1.1Each Academic year consists of three (3) terms. There will be a total of three invoices issued in each Academic year (i.e. one invoice for each term).
1.2All School Fees are to be paid before the due date for payment mentioned in the invoice/Student Contract. Please refer to the School's Fee Structure (set out in the School’s website) for details regarding the School Fees. Please refer to Schedule B and Schedule C of the Student Contract for details on the Course Fees and Miscellaneous Fees payable
1.3For late payment of School Fees beyond the due date for payment mentioned in the invoice/Student Contract, a late payment fee of S$100 (excluding GST) as stated in Schedule C of the Student Contract shall be imposed and payable in respect of each month or part thereof for which the School Fees remain outstanding.
1.4Except for payment of School Fees at time of enrolment, it is preferred (though not compulsory) for payment of School Fees at all other times to be paid by Interbank GIRO. GIRO forms are available from the school's Finance Department or the school's website/intranet portal MyGIIS. Signed copies of the GIRO forms shall be submitted to the Admissions Department at the time of admission. Administrative surcharges as set out in clause 1.7 hereinbelow are applicable for non-GIRO payments.
1.5Payment made by cashier’s order, cash, NETS, cheques, credit/debit cards through online payment via ‘Stripe’, QR Code under PayNow will be accepted at the time of admission towards payment of registration fees, School Fees or purchase of books from school's bookstore. All cashier’s order and cheques are to be made in favour of "GLOBAL INDIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL PTE LTD.".
1.6Any cheque/ GIRO payments which are dishonoured shall attract an administrative fee of S$100 (excluding GST) for each instance of dishonoured payment without prejudice to other remedies available to the School under applicable laws.
1.7The following additional terms and conditions will be applicable for those making payment of School Fees other than by way of GIRO:
1.7.1Non-GIRO administrative surcharge of S$50 (excluding GST) shall be applicable for each non-GIRO payment.
1.7.2Payments made by credit card will incur an administrative surcharge of 3.5% of the transaction value for each transaction.
1.8Registration Fees paid as per the School's Fee Structure is non-refundable except in the event that Student Pass application is not approved. In such cases of non-approval of student pass by the ICA, an administrative fee of $50.00 (excluding GST) will be deducted from the Registration Fees received before any refund is made.
1.9School Bus Fees (where applicable) is based on Zones and to & fro commutation. Areas within 3km distance by road are categorized under Zone 1. Areas between 3km and 10km distance by road are categorized under Zone 2. Areas beyond 10km distance by road are categorized under Zone 3. School Bus Fees will vary for one-way commutation. Please refer to the School Fee Structure for further details.
1. Payment of School Fees
2. Contact Details
2.1 All parents / guardians of the students (both local and international students) should provide their particulars to the school for contact purposes. The guardian should be a Singapore Citizen / Singapore Permanent Resident above eighteen (18) years old or the parent of the international student if the parent is working / staying in Singapore. The parents/ guardians of the students are required to report any change in guardianship to the school immediately.
2.2 All the parents / guardians are required to keep their information/ details updated on their respective MyGIIS accounts at all times.
3. Inter Campus Transfer
3.1 Transfer of students from one campus to another campus in Singapore is allowed on grounds of change of residence, graduation and/or any other reason as may be approved by the Principal subject to availability. All campus transfer requests should be made to either the School’s Admissions Department or the Principal’s Office of the respective campus, along with relevant details (eg. new address details) and are subject to approval by the Principal.
4. Cancellation of School Bus Service
4.1 For the Cancellation of the Bus Services, a notice period of one full calendar month is required to be given to the School by the parents / guardians. If no notice or less than one full calendar month’s notice is given, payment in lieu of notice will be payable. Once the Bus Service is cancelled, the parent can re-apply for the Bus service by paying the Bus Service Re-Activation Fee as per the School's Fee Structure.
4.2 The cancellation request can be made online via the school intranet portal (www.mygiis.org) in the section 'School - School Bus - Request Start/Stop Service'. The same will be approved within 2 working days. Parents are advised not to inform or approach the Bus Driver or Transport Contractor directly regarding cancellation reques.
5. Student Pass (For International Students, where applicable)
5.1 GIIS will render assistance to any Student who requires a Student Pass from the ICA. Such assistance include providing the Student with information on obtaining such pass, verifying the Student's enrolment and immigration status and assisting to procure the Student Pass on behalf of the Student. Please note that GIIS shall not be held responsible under any circumstances in case a Student Pass is refused by ICA or other relevant authorities, not issued or delayed or contains incorrect details.
5.2 The student pass is not transferable and will expire when the Student ceases to be a student of GIIS. GIIS is under obligation to inform ICA of the student's withdrawal from, or completion of his/her course of study at GIIS. Before the last day of school prior to the withdrawal from or completion of study at GIIS, the student should deliver to GIIS, a copies of the Student's passport, Student Pass and the Student Identity card, to enable the school to proceed with the cancellation of the student pass with the ICA.
6. MOE Approval - Singapore citizen
6.1 If a child is a Singapore Citizen, he/she is required to procure approval from the Ministry of Education (MOE) to enroll for his/her education at GIIS (excluding kindergarten/pre-school), irrespective of the class in which he/she intends to study.
6.2 Singapore Citizens who are enrolled in Kindergarten / Pre-School are not guaranteed continued admission to Grade / Standard 1 Class 1 and are required to seek prior MOE approval for continuing education in GIIS. The child will be allowed to continue his/her education at GIIS only after such approval is obtained.
6.3 The application for approval will be forwarded to MOE via the School, and parents are not encouraged to directly approach MOE for the same. Parents should approach GIIS in relation to the application.
7. Student Withdrawal
7.1 A student who withdraws from any GIIS school campus in Singapore to enrol with another school (ie. non-GIIS school in Singapore or GIIS school campus overseas) shall be deemed to have withdrawn from GIIS. Transfer of students from one GIIS school campus in Singapore to another GIIS school campus in Singapore would be regarded as a Inter Campus transfer.
7.2Students desirous of withdrawing from the course are required to apply and obtain approval from the School for the withdrawal before the withdrawal cut-off date applicable for the course for the relevant academic term (ie. Term 1, Term 2 or Term 3) to be eligible for any refund of fees paid as set out in Schedule D of the Student Contract. Details of the School’s refund policy can be found at clause 2 of the Student Contract. The withdrawal cut-off dates for each year are as follows:
Withdrawal DeadlineCBSE, GIPP, IB PYP & IGCSEIBDP Year 1IBDP Year 2Term 128 February31 May30 AprilTerm 231 May31 August31 JulyTerm 330 September31 December30 November
CBSE, GIPP, IB PYP & IGCSE
IBDP Year 1
7.3 Once the student withdraws from the school, the Student Contract (whether Student E Contract or Manual Student Contract) is deemed as cancelled with effect from the withdrawal date (ie. last date of school) or earlier as may be agreed by GIIS. Cancellation of the Student Contract shall not absolve the parents/ guardians of the students from their liability to pay the pending dues (if any).
8. Adherence to School Policies
8.1 All students whether in school or outside the school, have to adhere to all the school rules and regulations at all times, and failure to do so may result in school taking appropriate action including the termination of the student's admission, cancellation of the Student Contract or any action as per the Disciplinary Policy. A copy of the Disciplinary Policy can be found in the MyGIIS school intranet and/or Student Handbook.
9. Cancellation of Admission
9.1 The student’s admission may be deemed cancelled or terminated without notice by GIIS, if:
9.1.1 The Student Contract has not been signed by the parent/guardian on behalf of the student. In this case, the Student Contract shall be deemed to not have come into existence and shall not exist any binding contractual relationship between GIIS and the parent/ guardian;
9.1.2 The student or their parent/guardian commits breach of clauses mentioned herein;
9.1.3 The student breaches these Terms and Conditions and/or Code of Conduct guidelines posted on the MyGIIS, school intranet/website, Student Handbook and/or school diary. The school reserves the right to amend these Terms and Conditions, Code of Conduct guidelines from time to time as may be deemed appropriate without notice and the student and parents/ guardians are requested to regularly visit MyGIIS and school intranet/website to keep themselves updated with all such changes;
9.1.4 The student or his/her parent/guardian are convicted of an offence involving honour, honesty or public morals and order;
9.1.5 The student and/or his/her parent/guardian discourages or attempts to discourage the public in seeking admissions or encouraging them in withdrawing admissions from the School;
9.1.6 The student and/or his/her parent/guardian defames the school or its teachers or management in public or carries out any unlawful activity against the school or its teachers or discloses false/incorrect information about the school so as to bring ill-repute to the school or the schools’ teachers, present Employees or the institution as a whole;
9.1.7 The student or parent/guardian is discovered to have misled or cheated the school by way of submitting false or fake documents/certificates or made incorrect statements to the school; and/or
9.1.8 Student has absented himself/herself from the school without prior permission or notification for more than 15 days.
9.1.9Student uses private transport services which have not been authorized by the school as a means of transport to and from the school. Private transport services authorized by the school are set out below:
- School buses contracted by the school;
- Private cars;
- 2 wheelers;
- Standard taxis from authorized taxi companies;
- Private hire taxis from Grab, Gojek or other similar App based ride hailing service companies.
All other modes of private transport services shall be deemed as unauthorized
10. Confidential Information
10.1 It is agreed and accepted that the student and their parents/guardian shall maintain absolute confidentiality and secrecy towards school's confidential and/or secret and/or proprietary information or documents including any information in an electronic format. Unless the school has specifically authorized in writing of any document which could be made public or shared, all other information/documents would be deemed confidential/secret/proprietary and any sharing of such information/documents to public or unauthorized persons shall be construed as a breach of admissions terms and conditions.
10.2 Confidential Information/documents whether published or printed or communicated verbally including minutes of meeting, circulars, homework, assignments, exam papers, teaching aids on MyGIIS and/or other materials / documents made available on MyGIIS are strictly confidential in nature. Unauthorized Publication or circulation of such information with any unauthorized person would construe as breach of school's terms and conditions.
10.3 Parents, guardians and students acknowledge that the intellectual property rights for any project, worksheet, information, writing, publication, printed books, industry papers, guides or any documents/data provided by the school to the student, in the course of enrolment at GIIS shall remain Intellectual property of GIIS and shall belong exclusively and solely to GIIS in its entirety, and may be used by GIIS for any commercial or non-commercial purposes without any payment to the student, regardless of whether he/she continues to be enrolled in GIIS or not. Similarly, parents agree to GIIS using students' work, photographs and videos of the student, and other materials for purposes such as publicising and promoting GIIS and its students' accomplishments.
10.4 The students or parents or guardians of students are strictly prohibited from disclosing to unauthorized users, the contents of school's intranet which include parents and students contact information, telephone numbers and email addresses. If the student or parents discloses to any other unauthorized person or person not related to or employed by the school or to any third party which may use the information for their commercial or personal benefit, the school reserves the right to take legal action against the students or their parents/ guardians who are found to be responsible for passing on such information or with whose help such information was acquired by the third party. The school also reserves the right to take legal action against such third parties for illegally using or acquiring the school's confidential information.
10.5 Provided always that should the School on its own volition disclose such information and make it available to the general public, the student or parent/ guardian shall no longer be restricted but only as regards those "public domain" information disclosed by the School. Any information disclosed by the School to students of the School or other employees shall not be regarded as information in the area of "public domain".
10.6 Upon withdrawal of the student for any reason whatsoever, the student is to return, without demand, all documents and electronic data (whether in printed or machine-readable form) provided by the School to the student, to the School.
11. Use of Data
11.1GIIS will process personal data provided in accordance with the personal data protection standards required by applicable law.
11.2In the course of GIIS events, photographs, video/film recordings and/or audio recordings of participants (including students and/or parents/guardians) may be taken by GIIS or GIIS appointed vendors for the purposes of post-event publicity, marketing or promotional purposes relating to GIIS and may be published in official GIIS school communication channels such as school publications, magazines, website, intranet portal and/or social media. Students and/or parents/guardians agree and consent to being photographed and/or recorded at such GIIS events for such purposes and to their photographs and/or video/film/audio recordings being published in such official GIIS school communication channels.
B. Apple Device Agreement
I/We hereby agree to the following terms and conditions when borrowing the Apple computing device ("the Device") from Global Indian International School Pte Ltd ("GIIS"):
1.I/We hereby agree to pay a deposit to GIIS for issue of the Device.
2.I/We acknowledge and agree that the Device is functioning properly at the time of issuance. If I/we discover any problems with the functioning of the Device, I/we must report and return the Device to GIIS within 14 days from the date of issuance. I/We shall immediately report any loss, theft, damage or malfunctioning of the Device to GIIS. I/We agree not to attempt to fix or allow anyone, without the prior written approval of GIIS, to attempt to fix suspected hardware faults. For any suspected faults in relation to the Device’s operating system, I/we shall contact Apple Support directly.
3.I/We hereby acknowledge that the Device shall at all times remain the property of GIIS, and I/we shall have no right, title or interest in or to the Device (save the right to possession and use of the Device subject to these terms and conditions).
4.I/We agree that GIIS shall have the right to examine the Device and to search for any data contained in the Device or in a cloud-based account to which the Device connects, at any time for any reason. In the event that GIIS should find any unauthorised or improper software, apps, media or other data on the Device or in a cloud-based account to which the Device connects, I/we agree that GIIS may delete any such software, apps media or other data at its sole discretion.
5.Since GIIS is not the manufacturer of the Device, GIIS disclaims all representations and warranties associated with the functionality and good working order of the Device and any use thereof, including any warranty or representation as to the condition and suitability to any purpose.
6.I/We shall be responsible for the proper use and deployment of the Device. I/We agree to use the Device for academic or research use only. I/We shall not use the Device for improper or unauthorised purposes, including accessing, sending, receiving or storing content which could:
a.Disparage or affect the reputation of GIIS in any way;
b.Contain obscene, profane or abusive language or material;
c.Contain sexually explicit or offensive material;
d.Contain material which infringe third party’s rights (including intellectual property rights);
e.Introduce viruses, malware or other security risks into the network of GIIS; or
f.Be otherwise unlawful or inappropriate.
7.I/We shall not use the Device in any manner that would prevent GIIS from receiving warranty or support services from Apple in relation to the Device, including: -
a. Causing damage to the Device by operating the Device outside of Apple’s published guidelines;
b. Causing damage to the Device by using a third party component or product that does not meet the Device’s specifications;
c. Causing damage to the Device by abuse, misuse, fire, liquid contact;
d. Allowing damage to the Device caused by services (including upgrades and expansions) performed by anyone who is not a representative of Apple or an Apple Authorised Service Provider;
e. Modifying the Device to alter functionality or capability without the written permission of GIIS and Apple; or
f. Removing or defacing any serial number from the Device.
8.I/We shall comply with all policies, laws and regulations applicable to the use of the Device, including the Policies on Use of Device or other policies as may be prescribed in writing by GIIS from time to time.
9.I/We agree that only legally licensed software, apps, media or other data is permitted on the Device and I/We shall not download and/or install any operating system, software, apps, media or other data on the Device without prior approval from GIIS.
10.I/We shall not hold GIIS liable for any damages, losses, claims, expenses and liability of any nature whatsoever associated with any loss of functionality or malfunctioning of the Device, including but not limited to any incidental, consequential, direct or indirect damages, or loss of data.
11.I/We shall return the Device to GIIS on the Applicant’s last day of studies at the Global Indian International School or immediately upon request by GIIS.
12.I/We agree to return the Device in its entirety and in the same condition as it is received except for normal wear and tear.
13.I/We shall be responsible for all damage and loss of the Device whilst on loan. I/We fully understand and accept the responsibility towards the Device. I/We hereby agree to pay repair and/or replacement cost for the Device to GIIS, in case the Device is damaged or not in usable condition or in the event of loss of the Device.
14.I/We agree that GIIS is entitled to deduct such sum representing 20% of the cost of the device from the deposit for any repair and/or replacement cost in relation to the Device.
15.I/We agree to forfeit the deposit amount if the Device is not returned to GIIS.
16.I/We agree that the Device will be reset and that all content stored on the Device will be permanently deleted upon the return of the Device to GIIS. I/We agree that all content contained in the cloud-based account(s) to which the Device connects will be permanently deleted after the Applicant’s last day of studies at the Global Indian International School. I/We shall have no claim against GIIS once the content stored on the Device or the cloud-based account(s) to which the Device connects is deleted.
17.I/We shall not assign the rights or obligations under these terms and conditions (or loan or give the Device) without the prior written consent of GIIS. We agree that GIIS may transfer, assign or delegate these terms and conditions and its rights and obligations without consent.
18.Although I/we acknowledge that these terms and conditions are concluded between GIIS and me/us only, and neither Apple Inc. nor Apple South Asia Pte Ltd (collectively “the Apple companies”) are a party to this Agreement, I/we agree and accept that the Apple companies may nonetheless be a third party beneficiary to these terms and conditions and, upon my/our acceptance of these terms and conditions, the Apple companies will have the right to enforce the terms and conditions against me/us as a third party beneficiary thereof. The AppleCare for Enterprise Terms and Conditions are hereby incorporated by reference into these terms and conditions. I/We agree to fully indemnify GIIS for and against all proceedings and claims by the Apple companies arising out of any gross negligence or wilful default by me/us.
19.Except for the Apple companies as stated above, any other person who is not a party to this agreement shall not have any rights under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 (Cap 53B) to enforce any of these terms and conditions.
20.These terms and conditions cannot be amended or modified except in writing signed by all parties.
21.These terms and conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Singapore.
C. Advisory Note to Students (Form 12)
Regulation 25(5)(b)FORM 12
PRIVATE EDUCATION ACT
(No. 21 of 2009)
PRIVATE EDUCATION REGULATIONS
ADVISORY NOTE TO STUDENTS
This note is for a prospective student.
You are strongly encouraged to thoroughly research on the private education institution (PEI) conducting the course before signing up for any course. You should consider, for example, the reputation of the PEI, the teacher-student ratio of its classes, the qualifications of the teaching staff, and the course materials provided by the PEI.
By signing and returning the Student Contract ("the Contract"), you agree to the terms and conditions which will bind you and the PEI, if you accept the PEI’s offer of a place in a course of study offered or provided by the PEI.
You should ask the PEI to allow you to read a copy of the Contract (with all blanks filled in and options selected) in both English and the official language of your home country, if necessary. For your own protection, you should review all the PEI’s policies, and check carefully that you agree to all the terms of the Contract, including details relating to each of the following sections, before signing the Contract:
a. The duration of the course, including holidays and examination schedules, and contact hours by days and week;
b. The total fees payable, including course fees and other related costs;
c. Dates when respective payments are due;
d. The refund policy in the event of voluntary withdrawal (by you) or enforced dismissal from the course or programme (by PEI);
e. The Fee Protection Scheme you are subscribed to and its coverage;
f. The dispute resolution methods available;
g. Information about the PEI’s policies on academic and disciplinary matters.
h. The degree or diploma or qualification which will be awarded to you upon successful completion of the course.
If you have any doubt about the contents of the Contract, or if the terms are different from what the agent or PEI have informed you previously, or advertised, you should always seek advice and/or clarifications before signing the Contract.
This portion below is to be completed by the signatory of the Student Contract, i.e. either the student, or if the student is below the age of 18, his parent or guardian.
I, ____________________________, NRIC/Passport number ____________________,
(name of student/parent/guardian) (NRIC/Passport no.)
have read and understood this advisory note before signing the Student Contract for myself / my ward**
(___________________________ (NRIC/passport) __________________________)
(name of ward)
(name of PEI)
(signature of student or parent/guardian)
*Please delete whichever is inapplicable.
D. Private Education Institute-Student Contract Form
Standard PEI-Student Contract Version 3.1
PRIVATE EDUCATION INSTITUTION-STUDENT CONTRACT
This Contract binds both the Private Education Institution (PEI) and the Student once both parties sign this Contract. If the Student is under eighteen (18) years of age, the Student will be represented by the Parent/Legal Guardian.
This Contract is made between:
(1)Registered Name of PEI:______________________________
(2)Full Name of Student:_______________________________
(as in NRIC for Singapore Citizen (SC) and Permanent Resident (PR) / as in passport for international student)*
NRIC Number (for SC/PR)*:_______________________________
Student’s Pass Number (if available)/
Passport Number (for international student)*:_______________________________
(3)Full Name of Parent/Legal Guardian*
(if Student is under eighteen (18) years of age):_______________________________ NRIC/Passport Number*:_______________________________
* Delete as appropriate by striking through.
Where non-applicable, put "N.A.". Leave no fields blank.
State all dates in the format of DD/MM/YYYY.
1. COURSE INFORMATION AND FEES
1.1The PEI will deliver the Course as set out in Schedule A to the Student, towards conferment of the stated qualification upon successful Course completion.
1.2The PEI confirms that the Course has been permitted by the Committee for Private Education (CPE) and no amendments have been made to the Course as set out in Schedule A, unless otherwise permitted by CPE.
1.3The Course Fees payable are set out in Schedule B and the optional Miscellaneous Fees in Schedule C.
1.4The PEI considers payment made ____ days/month* after the scheduled due date(s) in Schedule B as late. The PEI will explain to the Student its policy for late payment of Course Fees, including any late payment fee charged in Schedule C (if applicable) and any impact on Course/module completion (if applicable).
2. REFUND POLICY
2.1 Refund for Withdrawal Due to Non-Delivery of Course:
The PEI will notify the Student within three (3) working days upon knowledge of any of the following:
i. It does not commence the Course on the Course Commencement Date;
ii. It terminates the Course before the Course Commencement Date;
iii. It does not complete the Course by the Course Completion Date;
iv. It terminates the Course before the Course Completion Date;
v. It has not ensured that the Student meets the course entry or matriculation requirement as set by the organisation stated in Schedule A within any stipulated timeline set by CPE; or
vi. The Student’s Pass application is rejected by Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA).
The Student should be informed in writing of alternative study arrangements (if any), and also be entitled to a refund of the entire Course Fees and Miscellaneous Fees already paid should the Student decide to withdraw, within seven (7) working days of the above notice.
2.2 Refund for Withdrawal Due to Other Reasons:
If the Student withdraws from the Course for any reason other than those stated in Clause 2.1, the PEI will, within seven (7) working days of receiving the Student’s written notice of withdrawal, refund to the Student an amount based on the table in Schedule D.
2.3 Refund During Cooling-Off Period:
The PEI will provide the Student with a cooling-off period of seven (7) working days after the date that the Contract has been signed by both parties.
The Student will be refunded the highest percentage (stated in Schedule D) of the fees already paid if the Student submits a written notice of withdrawal to the PEI within the cooling-off period, regardless of whether the Student has started the course or not.
3. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
3.1 The laws of Singapore will apply to how this Contract will be read and to the rights the parties have under this Contract.
3.2 If any part of this Contract is not valid for any reason under the law of Singapore, this will not affect any other part of this Contract.
3.3 If the Student and the PEI cannot settle a dispute using the way arranged by the PEI, the Student and the PEI may refer the dispute to the CPE Mediation-Arbitration Scheme (www.cpe.gov.sg).
3.4 All information given by the Student to the PEI will not be given by the PEI to anyone else, unless the Student signs in writing that he agrees or unless the PEI is allowed to give the information by law.
3.5 If there is any other agreement between the PEI and the Student that is different from the terms in this Contract, then the terms in this Contract will apply.
3.6 If the Student or the PEI does not exercise or delay exercising any right granted by this Contract, the Student and the PEI will still be able to exercise the same type of right under this Contract during the rest of the time the Contract continues.
3.7 If this Contract is also signed or translated in any language other than English and there is a difference from the English language copy of this Contract, the English language copy will apply.
Note: The information provided below should be the same as that submitted to the CPE.
2) Course Duration (in months)
3) Full-time or Part-time Course
4) Course Commencement Date
5) Course Completion Date
6) Date of Commencement of Studies if later than Course Commencement Date
Note: “N.A.” if both dates are the same
(Name of award to be conferred on the Student upon successful Course completion)
8) Organisation which develops the Course
9) Organisation which awards/ confers the qualification
10) Course entry requirement(s)
11) Course schedule with modules and/or subjects
12) Scheduled holidays (public and school) and/or semester/term break for course
13) Examination and/or other assessment period
14) Expected examination results release date
15) Expected award conferment date
(with GST, if any)
Note: show full breakdown of total payable course fees
Total Course Fees Payable:
Amount (with GST, if any)
Total Course Fees Payable:
1. Each instalment amount shall not exceed the following:
12 months’ worth of fees for EduTrust certified PEIs*; or
6 months’ worth of fees for non-EduTrust-certified PEIs with Industry-Wide Course Fee Insurance Scheme (IWC)*; or
2 months’ worth of fees for non-EduTrust-certified PEIs without IWC*.
* Delete as appropriate by striking through.
2. Each instalment after the first shall be collected within one week before the next payment scheduled.
Purpose of Fee
Amount (with GST, if any)
Examples include late payment fees, replacement of student ID, re-taking examinations
3. Miscellaneous Fees refer to any non-compulsory fees which the students pay only when applicable. Such fees are normally collected by the PEI when the need arises
% of [the amount of fees paid under Schedules B and C]
If Student’s written notice of withdrawal is received:
more than [·] days before the Course Commencement Date
before, but not more than [·] days before the Course Commencement Date
after, but not more than [·] days after the Course Commencement Date
more than [·] days after the Course Commencement Date
The parties hereby acknowledge and agree to the terms stated in this Contract.
SIGNED by the PEI
Authorised Signatory of the PEI Seal of PEI
SIGNED by the Student SIGNED by the Student’s parent or legal guardian (if the student
is under eighteen (18) years of age)
Name of Student: Name of Parent or Legal Guardian: