Courses with remaining vacancies after JAE posting are indicated with an asterisk (*). In order to appeal to polytechnic courses with vacancies, students will need to meet the MERs of the courses and attain a net ELR2B2 aggregate score of 26 points or better. In order to appeal to ITE courses with vacancies, students will need to meet the MERs of the ITE courses.
Do note that meeting the minimum entry requirements does not guarantee placement, as appeals posting is in order of merit, and subjected to available vacancies in the course.
Find out more about RP's post-diploma programmes here.
**Due to the nature of the outdoor and adventure learning job requirements, candidates seeking admission into the Diploma in Outdoor & Adventure Learning (DOAL) should enjoy working with youth in the outdoor environment consisting of natural and adventurous elements.
The course will demand from students a substantial amount of involvement in physical activity and water based experiential activities. As such, having affinity for the outdoors and adventure pursuits will be advantageous. Additionally, students should be able to show confidence in water whilst donning a personal flotation device.
DOAL candidates are allowed to enroll into RP on the condition that they pass a medical examination by a certified general practitioner. For more information click here.