To formally register their child at Dover Court International School, parents must complete the DCIS Student Contract in addition to paying the Registration Fee.
The DCIS Student Contract pack includes the following information:
- DCIS Student Contract Covering Letter
- Advisory Note to Student (known as 'Form 12')
Further information on other forms and information about starting at DCIS is available for families in our 'Parent Essentials' website page.
COMMITTEE FOR PRIVATE EDUCATION
The Committee for Private Education, a statutory board that regulates the private education sector in Singapore, requires that we collect a completed and signed Student Contract for every student registered at DCIS.
The Private Education Act (September 2009), administered by the Committee for Private Education (CPE) was established in Singapore to regulate the private education sector. Under the act, schools are referred to as Private Education Institutions (PEIs). All PEIs must comply with all Private Education Act regulations. DCIS is registered as a Private Education Institute by the Committee for Private Education.
Please visit the Committee for Private Education’s website at www.cpe.gov.sg for further details on the Private Education Act and the Committee for Private Education certification scheme.
The Student Contract is a legal document that protects and assures the rights and conditions of the Student whilst enrolled at a Private Education Institution (PEI), in this case, Dover Court International School.
It is a legal requirement that all Students must enter into the Student Contract. DCIS executes a DCIS Student Contract for every Student. This contract is a critical document; therefore, it is essential that it be completely understood by the Student (Parents/Guardian where the student is younger than 18 years of age). DCIS signs a Student Contract (each contract will have a unique number) with the Student after a place has been offered to the student, and that place has been accepted by the Student (Parents/Guardian where the student is younger than 18 years of age).
STUDENT CONTRACT COMPLETION VIA DOCUSIGN
Dover Court International School has adopted a web-based service so you can sign your documents electronically. We adopted this service to make it easier for you to initially complete the CPE required Student Contract. This service is provided by our vendor, DocuSign.
For your background, we have provided some information below to help answer any questions you may have on this electronic signature process.
Features and Benefits of Electronic Signature
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- Agreement(s) can be signed electronically, saving you the hassle of printing, faxing, and mailing paper documents
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- Sign anywhere, anytime, on any device (e.g. mobile phone, tablet, laptop, PC) - only a web browser and email are needed to sign
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How does DocuSign Work at DCIS?
The Admissions and Compliance team forwards the required Student Contract and supporting documents through DocuSign to the parents of all enrolled students.
Please note: The documents will be sent to the parent registered on the DCIS Application Form and school database as Parent 1 as only one parent is required to sign the contract. Parent 1 will be able to easily access, sign and return the documents. Parent 1 will also be able to create a DocuSign cloud based account where every document they have signed and sent will be stored for their reference and use.
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our Admissions and Compliance team at email@example.com