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Course Application

Each application received is considered on its own merits, taking into account educational, professional and personal experience. All applicants for admission to a course offered by EASB must be at least 17 years of age at the time of application (except for English and Foundation programs, where minimum is 15 years of age.)

Any false statement or inaccuracies made in a student's application for entry to EASB may result in that student being required to leave the school.

  • To apply for your program of interest, please mail the following to us at 9 Ah Hood Road Singapore 329975, attention to Registrar Office or fax to us at (65) 6252 2334.
    • Complete the application form . This is available under 'Application Forms' section on the right hand column.

       
    • Pay the application/enrollment fee. (S$160.50 inclusive of prevailing GST). Payment can be made via cash, cheque or telegraphic transfer. Cheque to be made payable to 'East Asia Institute of Management Pte. Ltd'. For telegraphic transfer, to be credited into DBS S$ Current account at 048-900262-0.

       
    • Furnish us with copy of your highest certificate and transcript. If the original is not in English, translated copy will be required.

       
    • Submit a copy of your identity proof. E.g. passport particular page or identity card.

       
  • Upon receipt of your application, you will receive a Letter of Offer from EASB to confirm your place within 48 hours if your application is approved.

     
  • You will need to sign and return the acceptance form to EASB to confirm your place.

     
  • Full payment of fees is to be made to EASB and/or escrow account one month before course commencement (for Singaporeans/Singapore PR).
     

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Course Eligibility

To find out your eligibility for the course of interest, please select one of the programs below:

  1. Hospitality & Tourism Management
  2. Performing Arts
  3. Business and Management
  4. Banking and Finance
  5. Accounting
  6. Business Information Systems
  7. Logistic Management
  8. Psychology
  9. Allied Health Sciences
  10. Real Estate Management

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Singapore Quality Class

The Singapore Quality Class (SQC) for Private Education Organizations (PEO), SQC-PEO is a scheme administered by SPRING Singapore to recognize PEO that have attained a commendable level of performance in their journey to business excellence and to assist them to reach world-class standards of business excellence based on the Singapore Quality Award (SQA) framework and requirements in the private education sector.

For more information on SQC, please click here .
 

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EduTrust for Education
 

Administered by the Council of Private Education (CPE), Edutrust is a voluntary certification scheme for private education institutions (PEI) in Singapore. A PEI is awarded Edutrust certification if it has achieved the stipulated standards in the areas of:

  • Management of the school;
  • Provision of educational services; and
  • Financial health.

East Asia Institute of Management has adopted both the Escrow bank account and insurance facility to provide full protection of all course fees paid by all students as required under the EduTrust Certification Scheme.
The institution has also in place, as required under the EduTrust Certification Scheme, a medical insurance scheme for all its students. East Asia Insitute of Management also adopts the CPE standard PEI-Student Contract.

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Fee Protection Scheme

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 PEI can choose from - the Fee Protection Under the Escrow Scheme or the Fee Protection Under the Insurance Scheme.

In the case of Fee Protection Under the Escrow Scheme, tuition fees paid by the students to the school will have to be left in the custody of a third party, in this case, the CPE-endorsed banks, DBS and HSBC Bank. When specified conditions for its release have been met, the banks will disburse the tuition fees on a regular basis to the school.

In the case of Fee Protection Under the Insurance Scheme, insurance will be purchased from AXA Insurance Singapore Pte Ltd to protect the tuition fee portion for their students.

For students who are covered under FPS in the form of Escrow account, they must pay their fees (in Singapore currency) into the Escrow account through the following methods:

1) SGD crossed cheque
2) Cashier's order
3) Bank draft
4) Telegraphic transfer
5) DBS/POSB ATM (only applicable to DBS Escrow account)
6) DBS Internet Banking (only applicable to DBS Escrow account)

For students who are covered under FPS in the form of Insurance facility, they may pay their fees (in S$) through the following methods:

1) Cash
2) Cashcard
3) Cashier's order
4) Cheque
5) China Union Pay
6) Bank Draft
7) NETS
8) Telegraphic Transfer
9) Credit cards (Visa & Mastercard)

For more information on the Fee Protection Scheme.
Please visit www.cpe.gov.sg.

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Key Policies

I. Refund Policy

For Cause

All application, enrollment, sponsorship, escrow set-up fee, ICA processing fee, administrative fee and escrow bank charges/insurance charges paid to EASB are non-refundable. 100% of all other fees paid
are refundable within fourteen (14) days under any of the following conditions:

  1. Student pass application is rejected by immigration;
     
  2. EASB fails, for any reasons, to start the course on the commencement date;
     
  3. EASB fails, for any reasons, to complete the course by the completion date except those that are caused by the students themselves, such as, deferment, re-sit, re-unit, etc;
     
  4. EASB terminates the course for any reason prior to the completion of the course;
     
  5. EASB is in material breach of its obligations under this Agreement.

     

Without Cause

If students withdraw before the start of class and for any reason other than those set out above (for cause), the following refund percentages apply:-

  1. 70% refund of all fees, excluding application, enrollment, escrow set-up fee, ICA processing fee, sponsorship, administrative fee and escrow bank charges/insurance charges when students withdraw 60 days or more before commencement date;
     
  2. 30% refund of all fees, excluding application, enrollment, escrow set-up fee, ICA processing fee, sponsorship, administrative fee and escrow bank charges/insurance charges when students withdraw between 30 to 60 days before the commencement date;
     
  3. 0% refund of all fees when students withdraw on commencement date; or after commencement date.

     

II. Transfer Policy

The school facilitates students’ transfer to other schools under the following conditions:

(1) If they attained a minimum of 90% attendance rate. This is to satisfy ICA requirement; and
(2) If they have paid all outstanding fees and do not have any arrears in their payment.

PROCEDURES:

The following procedures are strictly to be followed in order to initiate a transfer:

  1. Student to approach the Student Service Centre to complete the Post-Enrolment Withdrawal Form and to submit along with a parent’s letter of consent for transfer (where applicable), his/her student pass and passport copy to the Student Service Executive;
  2. The school will check on the student’s attendance records and ensure that there are no outstanding fees owing by the student;
  3. The Student Service Executive will arrange an appointment for the student to meet the Academic HOS for counseling session;
  4. In the meanwhile, the School will contact the student’s parent/s to verify, inform and seek their formal consent to the transfer;
  5. Parent’s formal letter of consent to transfer and to absolve EASB’s responsibilities for any disruption to the child’s study in Singapore is required (where applicable);
  6. Upon receipt of the full documentation and student’s completion of the transfer procedure
    (Step 1 – 5), the school will proceed to cancel the student pass and to process the transfer via
    ICA Solar+ System or hardcopy V36A form (whichever is applicable);
  7. EASB will not be responsible for the failure to renew their student pass or disruption to their studies.

III. Withdrawal Policy (Post-Enrollment)

PROCEDURES:

Students who wish to withdraw from EASB voluntarily should adhere to the following procedures:

  1. Student to approach the Student Service Centre to complete the Post-Enrolment Withdrawal Form and to submit along with a parent’s letter of consent for withdrawal (where applicable), his/her student pass and passport copy to the Student Service Executive;
  2. The school will check on the student’s attendance records and ensure that there are no outstanding fees owing by the student;
  3. The Student Service Executive will arrange an appointment for the student to meet the Academic HOS for counseling session;
  4. In the meanwhile, the School will contact the student’s parent/s to verify, inform and seek their formal consent to the withdrawal;
  5. Parent’s formal letter of consent to the withdrawal and to absolve EASB’s
    responsibilities for any disruption to the child’s study in Singapore is required (where applicable);
  6. Upon receipt of the full documentation and student’s completion of the withdrawal procedure (Step 1 – 5), the school will proceed to cancel the student pass via ICA Solar+ System.
  7. EASB will not be responsible any disruption to their studies.
For information on other key policies and regulations, please click here to down the EASB Student Handbook.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Balestier Campus

9 Ah Hood Road
Singapore 329975
Tel: (65) 6252 5500
Email: enquiries@easb.edu.sg

Operation Hours

Monday - Friday
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
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