Committee for Private Education (CPE)
Established under the Private Education Act, the Committee for Private Education (CPE) is a statutory board sanctioned with the legislative power to regulate the private education sector. In addition to its role as the sectoral regulator of private education institutions (PEIs), the CPE facilitates capability development efforts to uplift standards in the local private education industry.
Ngee Ann Academy is a private education institution (PEI) governed by CPE. To know more about the Private Education Act and EduTrust Certification Scheme for Ngee Ann Academy, please click here.
For more information about the CPE, please visit Committee for Private Education.
Important Information for Student’s Pass Holders
All full-time international students must hold a valid Student’s Pass issued by the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) of Singapore for their studies at Ngee Ann Academy. Approval of Student’s Pass application is strictly by the ICA. Additionally, International Students have to be aware that holding a Student’s Pass in Singapore is strictly for educational purpose only.
- All Student’s Pass holders have to ensure that their attendance is 90% and above. If the Student’s Pass holders do not meet the attendance percentage requirements, NAA will have to report to ICA immediately.
- All Student’s Pass holders are only allowed to study in Singapore in Ngee Ann Academy which is stated in the Student’s Pass application.
- All Student’s Pass holders are not allowed to engage in any form of employment or attend an industrial attachment/internship programme, whether paid or unpaid, without a valid work pass issued by Ministry of Manpower.
- Female Student’s Pass holders are not allowed to become pregnant.
- Consuming of drugs or participating in political activities is prohibited.
- Students shall not engage in any activity, criminal or otherwise, which is inconsistent with the purpose for which the Student’s Pass has been issued.
- Overstaying in Singapore is considered a serious offence.
Should the Student’s Pass holder breach any of the regulations, the Student’s Pass will be cancelled and the Student will have to leave Singapore within 24 hours.
For any further enquiries about the Student’s Pass, please visit the ICA‘s website for more information.
Singapore’s Laws and Regulations
As an international student in Singapore, you need to be familiar with the Singapore Laws and do not commit criminal offences.
You can visit the Singapore Police Force (SPF) website for more information here.