Say Yes To New Adventures

Book a ticket, pack a bag, jump on a plane and see the world just like these SP students have done on their Overseas Industrial Training Programme (OITP), Overseas Social Innovation Programme (OSIP), and Learning Express (LeX) journeys.

Pose like a rock star! Our School of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering (MAE) students on their OITP in Beijing sure know how to enjoy themselves while staying #ontopoftheirgame.

 

Who says that one cannot mix business with pleasure? Magdalene Tan, a Diploma in Food Science and Technology (DFST) student, interned at Massey University in Wellington, New Zealand where she assisted food researchers. As part of her “research”, she also visited nearly every farmers’ market in Auckland.

 

Who says that one cannot mix business with pleasure? Magdalene Tan, a Diploma in Food Science and Technology (DFST) student, interned at Massey University in Wellington, New Zealand where she assisted food researchers. As part of her “research”, she also visited nearly every farmers’ market in Auckland.

 

Jump for the skies like our Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering (MAE) students on their overseas internship in Changchun, China. Watch them reach new heights with SP!

 

Cheryl Lai, SP’s Diploma in Accountancy (DAC) graduand and globetrotter, embarked on an early morning expedition to Mount Bromo, Indonesia to catch the sunrise! For this adventurer on her OSIP, there is no such thing as #FOMO. #singaporepoly #speye

Feeling right at home in front of the Sydney Opera House is Diploma in Architecture (DARCH) student, Mabel Khaw. Visiting Australia for an architecture master class during the holidays, Mabel met award-winning architects who inspired her to pursue greater heights in this

 

Who says that one cannot mix business with pleasure? Magdalene Tan, a Diploma in Food Science and Technology (DFST) student, interned at Massey University in Wellington, New Zealand where she assisted food researchers. As part of her “research”, she also visited nearly every farmers’ market in Auckland.

 


Muhammad Haziq and Hans Elias were at the Pratt and Whitney Training Center in Beijing, China doing what they do best – Aeronautical Engineering. Chasing down big dreams of working on big flying machines, they have sure come far!

 

Talk about an eye-opening Learning Express (LeX) trip to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. A group of Diploma in Chemical Engineering (DCHE) and Diploma in Perfumery and Cosmetics (DPCS) students worked on a prototype to help salt farmers ease their heavy loads during harvests. Go #teamSP! #singaporepoly #speye