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Postby taurus19 » Wed, 07 Feb 2007 9:53 am

thank u so much niennaanarion,

you have clear my doubts. well you R young and tall so it shouldnt be a problem ++++ your qualification you have.

yes i will love it so much on what type of question they ask.. but"... it will take me some times to view your page, do you still rem what page is that?
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Postby taurus19 » Wed, 07 Feb 2007 9:54 am

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xmischax wrote:oooh yeahh! i`ll probably be based at sky tower, unless i`m out doing guided tours! say hi if you see me, i`ll have my name tag and all you know. hehe. :D


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is this your full time job? if i am not wrong you should be still waiting for your O's result rite?


nope, i`m a part timer. i got my o level results last year, i am the nov 2005 batch. i`m 17! :lol: i was in nyp last year but i`ve withdrawn from the course. i`ve just been accepted by nafa and waiting for sp now. :)


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all rite, i am sorry without checking properly @ the lst place. dint know she's from Indo...
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Postby xmischax » Wed, 07 Feb 2007 11:34 pm

don`t worry about it taurus! :lol:

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Postby niennaanarion » Thu, 08 Feb 2007 11:51 am

taurus19 wrote:thank u so much niennaanarion,

you have clear my doubts. well you R young and tall so it shouldnt be a problem ++++ your qualification you have.

yes i will love it so much on what type of question they ask.. but"... it will take me some times to view your page, do you still rem what page is that?


I just re-posted the questions on SIA interview questions thread.. =)
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Postby zombofi » Thu, 08 Feb 2007 4:35 pm

koko77 wrote:Cabbage

Sorry for the late reply. I mentioned earlier. SIA do accept pte dip. I'm from a local design school. I'm not exactly a crew, but i'm starting my training on the 25th Jan.

As for ur fren, cos' you did said she's from some pte dip? I heard from a fren of mine that her fren was from PSB. And SIA rejected her bcos of that. As for MDIS, I believe that SIA do tie down with MDIS for courses available for SIA crew.

So it is advisable to take a dip from NAFA, Lasalle-SIA, Raffles Lasalle, SIM & MDIS if you do not have local poly dip. Since you have a PSB academy certificate. I would suggest that you go for MDIS instead as it is more regconised for SIA and also other company. Moreover the part time dip only takes 12 mths or so. Full time is abt 9 mths I think.

But, but... you can try using ur PSB certificate. I cannot guarantee you anything. But you can try. It's a dilemma. You have to accept it if they don't accept ur cert.



I see that SIC isnt listed...does that mean it isnt recognised?

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Postby xmischax » Fri, 09 Feb 2007 12:00 am

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koko77 wrote:Cabbage

Sorry for the late reply. I mentioned earlier. SIA do accept pte dip. I'm from a local design school. I'm not exactly a crew, but i'm starting my training on the 25th Jan.

As for ur fren, cos' you did said she's from some pte dip? I heard from a fren of mine that her fren was from PSB. And SIA rejected her bcos of that. As for MDIS, I believe that SIA do tie down with MDIS for courses available for SIA crew.

So it is advisable to take a dip from NAFA, Lasalle-SIA, Raffles Lasalle, SIM & MDIS if you do not have local poly dip. Since you have a PSB academy certificate. I would suggest that you go for MDIS instead as it is more regconised for SIA and also other company. Moreover the part time dip only takes 12 mths or so. Full time is abt 9 mths I think.

But, but... you can try using ur PSB certificate. I cannot guarantee you anything. But you can try. It's a dilemma. You have to accept it if they don't accept ur cert.



I see that SIC isnt listed...does that mean it isnt recognised?


koko can`t list every single school.. but then i haven`t heard anything about SIC. haven`t heard anyone trying with that. but it might be a little risky, cos it is a private school right? correct me if i`m wrong :) SIA accepts qualifications from polys as well as semi-govt schools such as nafa and lasalle-sia which the moe deems equivalent to polys. they might or might not accept SIC, but if they accept it they may have to review your dip too. if it`s a deg then it shouldn`t be a problem.

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Postby blancD » Fri, 09 Feb 2007 12:35 am

zombofi wrote:
koko77 wrote:Cabbage

Sorry for the late reply. I mentioned earlier. SIA do accept pte dip. I'm from a local design school. I'm not exactly a crew, but i'm starting my training on the 25th Jan.

As for ur fren, cos' you did said she's from some pte dip? I heard from a fren of mine that her fren was from PSB. And SIA rejected her bcos of that. As for MDIS, I believe that SIA do tie down with MDIS for courses available for SIA crew.

So it is advisable to take a dip from NAFA, Lasalle-SIA, Raffles Lasalle, SIM & MDIS if you do not have local poly dip. Since you have a PSB academy certificate. I would suggest that you go for MDIS instead as it is more regconised for SIA and also other company. Moreover the part time dip only takes 12 mths or so. Full time is abt 9 mths I think.

But, but... you can try using ur PSB certificate. I cannot guarantee you anything. But you can try. It's a dilemma. You have to accept it if they don't accept ur cert.



I see that SIC isnt listed...does that mean it isnt recognised?


maybe you should enquire with SIA really... :-)
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Postby zombofi » Fri, 09 Feb 2007 10:48 am

:-k ohhh yes well thanks xmischax and blancD...

i have my HSC (a-lvls equiv.) from sydney and i signed up for a degree course here at SIC but it seems the uni tie up with SIC means that i will have to do the SIC dip for my 1st year and so forth. Thus i'm rather puzzled as to which would be my highest qualification should i apply (SIC Dip or HSC)?

Yes i shall call SIA and clarify.

Thanks again :)

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Postby niennaanarion » Fri, 09 Feb 2007 7:45 pm

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read the comments. wow. so much compliments.
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Postby taurus19 » Fri, 09 Feb 2007 11:24 pm

blancD wrote:
zombofi wrote:
koko77 wrote:Cabbage

Sorry for the late reply. I mentioned earlier. SIA do accept pte dip. I'm from a local design school. I'm not exactly a crew, but i'm starting my training on the 25th Jan.

As for ur fren, cos' you did said she's from some pte dip? I heard from a fren of mine that her fren was from PSB. And SIA rejected her bcos of that. As for MDIS, I believe that SIA do tie down with MDIS for courses available for SIA crew.

So it is advisable to take a dip from NAFA, Lasalle-SIA, Raffles Lasalle, SIM & MDIS if you do not have local poly dip. Since you have a PSB academy certificate. I would suggest that you go for MDIS instead as it is more regconised for SIA and also other company. Moreover the part time dip only takes 12 mths or so. Full time is abt 9 mths I think.

But, but... you can try using ur PSB certificate. I cannot guarantee you anything. But you can try. It's a dilemma. You have to accept it if they don't accept ur cert.


ermm... "really mdis connected with SIA ah.. alamak i hv register wif PSB dipolma, now waiting for the seat.
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Postby xmischax » Sat, 10 Feb 2007 1:46 am

no direct link i`m afraid. even lasalle-sia doesn`t have direct link with sia. sia is in the name just because they donated a lot of money to the institution then called lasalle. you`re waiting for the placing, have you paid anything for it? if not you can always try for mdis in the meantime. their dips requries 5 o levels though. but since you`ve decided to go to psb, maybe taking a deg after your dip will be a safer choice. but you can always try with your dip first before you go take a deg. :)

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Postby taurus19 » Sat, 10 Feb 2007 2:53 pm

xmischax wrote:no direct link i`m afraid. even lasalle-sia doesn`t have direct link with sia. sia is in the name just because they donated a lot of money to the institution then called lasalle. you`re waiting for the placing, have you paid anything for it? if not you can always try for mdis in the meantime. their dips requries 5 o levels though. but since you`ve decided to go to psb, maybe taking a deg after your dip will be a safer choice. but you can always try with your dip first before you go take a deg. :)


No, i haven't pay anything yet.

i plan to finish my PSB dip and together with my combine O's level in two different sitting and then after to my deg @ SIM
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Postby nipnip22 » Sat, 10 Feb 2007 6:58 pm

zombofi wrote::-k ohhh yes well thanks xmischax and blancD...

i have my HSC (a-lvls equiv.) from sydney and i signed up for a degree course here at SIC but it seems the uni tie up with SIC means that i will have to do the SIC dip for my 1st year and so forth. Thus i'm rather puzzled as to which would be my highest qualification should i apply (SIC Dip or HSC)?

Yes i shall call SIA and clarify.

Thanks again :)


Hmmm my friend was from SIC. According to her the you will have to get at least an Advanced Diploma from SIC to be of equal standing to the local Polytechnic Diplomas here. If you had not signed up already I would recommend you go for SIM instead. :)
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Postby blancD » Sun, 11 Feb 2007 3:17 pm

zombofi wrote::-k ohhh yes well thanks xmischax and blancD...

i have my HSC (a-lvls equiv.) from sydney and i signed up for a degree course here at SIC but it seems the uni tie up with SIC means that i will have to do the SIC dip for my 1st year and so forth. Thus i'm rather puzzled as to which would be my highest qualification should i apply (SIC Dip or HSC)?

Yes i shall call SIA and clarify.

Thanks again :)


You have the minimum qualification? A-levels equivalent? thats what they look for sometimes, but minimum requirements can always change~ :D
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Postby babypink » Sun, 11 Feb 2007 9:04 pm

yep.. mdis need 5 o level credits but if you do not meet that requirement, you need to take a professional cert of about 6 months before you can go on to take the diploma level. :D


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