The admission information provides comprehensive guidance to applying to study at Stanfort Faculty of Music. Please select the correct category and follow the step by step guide to the application process.
The application is separated into 2 categories:
- Application for Singaporean/Singapore Permanent residence (Non-Student Pass Application); or
- Application for International Student (With Student Pass Application)
Application & Enrolment Schedule
There are 3 intakes annually
|1st-trimester intake||31st October|
|2nd-trimester intake||28th February|
|3rd-trimester intake||30th June|
Course Commencement Dates
(First Monday of the month)
May (First Monday of the month)
|3rd-trimester commencement||September (First Monday of the month)|
You may download the application forms here:
|Age||Minimum 15 years old|
|Academic||Minimum complete Junior Middle School/Grade 9/Singapore GCE N’Level|
|English competency||Pass in GCE N’Level English, IELTS 3 – 3.5, TOEFL 0 – 31; OR obtain at least 50% marks in Stanfort Academy English Language Placement Test|
|Others||Any candidate who does not meet the minimum requirement is required to attend to placement test administered by the faculty for further assessment.|
|Age||Minimum 16 years old|
|Academic||Foundation Diploma of Music & Creative Arts; Completed Grade 10 (international student, China, Indonesia, and equivalent)/Local student completed and pass Singapore GCE O’ Level|
|English competency||Local student pass minimum pass GCE O’ level; IELTS 4.0-4.5 or TOEFL 31 – 34; OR obtain at least 50% pass in Stanfort Academy English Proficiency Test|
|Others||Selection of student is by audition. Student who does not meet the minimum requirement for music may be required to study additional module at the foundation diploma. Any candidate who does not meet the minimum requirement is required to attend to placement test administered by the faculty for further assessment.|
|Age||Minimum 17 years old|
|Academic||Diploma of Music & Creative Arts; Minimum completed a minimum of a diploma in any discipline, progression from the Diploma of Music & Creative Arts|
|English competency||English competency: Local student pass minimum pass GCE O’ Level; OR obtain at least 60% in Stanfort Academy English Proficiency Test|
Interview from the senior academic member of the academy.
Mature working candidate with at least more than 5 years of working experience
Audition & Interview
How to Apply
For Singapore/Singapore Permanent Residence
Student can proceed with the application by downloading the Student Application Form (Click here) available at the footer of the official music faculty website at www.stanfort-facultyofmusic.edu.sg. Upon completion of the application form, student may proceed to submit the application by email to email@example.com complete with the necessary supporting documents as listed below:
- A copy of NRIC/Passport;
- A copy of academic certificate/result slip/transcript i.e. N/O’ level examination or any equivalent national examination result slip/transcript;
- A copy of relevant music-related certificates i.e. performance/practical/theory exam from internationally recognised examination boards;
- Photographs (one passport-sized photo and one artistically taken photo from performances or smart casual); and
- Any other relevant documents needed to support the application if necessary requested by the school.
Short-listed candidates will receive an email with the instructions to proceed with the audition and interview. Student is required to submit the list of repertoires which will be performed during the audition by replying to the email. A return audition confirmation email indicating the date, time and venue will be sent to the student.
- Advisory Notes
Student will be advised to read the Advisory Notes prior to signing the Standard Student Contract. The Advisory Notes highlight the key areas of information in the Student Contract. Students need to sign the Advisory Notes to acknowledge that they understand the contents of the Contract. If a student is below 18 years of age, the Advisory Notes will be signed by a parent or guardian.
- Standard Student Contract
To comply with the requirements of the Committee of Private Education (CPE), all local & international students enrolling in private education institution (PEI) in Singapore are required to sign a Standard Student Contract (Version 3.1) which stipulates:
Section 1) Course information and fees,
Section 2) Refund Policy,
Section 3) Additional Information,
Schedule A) Course Details
Schedule B) Course fees
Schedule C) Miscellaneous fees
Schedule D) Refund TableThe CPE requires all private schools and their students to sign a student contract for any course that is longer than two months. The student contract sets out the contractual commitments of both the student and the private school. Once signed, both parties will be contractually bound to the agreed terms and conditions stated in the document.For example, if the refund policy in your student contract states that there will be no refund of course fees once the courses have started, you will not be entitled to any refund even if you have not attended any lessons.The student contract also contains other key mutual obligations of the private school and the student on matters such as course details and payment terms. It is hence critical that you read and understand the terms and conditions carefully before signing and committing yourself to the contract. Do not sign the student contract if you do not agree with the terms or if the terms are different from what the agent or the school have told you. Clarify with the school.
Retain a copy of the signed student contract as well as all receipts issued by the school as these may serve as documentary proof in the event of a dispute.
If necessary, you can request the school for clarification or the translation of contract in your native language (i.e. in Chinese, in India, in Myanmar, or Vietnam). The school will arrange staff to explain using your native language. Students can also view and access sample copies of the contract at CPE website: Advisory Note and Student Contract. The school will also give an original copy of the contract to the student as it can be presented as a legal document in the event of disagreement.
The student’s guardian will also sign the contract if the student is below the age of 18. The authorized signatory will sign the contract on behalf of the College.
Student Application Process
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