Common Science Programme is for you if you want to...
- Immerse yourself in the world of applied science for one semester and discover your interests before picking from the five courses covering food, healthcare, manufacturing of biologics, chemicals and pharmaceuticals.
- Embark on exciting and inspiring learning journeys with brand name companies, and gain insights into opportunities for careers and further studies while you explore your area of interest.
- Discover your interest, passion and aptitude through the holistic student development and career guidance programme.
This programme lets you…
- Make an informed choice on the diploma and career best suited for you, after exploring all options in the first semester.
- Acquire skills required in applied science through an agile and engaging curriculum that reacts swiftly to industry changes.
- Gain a unique learning experience, where knowledge and skills from multiple disciplines are concurrently applied in a dynamic, integrated learning environment.
- Cultivate life skills such as innovation, critical thinking, interpersonal and collaboration skills through project-based learning.
What You'll Study
At the end of Year 1 Semester 1, you will be able to make an informed decision to pursue any one of the following as your preferred diploma from Year 1 Semester 2 onwards:
Our graduates can pursue degrees at:
- Nanyang Technological University (NTU)
- National University of Singapore (NUS)
- Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT)
- Australia National University (AUS)
- Curtin University (AUS)
- Deakin University (AUS)
- Griffith University (AUS)
- Flinders University (AUS)
- Monash University (AUS)
- The University of Queensland (AUS)
- University of Melbourne (AUS)
- University of New South Wales (AUS)
- University of South Australia (AUS)
- University of Sydney (AUS)
- King’s College London (UK)
- Newcastle University (UK)
- The University of Nottingham (UK)
- University of Birmingham (UK)
- University of Dundee (UK)
- University of Manchester (UK)
- University of Reading (UK)
- University of Sheffield (UK)