Master of Science in Applied Gerontology

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Frequently Asked Questions



Fees, Payment and Funding


Q: When am I required to make fee payment?


A: A $2000 non-refundable fee deposit is required upon accepting the offer. 

Thereafter fees will be billed according to:

​- Full time students will be billed 50% of the course fee prior to course commencement with the remaining 50% before the start of Trimester 2

- Part time students will be billed 50% of the course fee prior to course commencement with the remaining 50% in April of the following year



Q: Can I apply for tuition loan to pay for the tuition fee?


A: Admitted students can apply for commercial bank loan. The programme office will provide a letter of schedule of fee payment as supporting documents for such application.



Q: Can I use my CPF to pay for the tuition fee?


A: You may like to check with CPF board for the latest details on the usage of CPF for graduate programmes.



Q: Can I use my PSEA account to pay for the tuition fee?


A: Yes, you could. This is subject to MOE guidelines.
 
Please click here for more details.



Q: What are the funding available to over my tuition fee?


A: There are several external funding​ available for this programme. However, these are selected on a competitive basis and students must be prepared to fund their own course of study.
 
The available funding is listed in our webpage: 

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