Nanyang Polytechnic

NYP vision is to be a premier polytechnic of global distinction and its mission is to provide quality education and training to prepare students and adult learners for work and life, equipping them to be life-long learners and to contribute to the technological, economic and social development of Singapore.

World-class teaching facilities - NYP has strategic alliances and partnerships with many industry leaders. These have translated into the provision of state-of-the-art equipment, exchange of experts and opportunities for capability development at our Polytechnic.

Innovative teaching and learning - NYP pioneered the Teaching Factory/Enterprise Concept, which emulates the industry environment and provides a learning experience as close as possible to that of the real world. Students will also have the opportunity of engaging in industry-commissioned projects and gain practical exposure through hands-on involvement in the working environment.

Over the years, NYP graduates have earned some of the highest salaries among polytechnic graduates from similar courses. Employers value our graduates as they know that at NYP, not only do we train our students to be competent technologists and professionals, we also develop their entrepreneurial, problem-solving and creative-thinking skills.

NYP in figures:

  • 1992 - The year when Nanyang Polytechnic was established.
  • 30.5 hectares - The land area of NYP, which is about the size of 60 football fields.
  • 16,000 - Number of full-time students, our international students come from countries like China, Malaysia, Myanmar, Indonesia, Vietnam, India and others.

For details about the advance standing agreement between ANU and Nanyang Polytechnic please click on the advanced standing tab below.

Students from NYP can apply online for Undergraduate degrees covered by the agreement with the ANU.

Education agents can submit an application on behalf of the students via Studylink Portal, selecting "Partnership Appl UG 3999" (Undergraduate degrees).



Bachelor of Advanced Computing (Honours) ‘ 17
Hao chose to study at ANU over any other institution due to its academic reputation and notable alumni. Before he officially finishes his Bachelor degree, he was offered a software engineer job at Instaclustr, a cloud computing company in Canberra. His supervisor at ANU has formulated and submitted his Honours thesis to a reputable conference so Hao will also be working on that in his spare time. Did you live in a residential college? How was...

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