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ITE College West

 

ITE College West

ITE College West
Established July 2010
Type Public
Principal Goh Mong Song
Academic staff
Approx. 600
Students Approx. 8000 (Full-Time)
Location Chua Chu Kang, Singapore
Campus 9.54 hectares
Website [2]

ITE College West (ITE CW) (Formerly known as ITE West Network) is a division of the Institute of Technical Education. In 2010, a single campus was built in the Choa Chu Kang and replaced its five smaller network campuses as part of ITE's "One ITE System, Three Colleges" plan. The field of focus of College West is Precision Engineering, Automotive Technology and Chemical Process Technology.

Originally the campuses are located at Dover, Balestier, Ang Mo Kio, Bukit Batok and Clementi. The campus at Bukit Batok became SHATEC Building, Clementi was demolished, SUTD took over Dover Campus, Balestier Campus was demolished and Ang Mo Kio Campus became Ai Tong School. All have been demolished, however the ITE Headquarters was shifted to ITE College Central.

Contents

  • New campus at Choa Chu Kang 1
  • School and Courses 2
  • External links 3
  • References 4

New campus at Choa Chu Kang

In July 2010, the new 9.54-hectare mega-campus opened, operating four schools - the School of Business and Services, School of Hospitality, School of Engineering and School of Info-Comm Technology. At this time, several of the network campuses were closed and the courses were transferred to the campus. It was officially opened on 18 April 2011 by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.[1]

School and Courses

The College has four schools:

  • School of Business and Services
  • School of Hospitality
  • School of Engineering
  • School of Info-Comm Technology

External links

  • ITE College West
  • Development of the new ITE College West

References

  1. ^ http://www.asiaone.com/print/News/AsiaOne%2BNews/Singapore/Story/A1Story20110419-274338.html

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