ABOUT SP
Great Location
We are the only polytechnic in Singapore that is located right next to a MRT station. Dover Station is just at our doorstep, literally!
Facts in Brief
Singapore Polytechnic (SP) is Singapore’s first polytechnic. It has 10 schools that offer 47 full-time courses for close to 16,000 students. SP is committed to producing competent and versatile graduates who are also imbued with sound values, so that they can be work ready, life ready and world-ready. To date, the graduate output from Singapore Polytechnic is more than 195,000.

Find out more information about enrolment and graduate output here.
Spoilt for Food Choices
Known for our wide array of food choices, there are six food courts and various F&B outlets all around campus. Some of our students’ favourites are McDonald’s at T16 and Ya Kun Kaya Toast at Food Court 2. We even have KFC, Starbucks and Subway housed in one food court!

If you like western cuisine, you can’t afford to miss a visit to the Moberly Café. For those who like to dine in a cosy and comfortable environment, you can always step into the Food Haven Restaurant which is beside the swimming pool.

Find out more about the locations and operating hours here.
Facilities At SP

We provide state-of-the-art facilities in order to enhance your learning journey. We are home to the first ever Perfumery and Cosmetic Science Centre in Asia, a Cyber Wargame Centre and a F1 car simulator. We also have a Marine simulator, F16 simulator, a UOB Kay Hian live trading room and the Aero Hub which houses all of SP's aeroplanes.

Not forgetting the fun, SP has a wide variety of sports facilities including an Olympic-sized pool and the awesome Sports Arena!

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Nice Green Campus
Here in SP, we preserve and replenish our whooping 38-hectare green campus. We are the first polytechnic to receive the highest accolade in Singapore for achievements in the field of environmental sustainability.

Fun fact: Singapore Polytechnic is home to some of the rarest species of flora such as the Brown Woolly Fig (Ficus Drupacea).