Global Indian International School is registered as a Private Education Institute by the Committee for Private Education.
The Committee for Private Education (CPE) has been established under the Private Education Act 2009 in order to regulate the private education sector in Singapore. All Private Education Institutes (PEIs), including private schools in Singapore, are required to comply with the regulations under the new Act.
GIIS Singapore CPE Registration No: 200912349N
Period of Registration: 25 February 2019 to 24 February 2023
EduTrust is a voluntary certification scheme awarded to PEIs who have achieved higher standards in key areas of management and the provision of educational services. Only those PEIs which are EduTrust-certified can enrol international students who require Student Passes from the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA).
Global Indian International School (GIIS) has met all compliance requirements and has been awarded a 4-year EduTrust certification by CPE.
The Student Contract is a critical document that governs the relationship between the PEI, i.e. GIIS (in this case) and the student. Prospective studentslooking for admission at the best international school in Singapore, should therefore, understand and agree to the terms and conditions stated in the contract before signing it. It needs to be signed before the course fee is paid.
The Student Contract contains information on the course structure and details of course fees, refund policy, fee protection scheme, medical insurance scheme and additional information relating to the governing law and dispute resolution.
In compliance with the requirements of the CPE, GIIS is required to purchase insurance on behalf of its students to protect student fees. Fee Protection Scheme (FPS) is a mandatory regulatory requirement.
We have appointed Lonpac Insurance Bhd as the fee insurance provider for its students.
Course Fees stipulated in Schedule 2.1 in Standard PEI-Student Contract of GIIS are insured. It refers to all fees paid by the Students to be enrolled in a private education institution, excluding the course application/registration fee, miscellaneous fees (ad-hoc, non-compulsory and non-standard fee paid only when necessary or where applicable) and GST. The FPS serves to protect students' fees in the event that a Private Education Institute (PEI) is unable to continue operations due to insolvency and/or regulatory closure. In addition, the FPS protects the student if the PEI fails to pay penalties or to return fees to students arising from judgments made against it by the Singapore Courts. Within seven days of the receipt of the school fees, GIIS will purchase the FPS insurance to protect the fees, and the coverage takes effect from the day of school fee payment is made.
Students will receive a soft copy of the Certificate of Insurance via email from the insurance provider and a hardcopy of the Certificate from GIIS, if requested. In the event of not receiving the COI, please contact admissions team at email@example.com
All claims shall be made on the Insurance Provider’s prescribed forms and submitted to the Insurance Provider along with the following documents:
LONPAC Insurance Bhd will notify all insured students of the relevant claim procedures that must be followed.
For more information on the Fee Protection Scheme on the CPE, click here.
GIIS has a medical insurance scheme in place for all students compliant with the EduTrust guidelines by CPE. GIIS selected AXA Insurance Singapore Pte Ltd as the medical insurance provider.
For follow up treatment related to a hospitalisation/day surgery and incurred within 90 days prior to or after the hospitalisation or day surgery.
For emergency outpatient treatments due to accidents within 24 hours of the accident, GP (General Practitioner) bills are not claimable.
The insurance company (i.e. AXA Insurance in this case) will pay on a reimbursement basis. The student will have to pay the hospital first and submit all original hospital bills for reimbursement. The student will then be refunded for the eligible claim amount, by cheque or via bank transfer.
All claims have to be made on prescribed forms and submitted to AXA Insurance through GIIS, within one month or as soon as reasonably possible, together with all the original copies of final medical bills.
The following documents are needed to make a claim:
The above documents are required to be submitted to Admissions Executive at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Once the claim amount has been received by the insurance company, your account will be credited for the same amount.
You can view details in the links mentioned below:
More information can be obtained from the Insurance Provider:
AXA Insurance Singapore Pte Ltd
143 Cecil Street
#01-01 GB Building
Tel: 6338 7288 | Fax: 6338 2522
More details about CPE, Enhanced Registration Framework (ERF) and the EduTrust Certification Scheme or Private Education in Singapore, please visit the website of Committee for Private Education (CPE) at http://www.cpe.gov.sg
Relevant Singapore laws especially those relating to ICA and Ministry of Manpower. This includes, but not limited to, immigration requirements, laws on driving, drugs and alcohol abuse, employment, smoking, traffic and littering.
All international students studying in Singapore must have a valid passport and a Student Pass from the ICA (Immigration and Checkpoint Authority).
International students are not allowed to work in Singapore without a ‘Work Pass Exemption’ from the MOM (Ministry of Manpower).
All drivers must be in possession of a valid Singapore driving license and the vehicle must be insured.
Possession of Controlled Drugs is presumed to be for trafficking, an offence which can carry the death penalty.
Any offense committed while being intoxicated (drunk) is punishable under the law. Drunk driving is a serious offence.
Smoking in specific public places and indoor restaurants is prohibited.
Jay walking is an offence.
Littering, spitting and vandalism (with graffiti) in public areas are serious offences.
Other Areas of Singapore Law
Singapore Law Website: http://www.singaporelaw.sg/
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