period. The periods are arranged back-to-back so that companies benefit from a 6-month period of student attachments.
Our students are available for this 2 periods:
|Monday, 03 April 2017 - Friday, 23 June 2017|
Monday, 26 June 2017 - Friday, 15 Sept 2017
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*Closing date for application is on Sunday, 12 Feb 2017
Nur Haziqah Binte Roslan, Diploma in Visual Communication (Class of 2016)
Interned at Robinson & Co (Singapore) Pte Ltd
Robinsons Department Store is one of the premier shopping destinations in the Singapore. Robinsons offers an exceptional selection of merchandise from top international and local brands, from the trendiest fashion pieces, the most coveted lifestyle products, the latest items for the home, to playthings and necessities for the little ones. Robinsons has been an industrial partner with School of Design for the last 5 years, supporting our Internship Programme and providing opportunity for student to hone their skill in a real-working environment.
During her internship, Haziqah managed the day to day store/counters activities to ensure that the visual merchandising standard is properly maintained accordingly to Visual Merchandising and Store guideline. She ensured all store/counters have correct in-stock props and window hardware. Haziqah also worked closely with Store Visual Merchandising Team to design specific Window Display and made plans for executions.
Under the OIPP, some of our students have experienced design internships in companies located in Europe, United States, East Asia and the Asia Pacific countries. They pick up many useful on-the-job skills during these overseas work stints, besides being exposed to a different design culture, consumer lifestyle and global work processes.
Our students have found these experiences invaluable in providing them with a more international outlook and a robust understanding of evolving design trends. You may have the opportunity to experience these for yourselves also.