About the Course
The Common Engineering Programme is a common entry point for 10 diploma courses.
Click here for CEP Flowchart.
Learn more about the Diplomas by clicking the links above.
You keep your options open and choose one of the ten diplomas after the first semester. This means you have more time to decide on the field of specialization by assessing the industry's trends and the prospects in each sector of the economy before making your choice.
The programme hence gives you the ultimate flexibility that you need in today’s dynamic and rapidly evolving world.
More than an Engineering Diploma!
Business Management @ ENG - Starting Apr 2011, Engineering students will be able to take up Business Management courses while pursuing their ENG diploma.
Certificate Programme @TP - Students who have done well in their first semester may select and pursue an additional certificate program in a field outside their course of study.
For more information, refer to More than a Diploma
Feeling cooped up in Singapore? Sign up for an overseas study trip or overseas community project just for you! Not only do you get the rare opportunity to visit engineering organisations overseas, go sweat out in a project to help an overseas community and have fun with fellow students from different diplomas in TP!
Read more here: Overseas Experience
Are you new or "not-so-new" in TP? There may be a scholarship just for you!
Read more here: Scholarships
All the 10 diploma courses are well established and they receive advance standings from both our local and oversea universities. Students who opt to further their university studies in our local universities will take 3 years to complete their first degrees. In oversea universities, our students will normally require to do the last 2 years of the degree programme for the relevant courses.
For more information, refer to Further Studies
How To Apply
Select JAE code T56 in your application. This is the code for Common Engineering Programme.
The Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE) is held every year after the release of O levels results in January.
Chang Hark Loong
Common Engineering Programme