Enrolment Guide

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Conditions for Enrolment

  • Admission to Republic Polytechnic (RP) is based on the academic results which you have provided during application. You may be requested by RP to produce supporting documents to verify your academic results. Applicants found to have submitted fraudulent academic results will have their offer revoked.
  • If you have applied to more than one admission exercise, you can only accept one course offer.
  • You are required to complete the online enrolment within the stipulated timeline to confirm your registration as an RP student.
  • During your online enrolment, true and accurate information are to be provided, including full declaration of any medical condition(s) or special need(s).
  • You must complete and submit all compulsory documents as part of the enrolment process.
  • If you have previously studied in another Institute of Higher Learning (IHL), you will need to correctly declare the number of semester of tuition grant (TG) subsidy received from the Ministry of Education (MOE).

Enrolment Information


Declaration of Medical Conditions

All students are required to declare their medical conditions in the Online Enrolment System. The information will allow us to render support to students with pre-existing medical conditions and special educational needs.

Students who are admitted to specific diploma courses listed here are required to undergo a medical check-up or specific tests (colour vision and/or audiometry test) at your chosen clinics.


Note:

  • Students who do not meet the medical pre-requisites of the diploma programme will be assessed to determine if they can continue in the offered diploma programme. Students who are unable to pursue their diploma programmes due to medical reasons may be recommended for course transfer.
  • For students who are enrolling in diploma courses under the School of Infocomm (SOI), should you have any colour/vision deficiency that prohibits you from pursuing the offered course, please declare them in the online enrolment system.
  • From AY2019, all Year 1 students are required to undergo a compulsory module “G951 Life Skills I”. If you have any medical condition(s) that exempts you from physical education (PE) and Individual Physical Proficiency Test (IPPT), you must declare them in the online enrolment system and your Declaration and Consent Form. You are also required to email a copy of your doctor’s report or memo, with details of your medical condition and the time periods (e.g. dates) you are excused from PE/IPPT to help-lifeskills@rp.edu.sg

  •  Click here to login to the online enrolment system.

    Task 1: Online Enrolment

    Before you commence your online enrolment, you need to read the Enrolment Information Booklet

    Log in to the online enrolment system using the following information:

    • Student ID*
    • NRIC/FIN
    • Date of Birth

    * Your Student ID can be found in the enrolment letter.

    Once logged in to the online enrolment system, applicants are required to complete the following 3 steps:
       
    • Step 1: Acceptance of course
    • Step 2: Confirmation of personal particulars^
    • Step 3: Payment of enrolment fee

    ^ Students who have been offered a placement in RP will be required to declare their existing medical conditions in Step 2, Confirmation of Personal Particulars of the online enrolment process. Students who have declared their medical conditions may be contacted by RP to determine the severity so as to assess their suitability to continue in the offered course or be recommended for transfer to another course. 

    After the successful completion of your online enrolment, you will receive a confirmation email from RP within a week to indicate the completion of your online enrolment.
     

    If you do not complete your enrolment process by the due date, the course offer made to you will lapse.

    Task 2: Submission of Required Documents


    Enrolment Documents & Forms can be submitted under Step 4: Upload of completed Enrolment Forms in the online enrolment system.

     Enrolment Documents & Forms (Click the forms below to download an electronic copy)  
       
     
    Financial forms can be posted to RP using the business reply envelope. For a video walkthrough on the financial schemes, click the following links.


     Financial Forms (Click the forms below to download an electronic copy)  
       
     
     Coloured photograph can be uploaded online at http://bit.ly/studentphoto2019  
       

    Your photograph will be used for the RP student card. The RP student card will be used for identification during examinations or when loaning materials from RP Library. It will also be used to gain access to RP facilities and to participate in student activities. Below are the requirements for the photograph:

    • Taken within last 1 year
    • In colour against plain white background without shadows
    • Shows the full face and without headgear (headgear worn in accordance with religious or racial customs is acceptable but must not hide the facial features)
    • JPG or JPEG format
    • Minimum resolution of 480 by 640px
    • Minimum file size of 60 Kbytes

    Delay in photo submission will result in a delay in the processing of your RP student card. Your RP student card will be mailed to the address registered with RP.


    Laptop Assistance Form and supporting documents can be submitted during face-to-face consultation at RP.

     Laptop Assistance Form (Click the form below to download an electronic copy)  
       
    *Applies to students from the Polytechnic Foundation Programme (PFP), in addition to Enrolling Year 1 students

    Task 3: Purchase/Configuration of Laptop

    Students are required to have a working laptop as part of learning requirements in RP.

    • The laptop must be RP-configured before students can access various learning platforms (e.g. OASIS, LEO).
    • You can click here to find out more about the laptop requirements and details of the Self-Help Configuration guide.

    International Students

    Additional Conditions for International Students

    • International students must appoint a Local Representative to pursue their studies in RP if they do not have a parent or guardian who resides in Singapore.
    • International students must collect their Student’s Pass issued by the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority of Singapore (ICA) before the payment of the first semester tuition fees.
    • If any of the above conditions are not met, RP reserves the right to
      • Rescind the letter of offer sent to students
      • Void any part of the enrolment completed
      • Disallow the students to complete the enrolment
      • Administratively withdraw the students’ enrolment

    Task 1: Online Enrolment

    Before you commence your online enrolment, you need to read the Enrolment Information Booklet.

    Log in to the online enrolment system using the following information:

    • Student ID*
    • NRIC/FIN
    • Date of Birth

    * Your Student ID can be found in the enrolment letter.

    Once logged in to the online enrolment system, applicants are required to complete the following 2 steps:
       
    • Step 1: Acceptance of course
    • Step 2: Confirmation of personal particulars^
    ^ Students who have been offered a placement in RP will be required to declare their existing medical conditions in Step 2: Confirmation of Personal Particulars of the online enrolment process. Students who have declared their medical conditions may be contacted by RP to determine the severity so as to assess their suitability to continue in the offered course or be recommended for transfer to another course. 

    Upon collection of the Student’s Pass issued by ICA, applicants may then proceed below:

    Step 3: Payment of 1st semester fees

    After the successful completion of your online enrolment, you will receive a confirmation email from RP to indicate the completion of your online enrolment.

    If you do not complete your enrolment process by the due date, the course offer made to you will lapse.

    Task 2: Submission of Required Documents

    Enrolment Documents & Forms can be submitted under Step 4: Upload of completed Enrolment Forms in the online enrolment system.

     Enrolment Documents & Forms (Click the forms below to download an electronic copy)  
       

    Financial forms can be posted to RP using the business reply envelope. For a video walkthrough on the financial schemes, click the following links.


     Financial Forms (Click the forms below to download an electronic copy)  
       

     Coloured Photograph can be uploaded online at http://bit.ly/studentphoto2019  
       

    Your photograph will be used for the RP student card. The RP student card will be used for identification during examinations or when loaning materials from RP Library. It will also be used to gain access to RP facilities and to participate in student activities. Below are the requirements for the photograph:

    • Taken within last 1 year
    • In colour against plain white background without shadows
    • Shows the full face and without headgear (headgear worn in accordance with religious or racial customs is acceptable but must not hide the facial features)
    • JPG or JPEG format
    • Minimum resolution of 480 by 640px
    • Minimum file size of 60 Kbytes

    Delay in photo submission will result in a delay in the processing of your RP student card. Your RP student card will be mailed to the address registered with RP.


    *Applies to students from the Polytechnic Foundation Programme (PFP), in addition to Enrolling Year 1 students

    Task 3: Purchase/Configuration of Laptop

    Students are required to have a working laptop as part of learning requirements in RP.

    • The laptop must be RP-configured before students can access various learning platforms (e.g. OASIS, LEO).
    • You can click here to find out more about the laptop requirements and details of the Self-Help Configuration guide.

    ICA Student’s Pass Application

    • RP will proceed to apply for the ICA Student’s Pass on your behalf and send you an email with further instructions to log in to the Student’s Pass Online Application and Registration (SOLAR) to complete the registration.
    • After ICA has processed your application, RP will send you an email with more information on what you will need to do.
    • At the appointed date and time, you will be required to complete formalities at RP by bringing the required documents stated in Annex A of the IPA letter and your original educational certificates for RP to verify.
    • RP will notify you via email about the collection of your Student’s Pass.