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Post-Secondary Programmes


OVERVIEW

Singapore Sports School offers athlete-friendly post-secondary programmes to prepare student-athletes for university or a career after graduation.

Three post-secondary programmes are conducted in Sports School's campus:
  • International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme
  • Diploma in Business Studies
  • Diploma in Sports and Leisure Management

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DSA – JUNIOR COLLEGE (IBDP)

2017 Direct School Admission – Junior Colleges Exercise
Admission to International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme Year 5 in January 2018

Overview

Singapore Sports School offers an athlete-friendly International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme to students seeking a broad-based post-secondary education leading to the university.

IBDP at Sports School is one of the athlete-friendly post-secondary academic pathways available at the Sports School, which caters to the training and competition needs of the student-athletes. Unique features include:
  • two main-examination sessions which allow student-athletes to sit for the November or May examinations; and
  • an extended programme which allows selected student-athletes up to four years to complete.

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Secondary 4 student-athletes interested in pursuing an IB diploma and who possess outstanding talent in sport, can send in their applications between 11 May and 23 June 2017.

More information on the IBDP can be found here.

Eligibility Criteria

All applicants must currently be Secondary 4 students (or equivalent) and studying in Singapore schools.

They should also have:
  • represented Singapore Schools/National Youth/Age-Group teams, or attained outstanding sport achievements;
  • offered relevant subjects and achieved good academic performance in Secondary 3 and 4 school examinations; and
  • demonstrated good conduct.

Each successful applicant will be offered a place in the Sports School at the start of January 2018 on the condition that they satisfy the minimum criterion for admission into junior college based on his/her GCE "O" Level Examinations results, clear an interview and also pass a medical screening test.

Once a student has accepted the Direct School Admission offer, he/she will not take part in the Joint Admission Exercise.

Scholarship

Scholarships are available for IBDP student-athletes with outstanding sport achievements.

How To Apply

Applications should be submitted to  admissions@sportsschool.edu.sg.
All admission enquiries regarding post-secondary academic pathways offered by Sports School can be directed to Valerie Wee at 6761 8679 or  admissions@sportsschool.edu.sg.


For more information on the DSA process, please refer to the FAQs from the Ministry of Education at:

EAE – POLYTECHNIC

2017 Early Admissions Exercise – Polytechnics
Admission to Polytechnic Programmes Year 1 in January 2018

Overview

Singapore Sports School collaborates with Ngee Ann Polytechnic and Republic Polytechnic to offer athlete-friendly programmes to high performing youth athletes. The customised diploma programmes are conducted at Sports School's campus and provides student-athletes a flexible academic programme which helps them balance the demands of elite sport and studies.

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More information on these courses:
 

Eligibility Criteria

All applicants must currently be Secondary 4 students (or equivalent) and studying in Singapore schools.

They should also have:
  • represented Singapore Schools/National Youth/Age-Group teams, or attained outstanding sport achievements;
  • offered relevant subjects and achieved good academic performance in Secondary 3 and 4 school examinations; and
  • demonstrated good conduct.

Scholarships are available for IBDP student-athletes with outstanding sport achievements.

How To Apply

Students who are interested in polytechnic courses can participate in the Early Admissions Exercise which will commence on 22 June 2017.

Students are required to apply through the respective polytechnics:
  • Ngee Ann Polytechnic – Customised Diploma in Business Studies; or
  • Republic Polytechnic – Customised Diploma in Sports and Leisure Management.
Your applications will be processed by the respective polytechnics.

All admission enquiries regarding post-secondary academic pathways offered by Sports School can be directed to Valerie Wee at 6761 8679 or admissions@sportsschool.edu.sg.

For more information on the EAE process, please refer to the FAQs from the Ministry of Education at: