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DSA and EAE 2019

DSA – JUNIOR COLLEGE (IBDP)

2019 Direct School Admission – Junior Colleges Exercise
Admission to International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme Year 5 in January 2020

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 that provides exceptionally talented student-athletes  a greater degree of academic support to pursue their sport aspirations.
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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 3 to 11 August 2019 for DSA-JC Exercise Phase 2.

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 2020 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 between 3 to 11 August 2019 for DSA-JC Exercise Phase 2.

All admission enquiries regarding post-secondary academic pathways offered by Sports School can be directed to admissions@sportsschool.edu.sg or Admissions Officers at 67660100.

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

EAE – POLYTECHNIC

2019 Early Admissions Exercise – Polytechnics
Admission to Polytechnic Programmes Year 1 in January 2020

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:

Please note that the above programmes will be customised for Singapore Sports School’s post-secondary student-athletes.
 

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

Interested students who will be taking the GCE "O" levels in 2019 should contact Admissions Officers at admissions@sportsschool.edu.sg or at 67660100 before 27 June 2019; and submit application through the Early Admissions Exercise (EAE) portal from 27 June to 3 July 2019.

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