No, you cannot use your PSEA for fees payable to an approved institution if you are no longer studying in the institution.
PSEA can be used for approved skill-based training programmes offered by Continuing Education and Training (CET) Centres. These programmes have been assessed by the Workforce Development Authority (WDA) to be of high quality.
The list of approved programmes and CET Centres can be found here. New programmes will be added to the list if found suitable.
Please complete part 2 of the PSEA withdrawal forms to use your siblings' PSEA.
If your siblings are below 21 years old, your parent/ guardian will need to sign in Part 3 of the forms to authorize the usage of their PSEA.
If your siblings are 21 years old or above, they will need to sign in Part 3 of the forms to authorize the use of their PSEA for your fees and charges.
Yes, you can continue to contribute to your child's PSEA and receive the government's matching grant up to the contribution cap before your child turns 18 years of age through the following payment channels:
For all parents
For parents who are account holders of the respective banks indicated below only:
For more details on the contribution process, please refer to the PSEA website.
No, you cannot. PSEA and CDA serve different purposes. The PSEA can only be used by your child or his siblings for post-secondary education expenses at the approved institutions.
You can call our 24-hour automated Edusave/ Post-Secondary Education Account hotline at 62600777 to check your balance. For any PSEA transaction in the month, a monthly statement will be sent to you in the following month. There will also be an Annual Statement sent to you around March of each year.
The withdrawal application form for PSEA contains a section in Part 2 of the form that allows the applicant enrolled in an approved institution to make deductions from his or her sibling’s accounts. The sibling’s signature will be needed in the application form if he or she is above 21 years of age. Else, your parents will sign on your sibling’s behalf.
To change your PSEA Standing Order arrangement, you will just need to fill up a new application form and submit to your approved institution. The new arrangement will automatically replace the previous arrangement.
To terminate your PSEA Standing Order, please fill up the PSEA Termination of Standing Order Form and submit it to your approved institution.
If you are no longer studying in an approved institution, please submit the termination form to:
Finance and Development Division PSEA Unit c/o 1 North Buona Vista DriveSingapore 138675
The forms can be found at the PSEA website.
The PSEA Adhoc Withdrawal Form is meant for one-time transaction. Applicants authorise the approved institution to make a one-time only deduction from his PSEA for the approved course fee.
The PSEA Standing Order Form is used for multiple transactions. Applicants will only need to provide a one-time authorisation to allow any approved institutions to deduct from his PSEA as long as he/she is a student of the approved institution.
Both forms can be found here.