Tuesday, November 14, 2017

9 Software You Will Need For Survival In The Poly!

Welcome back to a new semester! Now that you’ve gotten into the swing of things, we’re recommending nine software programs that can help you ace that presentation or keep your laptop in good shape.
Some of them are pretty basic, but some others may be brand new finds: Read on, NYPians!

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

10 studying spots in NYP

Need to do a spot of mugging with the looming exams? Maybe your current study space is just too distracting? Maybe you feel you need a new area to recharge?

Check out these 10 conducive and free (!) study spots in NYP that may just help you nail that final paper!

Friday, July 28, 2017

5 Common Mistakes Not to Make During Examinations

With the semestral examinations round the corner, most of us would be hitting our books right about now. And while it’s totally important that we’re well prepared for the exam hall, there are five things you could do to totally torpedo your chances at success! Don’t commit these mistakes!

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Can you supply the Missing Type?

Blood cells transport life-giving oxygen to our organs, and fight off infections. Many surgical and medical procedures require blood transfusions, so there is constant demand for donor blood.
Can you help fill the Missing Types... of blood that is?

Come join the NYP Blood Donation drive on 4-7 July.  The  bi-annual event, now in its 16th year,  is organized by our Community Service Club, in collaboration with the Singapore Red Cross. This event is open to NYP students as well as the public.

Then, this year, share and create awareness for the event: Drop the A’s, B’s and O’s in your name and share it on social media in conjunction with the Missing Type campaign. A, B and O are the 3 out of the 4 blood types (the last blood type being AB) in the human body, with each compatible with a specific few other blood types.

Monday, June 12, 2017


Meet Vivien Wee! She is a year 1 student in Nanyang Polytechnic, studying Mass Media Management. She got into NYP through the Early Admissions Exercise (EAE) before she finished her O levels!

If you are considering applying for EAE, why not hear from Vivien herself?