30 Sep '15, 4am

PRs and foreigners to pay higher school fees from 2016

PRs and foreigners to pay higher school fees from 2016

SINGAPORE - International students and those who are permanent residents (PRs) will pay $20 to $150 more in school fees from January. This revision of school fees by the Ministry of Education is a move to further differentiate fees by citizenship, the ministry said in a press release. The new fees affect those studying at government and government-aided schools. MINISTRY OF EDUCATION School fees will increase by between $20 to $60 per month for students who are PRs, and by between $20 and $150 per month for international students. Fees for Singapore citizens remain unchanged. For example, Singaporeans currently attending secondary schools pay $5 a month for fees, while PRs pay $120 and international students, $650. From next year, Singaporeans will continue to pay $5 a month to study in secondary schools while the fees for PRs will rise to $160 and that for international s...

Full article: http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/education/prs-and-f...

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