Accelerated Pathway Programme
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 Accelerated Pathway Programme

What is Accelerated Pathway programme?

Singapore University of Social Sciences Accelerated Pathway programme allows you to register selected the University courses while you are still pursuing your Diploma education. It is designed to give you a head start in your university education by the time you graduate from your Diploma course.

How does the Accelerated Pathway programme​ work?

If you are a current local Polytechnic student who has done well academically*, you may apply to enrol in Singapore University of Social Sciences's Accelerated Pathway programme. If you are selected into the Accelerated Pathway programme, you will study a total of 20 credit units (cu) of courses from selected undergraduate programmes while pursuing your Diploma course. 

Upon successful completion of your Diploma course and having fulfilled the minimum required grade point average (GPA) score for the Accelerated Pathway programme, you will be granted credit recognition when you enrol with Singapore University of Social Sciences​ for your undergraduate studies, subject to fulfilling the University's admission criteria. This means that you will take a shorter duration to complete your undergraduate degree programme.


The Accelerated Pathway is available for the following undergraduate programmes:

  1. Bachelor of Building and Project Management
  2. Bachelor of Engineering Aerospace Systems
  3. Bachelor of Engineering Electronics
  4. Bachelor of Social Work


The Accelerated Pathway programme has two admission intakes a year – January and July. Our admission application is available all year round. 

Applications received by 31 March will be considered for admission to the July intake and applications received by 30 September will be considered for admission to the January intake.

For more information, please call us at +65 6248 9777 or email to:​
    (Bachelor of Building and Project Management/Bachelor of Engineering Aerospace Systems/Bachelor of Engineering Electronics) 
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    (Bachelor of Social Work)​