What is Fee Protection Scheme (FPS)? 

Fee protection Scheme(FPS) serves to protect students' fees in the event a private education institution is unable to continue operating due to insolvency, and/or regulatory closure. The Fee Protection Scheme also protects students if the private education institution fails to pay penalties or return fees to the students arising from judgment made against it by the Singapore courts.

EduTrust-certified private education institutions are required to adopt the Fee Protection Scheme to provide full protection to all fees paid by their students. All fees refer to all monies paid by the students to be enrolled in a private education institution, excluding the course application fee, agent commission fee (if applicable), miscellaneous fees (non-compulsory and non-standard fee paid only when necessary or where applicable, for example, the re-exam fee or charges for credit card payment etc.) and GST.

Private education institutions can choose to adopt either the escrow scheme, insurance scheme, or a combination of both to provide fee protection to all their students.


What type of FPS has your college implemented? 

Fee Protection Under the Insurance Scheme 
Our college has signed the agreement with following insurance companies to provide fee protection:

a) Lonpac Insurance Bhd

100 Beach Road #19-00 Shaw Tower Singapore 189702

Policy No. Z/16/BM00/000586

Period of Indemnity: 04 Dec 2016 – 16 Dec 2019 (Both dates inclusive)

b) Liberty Insurance Bhd

51 Club St Singapore 069428

Policy No. FPS029Y16

Period of Indemnity: 01 Jan 2017 – 16 Dec 2019 (Both dates inclusive)


What kind of fee is under FPS protection? 

All fees that are paid by the student to be enrolled in the PEI except for course application fee, miscellaneous fees and agent commission fee (if applicable). GST is not inclusive as part of fees to be protected.


What is covered in the medical insurance? 

Please click here to view the coverage of medical insurance.


Will the application fee be refunded if my application is unsuccessful?

The application fee is non-refundable.


What is the fee structure?

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What is the payment method for college fees? 

A. Our college accepts the following modes of payment:

1. Cash

2. Cheque

3. Cashier's Order

4. Telegraphic Transfer in Singapore Dollars

5. Electronic Transfer

6. Internet Banking


B. Currently, the Goods & Service Tax (GST) of 7% is applicable.


What are the documents required for the Student's Pass application?

The following documents are required for the Student's Pass application:

     • College Application Form

     • Applicant's Birth Certificate

     • Applicant's Highest Qualification Certificate

     • Applicant's Highest Qualification Transcripts

     • Applicant's Photocopy of passport

     • Applicant's Passport-sized photographs

     • Applicant's / Parent's Bank Statement / Proof of Funds ($30,000) if applicant is not working

     • Parent's and/or Applicant's working statements (if any).


What is in the contract that is signed between the College and the student (or his parent or legal guardian, if student is under 18 years of age)? 

BCI has been using the version 3.1 issued by the Committee for Private Education (CPE). A copy of this contract  can be found on the CPE website (


What are the operating hours of the college?

Our Admission Office is open: 

 • Mondays to Fridays from 9am to 6.00pm 
 • Saturdays from 9.00am to 1.00pm

 We are closed on Sundays and Public Holidays.


How can I get admission to a government primary or secondary school? 

Applicants who pass the AEIS centralised test would be offered a place in a suitable school primarily based on available school vacancies and their performance in the centralised test.


What can I do if I have failed the AEIS exam or miss out on the AEIS exam? 

Unsuccessful applicants may apply to re-take the AEIS examination. There are two AEIS (S-AEIS) examinations, one in End Feb and the other in Mid Oct/ End Sept.

Note: There is no S-AEIS in End Feb for Primary 5 and Secondary 3.


Do international students need a guardian to apply to government primary and secondary schools? 

Yes, they do. The guardian represents parents taking care the student’s welfare and supervising their behaviours, acting as the link person between school and parents. A guardian should be a Singapore citizen or Permanent Resident, above 21 years old.


Can the accompanying mother of a student work in Singapore after she receives Long Term Social Visit Pass? 

Mothers can apply for a 1 Year Long Term Social Visit Pass when her child enters into a Government School. It is a multiple entry visa. She can only apply for a job after the first year of stay in Singapore.


What is the selection and admission procedure? 

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