Engineering will remain as one of the key sectors and engines of growth in Singapore.
The Common Engineering Programme is conducted in the first semester of your first year of study to help you gain a clearer understanding of the different programmes under the School of Engineering. If you are uncertain what the various fields of engineering entail or have not yet decided what career option is best for you, the Common Engineering Programme will enable you to make an informed decision.
During this orientation semester,
you will also gain a solid foundation
in engineering skills and knowledge to advance your learning journey at
The Common Engineering Programme allows our students time to build on their foundational knowledge and skills during their first year first semester of study. After which, they would be able to make informed choices on their courses of study when they will apply for one of the following engineering diploma programmes:
The Common Engineering Programme enables students to explore the various engineering diplomas and available career options, before applying for the diploma programme that suits their interest and aspiration.
The programme will provide a well-rounded education comprising both technical capabilities and general know-how. Discipline-specific modules will equip you with a solid foundation before you embark on subsequent engineering modules. General modules will help you prepare the ground and train you to be a lifelong learner.
For more information about university pathways, visit RP's Further Studies.
To find out more about how you can apply for this diploma, visit Republic Poly's Admissions page.
Want to find out more about the school that offers this diploma? Then drop by the School of Engineering's homepage now!
In the first semester, you will take the following modules:
A113 Mathematics B102 Organisational Behaviour E112 Engineering Design G101 Cognitive Processes and Problem Solving
Table 1: Minimum Entry Requirements
Table 2: Aggregate Type
Addn Combined ScienceAdditional ScienceBiologyChemistryCombined ScienceComputer StudiesCreative 3D AnimationDesign & TechnologyEngineering ScienceFood & NutritionFundamentals of ElectronicsGeneral ScienceHuman & Social BiologyIntegrated SciencePhysicsPhysical ScienceScience (Chem, Bio)Science (Phy, Bio)Science (Phy, Chem)Science (Phy, Chem, Bio)
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You must satisfy the graduation criteria of the diploma programme that you are posted to, before the award of the diploma.