The newest Polytechnic, which is also the smallest, is one of the most beautiful set of buildings that I have ever seen in my life. Republic Polytechnic spruces up the surrounding area with its rather futuristic architecture, exuding a charm that puts its neighboring buildings to shame. The campus is fully air-conditioned, which is a major plus point in our blisteringly hot country. I went there to see a concert in its Cultural Centre, which is one of the attractions in RP.
Reflections 2010, Republic Polytechnic Community Arts Festival (28 October - 19 November) presents Just Jazz!
November 12th, 2010
07:30 PM - 09:30 PM
Tickets at $20/$50 can be purchased at http://myrp.sg/reflections/2010 and Republic Polytechnic One-Stop Centre.
You can reach here with a 10-15mins walk from woodlands MRT or you can choose to take bus 169 from the interchange. The difference between RP and the other polytechnics is the education system. Here in RP, Problem Based Learning is implemented. What's more, it is open to public, food in the 3 canteens are pretty affordable and nice, and the library is a good place for you to mug.
The youngest polytechnic in Singapore that offers a wide range of courses to study. The campus is huge and facilities are good. The methods of assessment are more project based and differs from other polys.
Another frequent place, when nearing exams this is a place where i'll mug with group mates. Pleasant and quiet vicinity, RP provides peaceful enviroment for you to keep you concentration level at its high.