Applicants can submit an appeal via the ITE website (www.ite.edu.sg) after the release of the DPP application results. Actual dates of the appeal period will be published on the ITE website upon release of the 2018 GCE N-Level examination results.
How do I apply for the DPP?
Upon the release of the GCE N-Level examination results, eligible Secondary 4N(A) students can apply for the DPP using their GCE N-Level examination results and school-based O-Level preliminary examination results (if applicable). Upon release of the DPP posting results, students who have been offered a place must indicate acceptance of the offer by end December, failing which the offer will lapse and the place will be offered to another student. More information on the admission procedures can be found in the January 2019 ITE Admission Booklet. Eligible Secondary 4N(A) students who have sat for both GCE N- and GCE O-Level examination subjects may also apply for the DPP.Successful applicants will be posted to respective DPP Higher Nitec courses, which will begin in January 2019. Students who have received and accepted a DPP offer by end 2018 need not report for Secondary 5 on 2 January 2019.
If you are a
candidate from MOE school who had sat for the 2018 Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘N’ examinations
or a Singaporean/Singapore Permanent Resident with valid GCE ‘N’/’O’ level results before
the year 2018:
Alternatively, if students
are certain that they do
want to continue with Secondary 5 and sit
the GCE O-Level examinations, they should apply for the DPP in December.
If the student successfully accepts his/her DPP offer, he/she will graduate from school at Secondary 4 N(A), and his/her school will not reserve a place for the student in Secondary
5. He/She will also be required to complete his/her DPP enrolment by
paying enrolment fees and starting his/her 10-week DPP preparatory programme in January. If the student is
eligible for the PFP, his/her secondary school will
contact him/her regarding the
collection of the PFP
eligibility form (Form P), which is issued on the day of
the GCE O-Level results. If the student applies for and accepts his/her PFP offer in
January, he/she will need to apply for withdrawal from the DPP course as well as for a refund of his/her DPP enrolment fees.
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 2018 Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘N’ examinations:
If you are a Singaporean/Singapore Permanent Resident with valid GCE 'N'/'O' level results before year 2018:
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 2018