SIT Matriculation for 2017 Academic Year

By | June 23, 2017

SIT Matriculation for 2017 Academic Year

All successful applicants who have accepted SIT’s offers are required to complete the matriculation process before commencing their studies in SIT. For AY2017/2018 intake, the pre-matriculation package will be sent to students via email from 5 June 2017 onwards. If you have not received the email, please e-mail us to retrieve your Student ID and password before starting the following matriculation process:

Step 1: Account Activation

You will need to activate your account in SIT Student Portal via the AUP Portal with your admission Application Number and the given Student ID and password. Please be reminded that in this step, you are required to change your password.

Once your account has been activated, you must log in to the Student Portal (Login: Student Portal > IN4SIT) using the matriculation number and your new password to view the subsequent steps.

Step 2: Matriculation Fee Payment

Student’s are required to pay a one-time, non-refundable Matriculation Fee of $53.50 (inclusive of GST) at the point of Matriculation. Please indicate your payment details with Your Student ID and Payment Reference Code with the following format: [Student idRO800M].

You may choose one of the following modes to make the payment and email the receipt or proof of payment to


NETS payment is only available at the respective Student Services Centre at SIT@Dover and SIT@Poly Buildings.

20 Dover Drive, Faculty Hall, Level 1, Student Services Centre
Singapore 138683

Operating Hours:
Monday to Friday
10am to 5pm

Students need to be mindful of their personal daily NETS transaction limit before making payment via NETS.

b) Online payment using debit/credit card

Students can pay by debit/credit card through Student Portal > IN4SIT > Matric Fee Payment (Tile). For any technical problems encountered in using the SIT online payment portal, please email to for assistance.

c) DBS/POSB Internet Banking

Bank Account Name: Singapore Institute of Technology
Bank Account No.: 003-910561-4
Bank Name: DBS Bank Ltd
Payment Detail: Respective Student ID – RO800M.

d) Cheque

Payment in cheque should be drawn from a bank in Singapore and in Singapore Dollars. It should be crossed and made payable to: Singapore Institute of Technology.

For identification purposes, students should indicate their full name, Student ID – RO800MNRIC and contact number at the back of the cheque before mailing it to the following address:

10 Dover Drive
Singapore 138683
Attention: Finance Division (Accounts Receivable)


Step 3: Online Pre-matriculation Declaration & Photo Submission

In this step, you are required to verify your personal particulars and complete the Pre-matriculation Declaration.

Online Matriculation and Submission of Photo (ALL Students)
Items Mode Due Date Division

Online Pre-matriculation Declaration

i. Verify and/or update personal particulars
ii. The passport-size coloured photo must meet the specifications stated in the portal for the making of matriculation card
iii. Please read all the ‘Declarations’ thoroughly, and tick all boxes to indicate that you have understood and accepted each declaration.

Online Submission via Student Portal> IN4SIT → Online Declaration (Tile) 30 Jun 2017

Registrar’s Office


6592 2091


Step 4: Compulsory Forms Submission

Please refer to the DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED below on the various forms that you need to submit online via Student Portal>IN4SIT> Document Submission (Tile) to complete the matriculation process.

For forms that need to be submitted in hardcopy to SIT, you may submit them either by mail or personally hand-deliver to:

Matriculation Exercise AY2017/2018 (Student Services Centre)

Singapore Institute of Technology
20 Dover Drive, Faculty Hall, Level 1, Student Services Centre
Singapore 138683
(Operating Hours: 10am – 5pm, Monday – Friday)

Step 5: Skillsfuture Credit

Singaporeans aged 25 and above may use their SkillsFuture Credit (SFC) for semesters and terms for programmes leading to a full qualification.

You can apply to use your credit up to 60 days before the semester or trimester start date of the course till the day of semester or trimester commencement. To submit your claims, you may access the SkillsFuture Credit Portal via You would have to indicate the start date of the trimester or semester as the course start date. Please refer to your respective trimester or semester undergraduate programme schedule.

Step 6: Financial Assistance (Bursaries, Loans, and Others)

There are several financial assistance schemes available to undergraduate students. Students who wish to apply for any of the financial assistance schemes are required to complete the relevant application forms in the Student Portal, CPF Portal or MENDAKI website by due date:

Financial Assistance Scheme (Bursaries/Grants)
S/N Item Mode Due Date Division to enquire
1 CPF Education Scheme Online Submission via CPF Portal 29 May – 30 June 2017

Student Finance

6592 8149

2 SIT Study Loan (SL)

Printable Form from Student Portal > IN4SIT

30 June 2017

Financial Assistance


6592 1150


Tuition Fee Loan (TFL)1

For further enquiries, please call DBS at 6333 0033

Download the application form here

before proceeding to DBS Bank with the completed form and guarantor.

4 Post-Secondary Education Account (PSEA)

For enquiry on your PSEA account, please contact MOE at 6260 0777 or

Download the application form here

(Submit original hardcopy form to SIT)


MENDAKI Tertiary Tuition Fee Subsidy

[Applicable to Singaporean Malays only]

For enquiry on the subsidy, please contact YAYASAN MENDAKI at 6245 5555 or

Submit an online application via MENDAKI website

CPF Education Scheme/TFL/SL are applicable to International Students (IS) who are receiving the MOE Tuition Grant. IS paying non-subsidised fees are NOT eligible for CPF Education Scheme/TFL/SL

Financial Assistance Scheme (Bursaries)
S/N Item Mode Due Date Division to enquire

  • CDC/CCC University Bursary
  • MOE Bursary

Online Submission via Student Portal > IN4SIT

Bursaries/Grants will be available through 2 application periods in July and November; please refer to SIT website for more details.

Students who have submitted an application during their Admissions period need not submit a new application in July.


Financial Assistance

6592 1150



SIT receives numerous gifts from donors to provide non-bonded bursaries and study grants for undergraduate students with financial needs, subject to fulfilment of eligibility criteria.

For the full list of bursaries and grants along with their details on their respective eligibility criteria, award quantum and usage conditions, please refer to SIT website

3 External Bursaries

  • Ngee Ann Kongsi Bursary
  • Sivadas-HEB Education Fund

Direct application to organisation

Please refer to SIT website for more details.


Step 7: Collection of Martriculation Card

All students will be issued their SIT matriculation card according to the designated collection dates as shown in the table below. They can collect their matriculation card personally or they may choose to authorise a parent or representative to do so on their behalf.

Collection of Matriculation Card (AY2017/2018)
Programme Date Collect from Student Services Centre Time

TUM Asia

– Bsc Electrical Engineering & Information Technology

– Bsc Chemical Engineering

28 Jul 2017 (Fri) Singapore Polytechnic

Student Services Centre
SIT@SP – Level 6

11.30am to 2pm

The Culinary Institute of America

– BBA Food Business Management

7 August 2017 (Mon) Temasek Polytechnic

Student Services Centre
SIT@TP – Level 5

9am to 11.30am

University of Glasgow

– BSc (Hons) Computing Science

– BEng (Hons) Mechanical Design Engineering
– BEng (Hons) Mechatronics

– BEng (Hons) Aeronautical Engineering
– BEng (Hons) Aerospace Systems

28 August 2017 (Mon) SIT@Dover

UofG Registration Centre

9am – 10am

Singapore Institute of Technology

– B (Hons) Accountancy
– B (Hons) Hospitality Business
– BEng (Hons) Pharmaceutical Engineering
– BEng (Hons) Information and Communications Technology (Software Engineering)
– BEng (Hons) Information and Communications Technology (Information Security)
– BEng (Hons) Sustainable Infrastructure Engineering (Land)
– BEng (Hons) Sustainable Infrastructure Engineering (Building Services)
– BEng (Hons) Telematics (Intelligent Transportation Systems Engineering)
– BSc (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography
– BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy

– BSc (Hons) Radiation Therapy

Singapore Institute of Technology/Massey University (Joint-Degree)
– B (Hons) Food Technology

Singapore Institute of Technology/Trinity College Dublin (Joint-Degree)

– BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy

Singapore Institute of Technology/University of Glasgow (Joint-Degree)

– BEng (Hons) in Civil Engineering

Singapore Institue of Technology/DigiPen Institute of Technology (Joint-Degree)

– Systems Engineering (ElectroMechanical Systems)*

26 August 2017 (Sat)

4 Sep 2017 (Mon)

5 Sep 2017 (Tues)


Student Services Centre
Faculty Hall, Level 1

26 Sep 2017

9am – 12.30pm

4 Sep & 5 Sep 2017

10am – 5pm

Singapore Institute of Technology/University of Glasgow (Joint-Degree)


 26 Aug 2017 SIT Student Services Centre 


9am to 10am

The Glasgow School of Art

– BA (Hons) Communication Design
– BA (Hons) Interior Design

13 Sep 2017 (Wed) Temasek Polytechnic

Student Services Centre
SIT@TP – Level 5

9am to 10am

University of Liverpool

– BA (Hons) Criminology and Security

18 Sep 2017 (Mon) Temasek Polytechnic

Student Services Centre
SIT@TP – Level 5

2pm to 5pm

Singapore Institute of Technology/Newcastle University (Joint-Degree)

– BEng (Hons) Marine Engineering
– BEng (Hons) Naval Architecture
– BEng (Hons) Offshore Engineering
– BEng (Hons) Chemical Engineering

– BEng (Hons) Mechanical Design and Manufacturing Engineering
– BEng (Hons) Electrical Power Engineering

26 August 2017 (Sat) SIT@Dover

Student Services Centre
Faculty Hall, Level 1

9am – 12.30pm

DigiPen Institute of Technology

– BS in Computer Science in Real-Time Interactive Simulation
– BFA in Digital Art and Animation
– BA in Game Design
– BS in Computer Science and Game Design

Singapore Institue of Technology/DigiPen Institute of Technology (Joint-Degree)

– Systems Engineering (ElectroMechanical Systems)

University of Glasgow

26 August 2017 (Sat) SIT@Dover

Student Services Centre
Faculty Hall, Level 1

9am – 12.30pm

Singapore Institute of Technology/Trinity College Dublin (Joint-Degree)

– BSc Diagnostic Radiography

Trinity College Dublin

– BSc Occupational Therapy
– BSc Physiotherapy
– BSc Radiation Therapy

25 September 2017


Nanyang Polytechnic
SIT@NYP – Level 7
9.00am – 12noon

1.00pm – 4.00pm

*SEEMS students may collect your matriculation cards at SIT@SP Student Services Centre on TBC alternatively the matric cards can also be collected at SIT@Dover on 31 Aug/4 Sep or 5 Sep.

Step 8: Undergraduate Concession Card

Application & Collection of the Undergraduate Concession Card

Students can enjoy travel concession privileges with the Undergraduate Concession Card through the use of monthly concession passes such as the Bus Concession Pass, Train Concession Pass and Hybrid Concession Pass. All full-time matriculated undergraduates are eligible to apply for the Undergraduate Concession Card.

Students who are interested to apply for the Undergraduate Concession Card may approach any of the TransitLink Ticket Offices (TLTOs) or TransitLink Concession Card Replacement Offices (CCROs) according to the schedule listed below. The list of TLTOs and their operation hours are available at TransitLink website.

Application Method Application Period
Online application 24 July 2017 – 31 Aug 2017
Application at TransitLink Concession Card Replacement Office 8 Sep 2017 onwards


Students are advised to check their application eligibility via TransitLink website before application starting from 24 July 2017. For online or mobile applications, students will be provided with clear step-by-step instructions on application.

Documents required for the application of your concession card:

  • Original NRIC/Passport for Singapore Citizen; or
  • Original NRIC/Re-entry Permit for Singapore Permanent Resident; or
  • Original Passport and Foreign Student Pass (FIN) for foreign student; and

Cost of application:

Card cost (non-refundable) S$5.00
Personalisation Fee** (non-refundable) S$3.00
TOTAL S$8.00

*Before using your card for transportation purposes, you must first activate it with a minimum stored value of S$10.00 at any TransitLink Ticket Office.
** Subject to changes

Students would be notified through their SIT email account on the card collection details if they have made their application from 24 July to 31 August 2017. TransitLink requires 3-4 weeks for the processing of the card application upon the online application. For students who apply from 8 September 2017 onwards, the card can be collected on the spot, upon payment. For guidelines, usage and loss or replacement of the Undergraduate Concession Card, please visit the TransitLink website.

•    All freshmen should check their eligibility status on TransitLink website before going to any TLTO (Transit link ticketing office) for card application. Only students with eligibility status reflected as ‘eligible’ can start applying for their concession card.
•    Freshmen who had applied for more than one university are strongly advised to apply for the Undergraduate Concession Card after they have matriculated at their confirmed choice of university.
•    There is a 32-character limit (including spacing) for the number of characters in the name field on the Undergraduate Concession Card.