ITE College Central

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ITE College Central
Motto Creative Learners, Innovative Workforce.
Established January 2005
Type Public
Principal Dr Ang Kiam Wee
Admin. staff Approx. 750
Students Approx. 10,400
Location Ang Mo Kio, Singapore
1°22′51.5676″N 103°51′27.1764″E / 1.380991000°N 103.857549000°E / 1.380991000; 103.857549000Coordinates: 1°22′51.5676″N 103°51′27.1764″E / 1.380991000°N 103.857549000°E / 1.380991000; 103.857549000
Campus 10.6 hectares
Website Official website
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ITE College Central is one of ITE's three Colleges under the "One ITE System, Three Colleges" Governance and Education Model. It moved into its current premise at Ang Mo Kio in December 2012, together with ITE Headquarters. This third comprehensive College covers a land area of 10.61 hectares with a total gross floor area of 192,820m2. It opened its doors to its first cohort of students in January 2013.[1] Positioned as "A College of Creativity and Innovation", the campus was opened officially on 8 November 2013 by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.[2]

Originally the ITE College Central schools are located at Bedok, Bishan, MacPherson, Tampines and Yishun until December 2012.

Academic Schools and courses[edit]

ITE College Central has four Schools (School of Business & Services, School of Design & Media, School of Electronics & Info-Communications Technology and School of Engineering) running a total of 51 courses.

Facilities[edit]

In Zentrum, the commercial belt, there are shops and restaurants open to ITE students, staff and the general public, such as NTUC FairPrice Xtra, Popular Bookstore, First Culinary, Eatzi Gourmet and Koufu. Also located in ITE College Central is ITE Epitome, an authentic training facility for students to work and interact with customers in a genuine commercial setting.

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Valen Low: Head of Singapore Arm Wrestling club, Oceania Arm Wrestling Champion u80kg(2014), Asian Youth Arm wrestling Champion 65-70kg(2014), most decorated Arm Wrestler in Singapore history.

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