Nanyang Polytechnic

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Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP), established in 1992, is a polytechnic located in Ang Mo Kio, Singapore. NYP has an enrolment of 14,233 students. The Polytechnic comprises seven different schools, namely, School of Business Management, School of Chemical and Life Sciences, School of Design, School of Engineering, School of Health Sciences, School of Information Technology and School of Interactive & Digital Media. NYP also offers the Diploma in Business Informatics and Diploma in Digital & Precision Engineering.
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SG$9,000

CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION

SG$3,600

AVERAGE TUITION FEE PER YEAR

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SG$11,150

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image Anonymous, Malaysia 4

NYP is the best poly choice for me

I believe that NYP is the best poly choice. Over the 3 years I have not only enjoyed learning new knowledge, I've given chances to excel in the talents I have. Being a Malaysian, it was tough at first to assimilate to the new environment and adapt to the new study style, but my lecturers were always the read full review

I believe that NYP is the best poly choice. Over the 3 years I have not only enjoyed learning new knowledge, I've given chances to excel in the talents I have. Being a Malaysian, it was tough at first to assimilate to the new environment and adapt to the new study style, but my lecturers were always there to encourage and help me through poly life. They would make an effort to make sure that we, the international students are doing fine in campus by meeting us up or whenever they see us around campus. The only thing I enjoyed the most in poly was joining a CCA. I joined Cru Singapore and never regret joining it. Through Cru Singapore, I got to know friends not only from NYP but friends from all the other polys, expanding my social circle in Singapore, allowing me to assimilate into the community better. show less

image sally, Singapore 3

it's a norm

Nanyang polytechnic looks like a hospital and it lacks the excitement of a proper school however, the learning experience is quite good and the lecturers are helpful.

Nanyang polytechnic looks like a hospital and it lacks the excitement of a proper school however, the learning experience is quite good and the lecturers are helpful.