International & Local Students

ERCI accepts the following payment methods:

  • Cash
  • Cheque (please make the cheque payable to “ERC Institute Pte Ltd”)
  • Credit Card
  • Telegraphic Transfer
  • Bank Draft
  • Cashier’s Order
  • Payment from Overseas (via Flywire)

An official receipt for any and all payments made to ERCI will be provided to all our customers. Should we fail to provide you with a receipt for any payment, please email enquiry@erci.edu.sg or call 6349 2727 to request for one.

Domestic Payments

For payments by cheque, please make payable to ERC Institute Pte. Ltd.

For other payment methods, please refer to the following details:

Account Name: ERC Institute Pte Ltd
Account Number: 0279082895 (SGD)
Bank Code: 7171
Branch Code: 027
Bank Address: 12 Marina Boulevard DBS Asia Central, Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3, Singapore 018982

Currency accepted: Singapore Dollars (SGD)

Mode of payment accepted: Cash, Cheque, Cashiers Orders, Credit Card, Bank Draft

International Payments

ERC institute has partnered with Flywire to accept payments from international students worldwide. Easily and securely make education payments in your own currency, using local payment methods from the safety and convenience of your home. With real-time tracking and 24×7 multilingual support, millions of students and families around the world trust Flywire for payment processing.

With Flywire, you can pay online from accounts in your home country and currency, for most of the world. Use Flywire to:

  • Pay from your home country in your home currency for most countries. Flywire is secure, safe, and fully trusted by your university.
  • Use payment methods like bank transfer, credit card, and e-wallet (Alipay, PayPal), all available online from your home
  • Competitive foreign exchange rates and no hidden fees with a Best Price Guarantee for bank transfers in your currency.
  • Track your payment anytime via the web, Flywire mobile app, or by contacting Flywire Flywire multilingual customer support is available around the clock by phone, live chat, email, and more.

To make your payment, simply go to erci.flywire.com or click the button below.

For International Students

Step 1: Complete the application form* for the programme applied for and send to ERCI with:

  • 3 recent passport size photographs
  • Local bank draft for application fee
  • 1 original copy of completed and duly signed Application Form
  • Photocopies of English Language Test/ IELTS/ TOEFL results (if applicable)
  • Photocopy of birth certificate (if not English, properly translated and certified/ notarised)
  • Photocopies of highest educational certificates and transcripts (if not English, properly translated and certified)
  • Any other supporting documents which may facilitate the application (e.g. Curriculum Vitae, appointment letters, referrals, and work testimonials; if not in English, properly translated and notarised)

Step 2: Sign the Standard PEI-Student Contract* between the student and ERCI (provided by ERCI) after accepting the offer for the programme applied for.

Step 3: Download and fill up the Singapore Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) forms* for Student Pass Application::

  • Application for a Student Pass (eForm 16)
    1. Part A: Particulars
    2. Part B: Declaration
    3. Both copies must be duly completed and signed by applicant
  • Additional Information on Applicant (eForm V36)
  • Information on school (eForm V36)

For more information about the Singapore Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA), please visit http://www.ica.gov.sg

Step 4: Send the original copies of the completed and duly signed ICA forms to ERCI** with:

  1. 3 recent passport size photographs
  2. Photocopy of passport identity page
  3. Employment letter of Applicant’s
  4. Documentary proof of financial ability in the form of official bank statements / fixed deposit accounts / saving accounts
  5. Employment letter of parents. (printed on companies’ letterhead, stating designation, salary and duration of work with the company)
  6. Employment letters of the Applicant (if any; printed on companies’ letterhead, stating designation, salary and duration of work with the company)

Step 5: ERCI** would inform the student on approval of the Single-Journey Entry Visa by ICA. (The average application period of a student visa is from 2 to 4 working weeks subject to the documents being complete.)

Step 6:

Domestic and International Payment of Course Fees can be made with various payment options. You can refer to “Payment Methods and Payable Account Details”  tab for more details.

ERC has partnered with Flywire to accept payments from international students worldwide. Easily and securely make your payment in your home currency, with local payment methods, real-time tracking and 24×7 multilingual support.

Visit erci.flywire.com to make an overseas payment.

Step 7: ERCI** will in turn forward the Single-Journey Entry Visa to the student so that the student can make travel arrangements to Singapore for course commencement. Students should, whenever possible, reach Singapore at least 1 week before the commencement date of the programme.

Step 8: In accordance with ICA requirements, all international students must go through medical check-up at designated clinics by the centre within two weeks of arriving in Singapore. The medical results can typically be collected within 5 working days. The cost for the medical check-up ranges from S$50 to S$80 and must be borne by the student.

Step 9: Student may have their Single-Journey Entry Visa converted to Student Pass and Multi-Journey Pass at ICA after obtaining their medical check-up results. Upon ICA approval, all students are required to pay a student pass fee amounting to SGD$ 120.00 to ERC Institute.

Please contact us at enquiry@erci.edu.sg for any clarifications.

*Please refer to the following tab for the forms necessary to make an application: https://erci.edu.sg/study-here/student-administration/

**Or an authorised International Education Representative if you applied through an agent.


For Local Students

To apply, please submit the following documents:

  • Completed Application Form
  • 2 recent passport sized coloured photographs
  • Copy of NRIC (front & back)
  • Copy of all educational certificates and transcripts
  • Copy of Medical Insurance (if you have existing medical insurance coverage)
  • Please provide evidence of work experience if you are applying as a matured candidate, or if you are applying for a Masters programme.
  • Non-refundable Application Fee of S$150.00 (subject to prevailing GST rates). Payment may be made via cash, telegraphic transfer, bank draft or credit card at ERCI Campus, or via cheque made payable to “ERC Institute Pte Ltd”.

Submit your application to:

ERC Institute

229 Mountbatten Road, Mountbatten Square, #01-30 Singapore 398007

All applications should reach ERCI no later than 2 months prior to the commencement date.

Please refer to the following tab for the forms necessary to make an application: https://erci.edu.sg/study-here/student-administration/

*For local students only 

You can now fulfill your education dreams and goals through financial aids and flexible payment systems with specially arranged payment schemes with our privilege banking.

Education Loans:

POSB Study Assist:

  • Competitive interest rate of 5.88% per annum
  • Loan up to 6 times your monthly income
  • Up to 60 months hassle-free repayment
  • Peace of mind with fixed interest.
  • No cost for request of subsequent cheques
  • Qualifying age from 17 years old
  • Qualifying income at
  • S$12,000 p.a. for applicant and
  • S$18,000 p.a. for guarantor
  • No prepayment penalty

For more information kindly contact the below

POSB Study AssistCall : 1800 3396 666
Email : personalloans@dbs.com
Or visit any of POSB branches


  • Low interest rates of 4.88% per annum* for your local or overseas studies
  • High loan amount of up to 6 times* your monthly income or S$100,000, whichever is lower
  • Easy repayment period of up to 10 years
  • Free personal accident insurance coverage of up to 10 years
  • Students can choose from 3 flexible repayment options:
  • Standard Repayment – basic scheme where you pay your monthly installments (principal and interest) once your loan is disbursed.
  • Graduated Repayment – pay only interest for the loan disbursed until completion of your study, monthly installments will commence thereafter.
  • Deferred Repayment (for full time local study only) – pay your monthly installments only after completion of your study, no payment is required during your study period.

For more information kindly contact the below

RHB Education LoanCall : 1800 3230 100 or 9821 0100
Email : rhbs.contactus@rhbgroup.com
Or visit any of RHB branches

Credit Card:

Interest-Free Installment Payment Schemes
Applicants can now enjoy interest-free installment payment schemes of between 6 and 12 months on the following credit cards. Simply present your credit card when making payment at ERCI Campus, and ask for the interest-free installment payment scheme.

Maybank Credit Cards: Choose from 6 or 12 month interest-free installment payment scheme

Click here to view the Academic Calendar

Students should ensure that they find out as much about the school as they possibly can before enrolling into the school of their choice. ERCI Education Consultants are committed to providing as much information about the Institute and the courses offered. As part of the Pre-Course Counselling process, ERCI Education Consultants are committed to providing minimally the following information:

  1. School details, including but not limited to school’s location, how to locate the school, opening and closing hours, facilities, nearby amenities and any other such related information.
  2. Course details, including but not limited to various modules to study, total number of modules, course outline, course duration, class schedule, timing of classes and assessment schedules.
  3. Admission eligibility, including but not limited to minimum entry requirement and English Language proficiency for the various courses offered by the Institute, and the criteria for being able to apply for exemptions.
  4. Course fees, including but not limited to total course fees, deferment and withdrawal fees, examination fees, course materials fees, FPS and insurance fees and any other miscellaneous fees.
  5. Special promotions and scholarships, including but not limited to various promotions, amount of scholarship, eligibility for promotions and scholarships, how to claim for promotions, disbursement of scholarships, and any other special conditions that may affect the prospects ability to claim the promotion or scholarship.
  6. Payment methods, including but not limited to information pertaining to payment modes, payment schedule and installment plans available.
  7. Certification upon graduation, including but not limited to the type of certification that will be awarded after graduation and awarding and accreditation bodies.
  8. Prospects after graduation, including but not limited to the various educational pathways that are available for further studies in the Institute and with other education providers, and employment opportunities in the different industries.
  9. Student Contract details, including but not limited to rules and regulations that bind both student and Institute, withdrawal and transfer policies and related fees, refund policy and its related fees.
  10. Application details, including but not limited to the documents required to be submitted by the prospect for entry eligibility assessment, timeline for application assessment, and application procedures.
  11. Student Services Administration, including but not limited to information pertaining to Programme Managers administrating the various programmes, and where and how they can be contacted pertaining to whichever applicable issue.

All PEIs in Singapore are required to be registered with the Committee of Private Education. This ensures that the PEI meets certain set requirements in the areas of corporate governance, quality of provision, and information transparency. ERCI was effectively registered with CPE under the Enhanced Registration Framework on the 20th of May 2010. For more information, click here.

PEIs in Singapore are permitted to award certificates up to the Advanced Diploma level in their own name. University degrees should be awarded via partnerships with bona fide universities. All courses will have to be registered with CPE. For more information on ERCI courses registered with CPE, click here.

Students should be aware that recognition of certificates from PEIs, as well as degrees awarded by partner universities, for the purpose of employment or higher education, is entirely at the discretion of potential employers or institutes of higher learning.

Students should ensure that the PEI they enroll in is an active participant in the Fee Protection Scheme, i.e. the course fees that the student pays to the Institute has to be protected via insurance by a CPE-approved insurance provider. ERCI protects its students’ course fees via insurance provided by Lonpac Insurance Bhd. The insurance will be purchased within seven (7) working days of collection of course fees.

Students can continue to use the documents that have been issued by our appointed FPS provider (Lonpac Insurance Bhd)., such as certificates of insurance, to check on their fee protection status.

Please click here for a copy of the FPS Certificate.

Fee Protection Company: Lonpac Insurance BHD
Policy Number: Z/21/BM00/000991
Period of Insurance: 17 December 2021 to 16 December 2023

ERCI must purchase medical insurance coverage for all its full-time students to cover them for hospitalisation and related medical treatment throughout their course duration.

The following students can choose to opt out of the medical insurance scheme if they can show that they are already covered by their own medical insurance*:

– Singapore citizens, permanent residents and international students not on the Student’s Pass, and
– Students under corporate sponsorship / agreement signed between the PEI and sponsor organisation.

*The minimum features for medical insurance are: (a) annual limit not less than S$20,000.00 per student; (b) at least B2 ward (in government and restructured hospitals); and (c) 24 hours coverage in Singapore and overseas (if student is involved in school-related activities).

Medical insurance is not applicable to part-time students and students taking courses with a duration of not more than one month or 50 hours.

Please click here for a copy of the the Medical Insurance Certificate.

Insurance Company: Income Insurance Limited
Policy Number: 4000144734-02
Period of Insurance: 01 February 2022 and 31 January 2023

All PEIs should ensure that enrolled students taking a course that is longer than the duration of one (1) month sign a CPE-approved PEI-Student Contract.

Please refer to the following tab for a sample copy of the Standard PEI-Student Contract https://erci.edu.sg/study-here/student-administration

ERCI has appointed International Recruitment Agents from various countries. Prospective students who are interested in applying for admission to ERCI and who require the assistance of our International Education Representatives may approach our appointed agents.

ERCI would like to advise prospective students against going to unapproved agents as these agents will not be recognised by ERCI.

ERCI takes a serious view of any fraudulent or misleading information provided by unauthorised agents and reserves all its legal rights. ERCI will neither acknowledge nor honour transactions led by unauthorised agents.

Click here to download the list of International Recruitment Agents approved by ERCI.

Singapore is a dynamic city rich in contrast and colour where you will find a harmonious blend of culture, cuisine, arts and architecture. A bridge between the East and the West for centuries, Singapore, located in the heart of Southeast Asia, continues to embrace tradition and modernity today. The city is brimming with unbridled energy and bursting with exciting events from arts and culture to lifestyle and fashion. With its friendly and welcoming people, state-of-the-art infrastructure and something new happening every day, the city offers countless unique and memorable experiences.

Facts and Figures

Size of Singapore719.9 sq km
Population5.6 million 
PeopleConsists of Chinese, Malay, Indian and Eurasian ethnicities, as well as a cosmopolitan mix of other nationalities.
WeatherWarm and humid all-year round with rainy seasons in the months of November to January.
Places to eatLocal hawker food and international cuisine can be found in hawker centres, food courts,   cafes and restaurants. Locals typically patronize hawker centres and food courts for meals at economical prices.

Airport Reception

Most airlines fly into Singapore’s Changi International Airport, one of the busiest airports in the world. The best way to get from the airport to the city (20km/12 minutes away) is by Mass Rapid Transport (MRT) Subway, but there is also a wide choice of public buses and taxi services. Please have your passport and approval letter from the Immigration Checkpoints Authority ready when you pass through the customs.  


Students are advised to make their own arrangements prior to arriving in Singapore but temporary accommodation can be arranged while you find something more suitable for the remainder of your stay here in Singapore. Lodging is relatively easy to find in Singapore and we will provide our expert local opinions and recommendations to ensure you are nicely settled in. Hostels These hostel accommodations specially cater to the needs of International students for them to live in a cozy environment conducive to their learning needs. These hostels are located near to ERCI and are equipped with many new and exciting facilities consisting of cafes, recreational corners, sports facilities and Internet access.  

HostelContact DetailsRates
Vita Hostel50 Carlis Road, Singapore 219650Click here
Tel: +65 6293 6681 Fax: +65 6292 3381
Contact: Ms Joyce Sim
ETON Hall1 C Russels Road, Alexandra Park, Singapore 118281Click here
Tel: +65 6272 1201 HP: +65 9109 2796
Email: Etonhall@singnet.com.sg
Contact: Jammy Cai
CSL Hostel1A Short Street, Singapore 188210Click here
Tel: +65 6238 6339 Fax: +65 6238 1178
Novena Hall78 Glistead Road, Singapore 309116Click here
Tel: +65 6352 0580 Fax: +65 6325 0596
A-Star International Hostel292A Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427544Click here
Tel: +65 6348 1432 Fax: +65 6348 1243
Contact: Mr John Tan
EVO House Services60 Paya Lebar Road #11-19, Paya Lebar Square Building, Singapore 409051Click here
Tel: +65 6492 9982 Fax: +65 6384 6107
Contact: Mr Paul

Co-sharing of apartments
Students can choose to co-rent a 2 or 3-room flat or an apartment. The estimated rental for a room varies from $350 – $650, depending on whether it is a public or private apartment. Public housing refers to Housing Development Board (HDB) flats and each housing estate is designed to be a self-contained neighbourhood served by supermarkets, food centres, clinics, schools, libraries and shopping malls. Private housing would normally be in condominiums with luxurious facilities like swimming pool, tennis courts and 24-hour security patrol. Be it public or private housing, the rental depends on the size, condition and location of the apartment. Other determining factors include amenities (laundry, cooking facilities, telephone, electricity, water) and flat furnishings.  

Public Transportation

Public BusesS$0.71 – S$2.10
Mass Rapid Transport (MRT) subwayS$0.71 – S$2.10
TaxiMeter starts at S$3.00 (Surcharges may apply)

Law and Order

Smoking is not permitted in all public indoor places and most outdoor places, unless otherwise mentioned. Smoking is also not permitted at all nightspots unless within approved smoking zones. Offenders can be fined up to SDG$1,000.00 In addition, smokers who dispose their cigarette butts indiscriminately will be fined SGD$200.00.

Chewing Gum
Chewing gum is not allowed to be brought into Singapore or to be consumed, except for gum that serves a medical purpose, e.g. dental-health gums and nicotine gum. Offenders can be fined from SGD$500 – SGD$1,000.

Spitting and Littering
Spitting and littering in Singapore is an offence, and carries a fine of SGD$200.00 per offence.

Drug Abuse and Trafficking
Drug abuse is viewed seriously in Singapore. Illicit trafficking of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances is strictly prohibited. Offenders will be sentenced to a long jail term or even death if caught possessing more than 15g of heroin.

Ms. Yen Ong
CEO, ERC Institute

Yen has a proven track record in various key business development & marketing roles involving evolution and change management. Her pilot roles in various media organisations of Cable TV (Singapore Cable Vision), Regional TV (MTV), Internet Advertising (China.com) and Digital Music (Soundbuzz & Motorola) at their nascent stages is a testimonial of her experience and expertise of driving businesses whilst embracing new technology. Her acumen and passion are evidenced in multiple “first to market” products and projects she has been involved in cutting across from media to digital products. Always pushing the concept of creative solutionism while building strong relationships with customers has translated to dynamic growth for the various companies. Being an ardent believer in change management to stay on top of ever changing economies, her current role as Chief Executive Officer of ERC Institute sees interesting forays leveraged on her experience.


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