NTU's admission offer letters go digital
Students who are offered a place at Nanyang Technological University this year will receive their admission offer letters electronically instead of in paper form - a first for a Singapore university.
Under a pilot phase, over 400 digitally-certified electronic offer letters have already been successfully sent to polytechnic students and thousands more will be sent to prospective students in the coming months.
NTU's Associate Provost Professor Kam Chan Hin, says this new process is not only eco-friendly, but more importantly, allows applicants to be informed of their admission outcome in a timely way.
It also gives them the flexibility to respond almost immediately to our offer of admission.
With this new system at NTU, the entire process - from application to acceptance of the university's offer of admission - becomes completely paperless.
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