ITE Early Admissions Exercise (ITE EAE)

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ITE EAE is an aptitude-based admissions exercise that allows students to apply and receive conditional offers for admission to ITE based on their aptitude and interest, prior to receiving their final Nitec, GCE N- or O-Level examination results. It allows ITE greater flexibility in selecting students on a broader measure of criteria other than academic grades, thus allowing a wider range of talents to be recognised.

ITE can admit up to 15% of their annual intake through ITE EAE. There is a 50% course-level cap on students entering ITE through EAE for around a third of all ITE full-time courses, where interests, aptitude and strengths in the field are particularly important, e.g. Nursing, community care and courses related to information technology and design and media. There is a course-level cap of 30% for all other courses. This is to ensure that students admitted through their academic grades will continue to have access to ITE full-time courses.

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