Private Education Institution

PE Act Private Education Act
(PE Act) – Please refer to CPE website:

Refund Policy
Where a student withdraws from the course for any reason, the student shall be refunded subject to the following refund policy:

% of fees refunded

A refund of 25% of the first semester fee paid in full before 24 July 2020, 5pm

Condition: If a student withdrawal notice is received by 24 July 2020, 5pm

0% refund

Condition: If a student withdrawal notice is received after 24 July 2020, 5pm 

Materials to be returned in good condition – no deduction

Condition: If a student withdrawal notice is received after 24 July 2020, 5pm 

Materials not returned; or returned in damage state – A charge of S$428 (inclusive of 7% GST) per module will be levied

Condition: Withdrawal from programme after receipt of course materials before course commencement

Manchester Worldwide (S.E. Asia) reserves the right to change the courses’ schedule, venue and lecturers should the circumstances so require and students will be kept informed via email, phone call or SMS. No refunds will be available under such circumstances.

Industry-Wide Course Fee Protection Insurance Policy (IWC)
The Manchester Worldwide (S.E. Asia) has in place an Industry-wide Course Fee Protection Insurance Policy (IWC) to protect the paid fees of students residing in Singapore, renewable on an annual basis. The IWC serves to protect the student’s fees in the event that the PEI is unable to continue operations due to insolvency, and/or regulatory closure. In addition, the IWC protects the student if the PEI fails to pay penalties or return fees to the student arising from judgments made against it by the Singapore courts.

Manchester Worldwide (S.E. Asia) has appointed Lonpac Insurance Bhd as our IWC insurance provider. Under the IWC insurance scheme, students’ fees are insured by Lonpac Insurance Bhd. In case of events as stated above, students will be able to claim their paid fees from Lonpac Insurance Bhd.

Standard Student Contract
The Standard Student Contract provided by Manchester Worldwide Institute of Higher Education (South East Asia) Pte. Ltd. is a legally binding contract between the school and the student that embodies the following mandatory requirements:

  • Full disclosure of all costs for tuition/non-tuition fees
  • Clear definition of refund policies covering
  • Clear definition of course details – course title, pre-requisites, qualification awarded, course duration, withdrawals

Standard Student Contract is compulsory to every student attending courses at Manchester Worldwide Institute of Higher Education (South East Asia).

Manchester Worldwide (S.E. Asia) Premises

Manchester Worldwide (S.E. Asia) in Singapore provides students with a functional and conducive environment to assist in their studies.

Two Classrooms – Classrooms situated onsite where workshops are conducted. The dimension for the classrooms are:

  • Floor space – 106.60m² and 91.5m²
  • Max Capacity – 71 and 61 students respectively
  • Teacher – Students Ratio – 1 : 35 students

Facilities – The facilities available at Manchester Worldwide (S.E. Asia) are:

  • Classrooms
  • Resource Library
  • Four break-out rooms
  • Student Lounge

Equipment – The equipment available at Manchester Worldwide (S.E. Asia) are:

  • Wifi available
  • LCD Projector

Manchester Worldwide (S.E. Asia) – Structure

Manchester Worldwide (S.E. Asia) has the following necessary structures in place.

Name of Managers

  • Mr Stephen Benedict Dauncey
  • Mr Richard James Michael Cotton
  • Ms Lim Bee Ing
  • Lim I-An Christopher Jr

Examination Board

  • Prof Helen Elaine Penelope Ferneley (Director, University of Manchester Worldwide)
  • Ms Lim Bee Ing (Director, South East Asia Centre)
  • Ms Teo Poh Lin (Centre Manager, South East Asia Centre)

Teachers & Qualifications

CPE Registration Number: 201022477R
Period: 28 September 2016 – 27 September 2020