Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Top 10 Reasons why SP is Awesome!

1) Meaningful overseas experience: We take pride in being a caring community. Many
 meaningful community service opportunities, both local and overseas service trips are offered.

2) MRT at SP: It’s convenient! We’re located right next to Dover MRT Station. Rain or shine, no sweat!

3) Pioneers: Established in 1954, SP is the country’s first polytechnic. Till date, we have produced close to 178,000 graduates.
4) Fun at SP: From a gym, to a jamming room, a skate park and even a bowling alley, we have it all! Not to mention an  Olympic-sized pool! We also have an awesome Sports Hub coming up!

5) Internship: With our diverse connections and healthy relationships with industrial partners, we offer many local and overseas internship opportunities. Some students even went to the prestigious Harvard and Yale to learn wonders about their own fields!

6) 49 Diploma Courses: Adding on to our wide and diverse range of courses, students who excel will be invited to take a diploma-plus certificate which gives them an edge upon graduation.

7) Pursue your Passion at SP: We offer a wide spectrum of CCAs for you to choose from. Over 120 to be exact.
8) Food at SP: You would be spoilt for choice during lunchtime as we have 6 different food courts, Burger King, KFC, McDonald’s, Ya Kun and Subway for you to choose from. And yes we have our own Starbucks and Ilao Ilao stall.

9) We go the extra mile: We provide state-of-the-art facilities in order to enhance your learning journey. We are home to the first ever perfumery centre in Asia, a Cyber Wargame Centre and a F1 car simulator. We also have a marine simulator, F16 simulator, MAD studios and a UOB Kay Hian live trading room to help aid your learning.

10) Nice Green Campus: Here in SP, we preserve and replenish our whooping 38-hectare green campus. We are the first polytechnic to recieve the highest accolade in Singapore for achievements in the field of environmental sustainability.

Fun fact: SP is home to some of the rarest species of flora such as the Brown Woolly Fig (Ficus Drupacea)

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