EduTrust is a voluntary certification scheme for private education institutions (PEIs) in Singapore. The scheme is administered by the Committee for Private Education (CPE), a committee tasked by the Ministry of Education (MOE) to regulate, develop and raise quality standards in the private education sector in Singapore.
EduTrust provides a gold standard for designing inlingua’s academic programmes and managing the operations of our school. With EduTrust, you can guarantee the quality of your education and the support you receive from all aspects of our institution.
We are open from 8AM to 9PM on weekdays, 8AM to 3PM on Saturdays and are closed on Sundays and public holidays.
View a list of public holidays here.
We are located at 51 Cuppage Road #10-12, just a short distance from Somerset MRT Station.
1. Take the train to Somerset MRT station (NS23).
2. Take Exit B to Orchard Road.
3. Cross Orchard Road and turn right towards The Centrepoint Shopping Centre.
4. The 51 Cuppage Road building is right behind The Centrepoint Shopping Centre.
There are bus stops along Orchard Road within 5 minutes on foot from the school.
To the bus stop opposite Meritus Mandarin Hotel:
Bus 36, 77, 124, 128, 143, 162, 162M, 167, 171, 174, 174e, 190, 518, 518A, 587, 590, 598, 700, 700A, 731, 971E
To the bus stop at Midpoint Orchard:
Bus 7, 14, 14e, 16, 65, 106, 111, 123, 175, 502, 502A
Intensive courses are a Monday to Friday course with lessons in the morning or afternoon.
For Intensive 25, there are two daily lessons of two hours each, with one hour of self-access to our listening programme.
For Intensive 35, there are two daily lessons of two hours each, with one hour of self-access listening and two individual lessons with a private teacher lasting an hour each.
Lessons are usually scheduled between 9AM and 6PM.
Awesome! First, select a course you want to enrol in. You can easily select your preferred course by visiting the page of the language or programme you are interested in. An apply button should appear on the course card shown under the available courses.
Next, you will be prompted to confirm your course and fill out the remainder of the application form with your contact information. Make sure to check through your personal and course details before you submit.
Once we receive your application, we will contact you with some final instructions and officially enrol you if nothing else is required. You can read more about our enrolment process here.
It depends. If you enrolled in a Standard or Accelerated course, you can’t take holidays and missed lessons won’t be replaced.
If you are enrolled in an Intensive course, you may be able to apply for holidays subject to the management’s approval and in compliance with your attendance requirements for Student Pass (if applicable).
Sure. If you are enrolled in a Standard, Accelerated and Intensive course and you are not on a Student Pass/Visa, you can be excused from attending the lesson, but the lesson won’t be replaced.
If you are enrolled in an Intensive course and you are on a Student Pass/Visa, you will have to visit a doctor and obtain a medical certificate to be excused from attending the lesson. The lesson won’t be replaced. As per Immigration policies, your attendance is communicated to the authorities every two weeks and if your absence is not supported by a medical certificate, there is a risk of your attendance falling below the requirement. It’s good practice to inform the school every time you feel unwell so that we can give you support.
A new Student Pass/Visa application usually takes about 4 weeks, although it may take even longer. It’s good practice to plan your course in advance and allow sufficient time for your application to be processed.
You can read more about applying for a Student Pass/Visa here or speak to one of our advisors for more information. Get in touch with us here.
Yes. We charge a one-time registration fee of S$20 when you join the school for the first time. This is a charge to cover all administrative costs involved in the admission process.