Parent(s) / guardian particulars (if you are not staying with your parent(s), please provide your guardian's particulars)
Following the course acceptance, successful applicants can proceed to apply for bursary/financial assistance (if eligible), upload passport size colour photo for application of ITE Student Concession Card online, and submit PSEA Standing Order form online (only for Singapore Citizens who are using their own PSEA to make fee payment for ITE full-time courses).
Upon course acceptance, successful applicants can proceed to apply for bursary/financial assistance (if eligible), upload passport size colour photo for the application of ITE Student Concession Card, and submit PSEA Standing Order (SO) form online (only for Singapore Citizens who are using their own PSEA to make fee payment for ITE full-time courses).
(i) For Online Application of Bursary/Financial Assistance
To apply for bursary/financial assistance, eligible applicants will need to provide the following information of all family members in the same household:- Name- Relationship to you- Age
- Occupation / school
- Marital status
- Gross monthly income of each working adult
Alternatively, applicants may exit the browser at any time and apply for bursary/financial assistance later at https://myportal.ite.edu.sg/regsubmission from the next day after course acceptance.
After submitting the application for bursary/financial assistance, applicants will be notified via email on the procedure to provide one supporting income document (e.g. latest income tax statement or CPF contribution statement or latest payslips of not more than 3 months old or letter from employer indicating income) for each working adult to complete their application for bursary/financial assistance.
(ii) For Online Uploading of Photo
For upload of photo, applicants are required to get ready a softcopy of passport size photo. The guidelines for the photo are that it must:
- Be in colour, taken against white background without shadow
- Be taken within the last 3 months
- Show the full face without headgear
- Show that your hair is neatly combed or tied up and must be of natural colour
- Not show any outrageous earrings
The photo image requirements are:
- JPEG format and to be named as: NRIC.jpg (e.g. T1234567A.jpg)
- Dimension must be in 240 X 320 pixels
- File size should be about 150 kbytes
You may make use of the image editing tools to resize your photo at this link: https://www.ite.edu.sg/life-at-ite/student-services/general-services/apply-student-concession-card.
Alternatively, applicants may exit the browser at any time and upload their photo later at https://myportal.ite.edu.sg/regsubmission from the next day after course acceptance.
(iii) For Online Submission of PSEA SO Form
Singapore Citizens who are using their own PSEA to make fee payment for ITE full-time courses can submit PSEA SO form via Form.sg at https://go.gov.sg/psea-iteso. You have to login using your SingPass to access Form.sg to submit the online PSEA SO form. For applicants below 21 years of age, your parent will need to submit the online PSEA SO form on your behalf via Form.sg using his/her SingPass. You or your parent can register for SingPass at https://www.singpass.gov.sg. An acknowledgement email will be sent to the email address provided in the PSEA SO form upon submission. Applicants can call the PSEA hotline number (62600777) to check their PSEA balance.
The DPP course fees are shown below.
Course (10 weeks) for January 2021
Total (d) = (a) + (b) + (c)
Tuition Fee (a)
Supplementary Fee (b)
Singapore Permanent Resident
Fees Per Term (AY2021
Fees) for Apr 2021 Term
Total (e) = (a) + (b) + (c) + (d)
Examination Fee (c)
GHSI (IS) (d)
cohort-based fee structure, a student’s tuition fees will remain unchanged for the
entire duration of the course. With this new fee structure, students will have
greater certainty regarding tuition fees and can better plan for the financing
of their studies.
1) The above
are based on Academic Year 2021 fees.
2) One term
is 6 months.
3) The fee
rates are inclusive of GST or after GST subsidy.
Students are required to pay their term fees for all terms by
the stipulated dates in order to remain in their course of study. For the
subsequent terms, students are required to pay their fees through PSEA / GIRO
(if you do not have PSEA or your PSEA balance is insufficient for all terms in
the course of study).
Students who are matriculated into Higher Nitec courses under
the JIE ‘H’ will first need to undergo a 10-week preparatory course under the
January 2021 term, before they commence their 2-year Higher Nitec training
under the April 2021 term. Students will be required to pay fees for the
10-week preparatory course in January 2021 before they commence their
preparatory course, while the fees for the April 2021 term will be collected in
April 2021 before the term commences for the Higher Nitec training. GIRO
deduction of fees will only commence from October 2021 term onwards for
students matriculated into Higher Nitec courses under the JIE’H’.
Full-time International Students studying in ITE are required to
purchase a Group Hospitalisation and Surgical Insurance [GHSI(IS)] scheme, and
the insurance premium will be included in the fees at the start of the each
academic term. The purpose of the GHSI(IS) is to help defray the
hospitalisation expenses for International Students in the event that they are
Fees are charged based on citizenship at the point of term
commencement. Students who have officially informed ITE of their change in
citizenship to Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident before the term
commences will have their fees adjusted to the Singapore Citizen / Permanent
Resident rate for that term. However, for students who inform ITE officially of
their Citizenship change to Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident after the
term commencement, their fees will be adjusted to the Singapore Citizen/
Permanent Resident rate only with effect from the next term.
* All requests for refund are not guaranteed and are subject to approval by ITE.
Successful applicants may pay the first term fees through one of the following modes:
Students who are a
Citizen with Post-Secondary Education Account (PSEA)
Citizens who are using their own PSEA to make fee payment for full-time ITE
courses can submit the online PSEA Standing Order (SO) form at https://go.gov.sg/psea-iteso latest by Mon 11 Jan 2021.
will need to login via SingPass to submit the online PSEA SO form. If you do
not have SingPass, you can register for it at https://www.singpass.gov.sg.
you are below 21 years old, you will need your parent to login via his/her
SingPass to submit the online PSEA SO form on your behalf. If your parent
does not have SingPass, he/she can register for it at https://www.singpass.gov.sg.
note that if a Singaporean has an Edusave account, the balance will only be
transferred to PSEA in the year he turns 17 years of age or is no longer
studying in a MOE-funded school, whichever happens later.
may call the PSEA enquiry line at 62600777 to check whether you have a PSEA
and your PSEA balances. If you have
an Edusave account, you are considered to be without PSEA at this point in
time and are required to pay your 1st term fees by the payment
modes mentioned below.
more information on PSEA, you may visit MOE website: http://www.moe.gov.sg/
are required to complete and submit the hardcopy PSEA SO form when you report
to your posted College for registration and training on Mon 11 Jan 2021, if:
You opt to use your sibling(s)’ PSEA for payment of your
term fees and your sibling(s)’ PSEA balances are sufficient, or
You are unable to submit the online PSEA SO form.
copy of the hardcopy PSEA SO form is attached at the end of this booklet.
· Singapore Citizen without
· Singapore Permanent
Payment by Credit/Debit Card upon matriculation of courses
To pay via online:
· Go to website https://myportal.ite.edu.sg
· Login with ID &
Click iStudent/Financial Assistance icon
followed by Online Payment icon under Financial Account and follow the
instructions to make payment
or Credit Card Payment at ITE Colleges
You may pay via these modes when you
report to your posted College for registration and training on Mon 11 Jan 2021.
e-Station or m-Station
If you have accepted the course offer
online before 6pm, you may pay via AXS e-Station or m-Station from 10am the
next working day. If you have accepted the course offer online after 6pm, you
may pay via AXS e-Station or m-Station from 10am two working days later. Your
Financial Account will be updated the next working day after payment has been
made by you. You are required to retain the AXS payment receipt and bring it
along when you report to your posted College on Mon 11 Jan 2021.
If you do not have PSEA or your PSEA balance is insufficient for all terms in the course of study, you are required to complete and submit the Application Form for InterBank GIRO form (https://www.ite.edu.sg/e-services-and-forms) to your posted College on Mon 11 Jan 2021 for payment of fees from the second term onwards (i.e. from Oct 2021 term). For first term fees (i.e. Apr 2021 term), you will have to pay via NETs/Credit Card.
If you do not pay your fees by Mon 11 Jan 2021, you are deemed to have withdrawn from the course which you have accepted. Your training place will be forfeited.
Successful international applicants who have obtained their Student Pass can email or call the Customer & Visitor Centre of the posted College for an appointment for payment. You must pay the 1st term fees via NETS or Credit Card at the Customer & Visitor Centre of your posted College in order to obtain the Enrolment Letter to commence training. You are also required to submit the completed Application Form for InterBank GIRO (https://www.ite.edu.sg/e-services-and-forms) for payment of fees from 2nd term [i.e. October 2021 for Higher Nitec courses] onwards. If you do not report to your posted College with the Enrolment Letter to commence training by Tue 2 Feb 2021 (5pm), you will be deemed to have withdrawn your training place and the place will be offered to other eligible applicants appealing for a place in the course.
ITE offers 18 full-time Higher Nitec courses under the DPP for eligible N(A) students.
Business & Services
Secondary 4N(A) students who have sat for their GCE N-Level examinations in 2020 as a school candidate, and have met the following requirements are eligible to apply for the DPP:-
a. Obtained an ELMAB3 aggregate of 19 points or better (excluding CCA bonus points); and
b. Met the following course-specific requirements:
For Applied Sciences, Engineering and Info-Communications Technology courses:
For Business & Services courses:
Secondary 4N(A) students who were offered GCE O-Level examination subjects in 2020 (and those who offered GCE O-Level Mother Tongue in Secondary 3 in 2019) may combine their grades from these examinations with their N(A)-Level results to apply for the DPP. In doing so, they may use the following grade conversion table for computation of their ELMAB3 aggregates:
The GCE O-Level grade of F9 and GCE N(A) grade of U will not be considered for computation of the ELMAB3 aggregate score. If a student has taken the same subject at both the GCE N- and GCE O-Level examinations, only the better grade will be used in the computation of his/her ELMAB3 aggregate to determine DPP eligibility.
Students should note that eligibility to apply for the DPP does not guarantee placement in a DPP course.