Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE) result to be declared on Feb 2

The posting results for 2017 Joint Admission Exercise (JAE) will be declared on February 2, said Ministry of Education (MOE) of Singapore in a press release. The result will be available from 9:00 am onwards on the same day.

The results will be sent via text messages (SMS) to applicants if they have provided a mobile number during registration.

Alternatively, students can also access their results through the JAE website at https://www.moe.gov.sg/admissions/jae.

JAE result will be declared on Feb 2
Posting results for 2017 Joint Admission Exercise (JAE) will be declared on February 2, Photo courtesy: polytechnic.edu.sg

Applicants posted to a Junior College (JC) or the Millennia Institute (MI) are to report to these institutions on February 3 at 7.30 am. Applicants posted to a polytechnic or Institute of Technical Education (ITE) course will receive further instructions via an enrolment package from the respective institutions by mail.

Applicants who wish to appeal for a transfer to another JC should approach the JC of their choice directly. The JC has the discretion to consider the application if it has available vacancies and the student meets its course cut-off point for this year’s exercise. Applicants who wish to appeal for a transfer to MI should approach MI directly.

Those who wish to appeal for a place in a polytechnic diploma course or seek a transfer to another diploma course can do so via the Polytechnic JAE Appeals by logging on the website http://jaeappeal.polytechnic.edu.sg from Feb 2 to 6. Appellants may log on to the Polytechnic JAE Appeals website for the outcome of their appeals on Feb 9 at 2.00 pm.

Those who wish to appeal for a place in the ITE can do so by logging on the website https://www.ite.edu.sg/wps/portal/intake from Feb 2 to 8.

The outcome of the appeals will be available at https://www.ite.edu.sg/admission/ft/results.html from Feb 20.  Successful applicants are required to accept the offer by Feb 23.

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