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Preparatory Course for Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education (Advanced Level) Examination


Preparatory Course for Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education (Advanced Level) Examination
 Course Information Brochure

12 months or 24 months

Stalford Academy’s ‘A’ Levels preparatory course aims to thoroughly prepare private candidates for the GCE ‘A’ Level Examinations, which are national level assessments jointly organized and conducted by the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB) and the Univesity of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicates.

In this preparatory program, students will be equipped with the concrete knowledge and necessary intellectual skills in tackling the examinations. If you are keen on achieving the key to smooth progress into tertiary education, be sure that this is the right preparatory program for you.

General Information

Course Duration: 12 months (Full-Time) or 24 months (Full-Time)
Course Delivery Method: Classroom Teaching
Lesson Hours: Mondays to Fridays, between 9am to 7pm (actual duration depends on the number of subjects taken)
Total Contact Hours: 1080 contact hours for 12-month programme (3-H2 and 2-H1 subject package)
2,160 contact hours for 24-month programme (3-H2 and 2-H1 subject package)
Lesson Duration: 1.5 to 2 hours per lesson
Lesson Venue: 12 Kallang Avenue #03-11/12/13/14, Aperia, Singapore 339511

Course Duration for Preparatory Course for Singapore-Cambridge GCE (Advanced Level) Examination

Programme

Commencement Date

Completion Date

Academic Terms (Weeks)

Term Breaks & School Holidays@

12 Months

Pls refer to Course Info Brochure

Pls refer to Course Info Brochure

4 (44 weeks)

One 1-week term break per term.

One 8-week school holidays per annum.

24 Months

Pls refer to Course Info Brochure

Pls refer to Course Info Brochure

8 (88 weeks)

@ Dates are subjected to changes and students will be notified two weeks in advance.

Course Content

Applicants may enroll for the following subjects*. Additional information about the syllabus here.

Chinese Language and Literature (H2) **Chinese Language (H1) **Mathematics (H1)
Mathematics (H2) **Chemistry (H2) **Physics (H1)
Physics (H2) **Economics (H1)  
Chemistry (H1) **Economics (H2)  
General Paper (H1)    

*Subjects offered may change without prior notice. Applicants should check with the school before enrolment.
**A minimum number of 10 students enrolling in the subject are required before the subject is offered.

Admission Pre-requisites

Local Students (12/24-month programme)
Applicants must:
Be above 17 years of age as of 1st January of the year of enrolment
Have successfully completed Secondary School , obtained GCE ‘O’ level certificate or its equivalent

International Students (12-month programme)
Applicants must:
Be above 17 years of age as of 1st January of the year of enrolment
Have successfully completed Senior Middle 3 or Grade 12 or its equivalent
Have obtained a pass in English (i.e. 50% of total mark at current high school)

International Students (24-month programme)
Applicants must:
Be above 16 years of age as of 1st January of the year of enrolment
Have successfully completed Senior Middle 2 or Grade 11 or its equivalent
Have obtained a pass in English (i.e. 50% of total mark at current high school)

Mode of Assessment

1. Internal Assessment – all internal assessments will be in the form of written papers
a. For the 12-month programme, 4 Examinations will be conducted.
b. For the 24-month programme, 8 Examinations will be conducted.

2. External Assessment – GCE ‘A’ Level Examination [www.seab.gov.sg]
a. Registration for GCE ‘A’ Level Examination is in March
b. Examinations for all subjects (except for Chinese Language) will be held in November.
c. Students will sit for a preliminary examination at Stalford Academy in preparation for the actual ‘A’ Level examinations.

Requirements for Completion of Course

1. Local Students (Singaporeans and Singapore Permanent Residents) and Dependent’s Pass holders must achieve at least 75% attendance and not be absent for more than 7 consecutive days without valid reasons.
2. International Students (Student’s Pass holders) must achieve at least 90% attendance and not be absent for more than 7 consecutive days without valid reasons.

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Preparatory Course for Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education (Ordinary Level) Examination

Preparatory Course for Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education (Ordinary Level) Examination
 Course Information Brochure

12 months or 24 months

Stalford Academy’s ‘O’ Levels preparatory course aims to thoroughly prepare private candidates for the GCE ‘O’ Level Examinations, which are national level assessments jointly organized and conducted by the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB) and the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicates.

In this preparatory program which content is aligned closely to the latest examination guidelines, students will be equipped with the concrete knowledge and necessary intellectual skills in tackling the examinations. If you are keen on achieving a robust foundation that will pave your smooth progress into post-secondary institutions, be sure that this is the right preparatory program for you.

Students who manage to attain outstanding results in the ‘O’ level examination could receive grants of up to 70% of polytechnic fees, on the condition they work for three years with any enterprise in Singapore. In addition, students will also be allowed to apply for permanent residency in Singapore.

General Information

Course Duration: 12 months (Full-Time) or 24 months (Full-Time)
Course Delivery Method: Classroom Teaching
Lesson Hours: Mondays to Fridays, between 9am to 7pm (actual duration depends on the number of subjects taken)
Total Contact Hours: 945 contact hours for 12-month programme (5-subject package)
1,890 contact hours for 24-month programme (5-subject package)
Lesson Duration: 1.5 to 2 hours per lesson
Lesson Venue: 12 Kallang Avenue #03-11/12/13/14, Aperia, Singapore 339511

Course Duration for Preparatory Course for Singapore-Cambridge GCE (Ordinary Level) Examination

Programme

Commencement Date

Completion Date

Academic Terms (Weeks)

Term Breaks & School Holidays@

12 Months

Pls refer to Course Info Brochure

Pls refer to Course Info Brochure

4 (44 weeks)

One 1-week term break per term.

One 8-week school holidays per annum.

24 Months

Pls refer to Course Info Brochure

Pls refer to Course Info Brochure

8 (88 weeks)

@ Dates are subjected to changes and students will be notified two weeks in advance.

Course Content
Applicants may enroll for the following subjects*. Additional information about the syllabus may be found on the SEAB website.

Core Subjects

Elective Subjects

English Language

Additional Mathematics

Chinese

Elementary Mathematics

Physics

Higher Chinese

Chemistry

Literature in Chinese

** Biology

** Principles of Accounts

Science (Physics, Chemistry)

**

** Science (Physics, Biology)

** History

** Science (Chemistry, Biology)

**

*Subjects offered may change without prior notice. Applicants should check with the school before enrolment.
**A minimum number of 10 students enrolling in the subject are required before the subject is offered.

Additional Subject Information

  • Students taking the standard course package must select 5 subjects, comprising 2 compulsory core subjects and 3 elective subjects.
  • Science laboratory sessions will be conducted for students who have chosen Chemistry and/or Physics as examinable subjects.

Students seeking entry into Singapore Polytechnics

Requirements for entry into Singapore Junior Colleges or Millennia Institute

Generally, students seeking entry into local polytechnics must fulfil the EL-R2-B2 requirement. The following provides more details about the entry requirements for various polytechnic courses: Students seeking entry into local junior colleges or Millennia Institute must fulfill the L1-R5 or L1-R4 requirements set by the Ministry of Education.

Course Requirement

Business

Science and Technology

Design

Pre-University Requirement

Local Junior College

Millennia Institute

EL (Subject 1)

English

English

English

L1 (Subject 1)

English

English

R2 (Subject 2)

Elementary Mathematics or Additional Mathematics

Elementary Mathematics or Additional Mathematics

Elementary Mathematics or Additional Mathematics

R5 (Subject 2)

Geography, or History, orCombined Humanities, or Literature in Chinese

Geography, or History, or Combined Humanities, or Literature in Chinese

R2 (Subject 3)

Geography or Principle of Accounts

Chemistry, or Physics, or Science (Physics and Chemistry)

Chemistry, or Physics, or Science (Physics and Chemistry)

R5 (Subject 3)

Elementary Mathematics, or Additional Mathematics, or Chemistry, or Physics

Elementary Mathematics, or Additional Mathematics, or Chemistry, or Physics

B2 (Subject 4)

Best 1 other subject

Best 1 other subject

Best 1 other subject

R5 (Subject 4)

Elementary Mathematics, or Additional Mathematics, or Chemistry, or Physics

Elementary Mathematics, or Additional Mathematics, or Chemistry, or Physics

B2 (Subject 5)

Best 1 other subject

Best 1 other subject

Best 1 other subject

R5 (Subject 5)

Any GCE ‘O’ Level subjects

Any GCE ‘O’ Level subjects

Students can either choose to take all 5 subjects in one academic year, or combine two ‘O’ Level certificates (which were obtained in 2 consecutive years) when applying for local polytechnics.

R5 (Subject 6)

Any GCE ‘O’ Level subjects

N/A

Admission Pre-requisites

Local Students (12/24-month programme)
Applicants must:
Be above 15 years of age as of 1st January of the year of enrolment
Have successfully completed Junior High School, Secondary 3 or its equivalent

International Students (12-month programme)
Applicants must:
Be above 15 years of age as of 1st January of the year of enrolment
Have successfully completed Senior Middle 1 or Grade 10 or its equivalent
Have obtained a pass in English (i.e. 50% of total mark at current high school)

International Students (24-month programme)
Applicants must:
Be above 14 years of age as of 1st January of the year of enrolment
Have successfully completed Middle School or Grade 9 or its equivalent
Have obtained a pass in English (i.e. 50% of total mark at current high school)

Mode of Assessment

1. Internal Assessment – all internal assessments will be in the form of written papers
a. For the 12-month programme, 4 Examinations will be conducted.
b. For the 24-month programme, 8 Examinations will be conducted.

2. External Assessment – GCE ‘O’ Level Examination [www.seab.gov.sg]
a. Registration for GCE ‘O’ Level Examination is in March
b. Chinese Listening Comprehension and Oral Examination from June to July
c. English Listening Comprehension and Oral Examination in August
d. Examinations for all other subjects will be held from October to November
e. Students will sit for a preliminary examination at Stalford Academy in preparation for the actual ‘O’ Level examinations.

Requirements for Completion of Course
  1. Local Students (Singaporeans and Singapore Permanent Residents) and Dependent’s Pass holders must achieve at least 75% attendance and not be absent for more than 7 consecutive days without valid reasons.
  2. International Students (Student’s Pass holders) must achieve at least 90% attendance and not be absent for more than 7 consecutive days without valid reasons.

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Preparatory Course for Admission to Government Schools (Secondary 1/2/3)

PREPARATORY COURSE FOR ADMISSION TO GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS (SECONDARY 1/2/3)
 Course Information Brochure

Stalford Academy’s preparatory courses for admission into government schools for academic levels from primary 2 to 5 are specially designed to prepare foreign students seeking admission into local mainstream government schools.

In this preparatory course, extra emphasis is being placed on building your proficiency of the English language as well as application of Mathematics so that our students will be equipped with a strong foundation that will thoroughly prepare them for the required entry tests prior to admission into government schools. Students can expect to undergo daily intensive lessons to not only learn about the necessary academic knowledge but pick up examination skills as well.

Entry into government schools for international students can take place via two major means:

General Information

Course Duration: 12 Weeks (Full-Time) or 24 Weeks (Full-Time)
Course Delivery Method: Classroom Teaching
Lesson Hours: Mondays to Fridays, 9am to 12pm and 1pm to 4pm
Total Contact Hours: 360 contact hours for 12-week programme
720 contact hours for 24-week programme
Lesson Venue: 12 Kallang Avenue #03-11/12/13/14, Aperia, Singapore 339511

Requirements for Completion of Course

Certificate of Completion awarded by Stalford Academy, after successful completion of course.
International Students (Student’s Pass holders) must achieve at least 90% attendance and not be absent for more than 7 consecutive days without valid reasons.

Mode of Assessment

All internal examinations will be in the form of written papers. A total of 2 Continual Assessments will be conducted.

Course Details

Planned School Level

Min Age

*Max Age

Course Title

Course Level

Duration (Months)

Duration (Weeks)

Secondary 1

12

14

PREPARATORY COURSE FOR ADMISSION TO GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS (SECONDARY 1) (6 MONTHS)

Preparatory

6

24

Secondary 2

13

15

PREPARATORY COURSE FOR ADMISSION TO GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS (SECONDARY 2) (6 MONTHS)

Preparatory

6

24

Secondary 3

14

16

PREPARATORY COURSE FOR ADMISSION TO GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS (SECONDARY 3) (6 MONTHS)

Preparatory

6

24

Course Intake ScheduleNote: All courses are conducted on a Full-Time basis.
* Maximum Age as at at 1st January of the year of admission to government school

 

3-Month (12-Week) Programme

 

6-Month (24-Week) Programme

Commencement Date

Completion Date

 

Commencement Date

Completion Date

Please refer to Course Information Brochure for more details

Please refer to Course Information Brochure for more details

Please refer to Course Information Brochure for more details

Please refer to Course Information Brochure for more details

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Preparatory Course for Admission to Government Schools (Primary 2/3/4/5)

PREPARATORY COURSE FOR ADMISSION TO GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS (PRIMARY 2/3/4/5)
 Course Information Brochure

Stalford Academy’s preparatory courses for admission into government schools for academic levels from primary 2 to 5 are specially designed to prepare foreign students seeking admission into local mainstream government schools.

In this preparatory course, extra emphasis is being placed on building your proficiency of the English language as well as application of Mathematics so that our students will be equipped with a strong foundation that will thoroughly prepare them for the required entry tests prior to admission into government schools. Students can expect to undergo daily intensive lessons to not only learn about the necessary academic knowledge but pick up examination skills as well.

Entry into government schools for international students can take place via two major means:

General Information

Course Duration: 12 Weeks (Full-Time) or 24 Weeks (Full-Time)
Course Delivery Method: Classroom Teaching
Lesson Hours: Mondays to Fridays, 9am to 12pm and 1pm to 4pm
Total Contact Hours: 360 contact hours for 12-week programme
720 contact hours for 24-week programme
Lesson Venue: 12 Kallang Avenue #03-11/12/13/14, Aperia, Singapore 339511

Requirements for Completion of Course

Certificate of Completion awarded by Stalford Academy, after successful completion of course.
International Students (Student’s Pass holders) must achieve at least 90% attendance and not be absent for more than 7 consecutive days without valid reasons.

Mode of Assessment

All internal examinations will be in the form of written papers. A total of 2 Continual Assessments will be conducted.

Course Details

Planned School Level

Min Age

*Max Age

Course Title

Course Level

Duration (Months)

Duration (Weeks)

Primary 2

7

9

PREPARATORY COURSE FOR ADMISSION TO GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS (PRIMARY 2) (6 MONTHS)

Preparatory

6

24

Primary 3

8

10

PREPARATORY COURSE FOR ADMISSION TO GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS (PRIMARY 3) (6 MONTHS)

Preparatory

6

24

Primary 4

9

11

PREPARATORY COURSE FOR ADMISSION TO GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS (PRIMARY 4) (6 MONTHS)

Preparatory

6

24

Primary 5

10

12

PREPARATORY COURSE FOR ADMISSION TO GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS (PRIMARY 5) (6 MONTHS)

Preparatory

6

24

Note: All courses are conducted on a Full-Time basis.
* Maximum Age as at at 1st January of the year of admission to government school

 

3-Month (12-Week) Programme

 

6-Month (24-Week) Programme

Commencement Date

Completion Date

 

Commencement Date

Completion Date

Please refer to Course Information Brochure for more details

Please refer to Course Information Brochure for more details

Please refer to Course Information Brochure for more details

Please refer to Course Information Brochure for more details

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Social Responsibility Policy

Here at Stalford Academy, we recognize and value the importance of upholding socially responsible behaviours for sustainable development and progress.

At the Academy,

  • We realize the importance of the legitimate interests of the society and its environment, and consequently, the saliency of incorporating them as key indicators of corporate performance.
  • We shall endeavour to persuade, partner and pursue with others within our sphere of influence the objectives of healthy ecosystems, social equity and good corporate governance practice.
  • We believe that the well being of society and organizations is perquisite on the health of the world’s ecosystems, social equity and good corporate governance practice.
  • There is no inherent conflict of interest among our stake-holders, namely shareholders, investors, employees, suppliers, students and parents, communities and government.

We are determined to nurture a corporate culture based on the universal principles of social responsibility, namely

  • Accountability
  • Transparency
  • Ethical behaviour
  • Respect for stakeholder interests
  • Respect for the rule of law
  • Respect for international norms of behaviour, and
  • Respect for individual rights.

To further the Academy’s commitment to its social responsibility policy, efforts will be made to develop and enhance the required capacity and capabilities for the organizational structure, human resource development programs, performance monitoring and reporting on the extent of our social responsibility achievements.

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Dispute Resolution Policy

As part of Stalford Academy’s close-loop feedback and complaints management system which welcomes all feedback, we take all of cases of grievances and disputes seriously. We are committed to arrive at a resolution for all feedback regarding grievances and disputes within 21 working days.

If the complaint is not resolved amicably, or if the complainant is dissatisfied with the outcome, or if a resolution is not arrived at during this stipulated period of time, Stalford Academy shall refer the complainant to the CPE Student Services Centre, the Small Claims Tribunal (SCT) (for clear-cut fee refund issues of equivalent or less than S$10,000#) or the CPE Mediation-Arbitration Scheme for further action.

#For amounts that exceed SGD$10,000 but is below SGD$20,000, the claim can still proceed with SCT if both parties consent to it in writing.

The CPE Mediation-Arbitration Scheme comprises two stages; Stage 1: Mediation (by the Singapore Mediation Centre (SMC)), Stage 2: Arbitration (by the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators (SIArb)).

A private school’s participation in the dispute resolution process is compulsory as stipulated by the PE Act. For the case to be eligible:

  • It must be relevant to private education and arise after the Dispute Resolution Schemes Regulations came into operation on 10 May 2010;
  • It must not be criminal in nature; and
  • It must not have received a judicial decision in the courts.


    Students who encounter any related issues of grievances or disputes can contact the Academy via email at , via post at 12 Kallang Avenue #03-12, Aperia, Singapore 339511, or via the Academy’s Duty Hotline at (65) 9621 5986. Any students in doubt or are facing problems with the school can refer to the Committee of Private Education’s website at www.cpe.gov.sg. The Committee for Private Education (CPE) is part of SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG).

    Please click on the link for more information about the CPE Mediation-Arbitration Scheme.

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    Notes:

    1. All feedback and complaints received will be recorded. This includes any feedback received via formal or informal (verbal), complaint forms, website, overseas offices and any other mass media.
    2. All feedbacks and complaints received will be directed to the Quality & OE Manager.
    3. Feedback and complaint records shall be submitted to the CPE annually.
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  • Feedback Management

    At Stalford Academy, we value your feedback and welcome any suggestions that you may have for us to enhance our service quality and standards. To ensure that we make the most out of your valuable feedback, Stalford Academy adopts a closed-loop feedback management system to gather and address all feedback and complaints received from all students, staff, and the public.

    Stalford Academy is committed to arrive at a resolution for all feedback regarding grievances and disputes within 21 working days. All feedback received shall be acknowledged, investigated and evaluated for follow-up action. Any action taken shall be recorded and made known to the person giving the feedback if the complainant identifies himself or herself and leave behind his/her contact details.

    If the complaint is not resolved amicably, or if the student is dissatisfied with the outcome, or if a resolution is not arrived at during this stipulated period of time, Stalford Academy shall refer our students and/or parents to the CPE Student Services Centre, the Small Claims Tribunal, or the CPE approved dispute resolution centres (the Singapore Mediation Centre and the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators) for further assistance. Kindly refer to our Dispute Resolution Policy for more information.

    To ensure that all feedback and complaints get to us, here at Stalford, we strive to make it as convenient as possible for you to channel your concerns to us. Feedback forms can easily be retrieved from the reception, or alternatively, you can choose to raise your concerns to us through email or even through tele-conversation. Whichever way you prefer, we would be glad to hear from you. Please refer to our Contact Us page for our contact details.

    Stalford Academy will regularly seek feedback from its key stakeholders and external partners for continual improvement in its operations and partnerships. Feedback and complaints received will be analysed, and will serve as inputs for our review process and continual improvement.

    In particular:

    • All feedback and complaints received will be recorded. This includes any feedback received via formal or informal (verbal), complaint forms, website, overseas offices and any other mass media.
    • All feedbacks and complaints received will be directed to the Quality & OE Manager.
    • Feedback and complaint records shall be submitted to the CPE annually.
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    Confidentiality, Security and Data Protection Policy

    It is the responsibility of all staff members of Stalford Academy to maintain the confidentiality of all student, staff and School information to which they have access. This entails:

    • Ensuring the security of documents, files, computer data, photographs, technical data and any other information which are the property of Stalford Academy
    • Not spreading gossip directed at specific students or staff
    • Where appropriate, obtaining the permission of the individual before releasing information of a personal or private nature

    Our Personal Data Protection Statement can be accessed from the following link:

    Stalford Academy Personal Data Protection Statement

    If you:

    (a) have any questions or feedback relating to your Personal Data or our Confidentiality, Security and Data Protection Policy;
    (b) would like to withdraw your consent to any use of your Personal Data as set out in our Data Protection Policy; or
    (c) would like to obtain access and make corrections to your Personal Data records,

    Please email Stalford Academy’s Data Protection Officer at

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    Refund, Transfer and Withdrawal

    REFUND POLICY

    Stalford Academy’s Refund Policy is aligned to the Standard PEI-Student Contract version 3.1 Section 2 – Refund Policy and Schedule D – Refund Table. Course Fees specified in the Student Contract Schedule B are refundable in accordance with the Refund Policy.

    Note: All clauses for the REFUND POLICY below are referenced from the Standard PEI-Student Contract, which can be downloaded from CPE’s website at https://www.ssg.gov.sg/cpe/pei.html.

    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.

     

    SCHEDULE D
    REFUND TABLE

    % of [the amount of fees paid under Schedules B and C]
    If Student’s written notice of withdrawal is received
    [75]
    More than [30] days before the Course Commencement Date
    [50]
    Before, but not more than [30] days before the Course Commencement Date
    [10]
    After, but not more than [7] days after the Course Commencement Date
    [5]
    More than [7] days after the Course Commencement Date,
    but not more than [14] days after the Course Commencement Date
    [0]
    more than [14] days after the Course Commencement Date

     

     

    For students who are unable to enter Singapore due to COVID-19 border control measures but wish to attend online lessons temporarily to ensure that their learning journey is not unduly interrupted, Stalford Academy will adopt the Stalford Academy COVID-19 PEI-Student Contract and the Schedule D Refund Table contained therein.

    Non-Refundable Fees
    Further to the above clauses for the Refund Policy for Total Course Fees as stated in the Student Contract, fees such as Application Fee and Miscellaneous Fees paid are non-refundable.

    Application Fee refers to the fee that the student pays Stalford Academy for the sole purpose of processing the application form submitted. Miscellaneous Fees refer to any non-compulsory fees which the students pay only when applicable. Please refer to the Course Information Brochures for more information regarding Application Fee and Miscellaneous Fees.

    Please refer to the following flow chart for the Refund Process.

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    TRANSFER & WITHDRAWAL POLICY

    Current students may at any time withdraw from their current course of study completely or request to transfer to another course offered by Stalford Academy. Please refer to the Withdrawal Process and Transfer Process below.

    For students below the age of 18, students’ parents/ guardians must consent to the course transfer or course withdrawal request.

    Processing time for a student’s transfer request or withdrawal request shall not take more than 4 calendar weeks from the point of student’s request to informing student of the outcome in writing.

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    DEFERMENT POLICY

    Stalford Academy does not allow course deferment. Student who wishes to defer will be advised to withdraw from his/her current course in accordance with Transfer Policy and Transfer Procedures.

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    Fee Protection Scheme (FPS)

    To comply with the requirements of EduTrust, the FPS is implemented to cover both local and international students for course fees payment. The Fee Protection Scheme (FPS) serves to protect the students’ fees in the event a Private Education Institution (PEI) is unable to continue operations due to insolvency, and/or regulatory closure. Furthermore, the FPS protects the student if the PEI fails to pay penalties or return fees to the student arising from judgments made against it by the Singapore courts.

    There are two schemes that a Private Education Institution can choose from – the Escrow Scheme and the Insurance Scheme.

    FPS at Stalford Academy

    Stalford Academy employ the Insurance Scheme to provide full protection to all Course Fees paid by our students. Application Fee is excluded from the FPS. Miscellaneous Fees are also excluded from the FPS unless otherwise stated in Schedule C of the Standard Student Contract.

    The payment modes for Course Fees are as follow:

    Payment Modes

    • Cash, NETS, cheque or TT* payable to Stalford Academy and collect FPS insurance cover note on the same day.

    Insurance Scheme at Stalford Academy

    Stalford Academy shall purchase fee protection insurance within 7 working days from the date of receipt of fees from the student. The insurance coverage shall commence from the date of payment of the fees till the due date of the next payment or the course end date, whichever is earlier. Private education institutions will purchase insurance protection from any one of the Committee for Private Education-appointed insurance companies for every one of their students to protect their fees. The Committee for Private Education (CPE) is part of SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG). Stalford Academy is using the services of The Lonpac Insurance Bhd, one of the service providers for FPS appointed by CPE. Below is the official certificate for the fee protection scheme insurance purchased by Stalford Academy.

    Stalford Academy’s FPS Insurance Policy No.: Z/19/BM00/000820

    FPS Insurance

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