ITE College East Hot
ITE College East was set up in 2005 and carries the courses from the following areas: Applied and Health Sciences; Business and Services; Engineering; Electronics and Info-Comm Technology.
Doesn't feel like an ITE at all, rather, like a uni!
Being the first ITE campus to be constructed, I only stepped in last year for a short course, and boy was I taken aback by a mile!
The architectural concept of the campus is a circular forum which is sparkling clean even on a weekday, and followed by three buildings curving and surrounding the central forum. I absolutely admire the fact that the ITE's retail outlets are manned by actual students, who are ever so polite when greeting customers or answering inquiries.
With loads more facilities like a stadium n a rock-climbing wall and 3 cafeterias, I'm really glad to see that the government has invested steadily and sturdily into ITE to secure their quality of education.
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I used to work here before and this school has many facilities. For starters, this place has two canteens. The level two canteens sell amazing crispy waffles and wide range of flavours from cream cheese to ice cream. Other than the two canteens, there are two other cafes and Subway. Hungry does not exist in this institution.
After gaining calories, you can spend some time burning it at the school gym with equipment enough to meet your exercising needs. Moreover, they have punching bags where you can just not lose some calories but also vent your anger. Furthermore, they have a swimming pool, tennis court and rock climbing wall.
I have only worked there for two months but I did not get the luxury to explore it.
Looks like a sports school!
Even though I don't study in this institution, I have to say that from a public point of view that the architectural design of the school is very enticing. It's quite hard to believe that it's a tertiary institution, and not a sports school for they seem to be really equipped with multiple sports facilities such as a swimming pool (seemingly competition size), a soccer field, and a full track.
A few friends of mine who study there have sung praises about their gyms. So I guess it makes them quite holistic in the physical education department!