|Notification of Withdrawal of Studies|
|Students who do not plan to continue their studies at the University should submit the withdrawal notification via AIMS. Upon receipt of the withdrawal notification, the Academic Regulations and Records Office will send an email acknowledgement to the student.|
|Steps of Notifying Withdrawal of Study via AIMS:|
An email will be sent to the student to acknowledge receipt of the notification.
|Effecting the Withdrawal of Studies|
|Withdrawal will normally take effect from the date of submission of the notification as recorded in AIMS. However, notification submitted during or after the examination period will take effect only from the following semester.|
|Fees Chargeable for Withdrawal of Studies|
Students are not liable for the tuition fee of the semester/term if the withdrawal notification is submitted up to the end of Week 2.
For new students, the acceptance fee paid at the time of admission will not be refunded under any circumstances.
|Settling Matters with the University upon Withdrawal|
|Students are required to settle the following matters within 10 working days upon notification of withdrawal:|
|Unpaid Tuition Fees|
|Students who have withdrawn from studies but still have outstanding fees in their student accounts will be flagged in the student record system as debtors. The graduation fee will not be refunded. These students will be required to clear the amount when seeking admission/re-admission to the University in future.|
|Informing the SFO|
|If you are an applicant of Tertiary Student Finance Scheme - Publicity-funded Programmes or Financial Assistance Scheme for Post-secondary Students and/or Non-means-tested Loan Scheme in the current academic year, you should notify the Student Financial Office (SFO) about your withdrawal of studies immediately in writing. The SFO will review your application and adjust your entitlements of financial assistance, if necessary. In the event that there is overpayment of financial assistance, you are required to refund the amount overpaid immediately upon demand.|