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Useful Links and Information for Alumni
1) Applying to Local Universities
The following links are to the websites of our local public universities:
2) Overseas Universities
If you would like to study in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom or the United States, you may make use of the following services:
The Common Application – an organisation that coordinates College (university) applications for universities in the United States
IDP Education – a student placement service for students who wish to study in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States
Universities and Colleges Admission Service (UCAS) – an organisation providing a centralised application service for prospective undergraduates in the United Kingdom
3) Applying for Scholarships
There are many kinds of scholarships out there. Before applying, do ask yourself the following:
Why is this organisation offering a scholarship? How can I contribute to the organisation offering the scholarship?
All our public universities offer scholarships, and both bonded and bond-free scholarships are available. Please refer to the university websites above for more information on the scholarships offered.
Ministries, statutory boards and private organisations also offer scholarships, and both bonded and bond-free scholarships are available. A selection of these is available through the following websites:
BrightSparks – a scholarship portal which enables you to apply for multiple scholarships with a single resume. It also has a comparison function to enable you to compare scholarships.
Scholarships@Gov - a one-stop portal that gives you information on the various Public Service scholarships, from prerequisites to testimonials.
4) Exploring Different Pathways / Courses Not Offered in Local Public Universities
Courses are also available for ‘A’ Level holders at the following institutes (this list is not exhaustive):
Ngee Ann - Adelaide Education Centre (An educational facility offering undergraduate academic programmes by Ngee Ann Kongsi and the University of Adelaide)
For more information on further education options that are available in Singapore, you may also refer to the Council for Private Education, a statutory board regulating the private education sector in Singapore.
5) Direct Admissions Exercise (DAE)
GCE ‘A’ Level holders who are interested in applying for admission to any diploma course should do so directly to the relevant polytechnic through the Direct Admissions Exercise (DAE). More information on the DAE can be found on the websites of the respective polytechnics. The links are appended in the links below:
Nanyang Polytechnic DAE Portal http://www.nyp.edu.sg/future-
Ngee Ann Polytechnic DAE Portal http://www.np.edu.sg/
Republic Polytechnic DAE Portal http://www.rp.edu.sg/DAE_A-
Singapore Polytechnic DAE Portal http://www.sp.edu.sg/wps/
Temasek Polytechnic DAE Portal http://www.tp.edu.sg/
6) Potential Development in CJC
You can find more information here on higher education, which includes detailed guides on how to apply to Overseas Universities, how to write Personal Statements for University entry, as well as how to make an appointment to have a chat with our own Education and Careers Advisor.