Applicants can apply via Internet at https://www.ite.edu.sg
during the application period between Thu 19 Dec 19 (2.30pm) and Mon 23 Dec 19 (5pm).
(web access) are also available at the ITE Colleges throughout the application
period during office hours (Mon to Fri from 8.30am to 6pm), and on
Sat 21 Dec 19 (8.30am to 12.00pm).
Applicants who have indicated course(s)
under Aptitude-Based Admissions as their choice(s) are to check if they have
been shortlisted for interview, and their interview details (if shortlisted) by
logging in at https://istudent.ite.edu.sg
from Thu 26 Dec 19 (9am).
Shortlisted applicants will need to attend interview / aptitude test at the
specified date and time, on Fri 27 Dec 19
or Mon 30 Dec 19.
may check their application result online and accept course offer (if
successful) by logging in at https://istudent.ite.edu.sg
from Fri 3 Jan 20
(9am) to Tue 7 Jan 20.
Successful applicants are required to accept the offer during this period.
Unsuccessful applicants may submit online appeal for a relevant course between Fri 3 Jan 20 and Mon 10 Feb 20.
Successful applicants may accept the
course offer by logging in at https://istudent.ite.edu.sg,
then click on 'Self-Service' >
'Student Admission' > 'View Application Results'.
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you will be withdrawn.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
Fields required are:
2) NRIC / FIN
4) Contact No.
5) Email (optional)
No. of family members in your
household (including yourself)
Total gross household monthly income
In Singapore dollars, round-off to the
Details of personal health condition
Details of personal particulars
Birth Country, Marital Status,
Religion, House Type
After completing course acceptance, successful applicants can proceed to apply for bursary/financial assistance (if eligible), upload passport size photo for the application of ITE Student Concession Card, and submit PSEA SO form online (only for Singapore Citizens who are using their own PSEA to make fee payment for ITE full-time courses).
(i) Bursary/Financial Assistance Application
To apply for bursary/financial assistance, eligible applicants will need to provide the following information of all family members in the same household:
Alternatively, you may exit the browser at any time and submit the online bursary/financial assistance application later at https://myportal.ite.edu.sg/regsubmission from the next day after course acceptance.
After submitting the application for bursary/financial assistance, you will be notified via email on the procedure to provide one supporting income document (e.g. latest payslips of not more than 3 months old or CPF contribution statement or latest income tax statement or letter from employer indicating income) for each working adult to complete your application for bursary/financial assistance.
(ii) Photo Upload
All applicants are required to upload a passport size photo for the application of ITE Student Concession Card. The guidelines for the photo are that it must:
The photo image requirements are:
You may make use of the image editing tools to resize your photo at this link:
Once you are done, click ‘Exit’ to close the browser.
Alternatively, you may exit the browser at any time and submit your photo later at https://myportal.ite.edu.sg/regsubmission from the next day after course acceptance.
(iii) Submit PSEA SO Form
Singapore Citizens who are using their own PSEA to make fee payment for ITE full-time courses can submit the online PSEA SO form at https://go.gov.sg/psea-iteso. You will need to login via SingPass to submit the PSEA SO form. If you are below 21 years old, you will need your parent/guardian to login via his/her SingPass to submit the online PSEA SO form on your behalf. You can call the PSEA enquiry line (6260 0777) to check your PSEA balance.
Fees payable per term for full-time Nitec courses for January 2020 term are
Tentative Fees Per Term for January 2020 Term
Total Per Term
(e) = (a)+(b)+(c)+(d)
Total Per Academic Year
(f) = (e) × 2
Singapore Permanent Resident
The above are based on
Academic Year 2020 fees.
One term is 6 months.
Registration Fee is a
Fee rates are
inclusive of GST or after GST subsidy.
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 / GIRO (if you do not have PSEA or your PSEA balance is
insufficient for all terms in the course of study).
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.
7) 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 Citizen /
Singapore Permanent Resident rate only with effect from the next term.
acceptance of the course offer, successful applicants who are a Singapore
Citizen or Singapore Permanent Resident may pay their 1st
term fees through one of the following modes:
who are a
Singapore Citizen with
Post-Secondary Education Account (PSEA)
Citizens who are using their own PSEA to make fee payment for full-time ITE
courses can submit the online PSEA Standing Order (SO) form at https://go.gov.sg/psea-iteso latest by Fri 10 Jan 20.
You will need
to login via SingPass to submit the online PSEA SO form.
If you are
below 21 years old, you will need your parent/guardian to login via his/her
SingPass to submit the online PSEA SO form on your behalf.
Please note that if a Singaporean has an
Edusave account, the balance will only be transferred to PSEA in the year he
turns 17 years of age or is no longer studying in a MOE-funded school,
whichever happens later.
You may call the PSEA enquiry line at
62600777 to check whether you have a PSEA 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 1st term fees by the payment modes mentioned below.
information on PSEA, you may visit MOE website: http://www.moe.gov.sg/
required to complete and submit the hardcopy PSEA SO form when you report to
your posted College for registration between Wed 8 Jan 20 and Fri 10 Jan 20, if:
You opt to use your
sibling(s)’ PSEA for payment of your term fees and your sibling(s)’ PSEA
balances are sufficient, or
You are unable to submit the
online PSEA SO form.
· Singapore Citizen without PSEA
Singapore Permanent Resident
Online Payment by Credit/Debit Card upon
matriculation of courses
To pay via online:
· Go to website https://myportal.ite.edu.sg
· Login with ID & Password
Click iStudent/Financial Assistance icon followed by Online
Payment icon under Financial Account and follow the instructions to make
NETS or Credit Card Payment at ITE
You may pay via these modes when you report to your posted College
for registration between Wed 8 Jan 20
and Fri 10 Jan 20.
For students who
do not have PSEA or whose 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 during registration at the Colleges between Wed 8 Jan 20 and Fri 10 Jan 20 for payment
of fees from the 2nd term (i.e. Jul 2020 term) onwards.
If you do not pay your fees by Fri 10 Jan 20, you are
deemed to have withdrawn your training place and the place will be offered to
other eligible applicants appealing for a place in the course.
Successful international applicants who
have obtained their Student Pass must pay the 1st term fees via NETS
or Credit Card at the Customer & Visitor Centre of your posted College in
order to obtain the Enrolment Letter to commence training. You are also
required to submit the completed Application Form for Interbank GIRO for
payment of fees from 2nd term (i.e. July 2020 term) onwards. Please
bring along your Student Pass, completed Application Form for Interbank GIRO,
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.
If you do not report to your posted College with the Enrolment Letter to
commence training by Wed 12 Feb 20, you will be deemed to have
withdrawn your training place and the place will be offered to other eligible
applicants appealing for a place in the course.
of Application for Refund
weeks or more before start of course / term
than 2 weeks before start of course / term
start of course / term
requests for refund are not guaranteed and are subject to approval by ITE.
The indicative gross salary range based on ITE 2018
Graduate Employment Survey is given in the table below:
Starting Gross Mean Monthly Salaries
of ITE Graduates:
Business & Services
Design & Media