Student Admission Process
(for course duration longer than one month or more than 50 hours)

1. Pre-Admission Counseling
Students will go through pre-admission counseling with the programme consultants who will explain the Course in details, Course Fee Payment, Fee Protection Scheme, Refund Policy and other important information etc.

2. Application forms
Students are required to submit the documents below for registration:

  • A duly completed Application Form
  • A copy of highest education certificates and transcripts
  • A copy of NRIC/ Work Permit Card
  • A certification letter from school on the education certificates and transcripts
  • A recent copy of passport-sized photo
  • 3. Letter of offer
    Upon successful acceptance into the course, programme consultants will send a letter of offer by post to the student. To accept the letter of offer, student will need to sign and return the acknowledgement slip to SIMM.

    4. Admission Process
    Students need to make arrangement with the programme consultants for the following matters to complete the admission process:

  • Advisory Note
  • Student Contract
  • Work permit declaration (for Foreigners)
  • Terms & Conditions
  • Bring the original educational certificates and transcripts for verification.
  • 5. Course Fee Payment
    Once students have signed the advisory note and student contract, they can proceed to make payment of the course fees.

    Payment of fees could be made via the following modes:

  • Cash
  • NETS
  • Credit cards: VISA, Master and AMEX
  • 0% interest free instalments plan is available for OCBC credit card holders.
  • Singapore cheque (Cheque must be crossed and made payable to “Singapore Institute of Materials Management”)
  • 6. Issue of Receipts
    For every payment made by the student or company, SIMM shall issue a receipt to the student or company.

     

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    Last updated in May 2019