Applicants should have a Degree, Polytechnic Diploma or WSQ Diploma in relevant discipline or equivalent.
Applicants who do not meet the entry requirements may be considered for admission to the course based on:
- Evidence of at least 2 years of relevant working experience; OR
- Supporting evidence of competency readiness.
The Polytechnic reserves the right to shortlist and admit applicants.
Participants may apply for funding from WDA. For more information on absentee payroll funding for company-sponsored participants, please click here.
(A) WDA's Enhanced Funding for SME Company
Applicable to Singapore citizens and Singapore PRs who are sponsored by an SME company.
For more details please visit this website
(B) Funding Information for Companies
Absentee Payroll Funding for company-sponsored participants.
For more details, please visit skillsconnect website
Productivity and Innovation Credit Scheme (PIC), Companies can also enjoy up to 400% tax deduction under the PIC Scheme. For more details, please visit: Tax Information
CET Qualification Award (COA) FOR PARTICIPANTS
From 1 March 2011, Singaporeans who successfully completed and are awarded a subsidised part-time Diploma at Polytechnics or a WSQ Diploma/specialist Diploma for the first time will be eligible for a CET Qualification Award (COA) of $1,000.
For more details, please visit: skillsconect website
SkillsFuture Study Award for Precision Engineering Sector
For more details, please visit: http://www.skillsfuture.sg/studyawards/precision-engineering
Course Fees (Including GST) Total Fees for Specialist Diploma in Precision Engineering (Additive Manufacturing) Fees per Competency Unit (30 HRS Module) Fees per Competency Unit (45 HRS Module)
Singapore Citizen (Workfare Training Support)
Singapore Citizens (Mid-career Enhanced Subsidy)
Singapore Citizens and PRs (after subsidy)
Foreigners / Full Fee (without subsidy)