FAQ for Local StudentsTo answer some of your queries about living and studying in Singapore, we have a list of frequently asked questions answered. For current students please go to FAQ for Current Students.
For information on further studies with SISH Institute and our partner universities, you may contact our Student Consultants at
Hotline: +65 65061288
Our friendly and helpful Consultants will be able to advise you on the academic pathway you may wish to pursue.
All programmes conducted by SISH are registered with the CPE of Singapore.
Yes. You may seek admission to local or foreign universities based on your Diploma and Advanced Diploma qualifications. However, it is subject to individual university admission criterion.
Classroom-based: Students must attend lectures and tutorials as scheduled. Contact with the lecturers are on a more frequent and regular basis.
Distance learning: Students are in contact with their tutors through intensive bloc sessions over a limited period of time. In a distance learning mode, students are required to read their course materials in their own time. During tutorial sessions, students can seek clarification from their tutors.
Currently, all SISH programmes are conducted on campus by local and foreign academics and industry professionals.
Yes. You need to fulfill 90% attendance as a full-time student, 75% attendance for full-time Local Student and 75% attendance for part-time student. For international students, 90% attendance is compulsory to meet ICA requirements.
If the student wish to take leaves, he/she must apply leaves and it is subject to approval by the school’s management. All documentary proof must be submitted to SISH with a leave of absence form (subject to the school’s approval)
Yes! We take pride in our out-of-the-classroom experiential learning programme for our students. The school organises co-curricular activities, and other social and cultural programmes to ensure the holistic development of our students.Yes! We take pride in our out-of-the-classroom experiential learning programme for our students. The school organises co-curricular activities, and other social and cultural programmes to ensure the holistic development of our students.
All payments are to be made in Singapore dollars. Accepted methods of payment include Cash, e-Banking, NETs, Cheque, Credit Card, Telegraphic Transfer (T/T).
Cheques must be crossed and made payable to “SISH Institute Pte Ltd“.
Bank details for Telegraphic Transfer are stated below:
Beneficiary Bank’s Details
United Overseas Bank Limited, Bendemeer Branch
Block 25, Bendemeer Road, #01-561/563 Singapore 330025
Swift Address: UOVBSGSG
Bank Code: 7375
Branch Code: 067
UOB Account No: 379-301-060-3
UOB Account Name: SISH INSTITUTE PTE LTD
Note: All bank charges shall be borne by the student.
Yes, there will be an orientation programme planned for new students at the start of each intake. During orientation, you will be briefed about the school’s vision, mission and core values, and important information such as school’s policies and procedures, student supports services, academic and assessments, dispute resolution policy and procedures, code of conduct etc.
Do not rush into buying textbooks. You will be given course materials and a list of textbooks for required reading. We advise that you consult the academic staff on the required purchases.
SISH is located near Tanjong Pagar MRT Station and easily accessible by public buses.
Our address is:
SISH Institute Pte Ltd
51 Anson Road, #13-51, Anson Centre,
Tel: +65 65061288
Fax: +65 65061287
Public holidays are taken into account in the planning of course/programme schedules and students can check these schedules.
For local students, your request will be considered on a case-by-case basis subject to availability of classes and resources. International students can only enroll in full-time programmes.
You will receive a Letter of Offer from your agent or us by email or fax informing you that your application has been received and processed.
Such arrangements will only be considered on a case-by-case basis.