Our heartiest congratulations to the class of 2022! Click on the diploma programmes below to view the list of graduates.
Diploma in Biomedical Science
Diploma in Biotechnology
Diploma in Environmental Science
Diploma in Marine Science & Aquaculture
Diploma in Materials Science
Diploma in Pharmaceutical Science
Diploma in Applied Science (Environmental Services and Management)
Diploma in Applied Science (Medical Laboratory Science)
Diploma in Applied Science (Nutrition and Food Science)
Diploma in Applied Science (Pharmaceutical Sciences)
Diploma in Applied Science (Urban Agricultural Technology)
Specialist Diploma in Biomedical Informatics and Analytics
Specialist Diploma in Biomedical Technology
My fellow graduates, as we approach the end of our journey here at Republic Polytechnic (RP), I would like to invite all of you to reminisce with me. Let us think of the memories that we have during our time at RP.
Firstly, I would like to thank our Programme Chair, Dr Serene Choo, Mr Foo Toon Tien,
Assistant Programme Chair, Dr Nicole Liu, our mentors, and all the lecturers who have taught us over the past three years. Their patience and relentless effort in teaching made it possible for us to strive for academic excellence. Their guidance and dedication also helped us to develop holistically.
At the start of Year 1, I had doubts, wondering whether I could adapt to a new style of learning in an unfamiliar environment. I was also faced with some challenges at home and had financial concerns. These challenges caused me to experience a fair bit of stress. As COVID-19 hit, lessons were shifted to home-based learning and it certainly did not make my RP journey easier.
Ho Wei Xian
Diploma in Biotechnology,
School of Applied Science
A photo of Wei Xian (fourth row, left) and his classmates, taken in Year 1 Semester 2.
To all the friends that I have met along the way, thank you for all the laughter, memories, and inside jokes we shared.
Thank you everyone for making the past three years wonderful.
To the School of Applied Science’s class of 2022, our time spent at RP has got to be one of the most memorable and impactful periods of our adolescence. I hope you will also thank and acknowledge all the role models and friends you have had the pleasure of sharing this journey. We lived through a pandemic and emerged a stronger, more resilient version of ourselves. As we face the life ahead of us, always remember the knowledge, skills, and values you have gained at RP. Lastly, we have gone through thick and thin together, so let us keep in touch.
This is not my first time graduating from Republic Polytechnic (RP). I hold a Diploma in
Materials Science and have many meaningful memories as a full-time polytechnic student. I achieved significant learning milestones and was equipped with the capabilities needed to get me a step closer to achieving my career aspirations.
Given my experiences, I have full confidence in RP’s Continuing Education and Training Programmes. Upon graduation, I decided to join the Specialist Diploma in Biomedical Technology Work-Study Programme (SDBT-WSP).
As I had secured a full-time position at the same company where I did my internship previously, SDBT-WSP was the perfect solution for me to pursue a career and further education simultaneously.
Juggling between work and study was challenging, especially when the assignments piled up. I still recall the peak periods I had at work – there were many orders to process, and I had to conduct quality control checks on the products before sending them for sterilisation. It was no easy feat. I had to put in extra hours, almost every week to meet the demands.
When I had online classes to attend, I left work early but my duty for the day is not over. I still had to complete the remaining tasks at home. As such, I could only attend to my school assignments late at night and on weekends; leaving little time for me to rest.
The journey to complete SDBT-WSP has been tough but fruitful. It equipped me with the relevant knowledge and skills that are useful for my career advancement. The programme also helped me to be more competent in performing my daily tasks.
Joey Chua Hui Min
Specialist Diploma in Biomedical Technology,
School of Applied Science
A project done by Joey which automates the process of punching holes in products.
I would like to thank my Programme Chair, Ms Vicky Wu, Ms Sally Ang, and my classmates for their support and guidance throughout the journey. This achievement would have not been possible without you.
To all graduating adult learners, I am sure our experiences are similar – one where we had to juggle work, personal life and studies, before finally reaping the fruits of our labour. Congratulations to all of you for completing your studies. You deserve a pat on the back!
Lastly, I would like to encourage and challenge everyone to never stop learning.
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