The PSEA Scheme is administered by the Ministry of Education (MOE) and open to all eligible Singaporeans.
The PSEA Scheme allows students to utilise their siblings’ PSEA funds, up to a maximum of three siblings. Consent for withdrawal of siblings’ PSEA funds must be sought for siblings above 21 years old and parents’ authorisation of usage is required if siblings are below 21 years old.
Note: Undergraduates who are reading the Concurrent Degree Programmes may be eligible for the scheme once they are charged graduate tuition fee. Please check your eligibility here.
What can the PSEA Funds be used for?
From Academic Year (AY) 2008/09, funds from the PSEA can be used for tuition fees (inclusive of mandatory miscellaneous fees / miscellaneous student fees), University Town College Programme and University Scholars Programme college (accommodation and meal) fees as well as enrichment programmes approved and endorsed by the University.
Students may call the PSEA enquiry line to check whether there are sufficient funds in their PSEA before submitting the Standing Order or the Ad Hoc Withdrawal Form. The full balance in PSEA will be deducted if it is insufficient to cover the withdrawal amount indicated on the Ad Hoc Withdrawal Form or the full tuition & miscellaneous fees if a Standing Order form is submitted. A statement from MOE will be sent to the account holder if there are any transactions in his/her PSEA in the previous month.
For more information or further enquiries on the PSEA Scheme, please visit our FAQ Section or refer to MOE’s website or contact MOE’s PSEA Scheme Section at:
PSEA enquiry line: 62600777
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Undergraduate students reading the iBLOC and Special Term modules
Students who wish to utilise their PSEA funds for payment of tuition and/or mandatory miscellaneous fees should apply using the Ad Hoc Withdrawal Form found below. For students reading the iBLOC modules, specifically Returning Full-Time National Servicemen (RNS), application is open from 1 to 8 March 2019.
We advise students to pay for their outstanding fees first before the deadline for payment of tuition fees even after they have submitted the PSEA application to avoid any late payment penalty. Any excess payment resulting from PSEA funds will remain as a credit balance in your Student Account. This will be used to offset fees payable in the next semester. If there is still an excess balance in your Student Account in the last semester of your study, the amount will be automatically refunded to your credit bank account. If you wish to get a refund for the excess payment made before the last semester of your semester, please write in to email@example.com. To facilitate the refund, please update your "Credit Bank Account" via Education Records System (EduRec) (see FAQs on GIRO Payment).
For students reading the Special Terms, re-application is required and the application period can be found below.