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International Students Admission

Application to Junior High

All IS applicants at the secondary level are required to participate in the Admissions Exercise for International Students (AEIS). Students will then be offered a place in a school in Singapore upon receiving their AEIS test results. Under this exercise, there is no option available to specify NJC as the school of choice, as the posting is carried out by MOE.

The link to the AEIS can be found here.

Application to Senior High

All IS applicants who wish to be considered for admission to National Junior College (Senior High) are required to participate in the Junior College – Principals Academy Certification Test (J-PACT) conducted by the Principals Academy. More specific information on J-PACT can be found here.

IS applicants can approach NJC directly for consideration by third week of December with their J-PACT results and other supporting documents (may include past academic records and non-academic achievements and certification). NJC will shortlist the IS applicants for interviews and selection test(s) by the first week of January (in the following year).

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International Students Admission

Application to Junior High

All IS applicants at the secondary level are required to participate in the Admissions Exercise for International Students (AEIS). Students will then be offered a place in a school in Singapore upon receiving their AEIS test results. Under this exercise, there is no option available to specify NJC as the school of choice, as the posting is carried out by MOE.

The link to the AEIS can be found here.

Application to Senior High

All IS applicants who wish to be considered for admission to National Junior College (Senior High) are required to participate in the Junior College – Principals Academy Certification Test (J-PACT) conducted by the Principals Academy. More specific information on J-PACT can be found here.

IS applicants can approach NJC directly for consideration by third week of December with their J-PACT results and other supporting documents (may include past academic records and non-academic achievements and certification). NJC will shortlist the IS applicants for interviews and selection test(s) by the first week of January (in the following year).

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