Successful applicants who have accepted full-time Nitec course offer have to report to their posted ITE College by the stipulated dates to register for their course.

If you are an International Applicant (i.e. not Singapore Citizen or Singapore Permanent Resident and had sat for the Singapore-Cambridge GCE level examination as candidate of a Government, Government-Aided or Independent school in Singapore), you should report to College only after receiving your Student Pass from the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) to study in ITE. Instructions on applying for your Student Pass are provided in your Enrolment Letter (posted to your mailing address upon release of application outcome).

Before Reporting to College

Please check that you have completed the following, before reporting to College:

What to Bring

  • Your identity card (NRIC/FIN)
  • Your existing secondary school or ITE Student Concession Card
  • Fee payment items applicable to you (for information on modes of payment applicable, refer to https://www.ite.edu.sg/admissions/full-time-courses/fee-instructions):
  • Payment for uniform purchase (typically around $150, payable by NETS/PayNow/cash)
  • Original examination result slip and CCA certificate (if you have self-declared this information during application)
  • Your medical report, if you are enrolled in a course with medical examination:
    • Nitec in Asian Culinary Arts
    • Nitec in Beauty & Wellness
    • Nitec in Community Care & Social Services
    • Nitec in Fitness Training
    • Nitec in Hair Fashion & Design
    • Nitec in Hospitality Operations
    • Nitec in Nursing
    • Nitec in Pastry & Baking
    • Nitec in Western Culinary Arts

Fees

You may pay fees for the course when reporting at College (if you have not already done so). For more info on the fee amount and available mode(s) of payment, refer to https://www.ite.edu.sg/admissions/full-time-courses/nitec/fees.

If you have already paid via online payment (credit card), please bring your payment receipts for verification.

Colour Vision Test

In line with industry requirements, applicants for the following courses will need to take a Colour Vision Test when registering for the course to ensure that they are free from colour appreciation deficiency:

  • Nitec in Aerospace Avionics
  • Nitec in Aerospace Technology
  • Nitec in Applied Food Science
  • Nitec in Architectural Technology
  • Nitec in Automotive Technology
  • Nitec in Built Environment (Mechanical & Electrical Services)
  • Nitec in Built Environment (Vertical Transportation)
  • Nitec in Chemical Process Technology
  • Nitec in Digital Animation
  • Nitec in Electrical Technology (Lighting & Sound)
  • Nitec in Electrical Technology (Power & Control)
  • Nitec in Electronics & Internet of Things
  • Nitec in Electronics, Computer Networking & Communications
  • Nitec in Fashion Apparel Production & Design
  • Nitec in Interior & Exhibition Design
  • Nitec in Mechatronics & Robotics
  • Nitec in Microelectronics
  • Nitec in Product Design
  • Nitec in Rapid Transit Technology
  • Nitec in Security Technology
  • Nitec in Urban Greenery & Landscape
  • Nitec in Video Production
  • Nitec in Visual Communication

National Service (NS) Deferment

If you were born in the year 2000 or earlier (for Secondary 4 Express and Sec 4 Normal Stream students) or born in the year 1999 or earlier (for Secondary 5 Normal Stream students), you may need to check your eligibility for NS deferment. You may download the Eligibility for NS Deferment Form at https://www.ite.edu.sg/admissions/full-time-courses/forms and submit the completed form to Central Manpower Base (CMPB) for processing of your NS deferment. You can contact CMPB at 1800-3676767 concerning your NS deferment. If you are not eligible for NS deferment, you will need to withdraw from the course that you are enrolled.

If you have completed your NS, please bring along the necessary documentary proof for verification during College registration:

  • 11B Military Identification Card; or
  • Letter of Completion of National Service by MINDEF; or
  • Certificate of Service by RSAF/RSN/SAF/SCDF/SPF

Appeal for Transfer

Applicants who wish to transfer to another course/College should first accept their original course offer and register at the College stated in their Enrolment Letter, before submitting an appeal. Appeal for transfer may be submitted online via the ITE website, or at the College stated in your Enrolment Letter.