Singapore Management University Product Management (2022)

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What Will This Programme Do For You?

  • Develop the product mindset needed to bring viable products or services to market.
  • Define the problem a product will solve while mapping the customer’s journey; articulate user personas.
  • Use design thinking to generate innovative ideas and solutions to design problems.
  • Analyse strategies and frameworks for developing, marketing and selling a product.
  • Evaluate product road mapping and prototyping decisions using various product management techniques and practices.
  • Outline a plan to create a competitive, scalable product using key product development strategies and frameworks.

Programme Highlights

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140 Video Lectures

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50+ Industry Examples

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24 Assignments

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8 Discussion Boards

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2 Industry Practice Tools

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2 Case Studies

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1 Capstone Project

Programme Modules

The programme comprises 8 modules. Each module is led by an SMU faculty expert with field experience specific to the Product Management topics being discussed.

Module 1:

Product Development in the Digital Age

Examine the causes of disruption for products and businesses, the various stages of digital production development and the platform models and strategies for creating network value.​

Module 2:

Product Portfolio Strategy

Identify the key elements of a product portfolio, product portfolio strategies for firms and products with effective resource allocations.

Module 3:

Designing Customer-Centric Products & Design Thinking

Analyse business-customer persona using design thinking approach, design and evaluate diverse strategies to conceptualise and generate relevant solutions to design problems. Examine the importance of prototyping and testing during the design thinking process.

Module 4:

Product Opportunity Gap & Minimum Viable Product

Identify the product opportunity gaps for business growth. Outline a firms innovation strategy using product innovation charter & describe a minimum viable product while you distinguish it from a business proposal.

Module 5:

Product Management Method: Lean & Agile Product Development

Describe and compare the traditional and novel product development processes. Examine the implementation of lean and agile business methodology in an organisation. Outline a product development plan with a combination of design thinking, lean development and agile methodology.

Module 6:

Pricing Strategies & Business Models

Outline a plan to create an effective business model and pricing strategy for a product or service. Discuss the significance of value-based pricing for a product. Examine the new business models.

Module 7:

Positioning & Planning

Analyse elements of a product and develop its positioning strategy. Examine the positioning strategy of a product focusing on value proposition and the target segment of customers. Recognise the product attributes that influence consumer purchasing decisions.

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Module 8:

Launching & Managing Product Life Cycle Using Data

Describe the concept of PLC with and related guidelines. Explain the growth maturity and decline considerations of PLC. Identify the stage of PLC and steps an organisation need to take in each stage to be successful.

Module 1:

Product Development in the Digital Age

Examine the causes of disruption for products and businesses, the various stages of digital production development and the platform models and strategies for creating network value.​

Module 5:

Product Management Method: Lean & Agile Product Development

Describe and compare the traditional and novel product development processes. Examine the implementation of lean and agile business methodology in an organisation. Outline a product development plan with a combination of design thinking, lean development and agile methodology.

Module 2:

Product Portfolio Strategy

Identify the key elements of a product portfolio, product portfolio strategies for firms and products with effective resource allocations.

Module 6:

Pricing Strategies & Business Models

Outline a plan to create an effective business model and pricing strategy for a product or service. Discuss the significance of value-based pricing for a product. Examine the new business models.

Module 3:

Designing Customer-Centric Products & Design Thinking

Analyse business-customer persona using design thinking approach, design and evaluate diverse strategies to conceptualise and generate relevant solutions to design problems. Examine the importance of prototyping and testing during the design thinking process.

Module 7:

Positioning & Planning

Analyse elements of a product and develop its positioning strategy. Examine the positioning strategy of a product focusing on value proposition and the target segment of customers. Recognise the product attributes that influence consumer purchasing decisions.

Module 4:

Product Opportunity Gap & Minimum Viable Product

Identify the product opportunity gaps for business growth. Outline a firms innovation strategy using product innovation charter & describe a minimum viable product while you distinguish it from a business proposal.

Module 8:

Launching & Managing Product Life Cycle Using Data

Describe the concept of PLC with and related guidelines. Explain the growth maturity and decline considerations of PLC. Identify the stage of PLC and steps an organisation need to take in each stage to be successful.

Capstone Project

Further develop your product management experience and portfolio.

This in-depth Capstone Project will challenge you to apply the skills and techniques gained in Week 3 to Week 7 to a real-world product development scenario.

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Industry Examples

Through real-world examples from multiple industries, you'll see how the theories are put into practice.

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Apple

Learn about the launch of disruptive products like iPad and Apple Watch.

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Netflix

Understand the story of Netflix and how product development took place based on customer needs.

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Amazon

Learn about the evolution of Amazon’s business model.

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Rolex

Analyse the value proposition of Rolex and how it’s business model fits.

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Mercedes

Examine how Mercedes used design thinking to adapt to specific customer needs.

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Tesla

Understand the sustaining innovation model with existing products at Tesla.

Other companies that are included as examples or as use cases in the program include Kodak, Nokia, Britannica, Blockbuster, Intel, Gillette, GoPro, Sony, Philips, Nike, Samsung etc.

Note: All brand, product and company names are trademarks™ or registered® trademarks of their respective holders. Use of them does not imply any affiliation with, endorsement by, or association of any kind between them and programme owners.

Industry Practice Tools

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Jira

Jira Software is part of a family of products designed to help teams of all types manage work.

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Asana

Asana is a web and mobile work management platform designed to help teams organize, track, and manage their work.

Note: All brand, product and company names are trademarks™ or registered® trademarks of their respective holders. Use of them does not imply any affiliation with, endorsement by, or association of any kind between them and programme owners.

Case Studies

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Growth Hacking with Adobe Spark

Recent years have seen a rapid democratisation of premium design with user-friendly and intuitive tools. With a wide set of options available to the consumers and fierce competition between the providers, how can Adobe Spark strike the perfect balance between free and paid features? Moreover, how can they convert free users to paying ones?

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Road mapping and Prioritization

How can food ordering and delivery platforms cope with the shift in consumer preference for home cooked food and hygienic dining experiences in the post-covid era? Moreover, how can they connect the rising number of home chefs with consumers looking for healthy meals?

Note: All brand, product and company names are trademarks™ or registered® trademarks of their respective holders. Use of them does not imply any affiliation with, endorsement by, or association of any kind between them and programme owners.

Why Enrol in Product Management?

The success of a company hinges on the effectiveness of its product management process. Whether you’re looking to bring new products to market or improve upon existing ones, the product life cycle requires management and leadership in order for value to be delivered to customers. In fact, nearly 70% of product managers surveyed agreed that product management is a leadership role.

84%

of product managers and leaders surveyed said they are primarily accountable for product strategy.

SOURCE: ALPHA, 2020

57%

of product managers say that product management is established but still developing inside their organisation.

SOURCE: PRODUCT MANAGEMENT FESTIVAL, 2020

43%

of product managers say that they are seen as leaders and key differentiators inside their organisation.

SOURCE: PRODUCT MANAGEMENT FESTIVAL, 2020

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Programme Faculty

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Kapil R Tuli, PhD

Lee Kong Chian Professor of Marketing, Director, Retail Centre of Excellence Singapore Management University

Kapil R Tuli is Lee Kong Chian Professor of Marketing, Director, Retail Centre of Excellence at Singapore Management University. He has a PhD in Marketing from the Goizueta Business School at Emory University, a Masters... More info

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Shantanu Bhattacharya, PhD

Lee Kong Chian Professor of Operations Management; Deputy Dean (Programmes); Academic Director, PhD in Business (General Management)

Shantanu Bhattacharya is Professor of Operations Management at SMU. Prior to this, he was an Associate Professor of Technology and Operations Management at INSEAD from September... More info

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Markus Karner, PhD

Academic Director, Executive Development

Dr Karner teaches interdisciplinary courses that combine complexity theory, ecology, evolution, and strategy. He uses these tools to explore the functioning and evolution of complex adaptive systems through diversity, recombination, and creativity... More info

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Patrick Tan, PhD

Senior Lecturer of Strategic Management; Academic Director, ITI; Course Coordinator, ITI track

Dr Tan has more than 30 years of senior regional management experience in banks and insurance companies. He has held roles in regional and country general management, sales and business development... More info

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Srinivas K. Reddy, PhD

Professor of Marketing; Director, Centre for Marketing Excellence; Academic Director, LVMH-SMU Asia Luxury Brand Research Initiative

In addition to his current university role, Professor Reddy also served as the Associate Dean of General Management overseeing the MBA and the Executive MBA programmes. Previously... More info

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Kapil R Tuli, PhD

Lee Kong Chian Professor of Marketing, Director, Retail Centre of Excellence Singapore Management University

Kapil R Tuli is Lee Kong Chian Professor of Marketing, Director, Retail Centre of Excellence at Singapore Management University. He has a PhD in Marketing from the Goizueta Business School at Emory University, a Masters in Marketing & E-Commerce at Texas A&M University, a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration from NMIMS University (Mumbai), and a Bachelors in Chemistry from Mumbai University, India.

His areas of specialisation include Customer Centricity, Brand Management, Customer Satisfaction, Innovation & Digital Transformation. Over the years, Prof Tuli has engaged in designing and delivering executive education programmes, public speaking, and consulting engagements with a wide variety of firms such as, Visa, Tiffany & Co, Ikea, DFS, Johnson & Johnson, United Overseas Bank, Microsoft, Sembcorp Marine, Singapore Power, Singhealth, Civil Service College at Singapore, Zuellig Pharmaceuticals, Health Promotion Board, Public Utilities Board, Urban Regulatory Authority, and Prysmian Inc.

Currently, Prof Tuli teaches Marketing Management to MBA students and Managing Service Innovations to the Masters in Innovation Students. In addition, Prof Tuli also teaches Marketing Strategy to PhD Students. Over the years, Prof Tuli has been recognized for both his research and teaching. In 2015, a case study written by him (Jungle Beer: An Entrepreneur's Journey) was awarded the Best Case Study Award in Entrepreneurship by the EFMD. In 2016 Prof Tuli became the first faculty from an Asian business school to be conferred the prestigious Rajan Vardarajan Award from the American Marketing Association (AMA) for early career impact in Marketing Strategy. In 2017, Prof Tuli’s research on customer solutions won the AMA-Sheth Award for long impact for an article published in the Journal of Marketing.

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Shantanu Bhattacharya, PhD

Lee Kong Chian Professor of Operations Management; Deputy Dean (Programmes); Academic Director, PhD in Business (General Management)

Shantanu Bhattacharya is Professor of Operations Management at SMU. Prior to this, he was an Associate Professor of Technology and Operations Management at INSEAD from September 2002 to June 2014, and Assistant Professor of Technology and Operations Management at INSEAD from September 1998 to August 2002. His teaching and research interests are in the areas of technology management, operations management, supply chain management and new product and services development. Prof Bhattacharya is a member of INFORMS, has made several presentations on managing uncertainty in the high-technology industry, and his research has appeared in Management Science.

Prior to joining SMU and INSEAD, Prof Bhattacharya was an instructor at the University of Texas at Austin.

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Markus Karner, PhD

Academic Director, Executive Development

Dr Karner teaches interdisciplinary courses that combine complexity theory, ecology, evolution, and strategy. He uses these tools to explore the functioning and evolution of complex adaptive systems through diversity, recombination, and creativity.

Dr Karner has been teaching undergraduates and MBA candidates at Singapore Management University since 2005. He owns a Singapore based consulting company, Karner Consult Pte Ltd. His research used molecular biology tools in microbial ecology in the Mediterranean, Pacific Ocean, and Antarctica. He was awarded the U.S. National Science Foundation Medal for Services in Antarctica.

Dr Karner published his original research in the prestigious journal Nature and other peer-reviewed publications, and wrote a textbook on biological models for business. His research was funded by the National Science Foundations of Austria and the U.S.A., and by the Commission of the European Communities.

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Patrick Tan, PhD

Senior Lecturer of Strategic Management; Academic Director, ITI; Course Coordinator, ITI track

Dr Tan has more than 30 years of senior regional management experience in banks and insurance companies. He has held roles in regional and country general management, sales and business development, operations, customer services and IT. Additionally, Dr Tan is involved in starting up businesses in Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and China.

Research interests include Strategy, including application of Sun Tzu Art of War to business; Design Thinking; Business Model Innovation and Management of Asia-Pacific Businesses.

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Srinivas K. Reddy, PhD

Professor of Marketing; Director, Centre for Marketing Excellence; Academic Director, LVMH-SMU Asia Luxury Brand Research Initiative

In addition to his current university role, Professor Reddy also served as the Associate Dean of General Management overseeing the MBA and the Executive MBA programmes. Previously, he was the Executive Director and Group Head, Corporate Strategy and Leadership Development at Maytas. Prior to the stint at Maytas he was the Robert O. Arnold Professor of Business and the Director of the Coca-Cola Center for Marketing Studies, Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia.

Prof Reddy's expertise is in branding, innovation, new product development, marketing and competitive strategy involving new brands and services. Prof Reddy’s research has been published in Journal of Marketing, Journal of Marketing Research, Management Science, Social Networks, Statistical Science, Journal of International Business Studies, Marketing Letters, Journal of Retailing, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, Decision Support Systems and Journal of Business Research.

In 2006, he has been awarded the IBM’s prestigious SUR grant to study corporate innovativeness and innovation conversion. He has consulted and taught executive programs for IBM, Coca-Cola Company, United Parcel Service, Miller Brewing, Pfizer, Eli Lilly, Bristol-Myers-Squibb, Satyam Computer Services, Chase, Turner Broadcasting, Cox Interactive Media, Equitable, Ford Foundation, Price Waterhouse Coopers, MasterCard, Unilever, Sembcorp, MSIG, SingHealth, Randstad, Schneider Electric, and Infineon.

Who Is This Programme For?

The programme is designed for both tech and non-tech professionals. Representative roles and industries that can benefit include:

Industries:
IT Product & Services, Banking and Financial Services, Pharmaceuticals, Consulting and beyond

Functions:
Technological Management, General Management, Operations, and Consulting

This programme is ideal for professionals who are looking to develop new products/services, to increase revenues and profitability, conceptualise disruptive business models with a product-centric approach, manage product portfolios and corporate strategy, and identify more market opportunities for business growth.

Certificate

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Certificate

Upon successful completion of the programme, participants will be awarded a verified digital certificate by Singapore Management University.

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A professional certificate course in product management by ISB(Indian School of Business) Executive Education. The product management course by ISB(Indian School of Business) will help you with a structured approach to managing the entire product life cycle. Learn competition analysis, road mapping, prototyping, and A/B testing as important aspects of product management.

Module 8: Product Solution Design. Module 10 A: Product Positioning and Branding. Brand Equity Role of Marketing and Brand Strategy, Why Brands matter: Pricing Power. Module 10 B: Managing Distribution and Pricing. Managing Profitability, Managing Distribution Relationships Price Position Against Distributor's Private Labels Managing Trade Incentives and Discounts, Role of Brands in eCommerce Pricing Solutions, Dynamic Pricing, Product Platforms. Module 11: Managing Product Performance and Metrics. Upon successfully completing the programme with a minimum 70% score, you will be awarded a certificate in Product Management from ISB Executive Education.. Below EMI plans are available for the Programme Fee: INR 1,26,000 + GST. Other EMI tenures available (Months): Propelld: 12/18/24/30/36/42/48 Eduvanz: 12/24/36/48. This service is available only for Indian residents enrolled into select Emeritus programmes ISB or Emeritus do NOT promise or guarantee a job or progression in your current job.. The Career Services mentioned here are offered by Emeritus.

Professional certificate course in Product Management from IIM Kozhikode. Product Management course from IIM Kozhikode (IIMK) will help professionals play an intrinsic role in the organisation's product success.

Product mix and product lines Product lines Define Product Strategy Characteristics of Product Strategy Role of Product Strategy in product management Product Strategy and organisation's role Holistic approach to Product Strategy Factors influencing Product Strategy. Disruptive innovation model or theory Ansoff’s product market expansion grid Market opportunity analysis for innovative products Disruptive innovation when customer tend to maintain status quo Disruptive innovation when organisation wants to maintain status quo Growth strategy and strategic planning gaps Case Study - ideaForge - A Mechanical Charger. Process in product development Product planning Methods to identify customer needs Product features and specifications Concept generation Concept selection Concept testing Product launching Minimum Viable Product (MVP) approach Minimum Delightful Product (MDP) approach. Define pricing of product Pricing principles Product pricing strategy Behavioural pricing for product Consumer’s price-quantity latitude Reference pricing Participative pricing Price and non-price competition Brand leader’s response to competitive price cut. Basic concepts of Analytics and its Features Applied and basic product analytics Scientific methods for Analytics Role of analytics in making decision in product strategy Product Analytics vs Marketing Analytics Identify and Solving Product management Problem Using Product Analytics. Stages of product analytics process Product analytics design Overview of Exploratory, Descriptive and Causal analytics Direct exploratory methods - FGD, Depth interview Debrief of Focused Group Discussion video (YouTube) Indirect exploratory methods - Projective techniques Role of Observation Methods in Product Development and Management Case methods analysis. What is conjoint analysis and why is it a useful technique in product management Concept of attribute, Level and stimuli Conjoint study process Conjoint analysis using Excel software Calculating Importance of product features Market share calculation suing XLSTAT software. Traditional vs. Modern Product Development Process Drawbacks of traditional product development process Advantages and disadvantages of high fidelity prototyping Similarities and differences of product development process in B2C and B2B industries. How does lean product development works and when to use it Lean product development vs. agile product development Significance of agile product development in product management SCRUM and KANBAN. Stages of design thinking process in product development How is Design Thinking Applied in Product Management?. Product Roadmapping and Prioritisation Key elements in product roadmapping How to build a product roadmap?. Prioritising features in product roadmaps Importance of product roadmap in agile product management Different types of product roadmaps

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Product Management Certification Program. Take The Course To Get Yourself Ready For 20K+ Product Manager Jobs Open in India. ✔️5i Framework✔️Online - Instructor Led

The Postgraduate Certificate Program in Product Management (Product Management Certification) has the following eligibility criteria:. After completing the 6-month Postgraduate Certificate Program in Product Management, the Product Management certification is awarded by IIM Indore.. While it takes years to become a well-equipped Product Manager with relevant industry experience, pursuing a certification in Product Management courses allows you to accelerate your learning and career.. Like the IIM Indore & Jigsaw’s PG Certification in Product Management, the Product Management training takes you through a complete Product Development Life cycle and transforms you into a competent Product Leader.. Outlining the product vision, strategy, and roadmap Collecting, managing, and prioritizing consumer demands Working collaboratively with engineering, sales, marketing, and client support teams to ensure that business goals and consumer satisfaction objectives are met Ideating of the product as per consumer needs Devising positioning for the product Contributing insights into product pricing. To become a Product Expert, you can pursue Masters in Product Management or a Product Management certification course like the 10-month program by IIM Indore & acquire top Product Management skills like:. Technical knowledge Leadership & Team Management Time Management skills Budget Management skills Problem-Solving skills Research & Technical Writing skills Conflict Management skills Risk Management skills. Enrolling in a Product Management certification program like the Postgraduate Certificate Program in Product Management offered by Jigsaw in association with IIM Indore takes you through a complete Product Development Lifecycle and awards joint certification post completion of the program.. Jigsaw & IIM Indore’s Postgraduate Certificate Program in Product Management is the only Product Management training that conforms to the 5i Framework and comes with BYOP: Bring Your Own Product feature, which offers learners a hands-on learning experience by allowing them to build their own product.. Jigsaw & IIM Indore’s Postgraduate Certificate Program in Product Management is the only Product Management course that conforms to the 5i Framework and comes with BYOP: Bring Your Own Product feature, which offers learners a hands-on learning experience by allowing them to build their own product.. Pursuing any Product Management Certification program will prepare you to land a job as a Product Manager.. For instance, after successful completion of the Jigsaw & IIM Indore’s Postgraduate Certificate Program in Product Management will enable you to build your career in the Product Management domain as. Senior Product Manager Product Management Director Product Vice President

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Students will have to study and complete ALL the core modules below in order to achieve the full MSc Project Management award (180 Credits, 8 Modules).. •Project Leadership (20 Credits). •Management of Mega and Complex Projects (20 Credits). You will also be able to develop your current project management skills and experience to be able to specialise in such areas as risk management, finance and contract management or to take on more of a leadership role of your organisation's portfolio of projects and programmes.. If you are interested in using credit from another institution, or have obtained qualifications and/or experience to study for a course at Cardiff Met, you can find further information on this as well as information on how to apply on the RPL page.. Part-time fees:Charges are per Single Module unless specified:Undergraduate = 10 Credits; Postgraduate = 20 Credits. Generally we find most students will complete 60 credits per year for both Undergraduate and Postgraduate study; to obtain a true costing please clarify this by contacting the Programme Director directly.. Project Management Standards Development with PMI (Project Management Institute).. These connections with business build upon the work in developing Project Management study in Cardiff School of Management (CSM).. My work overseas both for Cardiff Met and externally informs international examples in my teaching.. I have spent 16 years in the software and computer services industries working in a range of project roles including product and project management.. I have been teaching in higher education since 1997, focusing on strategic management, leadership and project management.. I currently lead Cardiff Met's Project Management pathway on the highly successful and internationally franchised MBA programme and lead the Risk Management and 'Capstone' modules on the MSc Project Management.

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All fee amounts quoted here are based on the subsidised fees payable by students who take up the Tuition Grant (TG) scheme.. For Singapore Citizen students and Singapore Permanent Residents students paying subsidised fees, Goods and Services Tax (GST) on the tuition fee is subsidised by MOE.. For students paying non-subsidised fees, GST on the tuition fees is to be borne by students.. For students paying non-subsidised fees, GST on the tuition fees is to be borne by students.. Students who do not sign the Tuition Grant Agreement or who are not eligible for the tuition grant will have to pay non-subsidised tuition fees.. In addition to tuition fees, students are required to pay the Compulsory Miscellaneous Fees (CMF).. Compulsory Miscellaneous FeesSingapore Citizens (SC)and Singapore Permanent Residents (SPR)(Inclusive of GST)International Students(IS)(Inclusive of GST) One-Time Enrolment Fee to Student Activities & Services (Student Council)S$10.00S$10.00Compulsory Miscellaneous Fee per termS$149.50S$211.00** Insurance coverage will cease. Tuition FeesSubsidised FeeNon-Subsidised Fee (Inclusive of GST)Singapore CitizensSingapore Permanent ResidentsInternational Students Per academic yearS$16,650S$23,800S$65,056Per termS$5,950S$8,325S$11,900S$32,528

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