School fees are payable for 12 months; as instead of a one-time payment for the total fees payable annually, the fees are spread out over a period of 12 months.
School fees are payable on the 1st of every month. They are not dependable on the number of lessons a student attends.
Note: Should a student send a withdrawal email on the 1st of a particular month, school fee applies for said month.
With effect from 1st January 2022, monthly school fee that is not fully paid by its due date (15th of the month) will incur a late payment fee of $10.
Yearly Payment Plan
If a student on the yearly payment plan withdraws from the program before the end of the academic year, monthly payment plan fee rates apply to the student for that academic year and the remaining monthly fees will be refunded to the student wherever applicable.
If a student wishes to withdraw from the program, the student must inform Rubat Singapura (RS) by sending an email to email@example.com. Withdrawal will be effective from the date the withdrawal email is received by RS. School fee for that month applies.
In the case where a student does not submit a withdrawal email to RS and is absent from classes, the student will only be considered withdrawn after 3 consecutive full months of absenteeism. Monthly fees for these 3 months are payable.
Social Media Guidelines for Students
Social media (e.g. Facebook, Instagram, blog etc) plays a significant role in communication and building communities of common interests. Your social media posts can have a notable impact on your personal, and RS’s, reputation. We advise you to follow the general guidelines below that have been put in place for students and the institution community when engaging in social media activities.
Be mindful that as a student of RS, what you post can reflect on your own personal reputation as well as that of RS.
Everything online is open and accessible to everyone. We encourage that you act responsibly and be sensible in your posts.
Respect the laws and your audience
Laws such as impersonation, copyright, defamation, and others do apply to social media. Posting a defamatory remark on social media can put you at risk of prosecution.
Refrain from making discriminatory comments or personal insults, using ethnic slurs or obscenity, or engaging in any manner that is not appropriate. Treat your audience with respect and be considerate of the privacy of others.
Copyright infringement liability for social media results in the same way as standard printed matter. Do not misuse RS logos (E.g. Do not use the RS logo in your personal social media profile photo, thumbnails, cover pages, or any unauthorised posts). Only use them if you have the requested permission to do so. To seek permission for the application of the RS logo, please contact us.
False representation of another person or impersonation is a criminal offence and is punishable by law.
You must seek approval from appropriate parties before posting someone else’s work. If you are sharing the works of others, give credit to the original creator.
Protect yourself and others you care about
Be responsible about protecting your’s and others’ privacy and confidential/sensitive information. Ask for permission before you post photographs or videos of others.
Be cautious about how you communicate with others and what information you share online. Do not let yourself fall victim to illegal activities.
Refrain from posting something that you will be embarrassed to see as a news headline. If what you’re about to post makes you uncomfortable, consult others before posting it.
Do not post something you’ll regret
Keep in mind that all that you post online is public record and is permanently accessible to everyone. Even if you restrict access to your site, the content posted is entirely out of control once it is online, and you may not be able to undo it. Even if you delete a post, others may have screenshot the content and shared it, resulting in the post to resurface online. Your online post can be traced back to you. Therefore, ensure that the content is appropriate before posting it.
What you post online (i.e. images, videos, comments etc) presently can be accessed by universities or employers in the years ahead. This may affect your future.
Hence, consider wisely before you post anything online.
On RS’s official social media platforms
RS’s official social media platforms–namely our Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp–serve the main objectives of building relationships and communities between RS and our audiences (e.g. current & future students, and the public community).
Other than the aforementioned guidelines, we hope that our students can:
Be an appreciated member
Comments made on social media should relate to the posted topic or be relevant to the general objectives of the social media platform. RS’s official social media platforms are not the place for making feedbacks or complaints. For such situations, the proper channels are through the student enquiry/feedback form, or your respective asatizah.
Be gracious and positive
While RS welcomes relevant and related discussions on our social media platforms, comments made must be meaningful, sensible and positive. Our social media sites aim to build an encouraging community of valuable and effective engagements from our audiences.
If any disagreements or differing opinions occur, we hope that the comments made are polite and respectful, without derogatory criticisms.
Comments that are vulgar, discriminatory, provocative or threatening will not be tolerated. Avoid any unnecessary conflicts and disagreements online and refrain from using any defamatory speech towards others.
RS reserves the right to remove comments or block users whose comments violate the code of conduct.
Students will need to deposit $500 to the school before the start of school as a guarantor that the student will complete the full course of study. However, students who opt for the yearly payment plan will only need to deposit $250. Read the full explanation below.
Deposit for Monthly Payment Plan
Students who opt for the monthly payment plan will need to deposit $500 which will be returned to them after they complete the full course.
If a student withdraws from the course before completing the whole course of 2 years, the guarantor will not be refunded.
Deposit for Yearly Payment Plan
Students who opt for the yearly payment plan will need to deposit $250, which will later be used to offset the remaining of their yearly program fees on their second year of study.
Should a student later opt for the monthly payment plan instead on his/her second year of study, the deposit will not and cannot be used to offset any of the monthly program fees and it will only be returned to the student after he/she completes the course.
If a student withdraws from the course at any point of study, the guarantor of $500 applies to the student and will not be refunded. The remaining of his/her monthly school fees will be refunded wherever applicable. Refer to the payment policy for more information.