GCE 'O' level holders GCE 'A' level holders and Integrated Programme (IP) GCE 'N' level holders Higher Nitec holders SPM / UEC & STPM holders GCE 'O' level holders GCE 'O' level holders GCE 'A' level holders and Integrated Programme (IP) GCE 'N' level holders Higher Nitec holders SPM / UEC & STPM holders Courses offered by School of Engineering To be eligible for consideration for admission, you must fulfil the aggregate (ELR2B2) computation requirements and meet the following course-specific minimum entry requirements based on GCE ‘O’ Level (at up to two sittings) or equivalent examination results. Courses AY2023 Planned Intake 2023 JAE Range of Net ELR2B21 Minimum Entry Requirements Subjects Grade Advanced & Digital Manufacturing (C62) 64 15 to 23 Aggregate Type: ELR2B2-C English Language Mathematics (Elementary / Additional) Any one of the following subjects: Biology Biotechnology Chemistry Computing / Computer Studies Design & Technology Electronics / Fundamentals of Electronics Physics Science (Physics, Biology) Science (Chemistry, Biology) Science (Physics, Chemistry) 1 - 7 1 - 6 1 - 6 Aeronautical & Aerospace Technology (C51)3 41 6 to 16 Aerospace Systems & Management (C52)3 41 11 to 18 AI & Data Engineering (C31) 40 3 to 10 Biomedical Engineering (C71)2 40 6 to 14 Common Engineering Programme (C42) 424 6 to 24 Electronic & Computer Engineering (C89)2 83 3 to 15 Engineering with Business (C41) 41 6 to 14 Infocomm & Media Engineering (C75)2 130 14 to 19 Nanotechnology & Materials Science (C50)2 40 10 to 15 Robotics & Mechatronics (C87)2 64 6 to 19 1 Admission to a course is based on merit and subject to the availability of vacancies. The range of net ELR2B2 aggregate score of the students who were admitted to these courses through the Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE) are shown as a general reference. 2 Applicants with colour appreciation deficiency may encounter difficulties meeting the course requirements and expectations. 3 Applicants with colour appreciation deficiency, hearing and/or other physical impairment may encounter difficulties meeting the course requirements and expectations. Those who do not satisfy this requirement may not be accepted into the course of study. To apply for the 2-year Diploma in Engineering courses, candidates must have the following grades in subjects taken at not more than two sittings of the GCE ‘A’ Level Examination: Subject Grade a) General Paper (English Medium) or A - E Knowledge & Inquiry (KI) A - E b) H2 Physics A - E c) H2 Mathematics A - E Admission to the 2-year diploma course is based on merit. Applicants with colour appreciation deficiency should not apply for the Electronic & Computer Engineering and Robotics & Mechatronics courses. Successful applicants may have to attend a bridging programme before the commencement of the courses. GCE 'A' Level holders may also apply for the 3-year courses as shown below. Find out more on the Polytechnic Foundation Programme ITE (Full-time Higher Nitec / Nitec) Check out the full list of our courses and eligible Higher Nitec & Nitec courses. Find out more on the various application exercises for ITE graduates, including Direct-Entry-Scheme To Polytechnic Programme (DPP) Graduates. Am I eligible to apply? The course entry requirements will be similar to that for GCE 'O' Level qualification. SPM Grades A+ to C are comparable to GCE 'O' Level Grades 1 to 6. UEC Grades A1 to B6 are comparable to GCE 'O' Level Grades 1 to 6. STPM Holders may use your SPM Qualifications to apply. Result slip or academic transcript for qualifications printed in a language other than English, must be accompanied by a certified English translated copy. Applicants with school-based results and have registered for the current SPM examinations will be considered for admission on a case-by-case basis. Registration slip for national exams must be submitted. If shortlisted, you may be required to sit for the entrance test. You are required to prepare a digital portfolio if applying for courses under School of Design & Media. If you are shortlisted for the Oral Health Therapy course, you are required to take a manual dexterity test. Meeting the minimum entry requirements (MER) is not a guarantee that you will be shortlisted. Shortlisting is based on merit and course availability in the year of application. NYP reserves the right to amend the information provided in this webpage without prior notice.