The Central Provident Fund (CPF) Education Scheme (CES)
is available to eligible Bachelor of Laws
students who are paying subsidised tuition fees. The CES is for the payment of MOE subsidised tuition fee and it cannot be used to pay the compulsory miscellaneous fees.
As stipulated by the CPF Board, you can use your own, your spouse's or your parents' CPF savings to pay for your tuition fees. The use of a sibling's CPF savings is only considered on a case-by-case basis. Repayment
Repayment will start one year after graduation or on leaving the programme, whichever is earlier. The student has to repay the full amount of CPF savings withdrawn and the interest from the time the savings are withdrawn in cash. The interest, which is based on the prevailing CPF interest rate, will be credited into the CPF account of the member whose savings had been used. The repayment can be made in one lump sum or by monthly installments over a maximum period of 12 years. For outstanding amounts of up to S$10,000, the minimum repayment per month is S$100.Guarantor
With effect from 1 April 2005, CPF Board has waived the need for students to furnish a guarantor for applications to use CPF savings for education. How to apply?
To apply, please submit the application online. You will need your SingPass to login. Please click here
for more details and application. We only accept online submission.
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