Tuition Fees: CET Courses

Course fees cover all study materials, classes, tutor supervision, assignments and examinations.

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Post-Secondary Education Account (PSEA)

PSEA is applicable for SSG-funded CET courses.

Course fees must be paid before submission of PSEA application.

MOE has introduced online application for use of PSEA Ad Hoc Withdrawal. One PSEA form is applicable for one course submission only. Multiple PSEA forms will be required for more than one course submission.

If you are using your own PSEA, please submit the Ad Hoc Withdrawal Form via FormSG using SingPass.
(If you are below 21 years old at the point of submission, a parent/legal guardian is required to submit the online application on your behalf.)

If you are using your sibling's PSEA, please download the Ad Hoc Withdrawal Form and email the completed form to

Please take note that the following important information is compulsory when you are applying for PSEA and must be included in Part 1 of all PSEA forms:

  • Course Code of the course (e.g. TGS-XXXXXXXXX) under 'Course/Fee Description'. Course Code is compulsory for SSG courses and is assigned by SSG. Please visit MySkillsFuture courses website to check the course code if necessary;
  • Usage Category as 'SSG-SKLUPG';
  • Total course fee under 'Course/Fee Amount'.

Online application or original completed forms must be submitted to SUSS by 30 January (for January Semester) and 30 July (for July Semester). Applicants may need to provide additional documents and information if required. Submission of PSEA application form via fax or scanned copies will not be accepted. Late or incomplete application forms may result in non-acceptance or rejection of your application.

For the balance amounts in PSEA, please call PSEA hotline at +65 6260 0777.

Guide to applying PSEA Ad Hoc Withdrawal Online Application can be found here.

View FAQs on PSEA

Application Fee

Application for CET modular courses is to be made online. All first time applications must be accompanied by a one-time non-refundable application fee of $60.00 before GST and payable online only.


Other Fees

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

Please click here for other fees.


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 CET modular courses and short courses.
  • Applicants who are 60 years old and above will enjoy a 20% course fee concession for CET modular courses and short courses.
  • Applicants who are Alumni (Doctoral, Master's or Bachelor's programme) of SUSS will enjoy a 20% course fee concession for CET modular courses and short 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. Concessions are not applicable to students eligible for SkillsFuture funding, or for courses offered by external institutions/organisations. It will be subject to availability of places in the course. Additionally, these concessions are not to be used concurrently with any other concessions and/or funding.


Fee Payment Procedures

The amount of course fees you pay in each semester depends on the number of courses you take in that semester. The course fees cover all study materials, classes, tutor supervision, assignments and examinations. They do not include fees for textbooks and other additional items specified by SUSS from time to time.

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


In Budget 2022, the Minister for Finance announced that the GST rate will be increased from:

(i) 7% to 8% with effect from 1 Jan 2023; and

(ii) 8% to 9% with effect from 1 Jan 2024.


IRAS has given the guidance that 8% GST will be chargeable if payment is received by SUSS from 1 January 2023.  Payments received by SUSS before 1 January 2023 will continue to pay GST at 7% and the table below aims to clarify some of the scenarios that may be encountered.  Please refer to for more information.


Payment mode


Payment can be treated as received before 1 Jan 2023 if:


Payment charged to credit card and OCBC Interest-Free Instalment Plan(FPP)

Payment is charged to the credit card by 31 Dec 2022(FPP)

Telegraphic transfer (TT)

TT instruction is received by the SUSS’s bank by 31 Dec 2022 


AXS or Nets payment


Payment transaction takes place by 31 Dec 2022


Other electronic fund transfers where funds are transferred instantly such as PayNow, bank transfer (FPP)


Funds are received by 31 Dec 2022 (FPP)


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 $110.00 (exclusive of GST) administrative charge will be given. No refund will be given for withdrawal thereafter.

2 The 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, you are strongly encouraged to submit your notice of withdrawal to SUSS in person.

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