Edutrust

The following procedures are to be adhered to when applying for a programme with Informatics Academy. This would help to ensure that your application is processed without delay.

The Fee Protection Scheme (FPS) is mandatory for EduTrust certified Private Education Institution. It serves to protect students’ fees in the event the school ceases operation due to insolvency, and/or regulatory closure.  The FPS also protects students if the school fails to pay penalties or return fees to the students arising from the judgment made against it by the Singapore courts.

Under the prevailing FPS guidelines, schools are allowed to collect up to twelve months worth of course fees for each payment. Students may check their FPS status with their school or insurance provider.

LONPAC Insurance Bhd is the FPS insurer for Informatics Academy. For details of the FPS Insurance Policy, please refer to www.lonpac.com.

Click here to view the FPS Insurance Certificate – LONPAC Insurance Bhd.

For more information on the Fee Protection Scheme (FPS), please refer to the official website of the CPE at www.cpe.gov.sg

Medical Insurance is intended to protect student against hefty medical expenses. It covers hospitalisation and related medical treatment expenses.   

Medical Insurance is mandatory for all full-time students during their entire course duration.  It is not required for students enrolled on part-time courses or courses that are no more than 30 days or 50 hours in duration.

The following categories of students can opt out of the medical insurance scheme if they are already covered by their own medical insurance:

  • Singapore citizens, permanent residents and that do not required a Student Pass issued by Immigration and Checkpoint authority (ICA).
  • Students under corporate sponsorship or corporate agreement signed between the PEI and sponsor organisation

Informatics Academy has put in place a group Medical Insurance arrangement whereby all students (except those specifically allowed to opt out under EduTrust Certification guidelines) are automatically insured under the Group Hospitalisation & Surgical Insurance operated by AXA Insurance Singapore Pte Ltd.

The scheme provides for an annual coverage limit of up to S$30,000 per student, at least B1 ward in government and restructured hospitals and 24 hours coverage in Singapore and Overseas (if Student is involved in school-related activities) throughout the course duration. Reasonable and customary charges apply if the student is hospitalised in a hospital outside Singapore.

The fee payable for the entire duration of the course is indicated in the fee schedule of the Student Contract. The insurance shall be purchased on a yearly basis and the premium shall be borne by the student.

Students are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the scheme and note the Exclusion Clause.  Students should note what treatments are claimable.

Click here to view the Benefits Schedule for Informatics Academy

Click here to view the Certificate of Insurance

Click here to download a Medical Insurance Claim Form.  All claims to be forward to Student Services Department for attention.

For more information on the Medical Insurance, please refer to the official website of the Committee for Private Education at www.cpe.gov.sg

 

Group Hospitalisation & Surgical Insurance (GHS)  [Product Summary, Exclusion and Frequently Asked Questions]

Click here to download the Product Summary, Exclusion and Frequently Asked Questions of  the Group Hospitalisation & Surgical Insurance (GHS)

The student and PEI must enter a standard PEI-Student Contract.  The contract is a legal binding agreement between the school and the students that sets out the terms and conditions governing the relationship between the parties. The contract must be executed prior to payment of course fees and commencement of classes.

Informatics Academy adopts the standard PEI-Student Contract drafted prepared by the Committee for Private Education (CPE).   

A specimen of contract is available for preview at CPE’s website.

Prior to the signing on the Student contract, the prospective student is required to complete the Advisory Note to Student (Form 12) to acknowledge that he/she has read and fully understood the contents of the contract.

Click here to download a copy of the Advisory Note.