Committee for Private Education (CPE)
In alignment with the Private Education Act 2009, a Committee for Private Education (CPE) has been established in Singapore to regulate the private education sector. All Private Education Institutes (PEIs) are required to comply with the regulations under the Act in order to operate.
Brighton College (Singapore) is registered as a Private Education Institute by the Committee for Private Education. CPE Registration Number201904884D, registration period 14 October 2019 to 13 October 2023.
For more details about the EduTrust Certification Scheme or Private Education in Singapore, please visit the website of the Committee for Private Education (CPE) at www.cpe.gov.sg
Brighton College (Singapore) is required to execute a Contract with every pupil prior to being enrolled in the school. As our pupils are under 18 years of age, a parent or legal guardian is required to execute the Contract on behalf of the pupil.
The Brighton College (Singapore) Student Contract is an important legal agreement between the College and you, the parent or guardian. Your child cannot start at Brighton College (Singapore) until you return a duly-executed Contract and Advisory Note (Form 12) to the school.
You should sign this Contract only if you fully understand and are satisfied with all of its terms and conditions. If you have any doubts about the contents of the Contract, you should seek advice and clarification before signing. Detailed sections within the Student Contract include course information and fees, refund policy, fee protection scheme, medical insurance scheme and additional information relating to the governing law and dispute resolution.
Sample contracts for the 2020 / 2021 school year can be viewed via the year-level links below:
Terms and Conditions
The Brighton College Terms and Conditions, as referenced in our Student Contact, can be viewed here.
Please click here to see a list of registered classrooms and facilities.
Please click here to see a list of our registered course modules.
The Committee for Private Education (CPE) protects course fees paid by students in the form of fee collection caps and fee protection schemes.
Fee Collection Caps
Fee collection caps limit the amount of course fees that PEIs are allowed to collect at any one time. It minimises the impact on students in the event that a PEI is unable to continue operating.
PEIs that subscribe to the Industry-Wide Course fee insurance scheme (IWC) with a CPE-appointed insurer are allowed to collect up to six months of course fees at any one time.
Click here to view the IWC certificate for Brighton College (Singapore)