Committee for Private Education
EduTrust Certification Scheme
EduTrust is a voluntary certification scheme that helps to distinguish higher quality players in Singapore’s private education industry. Private education institutions (PEIs) need to be EduTrust-certified before being able to offer placement for international students who require a Student’s Pass from the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA). Refer to CPE website for more details.
Under the EduTrust Certification Scheme, PEIs must adopt a Fee Protection Scheme with the CPE-appointed service providers and provide medical insurance coverage for hospitalisation and related medical treatment throughout the entire course duration.
What the international students need to know:
The vibrancy of its 5.18 million people makes Singapore a uniquely distinctive place. With a total land area of just 646 square kilometres, Singapore has a diverse population of Chinese, Malay, Indian and other races, covering a wide spectrum of religions, cultures, and languages living harmoniously together. The synergistic mix of ethnic groups offers international students a wide spectrum of choices for living and playing in Singapore.
Studying in Singapore allows you to experience a unique social, cultural and educational exposure. Students can immerse in the rich multicultural heritage of Singapore and also enjoy the thriving arts and cultural scene. It is truly a vibrant cosmopolitan city.
Strategically located only a few hours away from other Asian countries by air, Singapore is also known as the city with one of the most extensive and efficient public transportation systems in the world. Travelling in the city and suburbs is typically a quick and affordable affair.
Singapore has an excellent education system that enables students to realise their fullest potential and stay relevant in the current knowledge-based economy where good job opportunities for executives and professionals are abound. It is a safe city with a low crime rate and a stable political environment.
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