School Fees -Upper Bukit Timah

School Fees

Fees Breakdown for [email protected] Total Payable
(with GST, if any)
(S$)
Course Fee18,000.00
Student Insurance36.04
Fee Protection Scheme (FPS)72.14
GST (7%)1,267.57
Total Course Fees Payable19,375.75
No. of Instalments
Due 8 weeks to commencement of term
04

Miscellaneous Fees

Purpose of FeeAmount (with GST, if any)
(S$)
Registration Fee (non-refundable)
- Administration Fee
- Confirmation Fee
1,605.00
535.00
1,070.00
EAL (English as an Additional Language)321.00 per term
Books300.00 – 500.00
Uniform
Grade 1 – Grade 5



Caps
55.00/set (boy)
60.00/set (girl)
45.00/set (PE)

15.00
iPad/Laptop (Grade 4 and above)800.00-1,000.00
Field Trip(s)150.00-2,000.00
ECAs (by external providers)200.00-800.00 per term
Meals25.00 per week
Loss of Library Book20.00 per book
Late Payment Fee Charge2% of outstanding fee per month
Bank Fees5.00-50.00
Varies by bank
Transfer Fee267.50

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. Registration fee of $1,605 is non-refundable. It comprises of S$535 for Administration Fee and S$1,070 for Confirmation Fee.

Installment Schedule

Instalment ScheduleAmount (with GST, if any)
(S$)

Date Due
1st Instalment 4,930.7514/11/2018
2nd Instalment 4,815.0020/02/2019
3rd Instalment4,815.0015/05/2019
4th Instalment4,815.0014/08/2019
Total Course Fees Payable:19,375.75
  1. Each payment 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*.

Industry-Wide Course Fee Protection Insurance Scheme (IWC)

The Industry-Wide Course Fee Protection Insurance Scheme (IWC) is administered by CPE under the Enhanced Registration Framework (ERF).  The purpose of IWC is to protect the unconsumed course fees paid by students in the event that a PEI is unable to continue operating.

Middleton has appointed Lonpac Insurance, a CPE-appointed service provider, for the IWC. The school has entered into a master insurance agreement between CPE and Lonpac Insurance Bhd (the “Master Insurance Agreement”) for the purpose of insuring, among other things, the Student.  This Master Insurance Agreement sets out, among other things, the events under which students are indemnified for their course fee paid to Middleton International School.

Click here to see our Insurance Certificate.

Class of Insurance: Industry-Wide Course Fee Protection Insurance Scheme

Account No: Z10017

PEI: Middleton International School

Period of Indemnity: 12 December 2017 to 11 December 2018

Insured Events:

(1) Insolvency or Regulatory Closure of PEI
(2) PEI’s failure to pay awarded sum by Singapore Courts to the Insured Student

Max Insurable Limit: S$2,000,000 Any one Payout Event and $5,000,000 in the Aggregate

For more information on Protection of Course Fees, please refer to CPE’s website:  https://www.cpe.gov.sg/for-peis/protection-of-course-fees.

Fee Protection Scheme (FPS)

In compliance with the Private Education Act (2009), all students’ fees must be insured under the Fee Protection Scheme (FPS). This scheme is implemented to provide insurance of the unused fees in the event that Middleton is unable to continue operating and/or regulatory closure. All Middleton’s students are now covered under this insurance to remain compliant with the Committee for Private Education (CPE). Fees are only considered protected when paid to the school. Upon receipt of payment, Middleton would purchase the insurance on behalf of the student. A certificate would be issued to the family separately. This certificate would indicate the amount covered and the period of coverage.

Middleton has appointed Liberty Insurance Pte Ltd as our FPS Provider.

For more information on the Fee Protection Scheme (FPS), please visit the CPE’s website

 

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