ITE offers a wide range of full-time Nitec course in Engineering, Info-comm Technology, Business & Services, Design & Media, Applied & Health Sciences and Hospitality for the Jan 2017 intake as follows:
Nitec in Aerospace AvionicsNitec in Aerospace Machining Technology Nitec in Aerospace TechnologyNitec in Applied Food ScienceNitec in Asian Culinary Arts Nitec in
Automotive Technology (Light Vehicles) Nitec in
Automotive Technology (Heavy Vehicles) Nitec in
Beauty & WellnessNitec in Business
Chemical Process TechnologyNitec in
Community Care & Social Services Nitec in
Digital Animation Nitec in
Digital Audio & Video Production Nitec in
Electrical Technology (Lighting & Sound) Nitec in
Electrical Technology (Power & Control) Nitec in Electronics, Computer Networking & Communications - NEWNitec in Facility Technology (Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration)Nitec in Facility Technology (Landscaping Services)Nitec in Facility Technology (Mechanical & Electrical Services)Nitec in Facility Technology (Vertical Transportation)Nitec in Fashion Apparel Production & DesignNitec in Finance ServicesNitec in Fitness TrainingNitec in FloristryNitec in Food & Beverage OperationsNitec in Hair Fashion & DesignNitec in Info-Communications Technology (Cloud Computing)Nitec in Info-Communications Technology (Mobile Networks & Applications)Nitec in Info-Communications Technology (Networking & Systems Administration)Nitec in Laser & Tooling TechnologyNitec in Logistics ServicesNitec in Mechanical TechnologyNitec in Mechatronics Nitec in Medical Manufacturing TechnologyNitec in MicroelectronicsNitec in NursingNitec in OpticianryNitec in Pastry & BakingNitec in Product DesignNitec in Rapid Transit TechnologyNitec in Retail ServicesNitec in Security TechnologyNitec in Social Media & Web Development Nitec in Space Design (Architecture)Nitec in Space Design (Interior & Exhibition)Nitec in Travel & Tourism ServicesNitec in Visual CommunicationNitec in Visual EffectsNitec in Western Culinary Arts
How can I apply for Nitec Courses? What are the application procedures?
If you are a candidate from MOE’s school who had
sat for the 2016 Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘N’ examinations:
If you are a Singaporean/Singapore Permanent Resident with valid GCE 'N'/'O' level results before year 2016:
If you are an International Student who had sat for the Singapore-Cambridge GCE 'N'/'O' level examinations as a candidate from MOE's school before year 2016:
How do I accept the course offer?
Details on the steps to accept the course offer can be found at http://www.ite.edu.sg/admission/ft/results.html. You are advised to get ready the information as listed in the table below before proceeding to accept the course offer. If you do not provide the required information for completing the course acceptance, the training place offered to you will be withdrawn.
Parent(s) / guardian particulars (if you are not staying with your parent(s), please provide your guardian's particulars)
Fields required are:1. Name2. NRIC / FIN3. Citizenship4. Contact No.5. Email (optional)
For Singaporeans / Singapore Permanent Residents, you are required to check your results at http://www.ite.edu.sg/admission/ft/results.html and download your Enrolment Letter. The steps to view and download the Enrolment Letter are: Click 'Check Application Results / Accept Course Offer' > Login with your User ID and Password > Click 'Self-Service' > Click 'Student Admission' > Click 'View Enrolment Letter'.For International Students, the Enrolment Letter will be sent to you via post.
Can an ex-ITE graduate apply for ITE full-time courses?
payable per term for full-time Nitec courses
for January 2017 term is given below:
Fees Per Term (AY 2017 Fees)
Total Per Term
(e) = (a)+(b)+(c)+(d)
Total Per Academic Year
(f) = (e) x 2
1) The above are based on Academic
Year 2017 fees and are subject to revision.
2) One term is 6 months.
3) Registration Fee is a one-time payment.
4) Fee rates are inclusive of GST or after GST
5) Students are required to pay their term fees for all terms by the stipulated
dates in order to remain in their course of study. For subsequent terms, students are required to pay their fees through PSEA or
6) Full-time International
Students studying in ITE are required to participate in the Group
Hospitalisation and Surgical Insurance [GHSI(IS)] scheme, and the insurance
premium will be included in the fees at the start of each academic term. The
purpose of the GHSI(IS) is to help defray the hospitalisation expenses for
International Students in the event that they are hospitalised. The GHSI(IS)
amount payable is subject to yearly review. For International Students in the Nitec in Nursing course, the
GHSI(Healthcare) rate stated in note 7 will apply instead.
students in the Nitec in Nursing course
are required to participate in the GHSI(Healthcare) scheme, which will cost
$19.00 per term (rate applicable for AY2017) for insurance premium. This amount
will be included in the fees at the start of each academic term. The
GHSI(Healthcare) provides coverage for hospitalisation expenses plus an
outpatient rider for clinical attachments. GHSI(Healthcare) rate payable is
subject to yearly review.
8) The total
fees per term per academic year shown in the table are for students in the
full-time Nitec courses (excluding
Nitec in Nursing). For Nitec in
Nursing students, the total fees per term per academic year are different after
consideration of the specific GHSI(Healthcare) rate.
9) Fees are charged based on Citizenship at the point of term commencement. Students
who have officially informed ITE of their Citizenship change to Singapore Citizen or Singapore
Permanent Resident before the term
commencement will have their fees adjusted to the
Singapore Citizen / Singapore
Permanent Resident rate for that term. However, for students who inform ITE officially
of their Citizenship change
to Singapore Citizen or Singapore Permanent Resident after
the term commencement, their fees will be adjusted to the Singapore
Permanent Resident rate only with effect from the next term.
Successful applicants may pay the first term fees through one of the following modes:
who are a
Citizen with Post Secondary Education Account (PSEA)
Education Account (PSEA)
Singapore Citizens with PSEA are required to
complete the MOE Standing Order (SO) form and submit it when you report to
your posted College for registration between Wed 4 Jan 17 and Fri 6 Jan 17. If your siblings
have sufficient PSEA balances, you may also submit SO Form to use their PSEA
for payment of your term fees. Please note that if a Singaporean has an
Edusave account, the balance will only be transferred to PSEA when he is 16
years old or when he leaves Secondary School/Junior College/Centralised
Institute or Government-supported Special Education (SPED) schools, whichever
occurs later. You may call the PSEA enquiry line at
62600777 to check whether you have a PSEA account and your PSEA balances. If you have an Edusave account, you are
considered to be without PSEA at this point in time and are required to pay
your first term fees by the payment modes mentioned below. For more
information on PSEA, you may visit MOE website http://www.moe.gov.sg/initiatives//post-secondary-education-account/
- Singapore Citizen with Post Secondary Education Account (PSEA)
- Singapore Permanent Residents
via Credit Card
If you have
accepted the course offer online before 6pm, you may pay via online payment
from 10.30am the next working day. If you have accepted the course offer
online after 6pm, you may pay via online payment from 10.30am two working
days later. To pay via online:
· Go to website myportal.ite.edu.sg
· Login with ID & Password
· Click iStudent/Financial Assistance icon
followed by Online Payment icon and follow the instructions to make payment
NETS / Credit
Card Payment at ITE Colleges
You may pay via these modes when you report to the
respective colleges for registration between Wed 4 Jan 17 and Fri 6 Jan 17.
If you do not have PSEA or your PSEA balance is insufficient for all terms in the course of study, you are required to complete and submit the Application Form for Interbank GIRO form during college registration between Wed 4 Jan 17 and Fri 6 Jan 17 for payment of fees from the second term onwards.
If you do not pay your fees by Fri 6 Jan 17, you are deemed to have withdrawn from the course which you have accepted. Your training place will be forfeited.
Successful international applicants may pay their first term fees via NETs / Credit Card at the posted College upon obtaining their Student Pass and medical report (only for courses which require medical examination). If you do not pay your fees upon receipt of Student Pass, you are deemed to have withdrawn from the course which you have accepted and your training place will be forfeited. Please bring along your Student Pass, competed GIRO Form and medical report (only for courses which require medical examination) when you report to your posted College. You will not be allowed to make fee payment for the course if you do not bring the required documents
Refund of fees is not an automatic process. Applicants must apply for refund before ITE will process the request. The total fees paid may be refundable under the following conditions:
Date of Application for Refund
Amount of Refund*
2 weeks or
more before start of course / term
Less than 2
weeks before start of course / term
After start of
course / term
All requests for refund are not guaranteed and are subjected to approval by
The gross mean
monthly salaries of 2015 ITE graduates who joined the workforce are indicated
Starting Gross Mean Monthly Salaries of ITE
Business & Services
Design & Media
If you are a
candidate from MOE school who had sat for the 2016 Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘N’ examinations
or a Singaporean/Singapore Permanent Resident with valid GCE ‘N’/’O’ level results before
the year 2016: