FPS Policy

In order to protect the fees paid by students, the School has adopted an Insurance Protection Scheme in partnership with an insurance company appointed by the Council for Private Education. Our partner insurance company is LONPAC INSURANCE BHD (www.lonpac.com/web/sg/singapore-branch).

All students, regardless of their nationality and the type of pass held, whether full-time or part-time, shall come under this scheme.

Insurance will be purchased through e-banking within 7 days after the money is credited into the School’s bank account. The insurance effective date will be the same as the date when money is credited into the School’s bank account.

The original copy of the Certificate of Insurance will be given to the students.

The School updates the provider:

  • when a student transfers course; or
  • when a student withdraws from the course; or
  • when a student terminates his course; or
  • when a student defers or extends his/her course; or
  • when the student fee protection status is affected by other reasons.

FPS Details

In order to protect the fees paid by students, the School has adopted an Insurance Protection Scheme in partnership with an insurance company appointed by the Council for Private Education. Our partner insurance company is LONPAC INSURANCE BHD (www.lonpac.com/web/sg/singapore-branch).

All students, regardless of their nationality and the type of pass held, whether full-time or part-time, shall come under this scheme.

Insurance will be purchased through e-banking within 7 days after the money is credited into the School’s bank account. The insurance effective date will be the same as the date when money is credited into the School’s bank account.

The original copy of the Certificate of Insurance will be given to the students.

The School updates the provider:

  1. when a student transfers course; or
  2. when a student withdraws from the course; or
  3. when a student terminates his course; or
  4. when a student defers or extends his/her course; or
  5. when the student fee protection status is affected by other reasons.

The school can collect fees (excluding application fees) only after the student contract has been fully signed.
Each instalment shall not exceed 12 months’ worth of fees. Each instalment after the first instalment shall be collected within one week before the next payment scheduled.
The school must issue an original receipt and maintain accurate records for every payment made by students

  1. Course Application Fee
  2. Prevailing Goods and Services Tax (GST)
  3. Miscellaneous Fees (adhoc fees collected as and when the need arises, eg. credit card charge)
  4. FPS insurance premium
  5. Examination fees collected less than 2 months before examination date