CET Modular Courses
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 CET Modular Courses

We offer a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary range of over 200 courses each semester, at both undergraduate and post graduate levels. These courses come from our four schools
  • School of Arts and Social Sciences
  • School of Business​
  • School of Human Development and Social Services
  • School of Science and Technology
This broad range of courses prepares you for the priority and growth sectors in Singapore’s economy such as: Accountancy, Advanced Manufacturing, Applied Health Sciences, Biomedical Sciences, Construction, Early Childhood, Financial Services, Human Resource Management, ICT & Media, Logistics and Aerospace, Smart and Sustainable Urban Solutions and Social Services. 
Please click here​ for All CET Modular Undergraduate Courses.
Please click here​ for Subsidised SkillsFuture Modular Courses.

Please click here​ for All CET Modular Graduate Courses.
Please click here​ for CET Modular Undergraduate Course Fees.

Please click here​ for CET Modular Graduate Course Fees.​

Application Fee​

Application for CET modular courses is to be made online. Each application must be accompanied by a non-refundable application fee of $64.20 (inclusive of GST) for an e-application (payable online only).

Course Certification

CET Courses only have a choice of Audit or Credit mode.
  • Audit – Students attend classes only. No assessment and exam. Only certificate of Participation issued.
  • Credit – student to fulfill and pass the course requirement. Course certificate will be issued upon passing the course.
  • If a CET student on credit mode did not fulfill the course requirement, i.e did not take exam or submit the required exam or fail the course, this student will still receive a certificate of participation.

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Other Fees

There may be additional items that are not covered by the tuition fees. These could include items such as additional recommended textbooks, resit examination fee, etc.

Please click here for other fees.

SkillsFuture Credit

SkillsFuture Credit aims to encourage individuals to take ownership of their skills development and lifelong learning. Starting January 2016, all Singapore Citizens (SCs) aged 25 and above will receive an opening credit of S$500.

The Singapore Government will provide periodic top-ups to SkillsFuture Credit and as there is no expiry date, SC students may accumulate their SkillsFuture Credit and use it to pay the course fees of all SkillsFuture modular courses approved by MOE or WDA (as listed in the SkillsFuture Credit directory).

Claiming is only available from January 2018 semester onwards.

Government Subsidy for SkillsFuture Courses

The approved SkillsFuture modular course fees subsidy from the Government of Singapore is administered by the Ministry of Education (MOE) and is offered to all Singapore Citizens taking MOE-approved SkillsFuture modular courses and who satisfy the criteria listed in the next paragraph. The MOE-approved SkillsFuture modular course fees subsidy for each student is a percentage of the full modular course fees charged by SUSS. This course fee subsidy is valued at 55% of the course fee. Students who are eligible for the course fees need only pay the difference between the full fees (set by the University) and the subsidy from MOE.

Only Singapore citizens are eligible for the fee subsidies. They must meet the following criteria to be eligible for the SkillsFuture modular course fee subsidies:
  • Applicants have not previously received a government subsidy for the same course; and
  • Applicants must be at least 21 years of age; and
  • Applicants must have either 2 years of full-time work experience, or have fully discharged full-time NS liability, or are currently employed on a full-time basis; and
  • Are enrolled as Credit students

The subsidy does not cover:
  • Resit fee
  • Extra courses taken beyond the requirements for the undergraduate degree programme
  • Auxiliary charges like administrative fees (e.g., course choice amendment, deferment, transfer of programme, challenge exam fee, exam appeal, etc.), overseas travel expenses, etc.
  • Any penalty charges (e.g., late fee payment)
  • Any other miscellaneous fees

SkillsFuture Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy

Singapore Citizens (SCs) aged 40 and above who are pursuing MOE-approved SkillsFuture modular courses with SUSS will enjoy higher subsidy with effect from 1 July 2015. The availability of the SkillsFuture Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy will be tied to a SC student's eligibility for Government Subsidised courses. Hence, a SC student must be eligible for the Government Subsidised courses in order to be eligible for the enhanced subsidy.

With this enhanced subsidy, SC students aged 40 and above (to be counted based on the year which he/she turns 40 years old) will pay course fees that are 60% lower than the standard subsidised fees payable by other SC students who are below 40 years old.

Below is an illustrative example of how the fees are computed for a SUSS course for a SC aged below 40 and a SC aged 40 and above:

​SC aged below 40
(Course Fee incl. of GST)
​SC aged 40 and above
(Course Fee incl. of GST)
​Non-Subsidised ​SC Fee for
5 credit units (cu)
S$1,284.00​ S$1,284.00
​Subsidised SC Fee for
5 credit units ^
(60% reduction from S$577.80)
^ Subject to students meeting the subsidy eligibility criteria

For more information about SkillsFuture programmes and initiatives, please refer to http://www.skillsfuture.sg

Course Fee Concession​

SUSS offers the following CET modular course fee concessions1:
  • Applicants who are 50 years old and above will enjoy a 10% course fee concession for undergraduate degree modular courses.
  • Applicants who are 60 years old and above will enjoy a 20% course fee concession for undergraduate and post-graduate degree modular courses.
  • Applicants who are graduates (at Master's or Bachelor's level) of SUSS and the Singapore Institute of Management will enjoy a 20% course fee concession for undergraduate degree modular courses.
1No retrospective claims will be allowed.

Students will enjoy only one of the three categories of concession. The above concessions are applicable to all CET modular courses offered by SUSS unless specified otherwise. They are not applicable to students eligible for SkillsFuture Enhanced Fee Subsidy; courses offered with external institutions/organisations, as well as graduate modular courses. Offer will be made subject to availability of places in the course. Eligible students will enjoy the course fee concession in addition to any government subsidy that they are eligible for. However, the concessions are not to be used concurrently with any other concessions.

Fee Payment Procedures

Students will be sent the bill for course fee payment (and other additional fees, if applicable) at the start of each semester. You will usually be given about 1 week to pay the fees.

Late Payment Penalty

Students who do not meet fee payment deadlines imposed by the University will incur penalty fees. If fees are not paid by the due date indicated in the bill, a late fee will be imposed.

Refund Policy​

If written notice of withdrawal is given within the cooling off period2, a full refund of the fees paid less $117.70 (inclusive of GST) administrative charge will be given. No refund will be given for withdrawal thereafter.
2The cooling off period is defined as 7 working days after payment of the fees for the first semester of your admissions to SUSS. To expedite the administrative process for refund, you are strongly encouraged to submit your notice of withdrawal to SUSS in person.