Students looking to further their education in jewellery courses at the Jewellery Design and Management International School (JDMIS) can utilize their Post-Secondary Education Account (PSEA) to fund their modular programmes.
What is PSEA?
The PSEA is a scheme for Singapore Citizens provided by the Ministry of Education (MOE) to support lifelong learning. It allows you to pay for various approved courses, one of which includes the specialized modular programmes offered at JDMIS.
Can PSEA be used for JDMIS courses?
Yes, the PSEA funds can be applied to JDMIS's modular jewellery programmes. This provides a great opportunity for eligible individuals to finance their education in this field.
Timeline for PSEA Submissions:
When planning to use your PSEA for course fees, it’s important to submit your withdrawal request in a timely manner. Submissions must be made at least 10 working days prior to the commencement of your course. This lead time is crucial for MOE to process your withdrawal request and for JDMIS to receive the confirmation of your funding arrangement.
How to Submit a PSEA Withdrawal Request:
For detailed guidance on how to complete the request, please click here. This document will assist you in navigating through the application process seamlessly.
It is advisable to check your PSEA balance before making a withdrawal request. You can do so by calling the 24-hour automated PSEA hotline at 6260 0777, which is updated every Wednesday with the latest balance information.
Submission must be made by Account holder (above 21 years old) or Parent of an account holder below 21 years old submits the PSEA Adhoc Application via FormSG
Withdrawal applications should be submitted no earlier than 2 months before course commencement.