The rumours are true – SP is a pretty awesome place to be in. Here are ten irresistible reasons why!
Broaden Your Horizons
SP takes pride in being a caring community. Many meaningful community service opportunities, both local and overseas service trips are offered. Join us for a GoServe trip!
47 Diploma Courses
SP offers a diverse range of courses that suit your interests. Students who excel will also be invited to take a diploma-plus certificate which gives them an edge upon graduation.
Discover The Perks
Acquire real-life experiences with experts in big brand companies, or at world-class universities like Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
SP aims to promote and nurture talents who have the passion to pursue their dreams in areas such as arts, leadership, sports and more.
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More than 100 CCAs
SP has a wide array of CCAs that can help you master anything from makeup artistry to martial arts and even sign language! If you can’t find a suitable CCA, simply start a brand new club of your own and bond with like-minded people. Find out more on the CCA page.
SP has state-of-the-art facilities, such as the first ever perfumery centre in Asia, a Cyber Wargame Centre and a F1 car simulator. Not forgetting the fun, SP has a wide variety of sports facilities including an Olympic-sized pool and the awesome Sports Arena!
MRT at Our Doorstep
We are the only polytechnic in Singapore that is located right next to a MRT station. Dover Station is just at our doorstep, literally!
A Place for Foodies
There are a total of six food courts and six F&B outlets all around campus. Some of the favourites are McDonald’s, Starbucks and Llao Llao! Find out more about the locations and operating hours here.
Clean & Green Campus
Spanning 38 hectares, we are the first polytechnic to receive the highest accolade in Singapore for achievements in the field of environmental sustainability.
Over 190,000 Graduates Since 1954
SP has, to date, produced a graduate output of more than 190,000. Find out more information about enrolment and graduate output here.