Students must be properly attired in ITE uniform or prescribed attire while in College during term time and at all ITE-organised activities, events or functions (Please refer to examples of School/Course uniforms as shown below).
No modification to the uniform or prescribed attire is allowed.
Male students are not allowed to put on earrings or studs.
During Industry Attachment, students must follow the company’s dress code.
Trainees, under the ITE’s Traineeship Programme, attending Off-the-Job Training at ITE must be attired in either company uniform or ITE uniform.
Footwear: Dark-coloured covered shoes for all courses except for:
– Students from Paramedic & Emergency Care are required to wear black boots.
– Students from the School of Business (Accounting, Business Services, Event Management, Finance Services, Human Resource & Administration, Logistics, Passenger Services) are required to wear black court shoes for females and black business shoes for males.
Sports Shoes only: All Fitness Training and Sport Management students are required to wear suitable trainers or sports shoes.
Safety Boots: All students from the School of Engineering are required to purchase safety boots.
Lab Coat: All students from the Applied Food Science, Biotechnology, Chemical Process Technology and Chemical Technology courses are required to purchase lab coats.
Pants only: All female students from the Applied Food Science, Biotechnology, Chemical Process Technology, Chemical Technology, Digital Audio & Video Production and Opticianry courses are required to wear pants as part of their uniform.
School of Applied & Health Sciences
School of Business & Services
School of Electronics & Info-Comm Technology
School of Engineering
Where and when can students buy uniforms during term time? Can they use Nets to pay for the uniforms?
Uniforms will be on sale every Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 6.00pm at JCS@EAST retail outlet located at the Business Block, unit B01-15. Only cash is accepted for payment for uniforms at the JCS shop.
Why must student wear dark coloured covered shoes when in uniform?
Wearing dark coloured covered shoes with the uniform is to help our students project a professional and positive image to members of the public. Students who are caught not wearing dark coloured shoes when in uniform will have their names taken down. Third time offenders will be made to perform corrective work in the College.